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PROGRESS, 4 ff., 12, 189, 345

215 ff., 218, 219, 248, 251, 254,
PROPRIO-CEPTIVE SENSATIONS, 292 ff.

261, 266
PSEUDO-SIMPLICITY, 65 ff., 75, 237 ff., SCHMIDT, K., 98
263, 271, 280 ff., 336

SCIENCE and philosophy, ch. ii; and
PSYCHOLOGISM, 146, 199

theory, 25 ff.; definition of, 25 ff.;
PSYCHOLOGY, 273, 302, 308, 351 and religion, 30 ff., 35, 85 ff.; lim-

its of, ch. v; fallibility of, 91 ff.;

scope and method of, ch. iii;
RASHDALL, H., 286

prestige of, 46 ff.; and common
RATIONALISM, 114 ff.

sense, 48 ff.; and naturalism, 45 ff.
REALISM, definition of, 39; the new, SECONDARY QUALITIES, 324

306 ff., 313; and theoretical phi- SELF, 156, 261, 281 ff. (See also
losophy, 40, 329 ff., 345, argu- under MIND.)
ments for, 315 ff.; and idealism, SENSATION, 319, 351
142, 163, 272; and pragmatism, SENSATIONALISM, 76 ff.
213 ff., 240, 272; theory of mind SOLIPSISM, 317
of, ch. xii; as a polemic, 271; and SPACE, reality of, 100 ff., 105, 257;
naturalism, 39, 272; philosophy of infinity of, 103 ff.

life of, ch. xiv; and religion, 344 ff. SPECULATIVE DOGMA, the, 64 ff.,
REID, T., 307, 316

165, 271
RELATION, 101 ff., 157, 234, 308, SPENCER, H., 37, 70 ff., 350

353, 365; external, 244 ff., 319 ff., SPINOZA, 33, 116 ff., 168, 172 ff.
353, 374

SPIRIT, 153. (See also under MIND.)
RELATIVISM, 78, 132, 138, 335 STEPHEN, L., 6, 7
RELIGION and philosophy, ch. ii, SUBJECTIVISM, 132, 317, 327; ideal-

and belief, 28 ff., 264 ff., 345 ff., istic escape from, 162 ff., 318; and
367 ff.; definition of, 28, 369; jus- pragmatism, 217 ff.; and imme-
tification of, 340, 344 ff.; and

diatism, 239
science, 30 ff., 35, 85 ff., and SUBJECTIVITY, 323 ff.
idealism, 38, 107; and absolutism, SUBSTANCE, 66, 72 ff., 75, 125, 168,
ch. viii; and pragmatism, 246 ff., 308
264 ff., 369 ff.; and pluralism, SUPERNATURALISM, 88 ff.

246 ff., 373; and realism, 344 ff. SYNTHETIC UNITY, 139 ff., 150,
REPRESENTATION, 201, 311 ff., 357.

156 ff., 317
(See also under IDEAS.)
REY, A., 35
RICKERT, H., 161, 163, 314

TAYLOR, A. E., 101, 102
RIGHTNESS, 217, 327, 333 ff.

TELEOLOGY, 115, 172, 341 ff.
RITSCHLIANISM, 340

THEORY and belief, ch. i, 264 ff.,
ROMANTICISM, 37 ff., 152 ff., 330 329 ff.; definition of, 8 ff., 206 fi.,
ROYCE, J., 161, 175, 184 ff., 191 212, 361 ff.; and science, 25 ff.
RUSSELL, B., 51, 315, 318, 325,

THING IN ITSELF, 311
331 ff., 345 ff.

THOUGHT, 160, 297, 317. (See also
under KNOWLEDGE,

MIND,

IDEAS.)
SATISFACTION, 217

TIME, reality of, 100 ff., 105, 230,
SCEPTICISM, 136 ff.

235, 250 ff., 255 ff.; infinity of,
SHERRINGTON, C. S., 292
SCHILLER, F. C. S., 90, 98, 210, 211,

TRANSCENDENCE, 311 ff., 314

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103 ff.

TRUTH, 184, 202 ff., 265 ff., 323 ff.,

360 ff.

VALUE, 180, 331 ff., absoluteness of;

335 ff.; realization of, 339 ff.; as

cause, 341 ff.
VERBAL SUGGESTION, 75, 170, 181,

271
VERIFICATION, 205 ff., 365 ff., 362,

370

VOLUNTARISM, 198, 222.

under IDEALISM.)

(See also

WARD, J., 91 ff., 94 ff.
WASHBURN, M. F., 286, 302, 303
WENLEY, R. M., 90, 191
WESTERMARCK, 336
WILL, 178 ff.
WOODBRIDGE, F. J. E., 277, 278
WORDS, function of, 290

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