volume 43, issue 253, P53-55 1941
DOI: 10.1177/0040571x4104325312
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Abstract: vols. Allen and Unwin. 32S. THE PROBLEMS OF LOGIC. By A. P. Ushenko. Allen and Unwin. 7s. 6d.Nowadays the term" Idealism" is apt to be used, particularly in circles touched by " realistic theology", as a stick with which to beat a surprising variety of dogs. For those who wish to avoid such loose uses of the term, and yet to try to make up their minds where their real quarrel with Idealism lies, Professor Blanshard's book is most welcome and timely. It contains the most thorough and persuasive account of the …

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