Brettschneider, Bertram D. The Philosophy of Samuel Alexander: Idealism in "Space, Time and Deity. " New York: Humanities Press, 1964, 177 p.
Extended examination of Alexander's philosophical system. Brettschneider devotes chapters to such topics as Alexander's concept and categories of Space-Time, his doctrine of emergent evolution, his theory of mind, and the systematic implications of his concepts of value, God, and deity.
Burtt, Edwin, A. "Some Individual Philosophies and Current Trends." In his Types of Religious Philosophy, pp. 409-48. New York: Harper & Brothers, 1939.
Concise explication of Alexander's...
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