A William Ernest Hocking Reader With Commentary (The Vanderbilt Library of American Philosophy) by William Ernest Hocking

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  • Western philosophy, from c 1900 -,
  • Philosophy,
  • Aesthetics,
  • USA,
  • History & Surveys - Modern,
  • 1873-1966,
  • Hocking, William Ernest,

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FormatPaperback
Number of Pages400
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Open LibraryOL8169800M
ISBN 100826513700
ISBN 109780826513700

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Book by William Ernest Hocking, Ch. VI: Presumptive Rights, p. 58, 0 Copy quote And indeed, no man has found his religion until he has found. A William Ernest Hocking Reader: with Commentary: John Lachs, D. Micah Hester: Books - William Ernest Hocking (AugCleveland, Ohio – J Madison, New Hampshire) was an American idealist philosopher at Harvard continued the work of his philosophical teacher Josiah Royce in revising idealism to integrate and fit into empiricism, naturalism and said that metaphysics has to make inductions from experience: "that which does not.

Discover Book Depository's huge selection of William Ernest Hocking books online. Free delivery worldwide on over 20 million titles. The principal deficiency of A William Ernest Hocking Reader is that the scholarly chapters are not edited in order to relate to Hocking's writings fea tured in the first half of the book.

A judicious use of cross-references as well as a bit of rewriting to better match commentary and the selections from Hocking would have been useful. Hocking, William Ernest () Philosopher of religion. Born in Cleveland, Ohio. Hocking received his M.A. and Ph.D. from Harvard. From until his retirement inhe was professor of philosophy at Harvard.

His work focused on analyzing human experience, especially the experience of. Hocking served as professor of philosophy at Yale () and Harvard from until his retirement in He has been described as ‘second only to John Dewey in the breadth of his thinking’ (see Lachs and Hester, eds., A William Ernest Hocking Reader).

After the death of his teacher Josiah Royce, Hocking was appointed to the extremely prestigious Alford Professorship of Natural Religion.

HOCKING, WILLIAM ERNEST. HOCKING, WILLIAM ERNEST ( – ), was an American philosopher of religion and metaphysician who also wrote on the philosophies of law, education, selfhood, and civilization. His magnum opus, The Meaning of God in Human Experience (; 14th ed., ), combined Josiah Royce's idealist concern for meaning and the Absolute with William James's.

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Author of The meaning of God in human experience, Human nature and its remaking, Morale And Its Enemies, The lasting elements of individualism, Living religions and a world faith, The coming world civilization, Types of philosophy, The self, its body and freedomWritten works: Morale And Its Enemies, Human Nature and Its Remaking, Types of philosophy.

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The rarest were moved to off-site storage. Today, most of the volumes are kept in a room in the archives of the O’Leary Library, at the University of Massachusetts Lowell. A William Ernest Hocking Reader: with Commentary Leading Harvard philosophy professor William Ernest Hocking (), author of 17 books and in his day second only to John Dewey in the breadth of his thinking, is now largely forgotten, and his Author: John Lachs.

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This old man had grown up on the estate of another philosophy professor, William Ernest Hocking, a once powerful and wealthy pillar of Harvard in the early 20th century.

The American philosopher William Ernest Hocking () related idealism and pragmatism in an Absolute Idealism grounded in human experience.

William Ernest Hocking was born in Cleveland, Ohio, in After work as a surveyor, "printer's devil, " map maker, and illustrator he entered Iowa State College of Agriculture and Mechanic Arts in Metaphysics: Josiah Royce, William Ernest Hocking, Richard Hocking, Research Professor of Philosophy Frank Oppenheim: Books - On an unplanned visit to West Wind, the New Hampshire estate of William Ernest Hocking, a once-eminent Harvard philosophy professor, Kaag happens upon a vast collection of rare and valuable books Author: Priscilla Gilman.

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