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New horizons in creative thinking: a survey and forecast, edited by R.M. MacIver.

Author/Creator:
Jewish Theological Seminary of America. Institute for Religious and Social Studies.
Publication:
New York, Institute for Religious and Social Studies; distributed by Harper [1954]
Format/Description:
Book
x, 159 pages 21 cm.
Series:
Religion and civilization series
Religion and civilization series
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Subjects:
Intellectual life.
Creation (Literary, artistic, etc.).
Contents:
Human ideals and the cosmic, view, by H. Shapley.
Philosophy and the art of living, by G. Boas.
The arts and contemporary life, by A. Hofstadter.
New horizons in the novel, by W.G. Rogers.
New horizons for poetry, by M. Cane.
New movements in recent literature, by O.J. Campbell.
New horizons in music, by H.D. Cowell.
New horizons in painting, by B. Shahn.
What has theater to offer? by W. Kerr.
Actualities and possibilities in television, by R. Saudek.
New art and old morals, by W.G. Constable.
New art and old morals: another view, by J. Ferren.
New horizons in human relations, by H.D. Lasswell.
Notes:
Includes bibliographical references and index.
Local notes:
Acc.# 9417-9418
Contributor:
MacIver, Robert M. (Robert Morrison), 1882-1970.
Other format:
Online version: Jewish Theological Seminary of America. Institute for Religious and Social Studies. New horizons in creative thinking.
OCLC:
1065616