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  1. The Principles of Logic (Volume 1) by Francis Herbert Bradley, 2010-10-14
  2. Appearance and Reality; A Metaphysical Essay by Francis Herbert Bradley, 2010-10-14
  3. Ethical Studies by Francis Herbert Bradley, 2009-12-20
  4. Mr. Sedgewick's Hedonism: An Examination Of The Main Argument Of The Methods Of Ethics (1877) by Francis Herbert Bradley, 2010-09-10
  5. Die Erkenntnis- und Realitatsproblematik bei Francis Herbert Bradley und Bernard Bosanquet (Epistemata) (German Edition) by Claudia Moser, 1989
  6. BRADLEY, FRANCIS HERBERT(18461924): An entry from Gale's <i>Encyclopedia of Philosophy</i> by H. Acton, 2006
  7. Apariencia y Realidad by Francis Herbert Bradley, 1961-01-01
  8. Apariencia y Realidad. Ensayo Metafísico by Francis Herbert Bradley, 1961-01-01
  9. The Legacy of William Carlos Williams: Points of Contact by Ian Copestake, 2007-06-01
  10. Essays on Truth and Reality by Francis Herbert Bradley, 2001-05-24
  11. Appearance And Reality: A Metaphysical Essay (1893) by Francis Herbert Bradley, 2010-09-10
  12. Appearance And Reality: A Metaphysical Essay (1893) by Francis Herbert Bradley, 2010-09-10
  13. Mr. Sedgewick's Hedonism by Francis Herbert Bradley, 2009-12-30
  14. Mr. Sedgewick's Hedonism: An Examination Of The Main Argument Of The Methods Of Ethics (1877) by Francis Herbert Bradley, 2010-09-10

1. Bradley, Francis Herbert
F rancis Herbert Bradley is said to be the greatest logician in British philosophy; he demolished the assumptions of Hegelian utilitarian, and hedonistic ethics, an achievement
Back to Home Page or Contents Page or People or Index Bradley, Francis Herbert F rancis Herbert Bradley is said to be the greatest logician in British philosophy; he demolished the assumptions of Hegelian utilitarian, and hedonistic ethics, an achievement that compelled materialism and empiricism to abolish a number of their concepts. His attacks against empiricism, emphasizing experience exclusively, led to his expounding a new metaphysical system of absolute idealism. It was characterized by acceptance of the contradiction between concept and reality. But Bradley, a brilliant thinker, found that his own logic turned against him, forcing him in his later years to abandon some of his personal theories. But with the growth of enriching wisdom, he finally crowned his estimable career by acknowledging the depth of Plato's genius and adopting a platonic mysticism. His work Appearance and Reality (1893) is one of the epochal books of modern philosophy. A.G.H. Sources:

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    Book Description Customer Reviews: Nondualism He seems to have been something of a curmudgeon; at least, he was extremely reclusive and had a reputation for shooting cats. But at some point in his life he must have come to some sort of deep mystical realization. Otherwise he couldn't have written this book, which reads like a Western version of Shankara. This is philosophy in the grand old style, and it's one of the high points of British idealism. Anyway, the point is, don't ever let anybody tell you there isn't any nondualistic wisdom here in the West. In a different time and place, Bradley would have been revered as a guru a prospect that in all likelihood would have made him cringe, so it's probably just as well. But he's clearly trying to articulate a vision here, and few writers have tackled "rational mysticism" with such philosophical flair.

