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Problems of science and philosophy : the papers read at the joint session of the Aristotelian Society, the British Psychological Society, and the Mind Association, held at Bedford college, London, July 11th-14th, 1919.

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London : Williams and Norgate, 1919.

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220 pages ; 22 cm.

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Includes bibliographic footnotes


I. On propositions: what they are and how they mean, by Bertrand Russell.--II. Symposium: Time, space and material, are they, and if so in what sense, the ultimate data of science? 1. By A.N. Whitehead. 2. By Sir Oliver Lodge. 3. By J. W. Nicholson. 4 By Henry Head. 5. By Mrs. Adrian Stephen (Karin Costelloe) 6. By H. Wildon Carr.--III. Symposium: Can individual minds be included in the mind of God? 1. By Hastings Rashdall. 2. By J. H. Muirhead. 3. By F. C. S. Schiller. 4. By C. F. D'Arcy.--IV. Symposium: Is there 'knowledge by acquaintance'? 1. By G. Dawes Hicks. 2. By G. E. Moore. 3. Beatrice Edgell. 4. By C. D. Broad


Copy 1 Supplier/Donor: Polytechnic of East London Note: Formerly in the Charles Myers Library at the N.I.I.P


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