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History, man, and reason; a study in nineteenth-century thought [by] Maurice Mandelbaum.

Baltimore, Johns Hopkins Press [1971] .
ISBN 9780801812361, 0801812364

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Subjects Histoire -- Philosophie.
History -- Philosophy.
Philosophie -- 19e siè€cle.
Philosophy, Modern -- 19th century.
Philosophy, Modern.
Rede (filosofie)
Description xi, 553 pages 26 cm
Copyright Date [1971]
Notes Includes bibliographical references (pages 521-534).
Contents pt. I. Philosophical background -- 1. Philosophic movements in the nineteenth century -- part II. Historicism -- 2. The nature and scope of historicism -- 3. The first phase of historicism : from the Enlightenment through Hegel -- 4. The search for a science of society : from Saint-Simon to Marx and Engels -- 5. Evolution and progress -- 6. Social evolutionism -- 7. Historicism : a critical appraisal -- part III. The malleability of man -- 8. Challenges to constancy -- 9. Geneticism : the associationist tradition -- 10. Organicism : culture and human nature -- 11. Man as a progressive being -- 12. Constancy and change in human nature : a critical account -- part IV. The limits of reason -- 13. Critiques of the instellectual powers of man : the idealist strand -- 14. Ignoramus, ignorabimus : the positivist strand -- 15. The rebellion against reason -- 16. The limits reappraised.
Network Numbers (OCoLC)181108
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WorldCat Identities Mandelbaum, Maurice, 1908-1987.
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