Philosophy in Canada



Armour, Leslie and Elizabeth Trott. The Faces of Reason: Philosophy in English Canada, 1850-1950, (Waterloo: Wilfrid Laurier Press, 1981).

Armour, Leslie. The Idea of Canada and the Crisis of Community,  Steel Rail, Ottawa, 1981 (Distributed by Humanities Press, Atlantic Highlands, New Jersey)

Armour, Leslie. (Edited, annotated and wrote introduction for, with Elizabeth Trott: John Clark Murray,  The  Industrial Kingdom of God,  University of Ottawa Press, Ottawa,  The University Press, 1982)

Armour, Leslie. "The Canadian Tradition and the Common Good", in Etudes Maritainiennes V, Avril 1989.

Armour, Leslie. "Philosophy and Denominationalism in Ontario", in Journal of Canadian Studies, Vol. 20, No. 1 (Spring 1985).

Armour, Leslie. "Canada and the History of Philosophy", currently unpublished.

Armour, Leslie. "Charles De Koninck, The Common Good, and the Human Environment," Laval Théologique et philosophique,  Vol.43, No.1, février, 1987, pp.67-80.

Armour, Leslie. "Religion et philosophie au Québec et au Canada Anglais," Philosophiques, Vol.  8, No. 2 (1982).

Armour, Leslie. "The Social and Philosophical Origins of Religion in Québec and English Canada," in L'amitié et le dialogue entre le Québec et l'Ontario / Friendship & Dialogue Between Ontario and Quebec, ed. Henri-Paul Cunningham and F. Temple Kingston, Windsor: Canterbury College, 1985, pp. 142-162.

Braybrooke, David. "In Search of Canadian Philosophy", in Queen's Quarterly, 90/3 (Autumn 1983) 688-692.

----------. "The Philosophical Scene in Canada", in The Canadian Forum, 53/636 (January 1974): 29-34.

Cragg, A. W. "Significant Trends in Canadian Social and Political Philosophy", in Eidos 5/1 (June 1986: 56-77).

Cragg, Wesley. "Two Concepts of Community or Moral Theory and Canadian Culture", in Dialogue XXV (1986) 31-52.

Goudge, T. A. "A Century of Philosophy in English-Speaking Canada", in The Dalhousie Review, 47/4 (1967-1968) 537-549.

Goudge, Thomas. "Complex Disguises: Reason in Canadian Philosophy", in Dialogue XXII (1983): 339-346.

Hendel, Charles W. "The Character of Philosophy in Canada", in Philosophy in Canada (Toronto: University of Toronto Press, 1952).

Horne, James  on R.M. Bucke

Irving, John A. "One Hundred Years of Canadian Philosophy," The University of Toronto Quarterly, Vol. 20., No. 2 (19 ) 107-123.
Irving,  John A. "Development of Philosophy in Central Canada from 1850 to 1900," Canadian Historical Review, XXXI Toronto, September, 1950.
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Irving, John, et al, ed. Philosophy in Canada: A Symposium (Toronto: University of Toronto Press, 1952).

Kennedy, Mark. "Narrow Minds", in Books in Canada, April 1983.

Mathien, Thomas. Bibliography of Philosophy in Canada: A Research Guide (Kingston: R.P. Frye, 1989).

-----------. "The Natural History of Philosophy in Canada", in Dialogue XXV (1986) 53-65.

McKillop, Alexander Brian. A Disciplined Intelligence: Intellectual Inquiry and the Moral Imperative in Anglo-Canadian Thought, 1850-1890 (Kingston: Microfilm Books, 1976).

----------. Contours of Canadian Thought (Toronto: University of Toronto Press, 1987).

NORMORE, CALVIN G. "Canadian Philosophy Since 1945" (with John King-Farlow) in the Handbook of World Philosophy: Contemporary Developments Since 1945, ed. R. Burr, (Greenwood Press, 1981)

Rabb, Douglas. "Canadian Idealism, Philosophical Federalism, and World Peace", in Dialogue XXV (1986) 93-103.

----------. Religion and Science in Early Canada (Kingston: Ronald P. Frye & Co., 1988).

Sparshott, Francis. "National Philosophy", in Dialogue XVI, No. 1 (1977): 3-21.

Stevenson, J. T. "Reasonable Canadians", in Canadian Forum, June/July 1982.

Stevenson, J. T. "Canadian Philosophy from a Cosmopolitan Point of View", in Dialogue (25: 1, 1986).