一九四三1943 年 五十三歲
"Force as An Instrument of Law and Government," In： Beyond Victory, ed. by Ruth Nanda Anshen (New York, Harcourt, Brace & Co., 1943), pp.174-189.
Beyond Victoryby Ruth Nanda Anshen
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The rights of man, by R. A. Anschen.--The nature of peace, by J. T. Shotwell.--World organization, by C. J. Hambro.--The interplay of cultures, by R. M. MacIver.--Has Christianity a future? By A. J. Toynbee.--Religion after the war, by W. P. Montague.--The family in the future, by M. Mead.--War and government, by C. J. Friedrich.--Economic organization for peace, by A. Hansen.--International Labor Organization and future social policy, by J. G. Winant.--Russia in the new world, by M. Karpovich.--Education and the future, by A. Meiklejohn.--Science and society in the post-war world, by J. B. Conant.--The end of imperialism, by J. Nehru.--The end of the political frontier, by W. H. Hamilton.--Force as an instrument of law and government, by Hu Shih.--The future role of the former colonial peoples, by R. Emerson.--Free enterprise and planned organization, by T. Arnold.--The people's cause, by H. A. Wallace.--Freedom in social security, by W. H. Beveridge.--The nature of man, by R. N. Anschen.
planned and edited by Ruth Nanda Anshen.
Published 1971 by Books for Libraries Press in Freeport, N.Y .
Written in English.
Table of Contents
|The rights of man, by R. A. Anschen.|
|The nature of peace, by J. T. Shotwell.|
|World organization, by C. J. Hambro.|
|The interplay of cultures, by R. M. MacIver.|
|Has Christianity a future? By A. J. Toynbee.|
|Religion after the war, by W. P. Montague.|
|The family in the future, by M. Mead.|
|War and government, by C. J. Friedrich.|
|Economic organization for peace, by A. Hansen.|
|International Labor Organization and future social policy, by J. G. Winant.|
|Russia in the new world, by M. Karpovich.|
|Education and the future, by A. Meiklejohn.|
|Science and society in the post-war world, by J. B. Conant.|
|The end of imperialism, by J. Nehru.|
|The end of the political frontier, by W. H. Hamilton.|
|Force as an instrument of law and government, by Hu Shih.|
|The future role of the former colonial peoples, by R. Emerson.|
|Free enterprise and planned organization, by T. Arnold.|
|The people's cause, by H. A. Wallace.|
|Freedom in social security, by W. H. Beveridge.|
|The nature of man, by R. N. Anschen.|
"Originally published as volume III in the Science and culture series."
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Ruth Nanda Anshen
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Ruth Nanda Anshen (June 14, 1900 – December 2, 2003) was an American philosopher, author and editor.
She was the author of several books including The Anatomy of Evil, Biography of An Idea, Morals Equals Manners and The Mystery of Consciousness: A Prescription for Human Survival.
Anshen was the editor of several series of books, including the World Perspectives Series, published by Harper & Row, of which volume nine was The Art of Loving by Erich Fromm and volume 44 was Deschooling Society by Ivan Illich. She also edited theReligious Perspectives Series, published by Harper & Row), Credo Perspectives Series, published by Pocket Books/Simon & Schuster, The Science of Culture Series, published by Harcourt Brace & Company, The Perspectives in Humanism Series, published by World Publishing Company, The Tree of Life Series published by Seabury Press, and The Convergence Series published byColumbia University Press.
She was a Fellow of the Royal Society of Arts of London, a member of the American Philosophical Association, the History of Science Society, the International Philosophical Society and the Metaphysical Society of America. In 1958, she established the Anshen-Columbia University Seminars on the Nature of Man.
Anshen died at age 103.
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- Deschooling Society, Ivan Illich, Harper & Row, 1971
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