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Studies in Philosophy

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ISBN 9780674184954

Publication Date: 01/01/1952

333 pages

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The author restates the main argument of idealism as he defends his philosophy against such neo-realists and naturalists as Bertrand Russell. The main emphasis is on the fields of epistemology and metaphysical logic. The international reputation of the late Professor R. F. A. Hoernlé makes his discussion of such topics as Theory of Knowledge, Truth and Error, Philosophy and Language of real value to all persons studying or otherwise interested in philosophy.

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