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DATE

1964

AUTHORS

James K. Feibleman , Harold N. Lee , Donald S. Lee , Shannon Du Bose , Edward G. Ballard , Robert C. Whittemore , Andrew J. Reck

ABSTRACT

Brand Blanshard, emeritus Sterling professor of philosophy at Yale University, is the leading rationalist on the contemporary Anglo-American scene. A graduate of the University of Michigan, when De Witt Parker and Roy Wood Sellars represented idealism and realism effectively, Blanshard studied at Oxford as a Rhodes scholar from 1913–1915 and again from 1919–1920. Under the tutelage of H. H. Joachim, Blanshard was immersed in British neo-Hegelian idealism, an immersion which was to guide and color his philosophical career for the rest of his life. At Columbia University in 1919 he earned the Master of Arts degree, with John Dewey as his major professor. At Harvard in 1921 he was awarded the doctorate in philosophy, with C. I. Lewis his dissertation director. After teaching at Michigan for four years and at Swarthmore for twenty, Blanshard was called to Yale University in 1945 to head the department of philosophy, a department which he has described as “a stronghold of metaphysics.” This wide and deep experience with the main currents of Anglo-American philosophy during the twentieth century has ably prepared Blanshard for the prominent role he has performed in imparting to rational idealism the most persuasive and effective formulation it has ever received. More... »

PAGES

111-147

Book

TITLE

Studies in Philosophical Psychology

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978-90-247-0287-9
978-94-011-8104-4

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http://dx.doi.org/10.1007/978-94-011-8104-4_7

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