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The Relevance of Royce$
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Kelly A. Parker and Jason Bell

Print publication date: 2014

Print ISBN-13: 9780823255283

Published to Fordham Scholarship Online: September 2014

DOI: 10.5422/fordham/9780823255283.001.0001

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Goodbye, Idealist Consensus; Hello, New Realism!

Goodbye, Idealist Consensus; Hello, New Realism!

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(p.34) Three Goodbye, Idealist Consensus; Hello, New Realism!
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The Relevance of Royce
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Dwayne Tunstall

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Fordham University Press
DOI:10.5422/fordham/9780823255283.003.0004

In this chapter, Dwayne Tunstall contends that the idealist consensus in philosophy, as represented by Josiah Royce, that existed at the dawn of the twentieth century in the United States was never adequately refuted by the New Realists. Rather, the New Realists seemed to have persuaded enough professional philosophers that realism was a more fruitful approach for conducting philosophical inquiries than post-Kantian idealism. Accordingly, Tunstall characterizes the Royce–New Realist debate not as an overthrowing of an obsolescent philosophical view with a better one, but as a series of profound disagreements over the nature and purpose of philosophy.

Keywords:   Josiah Royce, new realism, idealism, metaphysics, American philosophy

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