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Characters and events; [electronic resource] popular essays in social and political philosophy, by John Dewey, edited by Joseph Ratner ...

By: Dewey, John, 1859-1952.
Contributor(s): Ratner, Joseph, 1901- [ed.].
Material type: TextTextPublisher: New York, H. Holt and Co. [c1929]Description: 2 v. front. (port.) 21 cm.Subject(s): Social sciences | Political scienceAdditional physical formats: Online version:: Characters and events.DDC classification: 304 Online resources: Free eBook from the Internet Archive Volume 1 | Additional information and access via Open Library Volume 1
Contents:
I. Characters: Matthew Arnold and Robert Browning; Ernest Renan; Maurice Maeterlinck; Herbert Spencer; Immanuel Kant; Ralph Waldo Emerson; H.G. Wells; William Montgomery Brown; Theodore Roosevelt; Francis W. Parker; Oliver Wendell Holmes; William James -- II. Events and Meanings: Events and Meanings; The Mind of Germany; Liberalism; On the Two Sides of the Eastern Sea; Japan Revisited: Two Years Later; The Siberian Republic; China's Nightmare; The Chinese Philosophy of Life; Chinese Social Habits; The Growth of Chinese National Sentiment -- Conditions for China's Nationhood -- Justice and Law in China -- Young China and Old
New Culture in China; Transforming the Mind of China; America and China; The White Pearl; Young Turkey and the Caliphate; Angora, the New; The Turkish Tragedy; The Problem of Turkey; America and Turkey; Church and State in Mexico; The New and Old Mexico; Mexico's Educational Renaissance; Mexico and the Monroe Doctrine; Leningrad Gives the Clue; A Country in a State of Flux; A New World in the Making; What Are the Russian Schools Doing?; New Schools for a New Era; The Great Experiment and the Future
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I. Characters: Matthew Arnold and Robert Browning; Ernest Renan; Maurice Maeterlinck; Herbert Spencer; Immanuel Kant; Ralph Waldo Emerson; H.G. Wells; William Montgomery Brown; Theodore Roosevelt; Francis W. Parker; Oliver Wendell Holmes; William James -- II. Events and Meanings: Events and Meanings; The Mind of Germany; Liberalism; On the Two Sides of the Eastern Sea; Japan Revisited: Two Years Later; The Siberian Republic; China's Nightmare; The Chinese Philosophy of Life; Chinese Social Habits; The Growth of Chinese National Sentiment -- Conditions for China's Nationhood -- Justice and Law in China -- Young China and Old

New Culture in China; Transforming the Mind of China; America and China; The White Pearl; Young Turkey and the Caliphate; Angora, the New; The Turkish Tragedy; The Problem of Turkey; America and Turkey; Church and State in Mexico; The New and Old Mexico; Mexico's Educational Renaissance; Mexico and the Monroe Doctrine; Leningrad Gives the Clue; A Country in a State of Flux; A New World in the Making; What Are the Russian Schools Doing?; New Schools for a New Era; The Great Experiment and the Future

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