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European intellectual history since Darwin and Marx, selected essays / edited by W. Warren Wagar.

Author/Creator:
Wagar, W. Warren, ed.
Publication:
New York, Harper & Row, [1967, c1966].
Format/Description:
Book
265 p. 21 cm.
Edition:
[1st ed.].
Series:
The Contemporary essays series.
Harper torchbooks. The Academy library, TB1297.
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Subjects:
Europe -- Intellectual life -- 19th century -- Addresses, essays, lectures.
Europe -- Intellectual life -- 20th century -- Addresses, essays, lectures.
Contents:
Introduction, by W. W. Wagar.
Darwin and religion, by J. C. Greene.
Fate and will in the Marxian philosophy of history, by R. V. Daniels.
Wilhelm Dilthey and the critique of historical reason, by H. Holborn.
The origins of Freud's political psychology, by P. Rieff.
Twentieth-century version of the apocalypse, by F. L. Baumer.
The "theology of crisis," by G. Kru╠łger.
The scientific outlook in 1851 and 1951, by H. Dingle.
The decline of political theory, by A. Cobban.
Existentialism: Christian and anti-Christian, by H. Kuhn.
Existentialism and existentialisms, by M. Dufrenne.
Demythologization: crisis in continental theology, by P. L. Berger.
Notes:
Bibliographical footnotes.
OCLC:
1298732