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Molders of modern thought

Author: Ben B Seligman
Publisher: Chicago : Quadrangle Books, [1970]
Series: A New York Times Book
Edition/Format:   Print book : EnglishView all editions and formats
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Collection of major ideas in Western thought over the last hundred years.
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Document Type: Book
All Authors / Contributors: Ben B Seligman
OCLC Number: 118989
Notes: "A New York times book."
Description: viii, 365 pages ; 22 cm.
Contents: Introduction --
Part I : Antecedents --
Giambattista Vico : one of the boldest innovators in the history of human thought / Isaiah Berlin ; Charles Darwin : Darwin--and evolution--a century later / Paul B. Sears --
Friedrich Nietzsche : the Nietzsche the Nazis didn't know / Irwin Edman ; Sigmund Freud : an analysis of Sigmund Freud / Leonard Engel ; Karl Marx : the Communist Manifesto 100 years after / Sidney Hook --
Part II : Twentieth-century philosophers --
Bertrand Russell : earl, philosopher, logician, rebel / Charles Hussey ; John Dewey : America's philosopher attains an alert 90 / Irwin Edman ; Martin Buber : sage who inspired Hammarskjold / Meyer Levin ; Jean-Paul Sartre : chief prophet of the Existentialists / John L. Brown --
Part III : Contemporary psychology and anthropology --
B.F. Skinner : Skinner agrees he is the most important influence in psychology / Berkeley Rice ; Jean Piaget : giant in the nursery / David Elkind ; Erik Erikson : Erik Erikson's eight ages of man / David Elkind ; Bruno Bettelheim : Bruno Bettelheim is Dr. No / David Dempsey ; Claude Levi-Strauss : there are no superior societies / Sanche de Gramont ; Margaret Mead : the Mead and her message / David Dempsey --
Part IV : Trends in economics --
John Maynard Keynes : came the revolution / John Kenneth Galbraith ; Milton Friedman : friedmanism, n.: doctrine of most audacious U.S. economist; esp. theory only money matters / Milton Viorst ; John Kenneth Galbraith : the world through Galbraith's eyes / Anthony Lewis --
Part V : New intellectual trends --
Andre Malraux : the three lives of Andre Malraux / Theodore H. White ; Marshall McLuhan : understanding McLuhan (in part) / Richard Kostelanetz ; Herbert Marcuse : Marcuse defines his New Left line / Jean-Louis Ferrier, Jacques Boetsch, and Francoise Giroud ; Albert Camus, Noam Chomsky, Paul Goodman, Che Guevara, Regis Debray, Frantz Fanon, Herbert Marcuse : seven heroes of the New Left / Lionel Abel.
Series Title: A New York Times Book
Responsibility: edited with an introduction by Ben B. Seligman.

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Collection of major ideas in Western thought over the last hundred years.

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