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  • Title: Book: RoP: The World as Illusion (Pt2 Ch3)
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    • stages, viewpoints from which Herbert Spencer (1820 – 1903)
    • started as he laid the foundations for a dualism in England. Spencer's
    • of Spencer:
    • Mr. Herbert Spencer, in an Essay (1852), has contrasted the theories
    • attracted to Spencer because he tried to explain all reality from the
    • words above. But Spencer also sides with the agnostics, so that Lange
    • is justified when he says, “Herbert Spencer, whose philosophy is
    • It is quite likely that Spencer arrived at his viewpoint from
    • – 73), Alexander Bain (1818 – 1903) and Herbert Spencer
    • maintained by Herbert Spencer. He proceeds by asking: How do I
    • Also, Spencer clings to the view that the possibility of the process
    • is its basis. Through such turns of thought Spencer believes it
    • The field, however, that Spencer considers to be accessible to
    • scientific conceptions. When Spencer himself ventures to explain, he
    • Spencer uses the method of natural science in thinking of the process
    • Spencer looks at this “old basic problem” from the point of
    • external world. Spencer's way of thinking, then, is, like that of John
    • further than the psychology of the individual. Spencer goes from the
    • accomplished by the animal ancestors of man. Spencer uses his great
    • Spencer explains this correspondence in the manner of natural science.
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  • Title: Book: RoP: World Conceptions of Scientific Factuality (Pt2 Ch5)
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    • objection to the attempts of Spencer and other thinkers whose world

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