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The American Intellectual Tradition: Volume II: 1865 to the Present
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[EAN: 9780195183405], [SC: 50.9], [PU: Oxford University Press], History|Americas (North, Central, South, West Indies), History|North America, History|United States|General, This Book is in Good Condition. Clean Copy With Light Amount of Wear. 100% Guaranteed. Summary: * = New to this editionEach part begins with an Introduction.PrefacePart One: Toward a Secular Culture* Asa Gray, Selection from "Review of Darwin's On the Origins of Species" (1860)* Thomas Wentworth Higginson, "A Plea for Culture" (1867)Charles Peirce, "The Fixation of Belief" (1877)William Graham Sumner, "Sociology" (1881)* Charles Augustus Briggs, Selections from Biblical StudyWilliam Dean Howells, "Pernicious Fiction" (1887)Elizabeth Cady Stanton, "The Solitude of Self" (1892), "Selection from The Women's Bible (1895)Frederick Jackson Turner, "The Significance of the Frontier in American History" (1893)William James, "The Will to Believe" (1897)Josiah Royce, "The Problem of Job" (1898)Charlotte Perkins Gilman, Selection from Women and Economics (1898)Henry Adams, "The Dynamo and the Virgin" (1907)George Santayana, "The Genteel Tradition in American Philosophy" (1913)Part Two: Social Progress and the Power of the IntellectJane Addams, "The Subjective Necessity of Social Settlements" (1892)Thorstein Veblen, Selection from The Theory of the Leisure Class (1899)Woodrow Wilson, "The Ideals of America" (1902)W.E.B. DuBois, Selection from The Souls of Black Folk (1903)William James, "What Pragmatism Means" (1907)* Walter Lippmann, Selections from Drift and Mastery (1914)Randolph Bourne, "Trans-National America" (1916), "Twilight of Idols" (1917)H.L. Mencken, "Puritanism as a Literary Force" (1919)Oliver Wendell Holmes, Jr., "Natural Law" (1918)John Dewey, "Philosophy and Democracy" (1918)Margaret Mead, Selection from Coming of Age in Samoa (1928)John Crowe Ransom, "Reconstructed but Unregenerate" (1930)Sidney Hook, "Communism Without Dogmas" (1934)* Thurman Arnold, Selection from Symbols of Government (1935)Part Three: To Extend Democracy and to Formulate the ModernClement Greenberg, "Avant-Garde and Kitsch" (1939)* Henry Luce, "The American Century" (1941)* Henry A. Wallace, Selection from The Age of the Common Man (1943)Gunnar Myrdal, Selection from An American DilemmaReinhold Niebuhr, Selection from The Children of Light and the Children of Darkness (1944)* Albert Einstein, "Atomic War or Peace" (1947)* Aldo Leopold, Selections from The Sand County Almanac (1949)Erik H. Erikson, Selection from Childhood and Society (1950)* James Baldwin, "Many Thousands Gone" (1951)* George Kennan, Selections from American Diplomacy (1951)Whittaker Chambers, Selection from Witness (1952)Hannah Arendt, "Ideology and Terror" (1953)John Courtney Murray, Selection from We Hold These Truths (1960)Daniel Bell, "The End of Ideology in the West" (1960)W.W. Rostow, Selection from The Stages of Economic Growth (1960)Lionel Trilling, "On the Teaching of Modern Literature" (1961)* Milton Friedman, Selections from Capitalism and Freedom (1962)Part Four: Exploring Diversity and PostmodernityThomas S. Kuhn, Selection from The Structure of Scientific Revolutions (1962)Martin Luther King, Jr., "Selection from "Letter from a Birmingham Jail" (1963)Betty Friedan, Selection from The Feminine Mystique (1963)Susan Sontag, "Against Interpretation" (1964)Malcolm X, Selection from "The Ballot or the Bullet" (1964)* Herbert Marcuse, Selection from One Dimensional Man (1964)Noam Chomsky, "The Responsibilities of Intellectuals" (1967)* Edward Said, Selection from Orientalism (1978)Nancy Chodorow, "Gender, Relation, and Difference in Psychoanalytic Perspective" (1979)Richard Rorty, "Science as Solidarity" (1986)* Gloria Anzaldua, Selections from Borderlands/La Frontera (1987)* Henry Louis Gates, Jr., "The Master's Pieces" (1990)* Joan Scott, Selections from "The Evidence of Experience" (1991)* Samuel Huntington, Selection from "The Clash of Civilizations" (1993)* Carl Sagan, "Antiscience" (1995)Chronologies

