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Social Change - Jay Weinstein
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Don Mills, ON, Canada: Oxford University Press,, 1982. pp. 277, b/w photographs, "Women have played an important but little known part in Australian socialist and Communist movement. This book documents the activity and vision of those women who fought against capitalism, oppression and injustice, in the hope of establishing a more humane social order. But this book goes beyond merely documenting the deeds of female activists and restoring their place in history. It also attempts to explore the subtle and often hidden ways in which issues relating to gender can define and influence politics and poltical life. The main focus of the book is an examination of gender relations within left wing organisations. It critiques the ways in which those are legitimized and reinforced, and considers how gendered concepts and meanings are constructed and reproduced within a historical context. The construction and representation of masculinity and femininity within the labour movement forms the basis of this analysis. A critical study of the language, ideas, iconography and traditions of the left can unravel ways in which gendered meanings and relations between men and women are reinforced and maintained. These themes are encapsulated and reflected in autobiographics by communists, which suggest the ways in which radical politics was a different social, cultural and political experience for men and for women. By exploring the relationship between gender and leftwing politics, this book attemps to show that firstly, women were not mere appendages of their male comrades, but were active participants in their own right, and secondly, how and why their activism was restricted by the existence of particular gender relations within the movement.". Hardcover. Very Good/Very Good. 8vo., Oxford University Press, 1982, Philosophical Library, New York, 1955. Hard Cover. Very Good/No Jacket. Lacks jacket. Spine & board edges slightly toned, front hinge just beginning to weaken along top edge. 1955 Hard Cover. xxiv, 1270 pp. 8vo. CONTENTS: Abailard, Peter (1079-1142) "On Sin"; Abravanel, Isaac (1437-1508) "The Interrupted Work"; Abravanel, Judah (c. 1460-1530) "Knowledge, Love and Desire"; Acosta, Uriel (1590-1647) "The Human Soul"; Adams, John (1735-1826) "On Self-Delusion"; Adler, Alfred (1870-1937) "The Style of Life"; Adler, Felix (1851-1933) "Immortality"; Albertus Magnus (1193-1280) "Analogy Between God and Man"; Albo Joseph (c. 1380-1445) "Laughter"; Alcott, Amos Bronson (1799-1888) "Table Talk"; Alcuin, Flaccus Albinus (c. 735-804) "Dialogue on the Virtues"; Alden, Joseph (1807-1885) "Conceptions of the Infinite"; Alexander, Samuel (1859-1938) "Philosophy and Theology"; Al-Farabi (c.870-950) "On Concepts"; Alghazzali, Abu Hamid Mohammed Ibn Ghazzali (1059-1111) "The Nature of Man; Al-Kindi (died 873 A.D.) "On the Subject of Intellect"; Allen, Ethan (1738-1789) "The Exercise of Reason"; Al-Mukammas, David Ibn Merwan (died c. 937) "The Three Grades of Science"; Anaxgoras (c. 500-428 B.C.) "Fragments"; Anaximander (610-c. 547 B.C.) "Fragments"; Anaximenes (c. 585-525 B.C.) "Fragments"; Anselm of Canterbury, Saint (1033-1109_ "No Greater Being"; Antisthenes (c. 445, 365 B.C.) "Apophtegms"; Aquinas, Thomas (1225-1274) "Whether the Intelligible Species Are Derived