(18731966). B. Cleveland, Ohio; educ. Harvard, Göttingen, Berlin, Heidelberg; taught at Andover (Massachusetts) Theol. Sem., U. of California, Yale, Harvard. Tried to bring philos. out of the academy into the surrounding world; his system is classified as objective idealism and affirms the other mind or God; Cong. Works include Science and the Idea of God; The Meaning of God in Human Experience; Strength of Men and Nations; Thoughts on Death and Life; Types of Philosophy. See also It and I-Thou.
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