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Evolution
(Part 34)




II. EVOLUTION IN PHILOSOPHY (cont.)

Principal works used in the historical sketch:--

F. Ueberweg History of Philosophy ; J. E. Erdmann, Grundriss der Geschichte der Philosophie ; G. H. Lewes, History of Philosophy ; C.A. Brandis, Handbuch der Geschichte der griechisch-römischen Philosophie ; E. Zeller, Die Philosophie der Greichen ; G. Grote, Plato and Aristotle, W. Kaulich, Geschichte der scholastischen Philosophie ; A. Stöckl, Geschichte der Philosophie des Mittelalters ; Kuno Fischer, Geschichte der neuern Philosophie ; J. P. Damiron, Memoirs pour servir à l’Histoire de la Philosophie au 18e Siècle ; E. Zeller, Geschichte deutschen Philosophie. (J. S.)

FOOTNOTE. (p.772)

1. For a discussion of the relations of this doctrine to realism, see the essay already referred to in Mr Sully’s volume Sensation and Intuition.



The section "Evolution in Philosophy" in the article "Evolution" was written by James Sully, M.A., LL.D.; Grote Professor of Philosophy of Mind and Logic, University College, London, from 1892; author of Sensation and Intuition, Outlines of Psychology, etc.






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