Excerpt from The Development of Modern Philosophy, Vol. 1 of 2: With Other Lectures and Essays
The history of the Development of Modern Philosophy, which forms the first volume, consists of two courses of lec tures, - the one a general Sketch of the history of modern philosop... hy, given in the session 1897-98; the other a course on the philosophy of Kant, given' in the session 1898-99. With a few transferences and omissions, rendered necessary by the overlapping of the two courses, the former is to be found in the first, second, and fourth parts into which the volume is divided, the latter in its third and fifth parts. The Principles of Psychology, contained in the second volume, consists of two shorter courses of lectures given in the same years: that on the Psychology of Thinking in 1897-98, that on the General Analysis of Mind in 1898-99.
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