Synopses & Reviews
A classic study of the origins and foundations of post-Kantian idealism.
"Royce has . . . gone straight for the toughest kernel of that period of thought, Kant's Deduction of the Categories, and has actually succeeded in making clear what Kant was about, and what Fichte and Hegel and Schopenhauer accomplished in developing this theme."
-- William Ernest Hocking
Ten lectures covering Kant, Schelling, Hegel, and the dialectical method by leading American philosopher. Focuses on the importance for modern philosophy of the nature of the human self.