Ideas have consequences / by Richard M. Weaver.


Chicago : University of Chicago Press, 1948.

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Subjects Civilization -- Philosophy.
Kulturkritik.
Kulturphilosophie.
Description v, 189 pages ; 22 cm
Copyright Date 1948.
Notes Includes bibliographical references.
Summary This unsparing diagnosis of the ills of our age prescribes a realistic remedy based on the right use of man's reason, acceptance of an absolute reality, and the recognition that ideas, like actions, have consequences.
Contents The unsentimental sentiment -- Distinction and hierarchy -- Fragmentation and obsession -- Egotism in work and art -- The great stereopticon -- The spoiled-child psychology -- The last metaphysical right -- The power of the word -- Piety and justice.
Network Numbers (OCoLC)282583
(OCoLC)ocm00282583
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WorldCat Identities Weaver, Richard M., 1910-1963.
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