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Description: Josiah Royce (1855-1916) was the leading American proponent of absolute idealism, the metaphysical view (also maintained by G. W. F. Hegel and F. H. Bradley) that all aspects of reality, including those we experience as disconnected or contradictory, are ultimately unified in the thought of a single all-encompassing consciousness. Royce also made original contributions in ethics, philosophy of community, philosophy of religion, and logic. This database includes the following works: The Spirit of Modern Philosophy, 1892; The Conception of God, 1897; Studies of Good and Evil: A Series of Essays upon Problems of Life and Philosophy, 1898; The World and the Individual, 1900; Herbert Spencer: An Estimate and a Review, 1904; The Philosophy of Loyalty, 1908;William James and other Essays on the Philosophy of Life, 1911; The Sources of Religious Insight, 1912; "The Principles of Logic", from The Encyclopedia of the Social Sciences, vol. 1, 1913, pp. 67-135; The Problem of Christianity, 1914; The Hope of the Great Community, 1916; and Lectures on Modern Idealism, 1919.

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