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Dictionary of the history of ideas ; : studies of selected pivotal ideas, Philip P. Wiener, editor in chief

Label
Dictionary of the history of ideas ; : studies of selected pivotal ideas
Title
Dictionary of the history of ideas ;
Title remainder
studies of selected pivotal ideas
Statement of responsibility
Philip P. Wiener, editor in chief
Contributor
Subject
Genre
Language
eng
Summary
Contains overviews of religious, intellectual, literary, economic, political, and scientific concepts
Cataloging source
DLC
Dewey number
909
Index
no index present
LC call number
CB5
LC item number
.D52
Literary form
non fiction
Nature of contents
  • bibliography
  • dictionaries
NLM call number
CB 5
NLM item number
D554 1973
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1905-1992
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Wiener, Philip P.
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  • Civilization
  • Intellectual life
  • Civilization
  • Electronic books
  • Civilisation
  • Ideeëngeschiedenis
  • Ideengeschichte
  • Wörterbuch
Label
Dictionary of the history of ideas ; : studies of selected pivotal ideas, Philip P. Wiener, editor in chief
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Publication
Bibliography note
Includes bibliographies
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volume
Carrier category code
nc
Carrier MARC source
rdacarrier
Content category
text
Content type code
txt
Content type MARC source
rdacontent
Contents
  • v. 1. Abstraction in the formulation of concepts, to Design argument.--v. 2. Despotism, to Law, common.--v. 3. Law, conception of, to Protest movements.--v. 4. Psychological ideas, to Zeitgeist.--[5] Index
  • v. 1. Abstraction in the formulation of concepts -- Academic freedom -- Agnosticism -- Alchemy -- Alienation in christian theology -- Alienation in hegel and marx -- Allegory in literary history -- Ambiguity as aethestic principle -- Analogy in early greek thought -- Analogy in patristic and medieval thought -- Analogy of the body politic -- Anarchism -- Ancients and moderns in the eighteenth century -- Anthropomorphism in science -- Antinomy of pure reason -- Appearance and reality -- Art and play -- Art for art's sake-- Association of ideas -- Astrology -- Atomism: antiquity to the seventeenth century -- Atomism in the seventeenth century -- Authority -- Axiomatization -- Baconianism -- Balance of power -- Baroque in literature -- Theories of beauty to the mid-nineteenth century -- Theories of beauty since the mid-nineteenth century -- Behaviorism -- Biological conceptions in antiquity -- Biological conceptions in antiquity -- Biological homologies and analogies -- Biological models -- Buddhism -- Casuistry -- Catharsis -- Causation in history -- Causation in islamic thought -- Causation in law -- Causation in the seventeenth century -- Causation in the seventeenth century, final causes -- Certainty in the seventeenth-century thought -- Certainty since the seventeenth century -- Chain of being -- Chance -- Chance images -- China in western thought and culture -- Christianity in history -- Church as an institution -- Modernism in the christian church -- The city -- Civil disobedience -- Class -- Classicism in literature -- Classification of the arts -- Classification of the sciences -- Sense of the comic -- Conservatism -- Constitutionalism -- Continuity and discontinuity in nature and knowledge -- Cosmic fall -- Cosmic images -- Cosmic voyages -- Cosmology from antiquity to 1850 -- Cosmology since 1850 -- Creation in religion -- Creativity in art -- Crisis in history -- Literary criticism -- Cultural development in antiquity -- Culture and civilization in modern times -- Cycles -- Cynicism -- Death and immortality -- Deism -- Democracy -- Demonology. -- v. 2. Design argument -- Despotism -- Determinism in history -- Determinism in theology: predestination -- Double truth -- Dualism in philosophy and religion -- Economic history -- Economic theory of natural liberty -- Education -- Empathy -- Enlightenment -- The counter-enlightenment -- Entropy -- Environment -- Environment and culture -- Epicureanism and free wil -- Equality -- Equity in law and ethics -- Eschatology -- Problem of evil -- Evolution of literature -- Evolutionism -- Existentialism -- Experiemental science and mechanics in the middle ages -- Expressionism in literature -- Faith, hope, and charity -- Form in the history of aesthetics -- Fortune, fate, and chance -- Free will and determinism -- Free will in theology -- Legal concept of freedom -- Freedom of speech in antiquity -- Game theory -- General will -- Genetic continuity -- Genius from the renaissance to 1770 -- Genius: individualism in art and artists -- Musical genius -- Gnosticism -- Idea of god from prehistory to the middle ages -- Idea of god, 1400-1800 -- Idea of god since 1800 -- Concept of gothic -- Happiness