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Josiah Royce

(1855—1916)


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(1855–1916)

The leading American absolute idealist. Royce studied under Lotze in Germany, and taught at Harvard from 1892. He was a friend of James, and probably represents much of what James was rejecting in his pragmatism. Royce's works include Religious Aspects of Philosophy (1885) and The World and the Individual (1901).

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