Essays on truth and reality / by F. H. Bradley Bradley, F. H. (Francis Herbert), 1846-1924

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Bradley, F. H. (Francis Herbert), 1846-1924
Truth; Reality; Pragmatism.
  • Introductory
  • Faith
  • On floating ideas and the imaginary
  • On truth and practice
  • On truth and copying. Appendix: I. On the ambiguity of pragmatism. II. On Professor James's 'Meaning of truth'. III. On Professor James's 'Radical empiricism'
  • On our knowledge of immediate experience. Appendix: Consciousness and experience. Supplementary note
  • On truth and coherence
  • Coherence and contradiction
  • On appearance, error, and contradiction
  • A discussion of some problems in connexion with Mr. Russel's doctrine
  • On some aspects of truth
  • Some remarks on memory and inference
  • On memory and judgment
  • What is the real Julius Caesar
  • On God and the absolute. Supplementary note: A. On the reality and personality of God. B. On our fear of death and desire for immortality
  • On my real world
  • Concluding remarks
  • Index.
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