Edward Gleason Spaulding

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Edward Gleason Spaulding (6 August 1873 – 1940) was an American philosopher from Burlington, Vermont. He is a proponent of New realism and co-wrote The New Realism.


  • The New Rationalism. The development of a constructive realism upon the basis of modern logic and science, and through criticism of opposed systems. New York: Henry Holt 1918
  • A World of Chance. New York: Macmillan 1936

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