CONTENTS

PREFACE TO THE REVISED EDITION, 1918

THE SCIENCE OF SPIRITUAL ACTIVITY (FREEDOM)

  1. CONSCIOUS HUMAN ACTION

  2. THE DESIRE FOR KNOWLEDGE

  3. THINKING AS THE INSTRUMENT OF KNOWLEDGE

  4. THE WORLD AS PERCEPT

  5. THE ACT OF KNOWING (COGNIZING)

  6. HUMAN INDIVIDUALITY

  7. ARE THERE LIMITS TO KNOWLEDGE

THE REALITY OF SPIRITUAL ACTIVITY (FREEDOM)

  1. THE FACTORS OF LIFE

  2. THE IDEA OF FREEDOM

  3. MONISM AND THE PHILOSOPHY OF SPIRITUAL ACTIVITY

  4. WORLD-PURPOSE AND LIFE-PURPOSE (THE DESTINATION OF MAN)

  5. MORAL IMAGINATION (DARWINISM AND MORALITY)

  6. THE VALUE OF LIFE (OPTIMISM AND PESSIMISM)

  7. INDIVIDUALITY AND GENUS

ULTIMATE QUESTIONS

  1. THE CONSEQUENCES OF MONISM

APPENDICES

  1. ADDITION TO THE REVISED EDITION OF 1918

  2. REVISED INTRODUCTION TO THE EDITION OF 1894