By Graham Oppy, N.N. Trakakis
TheHistory of Philosophy in Australia and New Zealand is a finished account of the historic improvement of philosophy in Australia and New Zealand, from the institution of the 1st Philosophy Chair in Australasia in 1886 on the collage of Melbourne to the present burgeoning of Australasian philosophy. The paintings is split into wide sections, the 1st supplying an account of vital advancements and occasions in the course of a number of sessions within the heritage of Australasian philosophy, and the second one targeting principles and theories which were influential in quite a few disciplines inside Australasian philosophy. The paintings includes chapters contributed by means of a number of philosophers, on particular fields of inquiry or old sessions inside Australasian philosophy.
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Davies and S. Helgeby Many of the philosophers of the time wrote on psychology, and not solely among the idealists. Laurie, Mitchell, and Boyce Gibson saw philosophical psychology as a key introduction to metaphysics. M. Scott Fletcher, Professor at the University of Queensland from 1923 to 1938, wrote on The Psychology of the New Testament (Fletcher 1912). Elton Mayo in Queensland (1919–1923) and Bernard Muscio in Sydney pursued industrial psychology, although Mayo left Australia and established his significant reputation overseas.
R. Boyce Gibson represented the personalist strain and derived much of his thought in response to Descartes and to the contemporary German thinker Rudolf Eucken. Miller was similarly influenced by Eucken, as was J. McKellar Stewart, who moved from Melbourne in 1923 to replace William Mitchell. Descartes was the focus of work by A. Boyce Gibson and W. A. Merrylees (Boyce Gibson 1932; Merrylees 1934). Bergson attracted considerable attention and was the subject of a study by McKellar Stewart (1911) and interested both Boyce Gibsons (Boyce Gibson 1937; Boyce Gibson 1911–1912).
Sir William Mitchell (1861–1962): The Gifford Lecturer . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Mitchell’s Administrative Contributions and View of Education . . . . . . . . . . . . . Mitchell’s Philosophical Writing . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Mitchell’s Philosophical Influences . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Mitchell’s Philosophy of Mind .