Francis Herbert Bradley was a British philosopher. He was a leading member of the movement known as British idealism, which was strongly influenced by German philosophers Kant and Hegel, and was famous for his pluralistic approach to philosophy. His pluralistic outlook saw a unity transcending divisions between the philosophy of ethics, history, logic, epistemology, metaphysics and psychology.See Wikipedia
See also Stanford Encyclopedia of Philosophy
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