The humanities: an appraisal. Edited by Julian Harris.

; Harris, Julian Earle, 1896-1988, editor
[Madison] University of Wisconsin Press [1950] .

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Other Authors Harris, Julian Earle, 1896-1988,
Subjects Humanities.
Description xx, 168 pages 22 cm
Copyright Date [1950]
Notes "Published in celebration of the hundredth anniversary of the founding of the University of Wisconsin."
Also issued online.
Contents The quick and the dead: a comment on humanistic studies, by C. Brooks.--The humanities and the common reader, by H.M. Jones.--The critic and his text: a clarification and a defense, by C. Brooks.--The function of criticism today, by E. Vivas.--Who killed Cock Robin? Literary values and the academic mind, by P.M. Buck.--Historical and humanistic values, by H.M. Jones.--The centrality of humanistic study, by N.M. Pusey.--The special significance of the humanities in liberal education, by C.G. Kuebler.--Humanism in science, by H. Guerlac.--The humanities as a basis for a community of peoples, by H.L. Nostrand.--The fine arts as a humanistic study, by W. Stechow.--The social aspects of art, by S. Chermayeff.--The function of art in the human economy, by E. Vivas.--The divorce of music and learning, by D.J. Grout.--Music and the listening audience, by R. Kolisch.
Network Numbers (OCoLC)926260
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