Issues, 1930–36

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Ledger Wood
The Principles of Philosophical Criticism

John Wright Buckham
Duality and Dialectic

Karl Britton
On Public Objects and Private Objects

H.B. Loughnan
Emergence and the Self

Leo Abraham
What is the Theory of Meaning About?

Benjamin Ginzburg
Mechanism and the Methodology of Science

Oliver L. Reiser
Modern Science and Non-Aristotelian Logic

John F. Butler, On Definition

D. M. Datta, The Windowless Monads

H. S. Fries, The Functions of Whitehead’s God

Charles M. Perry, William Torrey Harris and the St. Louis Movement in Philosophy

Edward L. Schaub, Harris and the Journal of Speculative Philosophy

Harvey Gates Townsend, The Political Philosophy of Hegel in a Frontier Society

Kurt F. Leidecker, Harris and Indian Philosophy

Jared S. Moore, Alpha and Omega: The Drama of Reality

Bruce W. Brotherston, The Empirical Spirit

Gustav E. Mueller, Plato’s Dialectical Idealism

Edward L. Schaub, Maimonides: His Background and His Rôle in History

Henry Alonzo Myers, Systematic Pluralism in Spinoza and Hegel

Street Fulton, Husserl’s Significance for the Theory of Truth

Karl Britton, Language, Public and Private

George Todd Kalif, The Antecendent Identity of Natural Objects

W. V. Metcalf, The Reality of Cause in the Physical Universe

Oliver L. Reiser, Non-Aristotelian Logics

Saunders MacLane, A Logical Analysis of Mathematical Structure

George Gentry, Broad’s Sensum Theory and the Problem of the Sensible Substratum

Charles Hartshorne, The Intelligibility of Sensations

Donald C. Williams, The Argument for Realism

Homer H. Dubs, The Logic of Morris R. Cohen

Roy H. Dotterer, The Operational Test of Meaninglessness

Rudolf Kagey, Reality and the ‘Rear’ in Bradley

Lucius Garvin, Are Particulars Constituents of Propositions?

M. Whitcomb Hess, The Universal-Particular Situation in Sculpture and Poetry

G. H. Langley, Objectivity and Change in Moral Values

Rufus Suter, The Problem of Evil in the Philosophy of Jonathan Edwards

Thomas R. Kelly, Meyerson and the Epistemological Paradox

Jared S. Moore, A Reconsideration of the Hegelian Forms

J. E. Turner, The Essentials of Hegel’s Spiritual Monism

Donald C. Williams, The Inductive Argument for Subjectivism

T. A. Goudge, Some Realist Theories of Illusion

A. C. Ewing, Can We Act Against Our Strongest Desire ?

Y. L. Chin, Note on Alternative Systems of Logic

A. Ushenko, A Modification of the Theory of Types

Karl Schmidt, The Existential Status of Facts and Laws in Physics

Donald C. Williams, The A Priori Argument for Subjectivism

Everett W. Hall, Focalized Identity

D. M. Datta, The Objective Idealism of Berkeley

Seba Eldridge, Specialization and Integration in Intellectual Inquiry

Bruce W. Brotherston, The Primitive Mental Attitude and the Objective Method in the Study of Mind

Everett J. Nelson, On Three Logical Principles in Intension

A. Ushenko, The Problem of General Propositions

A. Ushenko, Note on Alternative Systems of Logic

C. I. Lewis, Reply to Mr. Ushenko

Edward L. Schaub, Spinoza: His Personality and His Doctrine of Perfection

T. V. Smith, Spinoza’s Political and Moral Philosophy

Charles Hartshorne, Four Principles of Method-With Applications

George P. Conger, Epitomization and Epistemology

Everett W. Hall, Numerical and Qualitative Identity

Walter S. Gamertsfelder, Current Skepticism of Metaphysics

Leo Abraham, Implication, Modality and Intension in Symbolic Logic

Alternative Systems of Logic

Robert P. Richardson, Preludes to Philosophy

Hiralal Haldar, Space and Time in Hegel’s Philosophy

Everett W. Hall, Continuity and Identity

Virgil C. Aldrich, Symbolization and Similarity

Albert E. Blumberg, Demonstration and Inference in the Sciences and Philosophy

Maurice Baum, The Attitude of William James Tovvard Science

Cecil DeBoer, On the Nature of State Action in Punishment

A. Ushenko, Beauty in Art

A. Ushenko, Note on Ambiguity

Charles W. Morris, Truth, Action and Verification

Chester Townsend Ruddick, On the Contingency of Natural Law

Paul Gastwirth, The Hypothesis of Reducibility

E. Y. Melekian, Nietzsche and the Problem of Democracy

Edward L. Schaub, Goethe and Philosophy

Henry Margenau, Probability and Causality in Quantum Physics

Peter A. Carmichael, Logic and Scientific Law

Foster P. Boswell, Explanation, Science and Forms

A. Ushenko, Fact and Event

W. C. George, The Unit of Life

Everett J. Nelson, The Square of Opposition

Henry Bradford Smith, On the Construction of a Logic in which Conclusion has the Meaning of the Species-Genus Relation

