"The art of being wise is the art of knowing what to overlook."
“Royce, you're being photographed! Look out! I say, Damn the Absolute!” —William James. http://tpr.ly/1KXWH3O
Ruth Anna Putnam
Cambridge University Press, Apr 13, 1997 - Philosophy - 406 pages
Interpreting the universe after a social analogy Intimacy panpsychism and a finite god in a pluralistic universe
Moral philosophy and the development of morality
Some of lifes ideals
A shelter of the mind Henry William and the domestic scene
The Jameses: a family narrative
Farrar, Straus, and Giroux, 1991 - 695 頁
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1991無預覽關於作者 (1991)Chicago native Richard Warrington Baldwin Lewis, the son of Leicester and Beatrix (Baldwin) Lewis, was born on November 1, 1917. Lewis was educated in Switzerland, at Phillips Exeter Academy, at Harvard University, at the University of Chicago, where he received his M.A. in 1941. Lewis spent World War II engaged primarily in intelligence work for the British. Following the war, he began a long academic teaching career, focused mainly on American literature and social studies, at Bennington College and Princeton, Rutgers, and Yale universities. Lewis has created such critical and biographical books on authors and 19th-century United States history as The American Adam (1955), Edith Wharton (a 1975 biography that won the Pulitzer Prize, Bancroft, and Critics Circle awards), and The Jameses: A Family Narrative, about author Henry James and his family.
書目資訊書名The Jameses: a family narrative
作者Richard Warrington Baldwin Lewis
版本圖解出版者Farrar, Straus, and Giroux, 1991