Freedom, its meaning,
by Benedetto Croce, Thomas Mann, Alfred N. Whitehead [and others] ... Planned and edited by Ruth Nanda Anshen.
|Editor:||Anshen, Ruth Nanda|
|Published:||New York, Harcourt, Brace [©1940]|
Prologue: Origin and aim by Ruth N. Anshen--
1. Freedom invades history:
Shotwell, J.T. Freedom--its history and meaning.
Croce, Benedetto. The roots of liberty.
Whitehead, A.N. Aspects of freedom.
Mann, Thomas. Freedom and equality.
Corwin, E.S. Liberty and juridical restraint.
Adams, J.T. Freedom in America.
Hu Shih. The modernization of China and Japan; a comparative study in cultural conflict and a consideration of freedom.
Tillich, Paul. Freedom in the period of transformation.
Bernstein, Felix. The balance of progress of freedom in history.
Gilson, Etienne. Medieval universalism and its present value in the concept of freedom
-- 2. Freedom for the mind:
Millikan, R.A. Science, freedom, and the world of tomorrow.
Conklin, E.G. Intellectual freedom.
Johnson, Alvin. Academic freedom.
Kingdon, Frank. Freedom for education.
Birkhoff, G.D. Institution, reason, and faith in science, and man's freedom --
3. Freedom in the body politic:
Russell, Bertrand. Freedom and government.
Perry, R.B. Liberty in a democratic state.
MacIver, R.M. The meaning of liberty and its perversions.
Beard, C.A. Freedom in political thought.
Clark J.M. Forms of economic liberty and what makes them important.
Salvemini, Gaetano. Democracy reconsidered.
Brandeis, L.D. True Americanism
-- 4. Cultural patterns for freedom:
Dewey, John. The problem of freedom.
Boas, Franz. Liberty among primitive people.
Einstein, Albert. Freedom and science.
Stefansson, Vilhjalmur. Was liberty invented?
Gerard, R.W. Organic freedom.
Philps, W.L. Freedom and literature.
Wallace, H.A. The genetic basis for democracy and freedom.
Haldane, J.B.S.A comparative study of freedom
-- 5. The essence of freedom:
Ryan J.A. Religion as the basis of the postulates of freedom.
Brightman, E.S. Freedom, purpose, and value.
Macmurray, John. Freedom in the personal nexus.
Bridgman, P.W. Freedom and the individual.
Riezler, Kurt. What is freedom?
Wertheimer, Max. A story of three days.
Montague, W.P. Freedom and nominalism.
Morris, Charles. The mechanism of freedom.
Demos, Raphael. Human freedom--positive and negative.
Bergson, Henri. Freedom and obligation.
Maritain, Jacques. The conquest of freedom
-- Epilogue: The liberties of man, by J.W. Schneider.