Appearance and Reality

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Appearance and Reality  (1893) 
by F. H. Bradley
Index:Appearance and Reality (1916).djvu


TABLE OF CONTENTS.
      pages
  Introduction     .    .    .   1-7
       
  \mathfrak{B}ook I. — \mathfrak{A}ppearance.    
I. Primary and Secondary Qualities     .    .    .   11-18
II. Substantive and Adjective     .    .    .   19-24
III. Relation and Quality     .    .    .   25-34
IV. Space and Time     .    .    .   35-43
V. Motion and Change and its Perception     .    .    .   44-53
VI. Causation     .    .    .   54-61
VII. Activity     .    .    .   62-70
VIII. Things     .    .    .   71-74
IX. The Meanings of Self     .    .    .   75-102
X. The Reality of Self     .    .    .   103-120
XI. Phenomenalism     .    .    .   121-126
XII. Things in Themselves     .    .    .   127-132
       
  \mathfrak{B}ook II. — \mathfrak{R}eality.    
XIII. The General Nature of Reality     .    .    .   135-143
XIV. The General Nature of Reality (cont.)     .    .    .   144-161
XV. Thought and Reality     .    .    .   162-183
XVI. Error     .    .    .   184-196
XVII. Evil     .    .    .   197-204
XVIII. Temporal and Spatial Appearance     .    .    .   205-222
XIX. The This and the Mine     .    .    .   223-240
XX. Recapitulation     .    .    .   241-246
XXI. Solipsism     .    .    .   247-260
XXII. Nature     .    .    .   261-294
XXIII. Body and Soul     .    .    .   295-358
XXIV. Degrees of Truth and Reality     .    .    .   359-400
XXV. Goodness     .    .    .   401-454
XXVI. The Absolute and its Appearances     .    .    .   455-510
XXVII. Ultimate Doubts     .    .    .   511-552


Index


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