(1) The Concept of Nature: Tarner Lectures delivered in Trinity College, November, 1919 (2) Lectures on Modern Idealism View Full Text


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DATE

1920-08

AUTHORS

H. WILDON CARR

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IT may seem that in bringing together two such widely divergent views and methods as those represented by the present professor of pure mathematics in the Imperial College of Science and Technology, and by the late genial and kindly Harvard professor and leader of modern idealism, the problem with which each of these courses of lectures deals is in danger of being prejudged. Prof. Whitehead's method is severely practical, that of Royce speculative and theoretical. It is, however, in contrasts that the profounder meaning of antithetical theories is revealed. These two courses of lectures—very similar in form and in aim—separated in time by an interval of thirteen years, both deal with the same subject, the concept of Nature, and both are conscious, despite a fundamental divergence, of an identical problem. More... »

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102-103

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Nature

ISSUE

2656

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106

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http://dx.doi.org/10.1038/106102a0

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