The American Intellectual Tradition: Volume I: 1630 to 1865 by David A. HollingerThe American Intellectual Tradition: Volume I: 1630 to 1865 by David A. Hollinger

The American Intellectual Tradition: Volume I: 1630 to 1865

EditorDavid A. Hollinger

Paperback | November 2, 2015

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Revised and updated, the seventh edition of this now standard two-volume anthology brings together some of the most historically significant writings in American intellectual history. Uniquely comprehensive, The American Intellectual Tradition includes classic works in philosophy, religion,social theory, political thought, economics, psychology, and cultural and literary criticism. Organized chronologically into thematic sections, the two volumes trace the evolution of American intellectual writing and thinking from its origins in Puritan beliefs to the most recent essays on diversityand postmodernity.
David A. Hollinger is Preston Hotchkis Professor of History Emeritus at the University of California, Berkeley. His books include After Cloven Tongues of Fire (2013), Postethnic America: Beyond Multiculturalism (Third Edition, Expanded, 2006), Cosmopolitanism and Solidarity (2006), and Science, Jews, and Secular Culture (1996). He is a...
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Title:The American Intellectual Tradition: Volume I: 1630 to 1865Format:PaperbackDimensions:640 pages, 9.09 × 6.1 × 1.3 inPublished:November 2, 2015Publisher:Oxford University PressLanguage:English

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ISBN - 10:019026232X

ISBN - 13:9780190262327

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"This sourcebook continues to serve as the cornerstone of my teaching in American thought for undergraduates and graduate students alike. The American Intellectual Tradition provides a comprehensive survey ranging from Puritan theology to postmodern critical theory." --James T. Kloppenberg, Harvard University