and pleasure -- Harmony or rapture in music -- Health and disease -- Hegelian political and religious ideas -- Heresy in the middle ages -- Heresy, renaissance and later -- Hermeticism -- Hierarchy and order -- History and dialectical materialism -- Historicism -- Historiography -- The influence of ideas on ancient greek historiography -- Holy (the sacred) -- Humanism in italy -- Iconography -- Idea -- Ideal in philosophy from the renaissance to 1780 -- Ideology -- Ideology of soviet communism -- Impiety in the classical world -- Impressionism in art -- Imprinting and learning early in life -- Indeterminacy in physics -- Types of individualism -- Infinity -- Inheritance of acquired characteristics (lamarckian) -- Inheritance through pangenesis -- Irony -- Irrationalism in the history of philosophy -- Islamic conception of intellectual life -- Justice -- Study of language -- Ancient greek ideas of law -- Ancient roman ideas of law -- Common law. -- v. 3. Concept of law -- Due process in law -- Equal protection in law -- Natural law and natural rights -- Legal precedent -- Legal responsibility -- Liberalism -- Linguistics -- Linguistic theories in british seventeenth-century philosophy -- Literary paradox -- Literature and its cognates -- Longevity -- Love -- Loyalty -- Machiavellism -- Macrocosm and microcosm -- Man-machine from the greeks to the computer -- Marxism -- Marxist revisionism: from bernstein to modern forms -- Relativity of standards of mathematical rigor -- Mathematics in cultural history -- Changing concepts of matter from antiquity to newton -- Metaphor in philosophy -- Metaphor in religious discourse -- Metaphysical imagination -- Millenarianism -- Mimesis -- Moral sense -- Motif -- Motif in literature: the faust theme -- Literary attitudes towards mountains -- Music and science -- Music as a demonic art -- Music as a divine art -- Myth in antiquity -- Myth in bibical times -- Myth in the middle ages and the renaissance -- Myth in english literature: seventeenth and eighteenth centuries -- Myth in the eighteenth and early nineteenth centures -- Myth in the nineteenth and twentieth centures -- Medieval and renaissance ideas of nation -- Nationalism -- Naturalism in art -- Nature -- Necessity -- Neo-classicism in art -- Neo-platonism -- Newton and the method of analysis -- Newton's opticks and eighteenth-century imagination -- Number -- Optics and vision -- Organicism -- Oriental ideas in american thought -- Ethics of peace -- International peace -- Perennial philosophy -- Perfectibility of man -- Periodization in literary history -- Philanthropy -- Pietism -- Rhetoric and literary theory in platonism -- Platonism in philosophy and poetry -- Platonism in the renaissance -- Platonism since the enlightenment -- Poetry and poetics from antiquity to the mid-eighteenth century -- Positivism in europe to 1900 -- Positivism in latin america -- Positivism in the twentieth century (logical empiricism) -- Pragmatism -- Pre-platonic conceptions of human nature -- Primitivism -- Primitivism in the eighteenth century -- Probability: objective theory -- Progress in classical antiquity -- Progress in the modern era -- Property -- Prophecy in hebrew scripture -- Prophecy in the middle ages -- Protest movements. -- v. 4. Psychological ideas in antiquity -- Psychological schools in european thought -- Psychological theories in american thought -- Pythagorean doctrines to 300 b.c. -- Pythagorean harmony of the universe -- Ramism -- Rationality among the greeks and romans -- Realism in literature -- Recapitulation -- Reformation -- Relativism in ethics -- Relativity -- Origins of religion -- Ritual in religion -- Religion and science in the nineteenth century -- Religious enlightenment in american thought -- Religious toleration -- Idea of renaissance -- Renaissance idea of the dignity of man -- Renaissance literature and historiography -- Revolution -- Rhetoric after plato -- Right and good -- Romanticism (ca. 1780-ca. 1830) -- Romanticism in post-kantian philosophy -- Satire -- Victorian sensibility and sentiment -- Sin and salvation -- Skepticism in antiquity -- Skepticism in modern thought -- Social contract -- Social deomocracy in germany and revisionism -- Formal theories of social welfare -- Socialism from antiquity to marx -- Space -- Spontaneous generation -- The state -- Ethics of stoicism -- Structuralism -- Style in literature -- Sublime in external nature -- Symbol and symbolism in literature -- Symmetry and asymmetry -- Taste in the history of aesthetics from the renaissance to 1770 -- Technology -- Temperance (sophrosyne) and the canon of the cardinal virtues -- Theodicy -- Theriophily -- Time -- Time and measurement -- Totalitarianism -- Sense of the tragic -- Uniformitarianism and catastrophism -- Uniformitarianism in linguistics -- Unity of science from plato to kant -- Universal man -- Utilitarianism -- Utility and value in economic thought -- Utopia -- Ut pictura poesis -- Virtu in and since the renaissance -- Virtuoso -- Volksgeist -- Vox populi -- War and militarism -- Welfare state -- Wisdom of the fool -- Witchcraft -- Social attitudes towards women -- work -- Zeitgeist
