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Daniel Brunson
Morgan State University
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Perhaps most fundamentally, Josiah Royce was a philosopher of community. As he said in his remarks at the Walton Hotel: “My earliest recollections include a very frequent wonder as to what my elders meant when they said that this was a new community…I wondered, and gradually came to feel that part of my life’s business was to find out what all this wonder meant.”. A true pragmatist, Royce saw that finding out what this wonder meant also involved balancing and dissolving dichotomies such as autonomy and docility or The World and the Individual. An educator, historian, logician, novelist, philosopher, psychologist, and theologian, Royce...
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