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[EAN: 9780195183405], [PU: Oxford University Press], History|Americas (North, Central, South, West Indies), History|North America, History|United States|General, This Book is in Good Condition. Clean Copy With Light Amount of Wear. 100% Guaranteed. Summary: * = New to this editionEach part begins with an Introduction.PrefacePart One: Toward a Secular Culture* Asa Gray, Selection from "Review of Darwin's On the Origins of Species" (1860)* Thomas Wentworth Higginson, "A Plea for Culture" (1867)Charles Peirce, "The Fixation of Belief" (1877)William Graham Sumner, "Sociology" (1881)* Charles Augustus Briggs, Selections from Biblical StudyWilliam Dean Howells, "Pernicious Fiction" (1887)Elizabeth Cady Stanton, "The Solitude of Self" (1892), "Selection from The Women's Bible (1895)Frederick Jackson Turner, "The Significance of the Frontier in American History" (1893)William James, "The Will to Believe" (1897)Josiah Royce, "The Problem of Job" (1898)Charlotte Perkins Gilman, Selection from Women and Economics (1898)Henry Adams, "The Dynamo and the Virgin" (1907)George Santayana, "The Genteel Tradition in American Philosophy" (1913)Part Two: Social Progress and the Power of the IntellectJane Addams, "The Subjective Necessity of Social Settlements" (1892)Thorstein Veblen, Selection from The Theory of the Leisure Class (1899)Woodrow Wilson, "The Ideals of America" (1902)W.E.B. DuBois, Selection from The Souls of Black Folk (1903)William James, "What Pragmatism Means" (1907)* Walter Lippmann, Selections from Drift and Mastery (1914)Randolph Bourne, "Trans-National America" (1916), "Twilight of Idols" (1917)H.L. Mencken, "Puritanism as a Literary Force" (1919)Oliver Wendell Holmes, Jr., "Natural Law" (1918)John Dewey, "Philosophy and Democracy" (1918)Margaret Mead, Selection from Coming of Age in Samoa (1928)John Crowe Ransom, "Reconstructed but Unregenerate" (1930)Sidney Hook, "Communism Without Dogmas" (1934)* Thurman Arnold, Selection from Symbols of Government (1935)Part Three: To Extend Democracy and to Formulate the ModernClement Greenberg, "Avant-Garde and Kitsch" (1939)* Henry Luce, "The American Century" (1941)* Henry A. Wallace, Selection from The Age of the Common Man (1943)Gunnar Myrdal, Selection from An American DilemmaReinhold Niebuhr, Selection from The Children of Light and the Children of Darkness (1944)* Albert Einstein, "Atomic War or Peace" (1947)* Aldo Leopold, Selections from The Sand County Almanac (1949)Erik H. Erikson, Selection from Childhood and Society (1950)* James Baldwin, "Many Thousands Gone" (1951)* George Kennan, Selections from American Diplomacy (1951)Whittaker Chambers, Selection from Witness (1952)Hannah Arendt, "Ideology and Terror" (1953)John Courtney Murray, Selection from We Hold These Truths (1960)Daniel Bell, "The End of Ideology in the West" (1960)W.W. Rostow, Selection from The Stages of Economic Growth (1960)Lionel Trilling, "On the Teaching of Modern Literature" (1961)* Milton Friedman, Selections from Capitalism and Freedom (1962)Part Four: Exploring Diversity and PostmodernityThomas S. Kuhn, Selection from The Structure of Scientific Revolutions (1962)Martin Luther King, Jr., "Selection from "Letter from a Birmingham Jail" (1963)Betty Friedan, Selection from The Feminine Mystique (1963)Susan Sontag, "Against Interpretation" (1964)Malcolm X, Selection from "The Ballot or the Bullet" (1964)* Herbert Marcuse, Selection from One Dimensional Man (1964)Noam Chomsky, "The Responsibilities of Intellectuals" (1967)* Edward Said, Selection from Orientalism (1978)Nancy Chodorow, "Gender, Relation, and Difference in Psychoanalytic Perspective" (1979)Richard Rorty, "Science as Solidarity" (1986)* Gloria Anzaldua, Selections from Borderlands/La Frontera (1987)* Henry Louis Gates, Jr., "The Master's Pieces" (1990)* Joan Scott, Selections from "The Evidence of Experience" (1991)* Samuel Huntington, Selection from "The Clash of Civilizations" (1993)* Carl Sagan, "Antiscience" (1995)Chronologies

