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John CostelloCorresponding author

John MacMurray's Personal Universe

3 – 1998, pages 7-24
Date of online publication: 30 November 2020
Date of publication: 30 November 1998


In his search for an integrating image of the human - and of the universe - to counter the dualisms and fragmentations that were the early 20th century's inheritance from modem philosophy, Scottish philosopher John Macmurray (1891-1976) found himself forced to rethink the whole of western philosophy. Macmurray imdertook his project in the light of two defining features: (a) he articulated his thinking within the confines of philosophical method, while (b) implicitly taking his Christian faith as the gjn-oscope or point de repere for his sense of the truth he was seeking.

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Costello, John. “John MacMurray's Personal Universe.” Forum Philosophicum 3 (1998): 7–24. doi:10.35765/forphil.1998.0301.1.