American thought in transition: the impact of evolutionary naturalism, 1865-1900 [by] Paul F. Boller, Jr.

Chicago, Rand McNally [1969] .

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Subjects Naturalism.
Philosophy, American -- 19th century.
Philosophy, American.
Social Values.
Series Rand McNally series on the history of American thought and culture.
Description xiii, 271 pages 21 cm.
Copyright Date [1969]
Notes "Bibliographical essay": pages 250-261.
Contents The scientific reception of Darwinism -- The warfare of science and religion -- An eveolutionary view of society -- The old political economy and the new -- Complaint and reform -- William James and the open universe -- Oliver Wendell Holmes, Jr., and the path of the law -- Thorstein Veblen and the leisure class -- The day of the Saxon -- Things to come.
Geographic Area United States
Network Numbers (OCoLC)12715
WorldCat Search OCLC WorldCat
WorldCat Identities Boller, Paul F.
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