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Ideals of America; Analyses of the Guiding Motives of Contemporary American ...
City Club of Chicago
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Ideals of America: Analyses of the Guiding Motives of Contemporary American ...
City Club of Chicago
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A. C. McCLURG Ameri American philosophy Arthur Farwell attitude become believe Britling brotherhood century church citizen common consciousness constitutions democracy democratic desire dominant economic employer equal existence expression fact forces Fourteenth Amendment freedom fundamental geography of Europe gynocratic caste Hegel Hermann Kretzschmar hours of labor human progress idea ideal of science ideals in business individual industrial interest John Dewey knowledge legislation liberty literature living means ment method mind modern moral movement nature Neo-realism ness never organization practical principle problems Professor public schools purpose of business question race realization religion religious result Robert Morss Lovett scientific scientific method sense separation of powers society spelling spirit Supreme Court teach teachers things thought tically tion trade-union trade-unionists truth union universal wages women
Page 293 - the production of masterpieces, seeking like Milton " to leave something so written to aftertimes as they should not willingly let it die." On the contrary, in these days of popular education, everyone writes, or threatens to do so, and measures
Page 318 - smile in secret, looking over wasted lands, Blight and famine, plague and earthquake, roaring deeps and fiery sands, Clanging fights, and flaming towns, and sinking ships, and praying hands. And,
Page 60 - interest is often an unsafe guide and the legislature may properly interpose its authority. It may not be improper to suggest in this connection that although the prosecution in this case was against the employer of labor, who apparently, under the statute, is the only one liable, his defense is not so much that his right to contract has been infringed
Page 72 - petitioner's contention would seem to be that a city could not be formed or enlarged against the resistance of an occupant of the ground, and that if it grows at all it can only grow as the environment of the occupations that are usually banished to the purlieus.
Page 141 - God hath framed the mind of man as a glass capable of the image of the universal world For knowledge is a double of that which is," said Bacon. According to the pragmatists
Page 63 - becomes an object of public interest and care in order to preserve the strength and vigor of the race. The
Page 11 - existed, a greater theoretical willingness to judge by the individual than by the class, a breezy indifference to authority and a positive predilection for innovation, a marked alertness of mind, and a manifold variety of interest— above all, an inextinguishable hopefulness and courage. It is easy to lay one's finger in America
Page 72 - It is to be remembered that we are dealing with one of the most essential powers of government, one that is least limitable. It may indeed seem harsh in its exercise,