Evolutionary Thought in America: How Scientific Theories of Evolution Have Effected Social and Humanistic Thought. Stow Persons.

Evolutionary Thought in America: How Scientific Theories of Evolution Have Effected Social and Humanistic Thought.

New York: George Braziller, 1956. First Edition. Hardbound. Octavo in roughly worn dust jacket, 462 pp., b/w illustrations, index. Good. Item #3352

Preface by Person. Articles are "The Rise and Impact of Evolutionary Ideas," Robert Scoon, "Evolution in Its Relation to the Philosophy of Nature and the Philosophy of Culture," F.S.C. Northrup, "The Genetic Nature of Differences Among Men," Theodosius Dobzhansky, "Evolution and American Sociology," Robert E.L. Faris, "The Impact of the Idea of Evolution on the American Political and Constitutional Tradition," Edward S. Corwin, "Evolutionism in American Economics, 1800-1946," Joseph L. Spengler, "The Influence of Evolutionary Theory Upon American Psychological Thought," Edwin G. Boring, "Naturalism in American Literature," Malcolm Cowley, "The Idea of Organic Expression and American Architecture," Donald Drew Egbert, "Evolution and Moral Theory in America," William F. Quillian, Jr., "Evolution and Theology in America," Stow Persons.

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