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moral obligation to be intelligent
|Statement||Lionel Trilling ; [introduction by Leon Wieseltier].|
|LC Classifications||PS3539.R56 M6 2008|
|The Physical Object|
|LC Control Number||2008008576|
Having only recently been introduced to the writings of Lionel Trilling through his book of essays entitled The Moral Obligation to be Intelligent, this led me inexorably to the original essay of this title by John English professor at Columbia University in New York, Erskine was highly influential for creating a course on The Great Books in which students were given the task of. The Moral Obligation to Be Intelligent: Selected Essays of Lionel Trilling - Ebook written by Lionel Trilling. Read this book using Google Play Books app on your PC, android, iOS devices. Download for offline reading, highlight, bookmark or take notes while you read The Moral Obligation to Be Intelligent: Selected Essays of Lionel Trilling.5/5(1).
The Moral Obligation to be Intelligent Greetings and congratulations from the more than members of the faculty of the University of Pennsylvania; scholars from nearly every academic discipline, from American diplomatic history to Zebrafish genetics, from Z-algebras to Acute demyelinating encephalomyelitis, and many equally engaging stops. Lee "The Moral Obligation to Be Intelligent Selected Essays of Lionel Trilling" por Lionel Trilling disponible en Rakuten Kobo. A landmark reissue of a great teacher's finest work Lionel Trilling was, during his lifetime, generally acknowledged to.
The Moral Obligation to Be Intelligent Eliot, Frost; on "Art and Neurosis"; and the famous Preface to Trilling's book The Liberal Imagination. This exhilarating work has much to teach readers who may have been encouraged to adopt simpler systems of meaning, or were taught to exchange the ideals of reason and individuality for those of. Do we have a moral obligation to be intelligent? That is an important question we each must answer in the affirmative. I believe, based on the promises we make to each other, we are, indeed, obligated — not needed or required — to be intelligent because a mass of more intelligent people means smarter solutions beyond the levels of base emotion and political and religious sloganeering.
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On Sunday 7/30/00, The New York Times carried a review of "The Moral Obligation to be Intelligent" -- an article by Edward Rothstein entitled, "Dated.
Perhaps, But His Insights Remain Powerful" -- Rothstein's insights are useful and I agree with most of them, but I found more than Rothstein had space or inclination to by: The Moral Obligation to Be Intelligent 作者: Lionel Trilling 出版社: Northwestern University Press 副标题: Selected Essays 出版年: 页数: 定价: USD 装.
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Everyday low prices and free delivery on eligible s: This course taught the classics in translation instead of the original Latin or Greek, a concept he elaborated in his noted essay The Moral Obligation to Be Intelligent. He found little support for the course from the senior faculty, and junior faculty members like Mark Van Doren and later afterMortimer Adler took up sections of the course.
on “The Moral Obligation to be Intelligent” was composed as a Phi Beta Kappa oration, and delivered at Amherst College just before the war [World War I] began. It was first printed in the Hibbert Journal, and on its appearance it was attacked by some British readers who saw in it a. The Moral Obligation to Be Intelligent book.
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The Moral Obligation to Be Intelligent is the result. It contains thirty of Trilling’s finest essays, his two famous prefaces to The Liberal Imagination and Beyond Culture, and a well-judged introduction by Wieseltier.
It is exactly what anyone who has no. Title: The Moral Obligation To Be Intelligent: Selected Essays Format: Paperback Product dimensions: pages, X X in Shipping dimensions: pages, X X in Published: August 1, Publisher: Northwestern University Press Language: English.
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taught at Columbia University from until his death and was the author of many books, including Matthew Arnold and a novel, The Middle of the Journey. Leon Wieseltier is literary editor of The Cited by: Recently I read a fascinating essay by American educator John Erskine, “The Moral Obligation to be Intelligent.” Writing inErskine presents, appealing to various literary sources, a crisis in the Western mind.
The Moral Obligation to Be Intelligent: Selected Essays of Lionel Trilling by Lionel Trilling, Leon Wieseltier Lionel Trilling NOOK Book First Edition (eBook - First Edition)Brand: Farrar, Straus and Giroux.I will focus on genes for intelligence and sex selection.
I will defend a principle which I call Procreative Beneficence: couples (or single reproducers) should select the child, of the possible children they could have, who is expected to have the best life, or at least as good a life as the others, based on the relevant, available information.One can recommend this book as either an introduction to or a reminder of one of the few intelligent men of our time toward whose work an intellectual obligation still exists."--Richard Gilman, New York Times Book Review "There was never just one thing, in [Trilling's] work.