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The Pendulum Swings Back

by Marvin M. Black
Format
Book; Online; EBook
Published
Nashville : Cokesbury Press, [♭1938]
Language
English
Contents
  • The mechanistic theory becomes bankrupt
  • Biology seeks a "more beyond"
  • William McDougall and contemporary psychology
  • Psychic research -a challenge to mechanism
  • Lamarckism and its philosophical implications --Contemporary medicine and the "soul"
  • Lester Ward and contemporary social philosophy
  • Journalistic education and the synoptic viewpoint
  • Cultural anthropology and the "new history"
  • Back to the "great tradition."
Description
229 pages ; 21 cm
Mode of access: Internet.
Notes
"Suggested list of readings" at end of each chapter.
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