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Subconscious Religion

by Russell H. Conwell

Russell H. Conwell was an influential Baptist thinker and theologian whose famed lecture "Acres of Diamonds" gained worldwide acclaim in the late nineteenth and early twentieth centuries. The funds the speech...


The Philosophy of the Moral Feelings

by John Abercrombie

John Abercrombie was a Scottish medical doctor who dedicated his spare time to dabbling in philosophy. Over the course of his career, he produced a number of well-regarded volumes on philosophy. In The Philosophy...


New Worlds for Old: A Plain Account of Modern Socialism

by H. G. Wells

Though he is today best remembered as an important early innovator in the field of science fiction who created such works as The War of the Worlds and The Time Machine, H. G. Wells was also an important political...


Natural Philosophy

by Wilhelm Ostwald & Thomas Seltzer

Along with several collaborators, Russian-born chemist Wilhelm Ostwald is regarded as one of the key figures in developing the field now known as physical chemistry. In 1909, he was awarded the Nobel Prize for...


Sermons: Selected from the Papers of the Late REV

by Clement Bailhache & J. P. Barnett

British-born Baptist minister Clement Bailhache was a prolific thinker, writer, and theologian whose sermons touched on a broad range of topics, both timely and timeless. This collection brings together a wide-ranging...


Winds of Doctrine: Studies in Contemporary Opinion

by George Santayana

Spanish-born philosopher George Santayana made a number of significant contributions to his academic discipline, but his popularity stretched beyond the ivory tower when he began to publish his essays and observations...


Our Knowledge of the External World as a Field for Scientific Method in Philosophy

by Bertrand Russell

British philosopher Bertrand Russell made a number of significant contributions to the field, including helping to found the area of inquiry known as analytical philosophy and advancing the practice of logic....


The Practice and Theory of Bolshevism

by Bertrand Russell

Though chiefly recognized as a towering figure in twentieth-century philosophy, Bertrand Russell also focused his attention on matters related to politics, culture, and society. The Practice and Theory of Bolshevism...


The Misuse of Mind: A Study of Bergson's Attack on Intellectualism

by Karin Stephen

French philosopher Henri-Louis Bergson attained a massive following in the early twentieth century, based largely on the popular appeal of his stance that intuition should be prized over reason. In this thoughtful...


The Problems of Philosophy

by Bertrand Russell

Regarded as one of the most significant thinkers of the twentieth century, Bertrand Russell was a British philosopher who helped establish the discipline of analytic philosophy. In the enormously ambitious volume...


Political Ideals

by Bertrand Russell

A major contributor to twentieth-century philosophy, British-born thinker Bertrand Russell is credited as one of the key figures in the founding of the field of analytic philosophy. Throughout his life, he flirted...


Proposed Roads to Freedom

by Bertrand Russell

Prodigiously talented and prolific British philosopher Bertrand Russell is credited with many important contributions to the discipline, including playing a key role in the development of analytic philosophy....


Bergson and His Philosophy

by John Alexander Gunn

French philosopher Henri Bergson was one of the most significant thinkers of the twentieth century. He is best remembered for making the argument that intuitive feelings often hold more weight than rational...


The Meaning of the War: Life & Matter in Conflict

by Henri Bergson

The events leading up to the outbreak of World War I galvanized early-twentieth-century thinkers and intellectuals, prompting many to revisit the political and philosophical causes and implications of armed...


A New Philosophy: Henri Bergson

by Edouard Le Roy & Vincent Benson

Henri-Louis Bergson was a French scholar and philosopher who would eventually come to be recognized as one of the most influential thinkers of the twentieth century. This volume served as one of the first overviews...


The Psychology of Revolution

by Gustave Le Bon

Often, revolts and uprisings are regarded as being solely the results of a perfect storm of geopolitical, societal, and economic factors. But as French sociologist Gustave Le Bon astutely points out in The Psychology...


The Mind and the Brain: Being the Authorised Translation of L'Ame Et Le Corps

by Alfred Binet & F. Legge

Where is the boundary line between the material world and our mental perception of it? It's a question that has perplexed philosophers for thousands of years. In this volume, French psychologist Alfred Binet...


Elements of Morals: With Special Application of the Moral Law to the Duties of the Individual and of Society and the State

by Paul Janet & C. R. Corson

Drawing on a number of influential forbears, including Kant and Hegel, French philosopher Paul Janet spun a unique synthesis in his ethical system. Generally regarded as his masterwork, Elements of Morals sets...


Civilisation: Its Cause and Cure: And Other Essays

by Edward Carpenter

British-born thinker and activist Edward Carpenter proposes a number of novel ideas in this engaging collection of essays. Chief among them is the notion that most of the civilized societies that have emerged...


Pragmatism

by D. L. Murray

The philosophical school of thought known as pragmatism focuses on the mind and thoughts as tools for rational decision-making. This concept proved to be enormously influential throughout the twentieth century....