Review of Metaphysics 42 (1):159-161 (1988)

According to Oppenheim, "The present study aims to bring the American philosopher Josiah Royce out of the shadows that often cover his final decade". More precisely, he contends, it aims to discern and to relate accurately Royce's doctrine and method in his mature philosophy of religion. Even more specifically, says Oppenheim, the study "aims carefully to search out from Royce's The Problem of Christianity his principal and subordinate methods and accurately to identify his human and 'Christian' doctrines as rooted in experience". Oppenheim insists "that the mature Royce identified and carried out, in a generally successful way, both a new and fully human method of philosophizing and a Christian metaphysics of community". Royce's greatest achievement may be his employment of a new method in philosophy of religion.
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