American philosophic addresses, 1700-1900, edited by Joseph L. Blau.

New York, Columbia University Press, 1946.

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Subjects Filosofie.
Philosophy, American.
Series Columbia studies in American culture ; 17.
Description xii, 762 pages 23 cm.
Copyright Date 1946.
Notes Bio-bibliography at beginning of each address.
Contents Introduction: Philosophical and cultural themes in the American address -- 1. Philosophy of American culture: The influence of America on the mind / Charles Jared Ingersoll -- The circumstances favorable to the progress of literature in America / Edward Everett -- The office of the people in art, government, and religion / George Bancroft -- The advantages and dangers of the American scholar / Gulian C. Verplanck -- The American scholar / Ralph Waldo Emerson -- The laboring classes / Orestes Augustus Brownson -- Address / Willis Hall -- The social significance of our institutions / Henry James, Sr. -- The scholar in a republic / Wendell Phillips -- 2. Philosophy of science: An introduction to the study of phylosopy wrote in America for the use of a young gentleman / Cadwallader Colden -- The influence of physical causes on the moral faculty / Benjamin Rush -- The philosophy of analogy / Francis Wayland -- Man / John Neal -- The influence of scientific discovery and invention on social and political progress / Job Durfee -- Mechanism in thought and morals / Oliver Wendell Holmes, Sr. -- The sciences of nature versus the science of man / Noah Porter -- Evolution / James Woodrow -- 3. Philosophy of a religion: God glorified in man's dependence / Jonathan Edwards -- A sermon preached at the Stone Chapel in Boston, September 12, 1790 / William Bentley -- The duty of Christian freemen to elect Christian rulers / Ezra Stiles Ely -- Likeness to God / William Ellery Channing -- Divinity school address / Ralph Waldo Emerson -- Christian nurture, I / Horace Bushnell -- The theology of the intellect and that of the feeling / Edwards Amasa Park -- The philosophical idea of God and its relation to the scientific and religious wants of mankind now / Theodore Parker -- The genius of Christianity and free religion / Francis Ellingwood Abbot -- Man the final form in creation / Theodore T. Munger.
Genre Quelle.
Network Numbers (OCoLC)369615
WorldCat Search OCLC WorldCat
WorldCat Identities Blau, Joseph L. 1909-1986.
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