Title: The Unrealists: James, Bergson, Santayana, Einstein, Bertrand Russell, John Dewey, Alexander and Whitehead
Author: Harvey Wickham
Description: Green cloth boards with gilt lettering spine and the publisher's logo stamped in blind on the front cover. Interior is clean and unmarked. Dust jacket has large chip to top of front panel; not price clipped; in a clear archival sleeve. Six portraits on plates (including frontispiece). ix, 314 pages. 8 x 5.5 inches.
The Unrealists completes Harvey Wickham's trilogy that began with The Misbehaviorists and continued in The Impuritans. In all the modernist thinkers he attacks here he finds a certain greatness, which, however, only makes them the more dangerous when they step out into Unrealism and deny the two great realities of God and the Soul. Wickham shows how their philosophies have divorced thought from life, and made a balanced, happy existence impossible for countless people. He applies his sarcastic wit upon William James, Henri Bergson, George Santayana, Albert Einstein, Bertrand Russell, John Dewey, Samuel Alexander, and Alfred North Whitehead.
Condition: Near Fine
Jacket Condition: Good
Publisher: Lincoln Mac Veagh - The Dial Press
Place: New York
Keywords: philosophy, criticism, Christian apologetics, MacVeagh,
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