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This five-volume set provides the major philosophical writings of philosopher Samuel Alexander (1859-1938). Alexander was one of the most distinguished and interesting philosophers of the turn of the century, and among the few modern thinkers to develop a comprehensive metaphysical system. A pioneer in modernizing the discipline by recognizing the philosophical significance of contemporary developments in biology, pyschology and evolutionary practice theory, much of his work is concerned with relating philosophy to discoveries in experimental science. He also wrote in later life on aesthetics and literature. A friend of some of the such philosophers as F.H. Bradley, Bernard Bosanquet, C. Lloyd Morgan, Leslie Stephen and G.F. Stout, Alexander nonetheless developed a bold and innovative narrative of his own.
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