Makers of the American mind.

New York, Morrow, 1964.

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Subjects Philosophers -- United States.
Philosophes -- États-Unis.
Philosophie américaine -- Collections.
Philosophy -- United States.
United States.
Description xiv, 497 pages 22 cm
Copyright Date 1964.
Notes Includes bibliographical references.
Contents 1. The holy commonwealth: English antecedents -- John Cotton -- Roger Williams -- The Mather dynasty -- Solomon Stoddard -- John Wise -- 2. The Great Awakening: Theodore J. Frelinghuysen -- Gilbert Tennent -- George Whitefield -- Jonathan Edwards -- 3. The Enlightenment in colonial America: European antecedents -- Samuel Johnson -- Jonathan Mayhew -- Charles Chauncy -- Cadwallader Colden -- 4. Poor Richard's philosophy: Benjamin Franklin -- 5. Free thought in the young republic: Ethan Allen -- Tom Paine --- Abner Kneeland -- Frances Wright -- 6. The Federalists and their foes: Issues and advocates -- Alexander Hamilton -- John Jay -- James Madison -- Richard Henry Lee -- John Adams -- 7. Philosopher-President: Thomas Jefferson -- 8. The cast-iron Southerner: John C. Calhoun -- 9. Prophet out of Concord: Ralph Waldo Emerson -- 10. The sage of Walden Pond: Henry David Thoreau -- 11. Missionary to the popular education: Horace Mann -- 12. Beyond unitarianism: William Ellery Channing -- Theodore Parker -- 13. Of the people ... for the people: Abraham Lincoln -- 14. Singer of the body electric: Walt Whitman -- 15. Hegel in St. Louis: Henry C. Brockmeyer -- Hegelian heritage -- William Torrey Harris -- Denton J. Snider -- 16. The apostle of evolution: John Fiske -- 17. Champion of the forgotten man: William Graham Sumner -- 18. The case for sociocracy: Lester Frank Ward -- 19. The pragmatic creed: Chauncey Wright -- Charles Sanders Peirce -- William James -- 20. Biographer of the absolute: Josiah Royce -- 21. The poet of animal faith: George Santayana -- 22. The great dissenter: Oliver Wendell Holmes -- 23. Learning as living: John Dewey -- 24. Adventurer in ideas: Alfred North Whitehead.
Geographic Area United States
Network Numbers (OCoLC)370649
WorldCat Search OCLC WorldCat
WorldCat Identities Whittemore, Robert C. 1921-
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