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Creative Intelligence Essays in the Pragmatic Attitude –by: George H. Mead

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CREATIVE INTELLIGENCE

ESSAYS IN THE PRAGMATIC ATTITUDE

BY

JOHN DEWEY ADDISON W. MOORE HAROLD CHAPMAN BROWN GEORGE H. MEAD BOYD H. BODE HENRY WALDGRAVE STUART JAMES HAYDEN TUFTS HORACE M. KALLEN

[Illustration]

NEW YORK HENRY HOLT AND COMPANY

COPYRIGHT, 1917,

BY

HENRY HOLT AND COMPANY

Published January, 1917

THE QUINN & BODEN CO. PRESS

RAHWAY, N. J.

PREFATORY NOTE

The Essays which follow represent an attempt at intellectual co"operation. No effort has been made, however, to attain unanimity of belief nor...

Romance of the Rabbit

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ROMANCE OF THE RABBIT

By

FRANCIS JAMMES

Authorized Translation from the French by Gladys Edgerton

1920

INTRODUCTION

The simple and bucolic art of Francis Jammes has grown to maturity in the solitude of the little town of Orthez at the foot of the Pyrenees, far from the clamor and complexities of literary Paris. In the preface to an early work of his he has given the key of his artistic faith: "My God, You have called me among men. Behold I am here. I suffer and I love. I have spoken with the voice which you have given me. I have written with the words wh...

The Book of Business Etiquette –by: Nella Braddy Henney

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The Book of BUSINESS ETIQUETTE

The Book of Business Etiquette

Garden City New York Doubleday, Page & Company 1922

COPYRIGHT, 1922, BY DOUBLEDAY, PAGE & COMPANY

ALL RIGHTS RESERVED, INCLUDING THAT OF TRANSLATION INTO FOREIGN LANGUAGES, INCLUDING THE SCANDINAVIAN

PRINTED IN THE UNITED STATES AT THE COUNTRY LIFE PRESS, GARDEN CITY, N. Y.

First Edition

RESPECTFULLY INSCRIBED (AS BEFITS AN AUTHOR)

TO THREE BUSINESS MEN

ACKNOWLEDGMENT

It would be a pleasure to call over by name and thank individually the business men and the business organiza...

Szirmay Ilona Trt

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MAGYAR REGNYIRK KPES KIADSA

Szerkeszti és bevezetésekkel ellátja

MIKSZTH KLMN

4. KTET

SZIRMAY ILONA

TRTNETI REGNY

Irta

GAAL JZSEF

WITTICH EPERJESI KROLY RAJZAIVAL

BUDAPEST

FRANKLIN TRSULAT

magyar irod. intézet és knyvnyomda

1905

TARTALOM

GAAL JZSEF. 1811 1866.

SZIRMAY ILONA

ELS SZAKASZ.

Melyben a trténet egyik hse a másiknak, s nem sokára a harmadik mindkettejeknek illendtiszteletét megteszi, és más egyéb dolgok elfordulnak.

MSODIK SZAKASZ.

A haramiák rejthelye és pihenése, miként pihenésk megzavartatik. Egy sz...

The Puzzle of Dickens s Last Plot

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THE PUZZLE OF DICKENS'S LAST PLOT

INTRODUCTION

Forster tells us that Dickens, in his later novels, from Bleak House onwards (1853), "assiduously cultivated" construction, "this essential of his art." Some critics may think, that since so many of the best novels in the world "have no outline, or, if they have an outline, it is a demned outline," elaborate construction is not absolutely "essential." Really essential are character, "atmosphere," humour.

But as, in the natural changes of life, and under the strain of restless and unsatisfied activi...

The Madonna in Art

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[Illustration: Madonna of Castelfranco Photogravure from the Painting by Giorgione in the Parish Church, Castelfranco]

THE

MADONNA IN ART

BY

ESTELLE M. HURLL

Illustrated

A mother is a mother still The holiest thing alive. COLERIDGE.

BOSTON ...

The Amours of Zeokinizul, King of the Kofirans Translated from the Arabic of the famous Traveller Krinelbol –by: Claude Prosper Jolyot de Cr

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THE AMOURS OF ZEOKINIZUL, KING OF THE KOFIRANS.

Translated from the Arabic of the famous Traveller Krinelbol.

With a Key.

London: Printed for G. Smith, near Temple Bar. 1749. [Price One Shilling and Sixpence.]

PREFACE.

The Bookseller, who has taken upon him to print this little Work, having absolutely insisted upon my introducing it with a Preface, I was unwilling to refuse him so easy a Matter; and the rather as the Omission might greatly prejudice it. He urged his Request, by saying, that a Preface was no less essential to a Book, than an Exordium ...

Dulce y sabrosa

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Dulce y sabrosa

Jacinto Octavio Picón

Advertencia para esta edición

Si creyera que el publicar un escritor sus obras completas implica falta de modestia, no reimprimiría las mías. Lo hago porque están casi todas agotadas; pensando que es deber de padre no consentir que mueran sus hijos, aunque no sean tan buenos ni tan hermosos como él quiso engendrarlos; y también porque considero que el hombre tiene derecho a despedirse de la juventud recordando lo que durante ella hizo honradamente y con amor.

Otra disculpa pienso que atenúa mi atrevimiento. Porque...

George Eliot; a Critical Study of Her Life, Writings & Philosophy

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GEORGE ELIOT: A CRITICAL STUDY OF HER LIFE, WRITINGS AND PHILOSOPHY.

BY

GEORGE WILLIS COOKE

AUTHOR OF "RALPH WALDO EMERSON: HIS LIFE, WRITINGS AND PHILOSOPHY."

1884

PREFACE TO SECOND EDITION.

The publication of a new edition of this work permits me to say that the essay on "The Lady Novelists," quoted in the seventh chapter, was written by George Henry Lewes. Its opinions, however, are substantially those of George Eliot, and they will be found in harmony with her own words. Confessing to the error, I yet venture to let the quotations, and t...

True Words for Brave Men A Book for Soldiers and Sailors Libraries

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TRUE WORDS FOR BRAVE MEN.

BY CHARLES KINGSLEY,

LATE RECTOR OF EVERSLEY; CHAPLAIN TO THE QUEEN AND TO THE PRINCE OF WALES.

A BOOK FOR SOLDIERS' AND SAILORS' LIBRARIES .

ELEVENTH THOUSAND.

LONDON: KEGAN PAUL, TRENCH, & CO., 1 PATERNOSTER SQUARE.

1884.

The Rights of Translation and of Reproduction are Reserved .

Dedicated BY KIND PERMISSION TO GENERAL SIR WILLIAM CODRINGTON, G.C.B., AND ADMIRAL WELLESLEY, C.B., IN MEMORY OF CHARLES KINGSLEY, WHO WAS PROUD OF THEIR FRIENDSHIP, AND LOVED AND HONOURED THEM AS HE LOVED AND HONOURED ALL BRAVE SOLDIERS AND S...

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