(18461924). Philos.; b. Clapham, Surrey, now in London; educ. Oxford; exponent of absolute* idealism. In Ethical Studies he held that man must first find himself as a whole and then bring himself in line with the universe. In Appearance and Reality he held that ultimate fact is experience that is unity with the perceived; but since absolute spirit is beyond finite minds, judgments err.
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