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An important place in American philosophic thought has come to be taken by Doctor Mary Whiton Calkins. Her work at Wellesley College has been outstanding and her books are everywhere known. She has pioneered in the interests of Personal Idealism and it is with peculiar satisfaction that the Editor presents her to our readers.
Professor Claude G. Beardslee of the University of Southern California comes from a highly honored Connecticut family and finds his major interest in the problems of ethics. His essay on Behaviorism and Personalism is particularly timely in view of what seems the rul. ing type of psychological belief regarding ethical values.
The English Department of the University of Washington is represented in the work of Professor Robert Max Garrett, a newcomer to The PersoNALIST circle. The work of Majorie Pickthall is deserving of remembrance and this presentation of it should lead many of our subscribers to the possession of one or more of her volumes.
Josephine Hammond, whose work becomes increasingly well known and who is always in favor with our readers, contributes the final article of her popular series on The Quillurgence of Shaw.
The Place of Thought in Poetry is ably presented by J. E. Turner of Liverpool, England, whose writings are finding their way into an ever greater number of leading journals of thought in England and in America.
Page 1. A Personal Idealist's Concern for Psychology
5 MARY WHITON CALKINS II. Sonnet
11 MARY SINTON LEITCH III. Personalism and Behaviorism
12 CLAUDE G. BEARDSLEE IV. Marjorie Pickthall
18 ROBERT Max GARRETT V. The Quillurgence of Shaw: Part III.
33 JOSEPHINE HAMMOND VI. Acceptance: Verse
46 Agnes CORNELL VII. The Place of Thought in Poetry
46 J. E. TURNER Current Thought
57 An Appeal for Unity in Science. Notes and Discussions
58 The Confession of a Traitor Kipling as Lord Rector
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60 A Cynic's War on Cynicism
Human Nature and Conduct: Dewey. Magic, Mother of Science.
The Golden Bough: Frazer.
A History of Magic and Science: Thorndike.
Les Epistres de Sénèque: Pintrel.
Seneca and Elizabethan Tragedy: Lucas.
An Introduction to Philosophy: Windelband.
Meeting of Extremes in Contemporary Philosophy: Bosanquet. The American Spirit.
The Genius of America: Sherman.
The Rhythm of Speech: Thompson.
Scholarship and Service: Butler.
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