Liberalism and Intelligence Fourth John Dewey Memorial Lecture Bennington College, Bennington, Vermont
Nagel, Ernest

Bennington, Vermont: Bennington College, 1957. F 23 pages; lecture on the values of the freedom of liberal thought by Ernest Nagel (1901 - 1985) philosopher of science and long-term professor at Columbia "...Consistent with his other philosophical views, Nagel was critical of those historians who have tried to establish, on a speculative basis, general historical laws. In contrast, he was sympathetic with historians who attempt to propose tentative but intricate explanations of important historical events...He was among the most prominent philosophers of science in the United States of his generation..." (Patrick Suppes in the ANB) Approx. 6" x 9" size; plain stapled light blue printed paper covers; a little light wear to the binding, edge-color fade; contents clean and in very good condition. Very Good Paperback (Item ID: 25560)


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