What suggested the "first book" idea was an uncertainty of method, a hesitation between the New Realism and the older romanticism.
Now it is a New Realism which appeals to us: it is the turn of the soul.
This from a book by Professor Perry, an advocate of the New Realism.
Every form of Idealism had to ask itself seriously how it was going to "struggle for life" with this New Realism.
The beauty of this New Realism was that it required imagination, as it always does, to see truth.
Down with the New Realism—which only recalls to us the bitterness and meanness of our mediocre existence.
The New Realism finds that it is instrumental simply to knowledge of objects.
It is significant that Perry holds (New Realism, p. 150) that "sensing" is per se a case of knowing.