by the Soul from Certain Separate Forms?"; Arcesilaus (c. 315-240 B.C.) "Assent and Suspension"; Ardigo, Roberto (1828-1920) "Truth and Reason"' Aristipus (c. 435-366 B.C.) "Pleasure and Pain"; Aristotle (384-322 B.C.) "The Process of Change"; Aurelius Augustinus (Saint Augustine) (354-430) "What We Are to Believe"; Aurelius, Marcus Antoninus (121-180) "Vanitas"; Aurobindo, Sri (1872-1950) "The Indian Conception of Life"; Author of the Imitation of Chrust, an Unknown Carthusian Monk "The Thoughts of Death"; Avenarius, Richard (1843-1896) "The Two Axioms of Empirio-Criticism"; Avenpace (Ibn Badjdja) (End of 11th Century 1138) "On Human Perfection"; Averroes (Ibn Roshd) (1126-1198) "On Metaphisics"; Avicenna (979-1037) "Mental Essence"; Axelrod, Pavel Borrissovich (1850-1928) "A Marxist's Idealism"; Baader, Francis Xavier von (1765-1841) "God and the World"; Baal Shem-Tov (1700-1760) "The End-All of Knowledge"; Bacon, Francis (1561-1626) "Idols Which Beset Man's Mind"; Bacon, Roger (. 1214-1294) "Ont he Importance of Experience"; Bahya Ibn Pakuda (c. 1050) "Admonitions of the Soul" Bakunin,Michael (1814-1876) "Science and Life"; Barth, Karl (1886-) "Faith As Knowledge"; Beecher, Henry Ward (1813-1887) "Some Observations"; Benda, Julien (1867-) "Humanitarianism"; Bentham, Jeremy (1748-1832) "The Four Sources of Pleasure and Pain"; Berachyah (c. 12th or 13th Century) "The Compendium"; Berdyaev, Nicholas (1874-1948) "On Socialism"; Bergson, Henri (1859-1941) "Anima and Human Consciousness"; Berkeley, George (1685-1753) "Objects of Human Knowledge"; Bernard of Clairvaux, Saint (1091-1153) "Some Exclamations"; Boehme, jacob (1575-1624) "God Is All"; Boethius (475-524) "Every man Has His Cross"; Bolzano, Bernard (1781-1848) " On Correct Thinking"; Bonaventura, Saint (1221-1274) "On Francis of Assisi"; Boole, George (1815-1864) "The Place of Mathematics in the System of Human Knowledge"; Bosanquet, Bernard (1848-1923) "On the State"; Boutroux, Emile (1845-1921) "All Beings Tend Toward God"; Bowne, Borden Parker (1847-1910) "The Moral Life"; Bradley, Francis Herbert (1846-1924) "The Absolute"; Brandeis, Louis Dembitz (1856-1941) "Law and Democracy"; Brentano, Franz (1838-1917) "The Three Classes of Psychic Phenomena"; Bridgman, P.W. (1882-) "Scientist and Social Responsibility"; Bruno, Giordano (1548-1600) "A Philosophy of the Infinite Universe"; Brunschwicg, Leon (1869-1944) "On God"; Buber, Martin (1878) "God and the Soul"; Buddha, Gautama (c. 563-483 B.C.) "Some Teachings; Burckhardt, Jakob (1818-1897) "On War"; Burke, Edmund (1729-1797) "On Public Discontents"; Burroughs, John (1837-1921) Contradictions in Life"; Butler, Samuel (1835-1902) "Notes"; Calkins, Marcy Whiton (1863-1930) "Egoisma nd Altruism"; Campanella, Tommaso (1568-1639) "On State Controlled Marriage"; Cardozo, Benjamin Nathan (1870-1938) "Law and Liberty"; Carlyle, Thomas (1795-1881) "History of the History of Heroes"; Carneades (c. 214-129 B.C.) "The Fallacy of the Criterion of Truth"; Carus, Paul (1852-1919) "Monism"; Cassirer, Ernst (1874-1945) "Man, an Animal Symbolism"; Chernyshevsky, Nicolai Gavrilovich (1828-1889) "The Evolution of language"; Chrysippus (c. 280-207 B.C.) "The Common Nature and Its Reason); Chuang Chou (c. 340-280 B.C.) "Excursions into Freedom"; Cicero, Marcus Tullius (106-43 B.C.) "On Friendship, "On Justice"; Cleanthes (310-232 B.C.) "Hymn to Zeus"; Clemenceau, Georges (1841-1929) "Knowledge