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Bradley’s Monism and the Bifurcation of British Idealism

Abstract : Bertrand Russell has for a long time been credited with operating a philosophical revolution responsible for the neglect, if not the demise, of British Idealism in the Twentieth century. As it is neither possible nor desirable to disprove Idealism, the contention should be rather shifted to his well-contrived effort to redefine the terms of the problems debated by the Idealists, as well as of Hegel’s influence and of monism. The Russell/ Bradley dispute is of necessity central in the disrepute of British Idealism, but this fate must also be contextualised to be better apprehended.
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Jean-Paul Rosaye. Bradley’s Monism and the Bifurcation of British Idealism. Philosophical enquiries : revue des philosophies anglophones, J.Berthier-A.Milanese, 2018, Hors-série, n°1, pp. 79-95. ⟨hal-03761292⟩



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