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1935-08

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IN recognition of the Royal Silver Jubilee, movements in British philosophy during the past twenty-five years have recently been reviewed in the Philosopher (13, No. 3, July 1935). In 1910, Bortrand Russell and A. N. Whitehestd crystallised the logistic tradition and created the analytic method. The neo-roalist creed has boen developed by Russell, and the great principle of emergence has taken an important place in modern philosophy, chiefly through the work of C. Lloyd Morgan, These and other systems are, however, opposed by tho concept of idealism, the greatest British supporter of which is F. H. Bradley. This reaction against materialism has received much support from British thinkers. Bradley supports absolute idealism, which is closely related to the philosophy of the Hegolians such as Sir James Baillie, Viscount Haldane, etc. Idealism has also found great favour among leading men of science like Sir Arthur Eddington and Sir James Jeans. The antagonism between spiritualism and materialism is exemplified in the controversies concerning animate Naturevitalism and mechanism. L. T. Hogben supports the latter, but opposed to his views are those of Sir J. Arthur Thomson and J. S. Haldane, who claim tho independence of biology from physics, Tho past twenty-five years has witnessed a welcomo approach of philosophy, religion and the positive sciences. More... »

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332

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Nature

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3435

VOLUME

136

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