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Revised and updated, the fifth edition of this now standard two-volume anthology brings together some of the most historically significant writings in American intellectual history. Uniquely comprehensive, The American Intellectual Tradition includes classic works in philosophy, religion, social theory, political thought, economics, psychology, and cultural and literary criticism. Organized chronologically into thematic sections, the two volumes trace the evolution of intellectual writing and thinking from its origins in Puritan beliefs to the most recent essays on diversity and postmodernity. Pedagogical features include introductions and headnotes to the selections, updated bibliographic material throughout, and detailed chronologies at the end of each book. Addressing such highly contested subjects as race, class, gender, aesthetics, political religion, and the role of the United States in the world, The American Intellectual Tradition, Fifth Edition, is invaluable for undergraduate courses in intellectual history. It is also an excellent supplement for graduate seminars and classes in American history, American studies, and American literature. Volumes I and II now offer new selections from Roger Williams, John Humphrey Noyes, Asa Gray, Thomas Wentworth Higginson, Charles Augustus Briggs, Elizabeth Cady Stanton, Walter Lippmann, Thurman Arnold, Henry Luce, Henry A. Wallace, Albert Einstein, Aldo Leopold, James Baldwin, George Kennan, Milton Friedman, Herbert Marcuse, Edward Said, Gloria Anzaldua, Henry Louis Gates, Jr., Joan W. Scott, Samuel Huntington, and Carl Sagan. The American Intellectual Tradition: 1865 to the Present Hollinger, David A. / Capper, Charles, Oxford University Press

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Revised and updated, the fifth edition of this now standard two-volume anthology brings together some of the most historically significant writings in American intellectual history. Uniquely comprehensive, The American Intellectual Tradition includes classic works in philosophy, religion, social theory, political thought, economics, psychology, and cultural and literary criticism. Organized chronologically into thematic sections, the two volumes trace the evolution of intellectual writing and thinking from its origins in Puritan beliefs to the most recent essays on diversity and postmodernity. Pedagogical features include introductions and headnotes to the selections, updated bibliographic material throughout, and detailed chronologies at the end of each book. Addressing such highly contested subjects as race, class, gender, aesthetics, political religion, and the role of the United States in the world, The American Intellectual Tradition, Fifth Edition, is invaluable for undergraduate courses in intellectual history. It is also an excellent supplement for graduate seminars and classes in American history, American studies, and American literature. Volumes I and II now offer new selections from Roger Williams, John Humphrey Noyes, Asa Gray, Thomas Wentworth Higginson, Charles Augustus Briggs, Elizabeth Cady Stanton, Walter Lippmann, Thurman Arnold, Henry Luce, Henry A. Wallace, Albert Einstein, Aldo Leopold, James Baldwin, George Kennan, Milton Friedma 19th century,20th century,21st century,american literature,americas,civil war,education and reference,history,humanities,linguistics Linguistics, Oxford University Press

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The American Intellectual Tradition: 1865 to the Present
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This two-volume anthology brings together some of the most historically significant writings in American intellectual history. The only collection of its kind, The American Intellectual Tradition, Fifth Edition, includes classic works in history, politics, social commentary, economics, law literature, and philosophy. Organized chronologically into thematic sections, it traces the evolution of intellectual writing and thinking from it origins in Puritan beliefs to the most recent essays on diversity and post-modernity. A short introduction by the authors precedes each work and both volumes include detailed chronologies and bibliographic material. Offering several new selections, this new edition addresses additional themes, including aesthetics, cultural criticism, Americanism, and race, gender, and sexuality.

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EAN (ISBN-13): 9780195183405
ISBN (ISBN-10): 0195183401
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Publishing year: 2005
Publisher: OXFORD UNIV PR
577 Pages
Weight: 0,857 kg
Language: eng/Englisch

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