The philosophy of Josiah Royce, professor of the History of philosophy at Harvard, as set forth in his World and the individual

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Title: The philosophy of Josiah Royce, professor of the History of philosophy at Harvard, as set forth in his World and the individual
Author: Horton, Henry P. (Henry Pomeroy), b. 1869
Date: 1905
Publisher: University of Missouri
Abstract: My first purpose when I undertook the subject of Professor Royce's philosophy was to make a thorough comparative study of his various works. The difficult character of his conceptions and the somewhat formidable volume of his writings made this a greater labor than I could at this time undertake. Moreover, it was less necessary than I had at first supposed. In the "World and the Individual" are to be found his conclusions, matured and systematized. His own account of the relations of his various works is to be found in the prefaces of the two volumes of the book under discussion.
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