Preface; 1. Introductory; 2. Faith; 3. On floating ideas and the imaginary; 4. On truth and practice; 5. On truth and copying; 6. On our knowledge or immediate experience; 7. On truth and coherence; 8. Coherence and contradiction; 9. On appearance, error, and contradiction; 10. A discussion of some problems in connexion with Mr. Russell's doctrine; 11. On some aspects of truth; 12. Some remarks on memory and inference; 13. On memory and judgement; 14. What is the real Julius Caesar?; 15. On God and the absolute; 16. On my real world; Concluding remarks; Index.
A collection of essays, first published in 1914, by influential British Idealist philosopher F. H. Bradley (1846–1924).