The idea of the humanities, and other essays critical and historical [by] R.S. Crane.


Chicago, University of Chicago Press [1967] .

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Subjects Filósofos estadounidenses.
Humanismo.
Humanités.
Humanities.
Literatura Estadounidense -- Ensayos, conferencias, etc.
Literature and history.
Littérature et histoire.
Sciences humaines.
Series Chicago University; 75th anniversary publications.
Description 2 volumes 24 cm.
Copyright Date [1967]
Notes Includes bibliographical references.
Contents volume 1. Part I. The humanities. Introduction / Wayne C. Booth ; The idea of the humanities ; Shifting definitions and evaluations of the humanities from the Renaissance to the present: The terms of the discussion and their original context ; The aims and scope of the humanities in the early Renaissance ; Variant humanisms in the sixteenth century ; The rivalry of letters and natural philosophy in the seventeenth century ; The quarrel of the ancients and moderns and its consequences ; The humanities and themes of education in the eighteenth century ; The same subject continued ; The nineteenth century: The attack on the humanities ; The nineteenth century: The defense of the humanities ; The humanities as they have been and as they might be -- Part II. The history of ideas. Philosophy, literature, and the history of ideas ; Suggestions toward a genealogy of the "Man of feeling" ; Anglican apologetics and the idea of progress, 1699-1745: Introduction ; John Edwards ; William Worthington ; Edmund Law ; Results ; Notes on the organization of Locke's Essay ; Montesquieu and British thought: Gibbon, Adam Smith, Burke -- v. 2. Part III. Literary criticism and literary history. History versus criticism in the study of literature ; Criticism as inquiry; or, The perils of the "High priori road" ; Critical and historical principles of literary history: Critical elements ; Principles of organization ; Principles of explanation ; The same subject continued ; On writing the history of criticism in England, 1650-1800 ; Questions and answers in the teaching of literary texts ; Every man his own critic ; Varieties of dramatic criticism ; On hypotheses in "Historical criticism": Apropos of certain contemporary medievalists ; The Houyhnhnms, the Yahoos, and the history of ideas ; Jane Austen: Persuasion ; Ernest Hemingway: "The killers" ; Ernest Hemingway: "The short happy life of Francis Macomber."
Network Numbers (OCoLC)169547
(OCoLC)ocm00169547
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WorldCat Identities Crane, Ronald S. 1886-1967.
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