The problem of evil in Josiah Royce.
Dean, Lloyd Fulton
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ROYCE'S CENTRAL THESIS. Royce's argument is twofold. His first contention is that absolute idealism alone stands as an acceptable, over-all, world view. Second, he maintains that the problem of evil is not adequately met by any other system. [TRUNCATED]
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