The modern temper; a study and a confession by Joseph Wood Krutch.


New York, Harcourt, Brace and Company [1929] .

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Subjects Civilization.
Philosophy, Modern.
Description xvi, 249 pages 21 cm
Copyright Date [1929]
©1929
Notes "A study of the various tendencies in contemporary thought and a confession of the mood which submission to these tendencies has engendered."--Foreword.
Summary "A study of the various tendencies in contemporary thought and a confession of the mood which submission to these tendencies has engendered."
Contents The genesis of a mood -- The paradox of humanism -- The disillusion with the laboratory -- Love -- or the life and death of a value -- The tragic fallacy -- Life, art, peace -- The phantom of certitude.
Network Numbers (OCoLC)369585
(OCoLC)ocm00369585
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WorldCat Identities Krutch, Joseph Wood, 1893-1970.
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