and Emotion"; Clement of Alexandria (c. 150-215) "Exhortation to the Greeks"; Cohen, Hermann (1842-1918) "Kant As the Founder of the Philosophy of Science"; Cohen, Morris Raphael (1880-1947) "Philosophy and Literature"; Coleridge, Samuel Taylor (1772-1834) "Precision in the Use of Terms," "Inward Blindness," "Types of Readers," "The Love of Nat ure," "The Worth and Price of Kowledge," "Introductory Aphorisms"; Comenius, Johann Amos (1592-1670) "Last Declaration"; Comte, Auguste (1798-1857) "Positive Philosophy"; Condillac, Etienne Bonnot de (1715-1780) "Treatise on Sensations"; Confucius (556-479 B.C.) "The Great Learning," "The Doctrine of the Mean"; Cook, Josephus Flavius (1838-1901) "The Unity of Consciousness"; Cournot, Antoine Augustine (1801-1877) "Examples of the Creation and Destruction of Wealth"; Cousin, Victor (1792-1867) "What Is Eclecticism," "Analysis of Free Action"; Creighton, James Edwin (1861-1924) "Individual and Society"; Crescas, Hasdai (1340-1410) "On Time and Change"; Croce, Benedetto (1866-1952) "The Humanity of History"; Cudworth, Ralph (1617-1688) "Sensation Cannot Rise to Knowledge"; Cusa, Nicholas of (1401-1464) "The Vision of God"; D'Alembert, Jean Baptiste Le Rond (1717-1783) :"Anecdotes of Bossuet"; Darwin, Charles (1809-1882) "Religion"; De Broglie, Louis (1892- ) "The March of Science"; Dedekind, Richard (1831-1969) " The Nature and Meaning of Numbers"; Delmedigo, Joseph Solomon (1591-1655) "Good and Bad Books"; Democritus of Abdera (c. 460-360 B.C.) "The Symmetry of Life"; Dr. Morgan Augustus (1806-1871) "Ideas"; De Sanctis, Francesco (1817-1883) "The Intellectual Future"; Descartes, Rene (1595-1650) "The Nature of the Human Mind"; Dewey, John (1859-1952) "On the Use of the Word "Object"; Diderot, Denis (1713-1784) "On Reason"; Dilthey, Wilhelm (1833-1911) "Structural Coherence of the Psyche," "Plan for a Critique of Historical Reason"; Driesch, Hans (1867-1941) " Causality"; Duhring, Eugen (1833-1921) "Pessimism"; Duns Scotus, John (1270-1308) "Understanding and Experience"; Durkheim, David Emile (1858-1917) "The Healthy and Morbid"; Eckhart, Johannes (c. 1260-1327) "Seclusion"; Edwards, Jonathan (1793-1758) "God and the Evil in the World"; Einstein, Albert (1879- ) "Religion and Science"; Eliot, George (1819-1880) " Value in Originality"; Emerson, Ralph Waldo (1803-1882) "Self-Reliance"; Empedocles (c. 490-435 B.C.) "Fragments"; Engles, Friedrich (1820-1895) "Morality Is Class Morality"; Epictetus (c. 60-110) "To Those Who Fear Want"; Epicurus (341-270 B.C.) "On Pleasure"; Erasmus, Desiderius (1466-1536) "Literary Education"; Eriugena, Johannes Scotus (c. 815-877) "The Human Mind"; Eucken, Rudolf (1846-1926) "The Problem of Happiness"; Euclid (c. 335-275 B.C.) "The First Elements," "The Twelve Books of Euclid's Elements"; Fecher, Gustav Theodor (1801-1887) "The Spirits of Man"; Feuerbach, Ludwig (1804-1872) "Above Religion"; Fichte, Johann Gottlieb (1762-1814) "The Ego"; Franklin, Benjamin (1706-1790) "Wise Sayings"; Gandhi, Mohandas Karamchand (1869-1948) "Hinduism"; Gassendi, Pierre (1592-1655) "Active Happiness"; Gentile, Giovanni (1875-1944) "Science and Philosophy"; George, Henry (1839-1897) "Democracy's Danger"; Gersonides (1288-1344) "Is the Universe Created or External?';Geulincx, Arnold (1624-1669) "The Philosopher's View in Passion"; Gilson, Etienne (18840 ) "Will and Knowledge"; Ginzberg, Asher (1856-1927) "Positive