James Ward

[Revised entry by Pierfrancesco Basile on September 2, 2017. Changes to: Bibliography] British idealism was the dominant philosophical movement in the closing decades of the nineteenth century.
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[Revised entry by Pierfrancesco Basile on September 2, 2017. Changes to: Bibliography] British idealism was the dominant philosophical movement in the closing decades of the nineteenth century. Its best-known representatives - philosophers of the like of Thomas Hill Green and Francis Herbert Bradley - held a version of Absolute idealism, the theory that reality is a single unified consciousness or cosmic experience. The doctrine has its roots in the philosophies of Spinoza, Kant and Hegel, but the British idealists elaborated it in independent,...

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