A Study of R. G. Collingwood's Theory of Logic and Philosophical Method: Its Meaning and Significance
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Bedford, Allen Gerald
Bedford, Allen Gerald. A Study of R. G. Collingwood's Theory of Logic and Philosophical Method: Its Meaning and Significance. A Thesis presented to the Faculty of the Department of Philosophy, University of Manitoba, in partial fulfillment of the requirements for the degree of Bachel of Arts in the Honors Course. Winnipeg, March 1948.
Every period of history and every race upon the earth have produced men who yielded to the call, so peculiar and so vital to the nature of man, to embark upon a quest for certainty. The material world, in which man lives and moves and has his being, is characterized by a quality which has always been truly recognized as transient and shifting. The uncertainty of the future is a thought which has been uppermost in men's minds since the dawn of history, and one which was even more primary and fundamental to primitive man than the man of today.