Science, community, and the transformation of American philosophy, 1860-1930 /

A study of American philosophy at the turn of the century. Traces the formation of philosophy as an academic discipline, focusing on two key developments of the period: the philosophers' response to the challenge of science and their effort to create communal theories of truth.

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Main Author: Wilson, Daniel J., 1949-
Format: Book
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Call Number: B895.W551990
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