and Negative"; Gioberti, Vincenzo (1801-1852) "The Two Humanities"; Gobineau, Hoseph Arthur, Comte de (1816-1882) "The Meaning of Degeneration"; Goedel, Kurt (1906- ) "Aphorisms"; Goethe, Johan Wolfgang von (1749-1832) "Actions and Words"; Gorgias, (c. 483-375 B.C.) "Fragments"; Green, Thomas Hill (1836-1882) "Utilitarianism Evaluated"; Grotius, Hugo (Hugues de Groot) (1538-1645) "The Rational Basis of International Law"; Haeberlin, Paul (1878- ) "Scientific Knowledge"; Halevi, Judah (c. 1080-1140) "On Revelation"; Hamann, Johann Georg (1730-1788) "Nature and Reason"; Hamilton, Alexander (1757-1804) "On a Just Partition of Power"; Han Fei (died 223 B.C.) "Essays"; Harris, William Torrey (1835-1909) "The Last Judgment"; Hartmann, Eduard von (1842-1906) "Mysticism"; Hartmann, Nicolai (1882-1950) "Value and Validity"; Hegel, Georg Wilhelm Friedrich (1770-1831) "On the Nature of Human Spirit"; Hehasid, Judah Ben Samuel of Regensburg (12th and 13th centuries) "Certain Forms of Virtue Lead to Sin"; Heidegger, Martin (1889 - ) "Nothingness"; Helmholtz, Hermann von (1821-1894) "The Interdependece of the Sciences"; Helvetius, Claude Adrien (1715-1771) "On the Errors Occasioned by Passion"; Heraclitus (c. 540-480 B.C.) "Fragments"; Herbart, Johann Friedrich (1776-1841) "Chief Classes of Interest"; Herder, Johann Gottfried (1744-1803) "Man, a Link Between Two Worlds"; Hess, Moses (1812-1875) "Organic Life"; Hiyya, Abraham Bar (c. 1065-1136) "The Life of the Pious"; Hobbes, Thomas (1588-1679) "State and Sovereignty"; Hocking, William Ernest (1873- ) "An Art Peculiar to Man"; Hodgson, Shadworth Hollway (1832-1912) "Faith"; Hoffding, Harold (1843-1931) "Pluralism and Monism"; Holbach, Paul Henri Thiry Baron d' (1723-1789) "The Atheist"; Holmes, Oliver Wendell, Sr. (1809-1894) "Working with the Unconscious"; Holmes, Oliver Wendell, Jr. (1841-1935) "The Ought of Natural Law"; Hsun, Ching (c. 298-238 B.C.) "Heaven and the Congenital Nature of Man"; Hui, Shih (4th Century B.C.)"The Aphorisms"; Huizinga, Johan (1872-1945) "Barbarism"; Humboldt, Wilhelm von (1767-1835) "Senses and Reasons"; Hume, David (1711-1776) "On the Origin of Our Ideas"; Hunein Ibn Ishak (809-873) "A Philosophical Colloquy"; Husserl, Edmund (1859-1938) "Consciousness and Natural Reality the View of the 'Man in the Street'"; Huxley, Thomas Henry (1825-1895) "The Relations of Man to the Lower Animals," "Protoplasm in Animals and Plants"; Ibn, Gabirol, Solomon (c. 1021-1058) "Seek Wisdom"; Ibn Tufail (c. 1105-1185) "The Improvement of Human Reason"; Inge, William Ralph (1860-1954) "Matter and Mind"; Ingersoll, Robert Green (1833-1899) "The Damage Religion Causes"; Isocrates (436-338 B.C.) "Pangeyric of Athens"; Israeli, Isaac (c. 850-950) "Man and God"; Isvarakrsna (Fifth Century A.D.) "Samkya Karika"; Jacobi, Friedrich Heinrich (1743-1819) "Christianity and Paganism"; Jamblicus (c. 270-330) "The Promises of Philosophy"; James, Henry, Sr. (1811-1882) "Good and Evil Relative"; James, William (1842-1910) "Pragmatism"; Jaspers, Karl (1883- ) "Reason"; Jeans, James Hopwood (1877-1946) "Appearance and Reality"; Jefferson, Thomas (1743-1826) "Character of Washington," "The Passage of the Potomac Through the Blue Ridge," "The Influence of Doom and Slavery"; Joad, Cyril E.M. (1891-1953) "The Power of Thought"; John of Salisbury (c.1115 - 1180) "On Dream Interpretation"; Johnson, Samuel (1709-1784) "The Critic," "The Universal