|Statement||by Colin Maher.|
|LC Classifications||PS2432 .M3|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||xvi, 221 p. ;|
|Number of Pages||221|
|LC Control Number||76373552|
THE DUALISM OF PAUL ELMER MORE I. INTRODUCTION* Paul Elmer More's philosophy was self-styled 'dualism', and because developed initially from a student's enthusiasm instigated by a book on Manicheism, has often been misinterpreted.' In this paper, on the basis of More's long development, I shall try to survey the nuances of his 'dualism'. DEFINITIONS OF DUALISM by Paul Elmer More I THE life of man consists of impulses which spring from the coming together of inner desires and outer impressions. By the word desires is here not meant the intelligent want of a definite object, but the mere outreaching of vital energy. Paul Elmer More's philosophy was self-styled ‘dualism’, and because developed initially from a student's enthusiasm instigated by a book on Manicheism, has often . Buy The dualism of Paul Elmer More: the essential structure of religious thought and the incarnation;: Christ the type of unity of opposites. [Address before Religion, Charleston, S.C., Feb. 23, ] by Paul Grimley Kuntz (ISBN:) from Amazon's Book Store. Everyday low Author: Paul Grimley Kuntz.
None of the Humanists made more of that relation than Paul Elmer More, whose essays often employ biography to illustrate a point. But More’s own life was equally a lesson in the relation of life and letters: his early reading of the Romantics affected his perception of his own experience of life. Paul Elmer More is an obscure early 20th century writer who, among other things, has written a trilogy of books on Plato and his followers. A few years ago, I read More's Hellenistic Philosophies (the third book in the trilogy) in preparation for a class I was teaching on Alexander the Great. Frankly, it was excellent. Clear, concise, comprehensive, and a good deal cheaper than the standard. Dakin’s study of More, combining thorough scholarship with deep understanding, is unlikely to be supplanted as the authoritative biography. Originally published in The Princeton Legacy Library uses the latest print-on-demand technology to again make available previously out-of-print books from the distinguished backlist of Princeton. Paul Elmer More: | | | |Paul Elmer More| | | | | Bor World Heritage Encyclopedia, the aggregation of the largest online encyclopedias available, and the most.
The Dualism of Paul Elmer More - Volume 16 Issue 4 - Paul Grimley KuntzAuthor: Paul Grimley Kuntz. Writings of Paul Elmer More Paul Elmer More (), with Irving Babbitt a proponent of the New Humanism, was an outstanding American critic and scholar. His writings display erudition, good sense, forceful argument and far-reaching concerns. Studies of Religious Dualism book. Read reviews from world’s largest community for readers. Shelburne Essays, by Paul Elmer More, a collection of literar 3/5(1). Paul Elmer More has 54 books on Goodreads with ratings. Paul Elmer More’s most popular book is Anglicanism: The Thought and Practice of the Church of.