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Patterns in Twentieth-Century European Thought

Fullinwider, S. P.

Patterns in Twentieth-Century European Thought

Series: Studies in Modern European History - Volume 36

Year of Publication: 2004

New York, Bern, Berlin, Bruxelles, Frankfurt am Main, Oxford, Wien, 2004. XII, 236 pp.
ISBN 978-0-8204-4428-4 hardback  (Hardcover)

Weight: 0.470 kg, 1.036 lbs

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Book synopsis

Patterns in Twentieth-Century European Thought contains interpretive essays in the history of the century’s Marxism, psychoanalysis, quantum physics, logic, language theory, philosophy, art, literature, and theology. A concluding essay argues that the philosophy and social theory – not to mention the physics and theology – constitute a twentieth-century Counter-Enlightenment that has replaced the Cartesian- and Newtonian-based Enlightenment of the eighteenth century.

About the author(s)/editor(s)

The Author: S. P. Fullinwider is Professor Emeritus of History at Arizona State University. His previous books include The Mind and Mood of Black America; Technicians of the Finite: the Rise and Decline of Schizophrenia in American Thought; and Towards a Rogue Reality: Kant to Freud, and Beyond (Peter Lang, 1998).


Studies in Modern European History. Vol. 36
General Editor: Frank J. Coppa