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Reinhold Niebuhr and John Dewey
An American Odyssey
Reinhold Niebuhr and John Dewey
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Daniel F. Rice - Author
Price: $59.50 
Hardcover - 396 pages
Release Date: April 1993
ISBN10: 0-7914-1345-4
ISBN13: 978-0-7914-1345-6

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Paperback - 396 pages
Release Date: March 1993
ISBN10: 0-7914-1346-2
ISBN13: 978-0-7914-1346-3

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Reinhold Niebuhr and John Dewey frequently have been identified as the most influential American philosophers of their respective times. Although their direct contact in print and in political action was marginal, their substantive conflict over such issues as religion, naturalism, the liberal tradition, and democracy both reflected and shaped much of America's inner dialogue from 1932 to mid-century and beyond. In this intriguing book, Daniel Rice makes a strong case that, although the clash between Niebuhr and Dewey was real and important, in a wider context the two shared more insights than either realized.

"There is no other book that centers on a critical comparison of Niebuhr and Dewey. I have found Rice's book informative because of his use of unpublished sources--archives, oral histories, and interviews. He combines this research with original analytical insights. While the book focuses on two individuals, it illuminates a whole era of American social and intellectual history--an era that still influences us today."
-- Roger L. Shinn, Union Theological Seminary, New York

Daniel F. Rice
is Professor of Religious Studies at the University of Wisconsin, Eau Claire and is the author of a correspondence essay on "Felix Frankfurter and Reinhold Niebuhr: 1940-1964" which appeared in the Journal of Law and Religion (I:2, 1983).


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Table of Contents

Illustrations

Foreword

Acknowledgments

Part One: Conflict Through Time

1. The Early Years

2. Queries: Pragmatic and Social

3. The Opening Attack on Liberalism

4. The Dialogue Begins in Earnest

5. A "Common Faith"

6. A Broadening Out of the Issues

7. Conflict in the Closing Years

Part Two: The Major Issues

8. Conflict over Naturalism

9. The "Human Studies"

10. Appraoches to Religion

11. The Liberal Tradition

12. Democracy

Afterword

Notes

Index



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