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Nature, community, and will : a study in literary and social thought / Thomas R. West.


Columbia : University of Missouri Press, [1976] .
ISBN 0826201962, 9780826201966

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Subjects Literature and morals.
Description 138 pages ; 23 cm
Copyright Date [1976]
©1976
Notes Includes bibliographical references.
Summary In three essays, West explores the morality of asceticism, discipline, and dignity within the works of eight social theorists. He attempts to discover a feeling of pride over human affairs that differs from the pride which is condemned by theology.
Contents The devices of nature / George Fitzhugh and Thomas Carlyle -- The divided consciousness / Allen Tate, John Crowe Ransom, Paul Elmer More -- Nature and artifice / Hannah Arendt, Theodore Roszak, Paul Goodman.
Network Numbers (OCoLC)1976779
(OCoLC)ocm01976779
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WorldCat Identities West, Thomas R. 1936-
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