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The St Louis Movement in Philosophy, Literature, Education, Psychology - With Chapters of Autobiography - Denton J. Snider
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[EAN: 9781406771770], Neubuch, [PU: Gleed Press], The St. Louis Movement IN Philosophy, Literature, Education, Psychology - with Chapters of Autobiography By DENTON J. SNIDER ST. LOUIS, MO. SIGMA PUBLISHING CO. 210 PINE ST. 1920 CONTENTS. PART FIRST Apprenticeship Chap. I Dedication Beginnings 5 The Pour Elements of St. Louis 15 The Fifth Element of St. Louis 24 The Alignment 31 My Romanic Time in St. Louis. 38 From Romanic to Teutonic 48 The Great St. Louis Deed 52 The St. Louis Hero 60 The Standing Army of St. Louis 65 Chap. II Illusion and Disillusion 70 The Great St. Louis Illusion 76 The Prophet of the Illusion 82 Some Effects 94 The Economic Illusion 102 The Eads Bridge 107 The Illusions Antiseptic 116 The Great Disillusion 129 Chap. Ill The German Era of St. Louis. . 138 The German Overture 140 Carl Schurz of St. Louis 150 Joseph Pulitzer of St. Louis 161 A Book Writers Life Lines 174 The Book Twins Born 188 The Poetic Element 202 Lifes Central Node 212 CTY I10J 4 CONTENTS PART SECOND. PART SECOND Eenaseence 215 Chap. I The Classical Renascence 233 The Classical Itinerary 238 The St. Louis Literary Classes. 254 The Concord Philosophical School 262 After School 278 Back to St. Louis 289 Back to Concord 302 The Kindergarten Class. 315 Psychology at Concord 320 Finale at St. Louis 338 Finale at Concord 350 Some Results 361 A Writer of Books 373 Chap. II Renascence Evolved 393 The New Mythical Setting 410 The Double Transfer 418 The Literary Bibles 431 The Wanderer 443 Goethe and Dante 459 The Sigma Publishing Company 479 Social Chicago 486 Chicago Literary - Schools. 519 Backflow to St. Louis 575 The Epochs - Crossing 585 Chap. Ill The Psychological Renascence. . . 590 Appendix, , , , , . . 599 Apprenticeship DEDICATORY Fifty yearsaoad more have passed since the phrase The St. Louis Movement began to be heard in certain limited circles over the country, and occa sionally to be used in brief printed reports of the Public Press. To most people it only meant some thing started in fit. Louis for the fleeting moment, a little bubble of the time soon to burst into lasting oblivion. Undoubtedly those who initiated it had a vague feeling that they might be doing a germinal deed of permanent and ever-growing significance but that was just what the future alone could prove. Now it so happens that the present writer is the sole survivor of that early group of men for whose 6 THE ST. LOUIS MOVEMENT PART FIRST. designation this special locution, The St. Louis Movement, was first coined. And in one way or other to him alone, in his solitary condition, this same designation is not infrequently applied to day. One inference at least may be made the name still persists in living, and with it the thing, or conception, doubtless hazy enough in most cases. The subject keeps rising to the surface, asked about, talked about, written about, thought about, often very inaccurately and even mockingly yet the old idea somehow will not die and get itself well buried for once and for all. Indeed it seems to have a certain weird power of assuming new shapes, of preserving itself through multiform stages of ev olution, in fine the uncanny gift of re-incarnation. So that spirit, or ghost, or eidolon long ago risen and named The St. Louis Movement, is still among us and at work, even if under forms a good deal changed from its pristine epiphany. The scribe now addressing the reader has called himself the present writer with a bit of counterfeitmodesty which he may as well henceforth lay aside, and use unblushingly the first personal pronoun without any mask, however transparent. So I shall have the hardihood to say that I was on hand at the primal genetic incident or historic occurrence, then very minute, even if gravid with long life, which can be set down as the first beginning or actual efflorescence of the St. Louis Movement, whereof the present book proposes to be some fragmentary record. DEDICATORY. 7 The foregoing event, which may be regarded as the starting-point of the St. 608 pages.

