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A History of Philosophy in America1720-2000$
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Bruce Kuklick

Print publication date: 2003

Print ISBN-13: 9780199260164

Published to Oxford Scholarship Online: November 2003

DOI: 10.1093/0199260168.001.0001

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The Consensus on Idealism, 1870–1900

The Consensus on Idealism, 1870–1900

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(p.111) 7 The Consensus on Idealism, 1870–1900
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A History of Philosophy in America
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Bruce Kuklick (Contributor Webpage)

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Oxford University Press
DOI:10.1093/0199260168.003.0007

In the new university system of the late nineteenth century, there was a consensus on idealism as the most effective response to the challenge of Charles Darwin. Nine older thinkers typified philosophy in the young American university: Borden Parker Bowne; J.E. Creighton, G.S. Fullerton, George Holmes Howison, George Ladd, G. S. Morris, Elisha Mulford, James Seth, and Jacob Gould Sherman. Two younger scholars, Josiah Royce and John Dewey, trained in the leading doctoral programme in the US at Johns Hopkins absorbed these conventional ideas.

Keywords:   Borden Parker Bowne, J.E. Creighton, Charles Darwin, John Dewey, G.S. Fullerton, Johns Hopkins, George Holmes Howison, idealism, George Ladd, G. S. Morris, Elisha Mulford, Josiah Royce, James Seth, Jacob Gould Sherman

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