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    6. Francis Herbert Bradley (Stanford Encyclopedia Of Philosophy)
    F. H. Bradley (1846–1924) was the most famous, original and philosophically influential of the British Idealists. These philosophers came to prominence in the closing decades of
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    First published Thu May 9, 1996; substantive revision Tue Mar 3, 2009 Appearance and Reality Other notable figures among the British Idealists were Bernard Bosanquet, Edward Caird, T.H. Green, Harold Joachim and J.M.E. McTaggart.
    1. Life
    In 1856 F.H. Bradley's schooling began at Cheltenham College; in 1861 he was transferred to Marlborough College, then under his half-brother's Headship. While at Cheltenham he began learning German; he read at least some of Kant's Critique of Pure Reason In 1865 Bradley entered University College, Oxford, as a Scholar, getting a first in classical moderations (Mods) in 1867 but only an unexpected second in literae humaniores Principles of Logic . After more than one failure to obtain a college fellowship, he was in December 1870 elected to one at Merton College Oxford, tenable for life, with no teaching duties, and terminable only on marriage. He never married, and remained in his fellowship until his death. In June 1871 Bradley suffered a severe inflammation of the kidneys which appears to have had permanent effects. It has been suggested, possibly with malice, that the Bradleys in general were disposed to hypochondria; be that as it may, he was prone thereafter to be incapacitated by cold, physical exhaustion or anxiety, and in consequence lived a retired life. He took an active part in the running of his college, but avoided public occasions, to the extent, for example, of declining an invitation to become a founding member of the British Academy. Collingwood records of Bradley in his

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    8. F. H. Bradley - Wikipedia, The Free Encyclopedia
    Francis Herbert Bradley, OM, (30 January 1846 – 18 September 1924) was a British idealist philosopher.
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    From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia Jump to: navigation search Francis Herbert (F.H.) Bradley Full name Francis Herbert (F.H.) Bradley Born 30 January 1846
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    Era 19th-century philosophy Region Western Philosophy School British idealism Main interests Metaphysics Ethics Philosophy of history Logic Influenced by Immanuel Kant Johann Gottlieb Fichte Friedrich Wilhelm Joseph von Schelling Georg Wilhelm Friedrich Hegel ... Thomas Hill Green Influenced T. S. Eliot Robin George Collingwood Michael Oakeshott Francis Herbert Bradley OM , (30 January 1846 – 18 September 1924) was a British idealist philosopher
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    He was born at Clapham Surrey England (now part of the Greater London area). He was the child of Charles Bradley, an evangelical preacher, and Emma Linton, Charles's second wife. He was educated at Cheltenham College and Marlborough College , and at some point in his teens, read some of Kant 's Critique of Pure Reason . In 1865 he entered the University College Oxford . In 1870, he was elected to a fellowship at Oxford's

    9. Bradley, Francis Herbert (1846-1924) - Consciência - Philosophers
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    10. Francis Herbert Bradley's Appearance And Reality
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    Francis Herbert Bradleys Appearance and Reality Francis Herbert Bradleys Appearance and Reality: A Metaphysical Essay (1893) discussses many important aspects of his philosophy of Absolute Idealism. Bradley describes the ways in which appearance is inseparable from reality, and he explains what this means for our understanding of the universe. The treatise is divided into two books. Book I is titled Appearance. Book II is titled Reality. Book I has twelve chapters, entitled: I. "Primary and Secondary Qualities;" II. "Substantive and Adjective;" III. "Relation and Quality;" IV. "Space and Time;" V. "Motion and Change and Its Perception;" VI. "Causation;" VII. "Activity;" VIII. "Things;" IX. "The Meanings of Self;" X. "The Reality of Self;" XI. "Phenomenalism;" XII. "Things in Themselves." Book II has fifteen chapters, entitled: XIII. "The General Nature of Reality;" XIV. "The General Nature of Reality ( cont .);" XV. "Thought and Reality;" XVI. "Error;" XVII. "Evil;" XVIII. "Temporal and Spatial Appearance;" XIX. "The This and The Mine;" XX. "Recapitulation;" XXI. "Solipsism;" XXII. "Nature;" XIII. "Body and Soul;" XXIV. "Degrees of Truth and Reality;" XXV. "Goodness;" XXVI. "The Absolute and Its Appearances;" XXVII. "Ultimate Doubts." According to Bradley, the goal of metaphysics is to understand reality and to find a way of thinking about reality that is not self-contradictory. Reality is consistent and is compatible with itself. Whatever is inconsistent with itself is unreal.

