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ABSTRACT. In recent times virtually all idealists have construed 'the minds' at issue in their theory as a matter of separate individual minds equipped with socially engendered resources, and thus forming part of the world rather than standing outside or behind it. Rescher argues for a version of idealism that does not go too decidedly against the grain of such current philosophical sensibilities, namely a conceptual idealism.

 

Written by NICHOLAS RESCHER
 
 
 

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