Fallacy"; Jonson, Ben (1573-1637) "The Dignity of Speech"; Joubert, Joseph (1754-1824) "Plato," "The Use of Words"; Jung, Carl Gustav (1875- ) "The Human Psyche"; Justin Martyr (c. 110-165) "The Eucharist"; Kallen, Horace Mayer (1882- ) "The Choice of Freedom"; Kant, Immanuel (1724-1804) "Judgments"; Kierkegaard, Soren (1813-1855) "Natural Sciences"; Klages, Ludwig (1872- ) "The Hysterical Person"; Kropotkin, Prince Peter (1842-1921) "Anarchism"; Laird, John (1887-1946) "Deism and Theism"; Lalande, Andre (1867- ) "Involution"; Lamarck, Jean (1744-1829) "Undeveloped Knowledge"; Lamb, Charles (1775-1834) "Morality"; Lamenais, Robert Felicite de (1782-1854) "Justice and Liberty"; Lametrie, Julien Offray de (1709-1751) "Food and Temper"; Lange, Friedrich Albert (1828-1875) "Reality and the Ideal World"; Laotse (Lao Tsu) (About 4th Century B.C.) "Tao Te C, Philosophical Library, New York, 1955, Paperback. New. It is generally assumed that the language of patriotism and national identity belongs to the political right, but the emergence of socialism in the 1880s shows clearly that the left also drew on such ideas in its formative years to legitimate a particular form of socialism, one presented as a restoration of an English past lost to industrial capitalism. The First World War dealt a severe blow to this radical patriotism: though the anti-war left continued to use radical patriotic language in the early years, the war degraded patriotism generally, while the Russian Revolution gave internationalism a new focus, and also threatened the dominant concept of British socialism. Moderate Labour sought to prove their fitness to govern, and concentrated on the national interest rather than oppositional Englishness, while the left of the movement looked to Soviet Russia rather than the English past for models for a future socialist society. Paul Ward teaches at the School of Music, Humanities and Media, University of Huddersfield., Rawat Publications, 2011. 3rd edition. Hardcover. New. This introduction to social change covers the momentous and relatively recent changes that have occurred in the human condition, examining not only the major causes and conditions underlying our current situation, but also the main choices and options we face as we strive to shape our individual and collective futures. This edition of Social Change has been thoroughly updated and revised. Building on previous editions, the book introduces a social scientific approach to change, discusses the components of change and the factors driving them, and examines change on the macro-level, then looks toward the future with a discussion of planned change. Most chapters explore societies of yesterday, today, and tomorrow, and include comparative dimensions, especially along First, Second, and Third World lines. The engaging narrative traces several themes, such as the rise of capitalism and the socialist alternative and civil rights movements in the United States and elsewhere, throughout the book. This edition also features a discussion of the recent economic crisis and the interconnectedness of the global economy, new empirical data on globalization, and updated discussions of the concepts of evolution and altruism. It also incorporates discussion throughout the book of the dramatic changes in India and China. Printed Pages: 456., Rawat Publications, 2011

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