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DATE

1915-11

AUTHORS

E. H. STRANGE

ABSTRACT

(1) OF the twelve papers and symposia collected in the Proceedings of the Aristotelian Society for the last session, four are direct criticisms of positions taken up by Mr. Bertrand Russell. In the inaugural address on “ Science and Philosophy,” Dr. Bosanquet criticises the view, maintained in Mr. Russell's recent Lowell Lectures, that philosophy, as the science which aims at stating all that can be known A priori about all possible worlds, should be ethically neutral, and that it is just because philosophy in the past has been biased by the desire for agreeable conclusions that philosophy has not made the same progress as the physical sciences. Dr. Bosanquet holds that this view implies an antecedent limitation of philosophy, and involves “the confusion that because the interest of philosophy is purely theoretical, therefore its subject-matter is itself theory and its objects. More... »

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310

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Nature

ISSUE

2403

VOLUME

96

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http://dx.doi.org/10.1038/096310a0

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