Control code
795754
Dimensions
29 cm
Dimensions
other
Extent
5 volumes
Isbn
9780684132938
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Lccn
72007943
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unmediated
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rdamedia
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n
Specific material designation
remote
System control number
(WaOLN)323006
Label
Dictionary of the history of ideas ; : studies of selected pivotal ideas, Philip P. Wiener, editor in chief
Publication
Bibliography note
Includes bibliographies
Carrier category
volume
Carrier category code
nc
Carrier MARC source
rdacarrier
Content category
text
Content type code
txt
Content type MARC source
rdacontent
Contents
  • v. 1. Abstraction in the formulation of concepts, to Design argument.--v. 2. Despotism, to Law, common.--v. 3. Law, conception of, to Protest movements.--v. 4. Psychological ideas, to Zeitgeist.--[5] Index
  • v. 1. Abstraction in the formulation of concepts -- Academic freedom -- Agnosticism -- Alchemy -- Alienation in christian theology -- Alienation in hegel and marx -- Allegory in literary history -- Ambiguity as aethestic principle -- Analogy in early greek thought -- Analogy in patristic and medieval thought -- Analogy of the body politic -- Anarchism -- Ancients and moderns in the eighteenth century -- Anthropomorphism in science -- Antinomy of pure reason -- Appearance and reality -- Art and play -- Art for art's sake-- Association of ideas -- Astrology -- Atomism: antiquity to the seventeenth century -- Atomism in the seventeenth century -- Authority -- Axiomatization -- Baconianism -- Balance of power -- Baroque in literature -- Theories of beauty to the mid-nineteenth century -- Theories of beauty since the mid-nineteenth century -- Behaviorism -- Biological conceptions in antiquity -- Biological conceptions in antiquity -- Biological homologies and analogies -- Biological models -- Buddhism -- Casuistry -- Catharsis -- Causation in history -- Causation in islamic thought -- Causation in law -- Causation in the seventeenth century -- Causation in the seventeenth century, final causes -- Certainty in the seventeenth-century thought -- Certainty since the seventeenth century -- Chain of being -- Chance -- Chance images -- China in western thought and culture -- Christianity in history -- Church as an institution -- Modernism in the christian church -- The city -- Civil disobedience -- Class -- Classicism in literature -- Classification of the arts -- Classification of the sciences -- Sense of the comic -- Conservatism -- Constitutionalism -- Continuity and discontinuity in nature and knowledge -- Cosmic fall -- Cosmic images -- Cosmic voyages -- Cosmology from antiquity to 1850 -- Cosmology since 1850 -- Creation in religion -- Creativity in art -- Crisis in history -- Literary criticism -- Cultural development in antiquity -- Culture and civilization in modern times -- Cycles -- Cynicism -- Death and immortality -- Deism -- Democracy -- Demonology. -- v. 2. Design argument -- Despotism -- Determinism in history -- Determinism in theology: predestination -- Double truth -- Dualism in philosophy and religion -- Economic history -- Economic theory of natural liberty -- Education -- Empathy -- Enlightenment -- The counter-enlightenment -- Entropy -- Environment -- Environment and culture -- Epicureanism and free wil -- Equality -- Equity in law and ethics -- Eschatology -- Problem of evil -- Evolution of literature -- Evolutionism -- Existentialism -- Experiemental science and mechanics in the middle ages -- Expressionism in literature -- Faith, hope, and charity -- Form in the history of aesthetics -- Fortune, fate, and chance -- Free will and determinism -- Free will in theology -- Legal concept of freedom -- Freedom of speech in antiquity -- Game theory -- General will -- Genetic continuity -- Genius from the renaissance to 1770 -- Genius: individualism in art and artists -- Musical genius -- Gnosticism -- Idea of god from prehistory to the middle ages -- Idea of god, 1400-1800 -- Idea of god since 1800 -- Concept of gothic -- Happiness and pleasure -- Harmony or rapture in music -- Health and disease -- Hegelian political and religious ideas -- Heresy in the middle ages -- Heresy, renaissance and later -- Hermeticism -- Hierarchy and order -- History and dialectical materialism -- Historicism -- Historiography -- The influence of ideas on ancient greek historiography -- Holy (the sacred) -- Humanism in italy -- Iconography -- Idea -- Ideal in philosophy from the renaissance to 1780 -- Ideology -- Ideology of soviet communism -- Impiety in the classical world -- Impressionism in