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[EAN: 9781406771770], Neubuch, Print on Demand. The St. Louis Movement IN Philosophy, Literature, Education, Psychology - with Chapters of Autobiography By DENTON J. SNIDER ST. LOUIS, MO. SIGMA PUBLISHING CO. 210 PINE ST. 1920 CONTENTS. PART FIRST Apprenticeship Chap. I Dedication Beginnings 5 The Pour Elements of St. Louis 15 The Fifth Element of St. Louis 24 The Alignment 31 My Romanic Time in St. Louis. 38 From Romanic to Teutonic 48 The Great St. Louis Deed 52 The St. Louis Hero 60 The Standing Army of St. Louis 65 Chap. II Illusion and Disillusion 70 The Great St. Louis Illusion 76 The Prophet of the Illusion 82 Some Effects 94 The Economic Illusion 102 The Eads Bridge 107 The Illusions Antiseptic 116 The Great Disillusion 129 Chap. Ill The German Era of St. Louis. . 138 The German Overture 140 Carl Schurz of St. Louis 150 Joseph Pulitzer of St. Louis 161 A Book Writers Life Lines 174 The Book Twins Born 188 The Poetic Element 202 Lifes Central Node 212 CTY I10J 4 CONTENTS PART SECOND. PART SECOND Eenaseence 215 Chap. I The Classical Renascence 233 The Classical Itinerary 238 The St. Louis Literary Classes. 254 The Concord Philosophical School 262 After School 278 Back to St. Louis 289 Back to Concord 302 The Kindergarten Class. 315 Psychology at Concord 320 Finale at St. Louis 338 Finale at Concord 350 Some Results 361 A Writer of Books 373 Chap. II Renascence Evolved 393 The New Mythical Setting 410 The Double Transfer 418 The Literary Bibles 431 The Wanderer 443 Goethe and Dante 459 The Sigma Publishing Company 479 Social Chicago 486 Chicago Literary - Schools. 519 Backflow to St. Louis 575 The Epochs - Crossing 585 Chap. Ill The Psychological Renascence. . . 590 Appendix, , , , , . . 599 Apprenticeship DEDICATORY Fifty yearsaoad more have passed since the phrase The St. Louis Movement began to be heard in certain limited circles over the country, and occa sionally to be used in brief printed reports of the Public Press. To most people it only meant some thing started in fit. Louis for the fleeting moment, a little bubble of the time soon to burst into lasting oblivion. Undoubtedly those who initiated it had a vague feeling that they might be doing a germinal deed of permanent and ever-growing significance but that was just what the future alone could prove. Now it so happens that the present writer is the sole survivor of that early group of men for whose 6 THE ST. LOUIS MOVEMENT PART FIRST. designation this special locution, The St. Louis Movement, was first coined. And in one way or other to him alone, in his solitary condition, this same designation is not infrequently applied to day. One inference at least may be made the name still persists in living, and with it the thing, or conception, doubtless hazy enough in most cases. The subject keeps rising to the surface, asked about, talked about, written about, thought about, often very inaccurately and even mockingly yet the old idea somehow will not die and get itself well buried for once and for all. Indeed it seems to have a certain weird power of assuming new shapes, of preserving itself through multiform stages of ev olution, in fine the uncanny gift of re-incarnation. So that spirit, or ghost, or eidolon long ago risen and named The St. Louis Movement, is still among us and at work, even if under forms a good deal changed from its pristine epiphany. The scribe now addressing the reader has called himself the present writer with a bit of counterfeitmodesty which he may as well henceforth lay aside, and use unblushingly the first personal pronoun without any mask, however transparent. So I shall have the hardihood to say that I was on hand at the primal genetic incident or historic occurrence, then very minute, even if gravid with long life, which can be set down as the first beginning or actual efflorescence of the St. Louis Movement, whereof the present book proposes to be some fragmentary record. DEDICATORY. 7 The foregoing event, which may be regarded as the starting-point of the St. 608 p

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EAN (ISBN-13): 9781406771770
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Erscheinungsjahr: 2007
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Sprache: eng/Englisch

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