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Absolute Suffering, Loyalty, and Morality: On the Development of Royce’s Religious Philosophy

Absolute Suffering, Loyalty, and Morality: On the Development of Royce’s Religious Philosophy Absolute Suffering, Loyalty, and Morality: On the Development of Royce’s Religious Philosophy Aaron Pratt s hepherd / u niversity of m assachusetts l owell I. Introduction he philosophical career of Josiah r oyce is defined in part by his rela- tionship with g . h . h owison. b iographically speaking, this assertion Trecalls the mythic tale of how r oyce received his appointment at h ar- vard after James “forgot” about h owison. Philosophically speaking, however, h owison’s interchange with r oyce concerning his philosophical conception of g od in the 1895 debate held at b erkeley was a crucial intersection of these two philosophers that set the directions for their future work. i t was a chance for h owison to “get it on,” in the words of John m cd ermott, with r oyce, in a philosophical bout for the championship title of American i dealism. r oyce welcomed the opportunity to return to his alma mater and speak on a panel with two of his mentors, s idney m ezes and Joseph l ec onte, in addition to h owison, describing it as a “great treat to me” in a letter written just before his http://www.deepdyve.com/assets/images/DeepDyve-Logo-lg.png American Journal of Theology & Philosophy University of Illinois Press

Absolute Suffering, Loyalty, and Morality: On the Development of Royce’s Religious Philosophy

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Absolute Suffering, Loyalty, and Morality: On the Development of Royce’s Religious Philosophy Aaron Pratt s hepherd / u niversity of m assachusetts l owell I. Introduction he philosophical career of Josiah r oyce is defined in part by his rela- tionship with g . h . h owison. b iographically speaking, this assertion Trecalls the mythic tale of how r oyce received his appointment at h ar- vard after James “forgot” about h owison. Philosophically speaking, however, h owison’s interchange with r oyce concerning his philosophical conception of g od in the 1895 debate held at b erkeley was a crucial intersection of these two philosophers that set the directions for their future work. i t was a chance for h owison to “get it on,” in the words of John m cd ermott, with r oyce, in a philosophical bout for the championship title of American i dealism. r oyce welcomed the opportunity to return to his alma mater and speak on a panel with two of his mentors, s idney m ezes and Joseph l ec onte, in addition to h owison, describing it as a “great treat to me” in a letter written just before his

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American Journal of Theology & PhilosophyUniversity of Illinois Press

Published: Aug 24, 2018

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