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The Physiological Argument Against Realism
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3Professor Fullerton's admirably lucid chapter on " The Metaphysics of the 'Telephone Exchange' " in his "System of Metaphysics," p. 342 ff
4This reference contains 2 citations:
- " Prolegomena to a Tentative Realism," in this JOURNAL, Vol. IV., p. 449
- "Current AMisconceptions of Realism," which appeared in this JOURNAL, Vol. IV., p. 100
5This JOURNAL, Vol. I., p. 521
6Bradley, " Appearance and Reality," pp. 566, 567
8This JOURNAL, Vol. I., p. 547
9This JOURNAL, Vol. I., pp. 521-522.
10This JOURNAL, Vol. IV., p. 225 ff., and p. 449 ff
11Strong, " Why the Mind has a Body," p. 153.