A study of the life & views of the noted British critic & philosopher, & of his neo-classical & neo-conservative philosophy. Valuable as a study of the cultural scene in Europe & the United States in the years before World War I. Provides interesting insights & sidelights into the works & characters of such luminaries as Henri Bergson, Georges Sorel & Edmund Husserl.
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E HUMANISM AND THE PERFECTIBILITY
A NEW CLASSICISM?
THE INFLUENCE OF BERGSON
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