Royce Articles

1875 – The Aim of Poetry

1875 – The Intention of Prometheus Bound of Aeschylus​ (Royce's bachelor's thesis)

1875 – The Life-Harmony

1875 – Schiller's Ethical Studies

1880 – Natural Rights and Spinoza's Essay on Liberty

1880 – Shelly and the Revolution

1880 – The Nature of Voluntary Progress

1881 – 'Mind-stuff' and Reality – Mind, 6 (1881), 365-377

1881 – Before and Since Kant

1881 – Doubting and Working

1881a – George Eliot as a Religious Teacher

1881b – George Eliot as a Religious Teacher

1881 – Kant's Relation to Modern Philosophic Progress

1881 – Pessimism and Modern Thought

1881 – The Decay of Earnestness

1882 – How Beliefs are Made

1882 – Mind and Reality

1883 – The Freedom of Teaching

1883 – Two Days in Life's Woods

1884 – After-Images

1885 – The Squatter Riot of '50 in Sacramento

1886 – Bancroft and Hittel on California

1886 – Correction to the Editor

1886 – Two Recent Books on California History

1887 – Tennyson and Pessimism

1888 – Hallucination of Memory and 'Telepathy'

1889a – Is there a Philosophy of Evolution – Part One

1889b – Is there a Philosophy of Evolution – Part Two

1889 – Reflections after a Wandering Life in Australia, First Paper

1889 – Reflections after a Wandering Life in Australia, Second Paper

1889 – The Practical Value of Philosophy

1890 – A Neglected Study

1890- Fremont

1890 – Light on the Seizure of California

1890 – Comment on the Foregoing: A Response to Ladd-Franklin on the Moral Aspect of 'Tips' and 'Gratuities'

1891 – Impressions of Australia

1891 – Is There a Science of Education, I

1891 – Is There a Science of Education, II

1891 – Montgomery and Fremont: New Documents on the Bear Flag Affair

1891 – Notes on Recent Periodical Literature

1891 – Present Ideals of American University Life

1891 – The Fremont Legend

1891 – The Outlook in Ethics

1891 – Two Philosophers of the Paradoxical, First Paper: Hegel

1891 – Two Philosophers of the Paradoxical, Second Paper: Schopenhauer

1892 – The Implications of Self-Consciousness

1893 – Mental Defect and Disorder from the Teacher's Point of View, I, II, and III

1893 – On Certain Psychological Aspects of Moral Training

1893 – The Acquisition of General Ideas

1893 – The Knowledge of Good and Evil

1893 – The Twofold Nature of Knowledge (Columbian World Exposition)

1893 – Varieties of Individual Temperament

1894 – Can Psychology be Founded upon the Study of Consciousness Alone, or is Physiology Needed for the Purpose

1894 – The Case of John Bunyan, I

1894 – The Case of John Bunyan, II

1894 – The Case of John Bunyan, III

1894 – The External World and the Social Consciousness

1894 – The Imitative Functions, and Their Place in Human Nature

1894 – The Problem of Paracelsus

1894 – The Student of Philosophy

1895 – Natural Law, Ethics, and Evolution

1895 – Preliminary Report on Imitation

1895 – Self-Consciousness, Social Consciousness, and Nature, I

1895 – Self-Consciousness, Social Consciousness, and Nature, II

1895 – Some Observations on the Anomalies of Self-Consciousness, I

1895 – Some Observations on the Anomalies of Self-Consciousness, II

1896 – Browning's Theism

1896 – Certitudes and Illusions

1897 – A Critical Study of Reality

1897 – Originality and Consciousness

1897 – Systematic Philosophy in America in the Years 1893, 1894, and 1895

1898 – The Problem of Job

1898 – The New Psychology and the Consulting Psychologist

1898 – The Psychology of Invention

1898 – The Social Basis of Conscience

1900 – Professor Everett as a Metaphysician

1900 – The Pacific Coast: A Psychological Study of Influence

1901 – John Fiske as Thinker

1901 – Joseph LeConte

1902 – Recent Logical Theories and their Psychological Bearings

1902 – The Concept of the Infinite

1902 – The Old and the New: A Lesson

1903 – Pope Leo's Philosophical Movement

1903 – The Problem of Natural Religion: The Present Position

1903 – What Should be the Attitude of Teachers of Philosophy Toward Religion

1904 – Herbert Spencer and His Contribution to the Concept of Evolution

1904 – The Eternal and the Practical

1904 – The Sciences of the Ideal

1905 – Kant's Doctrine of the Basis of Mathematics

1905 – The Relations of the Principles of Logic to the Foundations of Geometry

1906 – Race Questions and Prejudices

1906 – The Present State of the Question regarding the First Principles of Theoretical Science

1907 – Urbana Lectures, published in 1967

1907 – Immortality

1908 – Football and Ideals

1908 – Why We May Hope for Immortality

1909 – Discussion of Julius Pikler, 'Die Funktion des Interesses bein Streben und die pragmatische Streitfrage'

1909 – Provincialism Based upon a Study of Early Conditions in California

1909 – The American College and Life

1909 – The Problem of Truth in Light of Recent Discussion

1909 – What is Vital in Christianity

1910 – The Reality of the Temporal

1911 – James as a Philosopher

1912 – On Definitions and Debates

1913 – An Extension of the Algebra of Logic

1913 – Atonement

1913 – George Fox as a Mystic

1913 – Primitive Ways of Thinking, with special reference to Negation and Classification

1913 – Some Psychological Problems Emphasized by Pragmatism

1913 – Some Relations between Philosophy and Science in the First Half of the Nineteenth Century in Germany

1913 – On the Christian Doctrine of Life

1913 – The Principles of Logic

1913 – The Second Death

1914 – A Plea for Provincial Independence in Education

1914 – A Word for the Times

1914 – Professor Royce on His Reviewer

1914 – The Mechanical, the Historical, and the Statistical

1915 – Belgium as the Teacher of the Nations

1915 – The Carnegie Foundation for the Advancement of Teaching and the Case of Middlebury College

1915 – Wants International insurance: Professor Josiah Royce of Harvard Advocates Insurance by the Nations for the Nations

1916 – A Hopeful View of the European Situation

1916 – The Duties of Americans in the Present War

1916 – The Hope of the Great Community

1916 – Words of Professor Royce

1916 – Charles Sanders Peirce (with Fergus Kernan)

1917 – Nietzsche