At heart he was a savage Dualist, who lapsed occasionally into Pluralism.
Make the world a Pluralism, and you forthwith have an object to worship.
Pluralism, not monism, is the fashion of the day, and some carry it almost to polytheism.
Pluralism, he says, is not for sick souls but for those in whom the fighting-spirit is alive.
It was this pluralism that led to much abuse, much neglect, and much carelessness.
In the last lecture of my book I candidly admitted this inferiority of pluralism.
Pluralism on the other hand has no need of this dogmatic rigoristic temper.
Of course the "subliminal" theory is an inessential hypothesis, and the question of pluralism or monism is equally inessential.
Was there not a law against this kind of pluralism, tacitly agreed upon by critics, and applied by them with remorseless rigour?
The world is in so far forth a pluralism of which the unity is not fully experienced as yet.