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The Pluralistic Philosophy of Stephen Crane

The first extended analysis by a scholar formally trained in the discipline of philosophical inquiry. Dooley shows how Crane's philosophical pluralism, which represents his response to the acute moral uncertainties resulting from the decline of late nineteenth-century religious authority, allies him with the contextualism of such contemporary philosophers as William James, C. S. Peirce, and Josiah Royce."
-- James B. Colvert, author of Stephen Crane

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