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    British philosopher who argued for absolute idealism – the theory, influenced by German philosopher G W F Hegel, that there is only one ultimately real thing, the Absolute, which, Francis Herbert

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    De Wikipedia, la enciclopedia libre (Redirigido desde F.H. Bradley Saltar a navegación búsqueda Francis Herbert Bradley filósofo inglés exponente del idealismo absoluto , un sistema que concibe el conjunto de la realidad como producto de la mente y no como algo percibido por los sentidos. Su filosofía deriva directamente de la obra del filósofo alemán Georg Wilhelm Friedrich Hegel Nacido en Gales del Sur el 30 de enero de , estudió en la Universidad de Oxford . Al poco tiempo de ganar una cátedra en el Merton College en se vio afectado por una dolencia renal que lo dejó medio inválido. El resto de sus días los dedicó por completo a la escritura. Poco antes de morir, en , se le concedió la Orden del Mérito ; fue el primer filósofo en recibir esta distinción. Bradley se adhiere a la idea hegeliana de que nada es real a no ser el “Absoluto”, definido como la totalidad de lo existente, que está incluso por encima de cualquier contradicción. Todas las demás cosas, incluyendo la religión , la ciencia , los preceptos morales y hasta el sentido común son contradictorias.

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    16. The Metaphysics Of F.H. Bradley
    A presentation of Bradley s thought, emphasizing ways in which he anticipated quantum mechanics. By Allan F. Randall.
    Truth, Coherence and Correspondence in the Metaphysics of F.H. Bradley
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    F.H. Bradley's metaphysics is, to some, the crowning achievement of the Absolute Idealist school of philosophy [Mander 1994] . Absolute Idealists attempt to construct the entire world and all of existence from ideas and ideas alone, and they are uncompromising in this effort. No leeway is given for some ultimate unseen, unfelt, unthinkable "substance" of which our ideas make us aware. Since we can only know ideas directly, the universe consists of nothing but ideas. Bradley's Absolute Idealism [Bradley 1994] is characterized throughout by an inherent scepticism and belief in the limitations of knowledge. Truth as we apply it in practise is not an absolute concept, but is relative to our own perspective on the universe. Truth consists in the coherence of a system of ideas and judgements. While it is popular today to say that the justification for knowing something is a matter of coherence [Bonjour 1993] , Bradley was more extreme than this. It is not just our knowledge that depends on coherence, but Truth itself. Truth in this sense is relative and probabilisticthere are degrees of truth and falsehood. Yet, can this really be truth? Can truth really be truth any more if we take away its absolute character?

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    18. FRANCIS HERBERT BRADLEY, L'irrécusable Relation - Encyclopédie Universalis
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    Les distinctions que nous opérons ont leur origine hors de notre pensée et tout ce que celle-ci fait, c'est de manifester quelque chose qui est une différence antérieure à elle. Sans doute ne sommes-nous pas capables d'expliquer tout le développement de notre pensée, car il faudrait expliquer comment il se fait que quelque chose de non relationnel prenne un aspect relationnel. Cela, nous ne le pouvons pas, et tel est le moment gnostique de la pensée de Bradley ; il nous met en présence de ce mystère qu'est la naissance de la dualité à partir de l'unité. Parfois, en effet, nous sommes tout près d'une contemplation mystique. Il n'y a pas, dit-il alors, d'aspect du monde qui ne soit inclus dans l'infini. Il n'y a nulle part un fait si fragmentaire et si pauvre qu'il n'ait pas d'importance pour ce que Bradley appelle l'univers. Il y a de la vérité dans toute idée, si fausse qu'elle soit, il y a de la réalité dans toute existence, si légère qu'elle apparaisse.  Partout, nous sommes donc en contact avec ce qu'il appelle la vie indivise de l'Absolu. Cette vie indivise se fait avec les 

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