art -- Imprinting and learning early in life -- Indeterminacy in physics -- Types of individualism -- Infinity -- Inheritance of acquired characteristics (lamarckian) -- Inheritance through pangenesis -- Irony -- Irrationalism in the history of philosophy -- Islamic conception of intellectual life -- Justice -- Study of language -- Ancient greek ideas of law -- Ancient roman ideas of law -- Common law. -- v. 3. Concept of law -- Due process in law -- Equal protection in law -- Natural law and natural rights -- Legal precedent -- Legal responsibility -- Liberalism -- Linguistics -- Linguistic theories in british seventeenth-century philosophy -- Literary paradox -- Literature and its cognates -- Longevity -- Love -- Loyalty -- Machiavellism -- Macrocosm and microcosm -- Man-machine from the greeks to the computer -- Marxism -- Marxist revisionism: from bernstein to modern forms -- Relativity of standards of mathematical rigor -- Mathematics in cultural history -- Changing concepts of matter from antiquity to newton -- Metaphor in philosophy -- Metaphor in religious discourse -- Metaphysical imagination -- Millenarianism -- Mimesis -- Moral sense -- Motif -- Motif in literature: the faust theme -- Literary attitudes towards mountains -- Music and science -- Music as a demonic art -- Music as a divine art -- Myth in antiquity -- Myth in bibical times -- Myth in the middle ages and the renaissance -- Myth in english literature: seventeenth and eighteenth centuries -- Myth in the eighteenth and early nineteenth centures -- Myth in the nineteenth and twentieth centures -- Medieval and renaissance ideas of nation -- Nationalism -- Naturalism in art -- Nature -- Necessity -- Neo-classicism in art -- Neo-platonism -- Newton and the method of analysis -- Newton's opticks and eighteenth-century imagination -- Number -- Optics and vision -- Organicism -- Oriental ideas in american thought -- Ethics of peace -- International peace -- Perennial philosophy -- Perfectibility of man -- Periodization in literary history -- Philanthropy -- Pietism -- Rhetoric and literary theory in platonism -- Platonism in philosophy and poetry -- Platonism in the renaissance -- Platonism since the enlightenment -- Poetry and poetics from antiquity to the mid-eighteenth century -- Positivism in europe to 1900 -- Positivism in latin america -- Positivism in the twentieth century (logical empiricism) -- Pragmatism -- Pre-platonic conceptions of human nature -- Primitivism -- Primitivism in the eighteenth century -- Probability: objective theory -- Progress in classical antiquity -- Progress in the modern era -- Property -- Prophecy in hebrew scripture -- Prophecy in the middle ages -- Protest movements. -- v. 4. Psychological ideas in antiquity -- Psychological schools in european thought -- Psychological theories in american thought -- Pythagorean doctrines to 300 b.c. -- Pythagorean harmony of the universe -- Ramism -- Rationality among the greeks and romans -- Realism in literature -- Recapitulation -- Reformation -- Relativism in ethics -- Relativity -- Origins of religion -- Ritual in religion -- Religion and science in the nineteenth century -- Religious enlightenment in american thought -- Religious toleration -- Idea of renaissance -- Renaissance idea of the dignity of man -- Renaissance literature and historiography -- Revolution -- Rhetoric after plato -- Right and good -- Romanticism (ca. 1780-ca. 1830) -- Romanticism in post-kantian philosophy -- Satire -- Victorian sensibility and sentiment -- Sin and salvation -- Skepticism in antiquity -- Skepticism in modern thought -- Social contract -- Social deomocracy in germany and revisionism -- Formal theories of social welfare -- Socialism from antiquity to marx -- Space -- Spontaneous generation -- The state -- Ethics of stoicism -- Structuralism -- Style in literature -- Sublime in external nature -- Symbol and symbolism in literature -- Symmetry and asymmetry -- Taste in the history of aesthetics from the renaissance to 1770 -- Technology -- Temperance (sophrosyne) and the canon of the cardinal virtues -- Theodicy -- Theriophily -- Time -- Time and measurement -- Totalitarianism -- Sense of the tragic -- Uniformitarianism and catastrophism -- Uniformitarianism in linguistics -- Unity of science from plato to kant -- Universal man -- Utilitarianism -- Utility and value in economic thought -- Utopia -- Ut pictura poesis -- Virtu in and since the renaissance -- Virtuoso -- Volksgeist -- Vox populi -- War and militarism -- Welfare state -- Wisdom of the fool -- Witchcraft -- Social attitudes towards women -- work -- Zeitgeist
Control code
795754
Dimensions
29 cm
Dimensions
other
Extent
5 volumes
Isbn
9780684132938
Isbn Type
(set)
Lccn
72007943
Media category
unmediated
Media MARC source
rdamedia
Media type code
n
Specific material designation
remote
System control number
(WaOLN)323006

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