Henry Bradford Smith, On the Relation of the Aristotelean Algebra to that of Boole-Schroeder

Henry Bradford Smith, On the Derivation of Aristotelean Algebra from the Properties of a Hamiltonian Set

Rasvihary Das, Our Knowledge of Physical Objects: A Consideration of Professor G. F. Stout’s Views

Homer H. Dubs, The Theory of Value

Bruce W. Brotherston, Moral Inwardness

C. J. Ducasse, Some Questions in Aesthetics

Albert E. Blumberg, Émile Meyerson’s Critique of Positivism

D. W. Gotshalk, Some Problems of Evolution

James Wilkinson Miller, Negative Terms in Traditional Logic: Distribution, Immediate Inference and Syllogism

PauI Weiss, The Metaphysics and Logic of Classes

V.F. Lenzen
World Geometry

Oliver L. Reiser
Relativity and Reality

E.T. Mitchell
On the Nature and Analysis of Causality

R. Lloyd Beck
John Cook Wilson’s Doctrine of the Universal

Donald Cary Williams
The Nature of Universals and of Abstractions

Harold N. Lee
The Meaning of the Notation of
Mathematics and Logic

Otto Neurath
Physicalism: The Philosophy
of the Viennese Circle

D.W. Gotshalk
Art and Beauty

A.P. Ushenko
Ambiguity in Functions and Propositions

A.D. Ritchie

G.H. Langley
Knowledge of God

John Laird
The Justification of Punishment

A.C. Ewing

Charles A. Baylis
Implication and Subsumption

A. Ushenko
On the Validity of the
Principle of Identity

Orlando O. Norris
Some Postulates for an
Instrumental Philosophy

Gabriele Rabel
Kant as a Teacher of Biology

J.L. Stocks
The Golden Mean

Louis Arnaud Reid
Value and Aesthetic Experience

R.F. Alfred Hoernlé
The “Reality” of the Imaginary

Edward O. Sisson
A Preface to Logic

F. Creedy
Logic as the Cross-Classification and
Selection of Arbitrary Elements

Peter A. Carmichael

D.W. Gotshalk
Change Is Substance:
A Reply to Dr. Carmichael

Peter A. Carmichael
Reply to Mr. Gotshalk

Henry Margenau
Causality and Modern Physics

Kurt E. Rosinger
A Realistic Study of the
Foundations of Aesthetics

Gustav Mueller
Value and Evaluation of Beauty

M.E. Spencer
Spinoza and Nietzsche?A Comparison

Everett W. Hall
Bernard Bosanquet on the
Physical and the Logical Idea

Edward O. Sisson
A Preface to Logic

John B. Kent
Dr. Hasan’s Direct Realism

H.H. Price, The Descriptive Theory of Science

Oliver L. Reiser, Mathematics and Emergent Evolution

L. J. LaFleur, Mathematical Antinomies

Gregory VIastos, The Problem of Incompatibility in the Philosophy of Organism

N. V. Banerjee, The Problems and Postulates of Epistemology

B. M. Laing, Contradiction, Logic, anel Reality

M. R. Annand, An Examination of Hume’s Theory of Relations

Everett W. Hall, F. H. Bradley on Idea as Image and Meaning

J. H. Woodger, Mr. Russell’s Theory of Perception

F.S.C. Northrop, The Unitary Field Theory of Einstein and its Bearing on the Macroscopic Atomic Theory

Joseph Needham, Philosophy and Embryology: Prolegomena to a Quantitative Science of Development

D. W. Gotshalk, The Nature of Change

CharIes M. Perry, Back to Dialectic

A. Uchenko, Infinity and Indefiniteness

Edward L. Schaub, Francis Bacon and the Modern Spirit

F. C. S. Schiller, Psychology and Psychical Research

John Marshall, Logic and Language

P. Dienes, A New Treatment of the Theory of Inference

C. Lloyd Morgan, The Bifurcation of Nature

C. Judson Herrick, The Order of Nature

Joseph Needham, PhiIosophy and Embryology: Prolegomena to a Quantitative Science of Development

C. M. Sparrow, Determinism and Modern Physics

D. W. Gotshalk, Causality as an Ontological Relation

L. P. Chambers, Does Consciousness Exist?

Edward L. Schaub, Neo-Ptolemaism in Religion

Paul Arthur Schilpp, The Subjectivism of the Neo-Pragmatic Theory of Knowledge

Charles W. Morris, A Reply to Professor Schilpp

J.E. Turner, Relativity Without Paradox

Herman Noack, Recent Interpretations of Religion in German-Speaking Countries

H. R. MacCallum, Emotion and Pattern in Aesthetic Experience

Helen Knight, Aesthetic Experience in Pictorial Art

William Gruen, Science and Tragedy

Homer H. Dubs, The Nature of Rigorous Demonstration

F. P. Hoskyn, The Relation of Malebranche and Leibniz on Questions in Cartesian Physics

Albert G. A. Balz, Where Ignorance is Bliss

Helen M. Smith, Sensations and the Constancy Hypothesis