C. D. Broad


     I propose to consider the comments and criticisms, which have been contributed to this volume, under the following nine general headings, viz.,

  1. Nature, Subdivisions, and Methods of Philosophy,
  2. Philosophy and Religion,
  3. Formation of Empirical Concepts,
  4. Substance, Process, and Causation,
  5. Induction and Laws of Nature,
  6. Time in general, and Precognition in particular,
  7. The Psychophysical Individual,
  8. Sense-perception and Matter, and
  9. Moral Philosophy.

     I think that this covers the contents of all the contributions, except the parts of Professor Patterson's paper which are devoted to details in my exposition of McTaggart's philosophy. In some cases different parts of a single essay fall under different headings.