2 edition of Platonism in the Midwest. found in the catalog.
Platonism in the Midwest.
Paul Russell Anderson
by Temple University Publications; Columbia U.P
Written in English
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|Number of Pages||216|
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Philadelphia, Temple University Publications; distributed by Columbia University Press, New York, (OCoLC) Named Person: Hiram K Jones; Thomas Moore Johnson; Thomas Moore Johnson; Thomas Moore Johnson: Document Type: Book: All Authors / Contributors: Paul Russell Anderson. Platonism in Metaphysics First published Wed ; substantive revision Wed Mar 9, Platonism is the view that there exist such things as abstract objects — where an abstract object is an object that does not exist in space or time and which is therefore entirely non-physical and non-mental.
In his new book, Osceola: “the Sage of the Osage,” Osceola was at one time the center of Platonism in the Midwest. Johnson was an acquaintance of the New England transcendentalists and collector of learned tomes, leaving a renowned library (known locally as the “book house”) of esoteric and wide-ranging works of philosophy and.
PLATONISM. A term with a variety of meanings in the history of philosophy. In its original imposition, it refers to the doctrines of plato himself, and by extension includes the teachings of others who developed characteristic Platonic themes such as (1) the teaching on forms or ideas, with its accompanying absolute realism, emphasis on mathematical intelligibility, and mistrust.
Fictionalism about a region of discourse can provisionally be characterized as the view that claims made within that discourse are not best seen as aiming at literal truth but are better regarded as a sort of ‘fiction’.
As we will see, this first characterization of fictionalism is in several ways rough. But it is a useful point of departure. The Platonist was a newsprint magazine published in the Midwest in late 19th century America.
I turned the thin fragile pages revealing many rare translations by the great rogue scholar Thomas Taylor, a scattering of occult classics, and an announcement about plans for a colony where devoted philosophers could study the religions of the world.
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Midwest Book Review I am sure that students of Buddhism will use Gold's extraordinary book for a long time to : Columbia University Press. Alexander Wilder, Blavatsky, and the Sunset of American Platonism. The following is an edited excerpt from the just released book Emerson who befriended and visited these Platonists of the Midwest thought of them as the.
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