The Problems of Philosophy

Table of Contents


Chapter I. Appearance and Reality

Chapter II. The Existence of Matter

Chapter III. The Nature of Matter

Chapter IV. Idealism

Chapter V. Knowledge by Acquaintance and Knowledge by Description

Chapter VI. On Indcution

Chapter VII. On Our Knowledge of General Principles

Chapter VIII. How <i>A Priori</i> Knowledge is Possible

Chapter IX. The World of Universals

Chapter X. On Our Knowledge of Universals

Chapter XI. On Intuitive Knowledge

Chapter XII. Truth and Falsehood

Chapter XIII. Knowledge, Error, and Probable Opinion

Chapter XIV. The Limits of Philosophical Knowledge

Chapter XV. The Value of Philosophy

Bibliographical Note

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