Responses to Royce’s Writings

 

1916 – G. H. Howison – Josiah Royce: The Significance of His Work in Philosophy

Responses to Royce’s Writings on the State of California

1886 – William A. Dunning – Review of California: A Study of American Character

1886 – J. A. Boyle – Review of American Commonwealths: California

1886 – Unsigned – Review of American Commonwealths: California

Responses to Royce’s Idealism, Monism, and Conception of God

1895 – Review of The Conception of God by J. G. S.

1897 – Responses tp Royce’s “The Conception of God”  by Joseph LeConte, G. H. Howison, and Sidney Edward Mezes

1898 – G. H. Howison – The Real Issue in “The Conception of God”

1899 – Isaac Winslow – A Defense of Realism

1899 – J. D. Logan – The Absolute as Ethical Postulate

1900 – S. S. Colvin – The Fallacy of Extreme Idealism

1901 – Horatio Dresser – Notice of Concept of Immortality

1903 – A. K. Rodgers – Professor Royce and Monism

1908 – John Wright Buckham – Monism, Pluralism, and Personalism

1916 – John Dewey – Voluntarism in Roycean Philosophy

1916 – Charles Bakewell – Novum Itinerarium Mentis in Deum

1916 – Mary Calkins – The Foundation in Royce’s Philosophy for Christian Theism

1916 – George Adams – The Interpretation of Religion in Royce and Durkheim

1916 – Morris R Cohen – Neo-Realism and the Philosophy of Royce

Responses to Royce on Psychology

1896 – John E. Russell – Two Critical Points

1907 – Warner Fite – The Exaggeration of the Social

Responses to Royce on Pragmatism

1904 – H. Heath Bawden – What is Pragmatism?

Responses to Royce on Logic

1906 – Theodore De Laguna – On Royce’s The Relation of the Principles of Logic to the Foundations of Geometry

1916 – E G Spaulding – Realistic Aspects of Royce’s Logic

1916 – C I Lewis – Types of-Order and the System Σ

1916 – Papers in Honor of Josiah Royce on his Sixtieth Birthday