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Letters Of Sidney Hook Democracy Communism And The Cold War

Author: Sidney Hook
Publisher: Routledge
ISBN: 1317466187
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Sidney Hook (1902-1989) is known for his participation in the public debates about communism, the Soviet Union and the Cold War. These letters, drawn from the Hook collection at the Hoover Institution, provide an insight into US intellectual and political history.

Irving Howe

Author: Gerald Sorin
Publisher: NYU Press
ISBN: 0814798217
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An illuminating biography of an American intellectual and one of the century's most important public thinkers whose commitment to social reform was balanced by his love of fiction, poetry, baseball, and music.

Young Sidney Hook

Author: Christopher Phelps
Publisher: Cornell University Press
ISBN: 9780801433283
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In the first biography of philosopher Sidney Hook since his death in 1989, Christopher Phelps vividly describes the neglected early thought and political history of this important New York intellectual. Phelps chronicles Hook's early years and explores the contributions young Hook made to social theory, ethics, politics, epistemology, and discussions of scientific method. 12 photos.

Who S Who In Hell

Author: Warren Allen Smith
Publisher: Barricade Books Incorporated
ISBN:
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This listing of several thousand nonbelievers includes ancients such as Euripides; French revolutionaries and statements by or about countless individuals including Sir Arthur C. Clarke, Hugh Hefner, Jack Nicholson, Sally Jesse Raphael, Christopher Reeve, Salman Rushdie, Carl Sagan, Ted Turner and Jesse Ventura. This book makes a case not only for the respectability of nonbelievers but also for their positive outlooks and creativity.

Sidney Hook Reconsidered

Author: Matthew J. Cotter
Publisher: Pyr Books
ISBN:
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"With a full bibliography of Hook's works and reviews of them, plus an afterword by Richard Rorty, this collection of essays presents a reassessment of one of the United States' most misunderstood public philosophers and will make provocative reading for anyone interested in the intellectual history of the cold war and the complex socio-politics of the twentieth century."--BOOK JACKET.

The New Encyclopedia Of Unbelief

Author: Tom Flynn
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ISBN: 9781591023913
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A comprehensive reference work on the history, beliefs, and thinking of America's growing minority: those who live without religion. It describes and explains various aspects of atheism, agnosticism, secular humanism, secularism, and religious scepticism.

Nicolas Nabokov

Author: Vincent Giroud
Publisher: Oxford University Press
ISBN: 0199399913
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Composer, cultural diplomat, and man about town, Nicolas Nabokov (1903-78) counted among his intimate friends everyone from Igor Stravinsky to George Kennan. While today he is overshadowed by his more famous cousin Vladimir, Nicolas Nabokov was during his lifetime an outstanding and far-sighted player in international cultural exchanges during the Cold War and admired by some of the most distinguished minds of his century for his political acumen and his talents as a composer. This first-ever biography of Nabokov follows the fascinating stages of his life: a privileged childhood before the Revolution; the beginnings of a promising musical career launched under the aegis of Diaghilev; his involvement in anti-Stalinist causes in the first years of the Cold War; his participation in the Congress for Cultural Freedom; his role as cultural advisor to the Mayor of Berlin and director of the Berlin Festival in the early 1960s; his American academic and musical career in the late 1960s and 1970s. Nabokov is unique not only in that he was involved on a high level in international cultural politics, but also in that his life intersected at all times with a vast array of people within - and also well beyond - the confines of classical music. Drawing on a vast array of primary sources, Vincent Giroud's biography opens a window into history for readers interested in twentieth-century music, Russian emigration, and the Cold War, particularly in its cultural aspects. Musicians and musicologists interested in Nabokov as a composer, or in twentieth century Russian composers in general, will find in this book information not available anywhere else.