Who s who in the Central States

Who s who in the Central States

( A.B. , 1913 ) ; Columbia Univ . ( A.M. , 1918 ; Ph.D. , 1921 ) . Auth : “ The Role of
Instinct in Social Philosophy " , 1921 ; " The Social Philosophy of Instinct " , 1922 ;
" Race and National Solidarity " , 1923 ; " The Psychology of Religion ” , 1927.

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A business, professional and social record of men and women of schievement in the central states.
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The Later Works of John Dewey 1925 1953

The Later Works of John Dewey  1925   1953

... willingness to see social experiments tried without interference by outside force
; and the use of educational means ... The Role of Instinct in Social Philosophy (
New York 1921 ) ; Ward , Lester F . , " Mind as a Social Factor ” in Glimpses of ...

Author: John Dewey

Publisher: SIU Press

ISBN: 080932816X

Category: Philosophy

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Except for Dewey's and James H. Tufts' 1932 Ethics (Volume 7 of The Later Works), this volume brings together Dewey's writings for 1931–1932. The Great Depression presented John Dewey and the American people with a series of economic, political, and social crises in 1931 and 1932 that are reflected in most of the 86 items in this volume, even in philosophical essays such as “Human Nature.” As Sidney Ratner points out in his Introduction, Dewey's interest in international peace is fea­tured in the writings in this volume.
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The Later Works 1925 1953

The Later Works  1925 1953

social. experiments. tried without interference by outside force ; and the use of
educational means that are regulated by ... The Role of Instinct in Social
Philosophy ( New York 1921 ) ; Ward , Lester F . , " Mind as a Social Factor " in
Glimpses of ...

Author: John Dewey

Publisher: SIU Press

ISBN: 0809311992

Category: Philosophy

Page: 616

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"Essays, reviews, and miscellany"--Jacket.
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Index catalogue of the Library of the Surgeon General s Office United States Army

Index catalogue of the Library of the Surgeon General s Office  United States Army

N. Zealand comme fonction synthétique de l'organisme M. J. , Wellington , 1909 ,
vii , 22-33 . ... Kinderh . , Stuttg . , 1912 , lvii , Bost . , 1921-2 , xvi , 232-242.- Brun (
R. ) ... Hunter ( W. S. ) The modification of instinct from BERNARD ( L. L. ) Instinct ;
a study in social the standpoint of social ... Link ( H. C. ) Emo social philosophy .

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Relativity in Man and Society

Relativity in Man and Society

Can Sociology and Social Psychology Dispense with Instincts ? " Ib . vol . 19 ( p .
40 ) . Zing Yang Kuo : “ Giving Up Instincts in Psychology . ” Journal of
Philosophy ... C . C . Josey : The Rôle of Instinct in Social Philosophy , 1921 . C .
E . Ayres ...

Author: Arthur Fisher Bentley

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ISBN: UCSC:32106001002838

Category: Relativity

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Philosophy Religion and the Coming World Civilization

Philosophy  Religion  and the Coming World Civilization

“The Dilemma in the Conception of Instinct, as Applied to Human Psychology.”
Journal of Abnormal and Social Psychology, 16 (JuneSeptember, 1921), 73–96.
This article is reprinted with slight changes as Appendix I in Human Nature and
Its ...

Author: L.S. Rouner

Publisher: Springer Science & Business Media

ISBN: 9789401035323

Category: Philosophy

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Gabriel Marcel reminds me that I asked him to write for this book. This is quite true, but not the whole story. During the visit with Ernest Hocking which he describes so eloquently in his essay, "Solips ism Surmounted," he learned from Hocking's hostess, Elizabeth Hazard, that I was planning hopefully for a Hocking F estschri/t. On his return to Harvard, where he was preparing his James Lectures, he wrote me offering an essay should these plans develop. Encouraged, I kept his letter while I moved my family to India and settled into a new job. When it was possible to begin work on the book in earnest I then made my request, reminding him of his original offer. I mention this because I discovered that his enthusiasm was to be typical of those who came to know about the project. Charles Moore commented that such a book was "long overdue," and Walter Stace spoke for us all when he said: "I am sure that there is no one in our profession who would not wish to be associated with any project in his honor. " Given the wide range of Hocking's interests and influence, it was difficult to know just how the volume should be organized.
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Existence as Dialectical Tension

Existence as Dialectical Tension

“Analogy and Scientific Method in Philosophy”, Journal of Philosophy,
Psychology and Scientific Method, Vol. VII (1910), 161. — “Binding ... XVI (1921),
73-96. ... “Instinct in Social Philosophy”, Journal of Abnormal and Social
Psychology, Vol.

Author: A.R. Luther

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ISBN: 9789401190749

Category: Philosophy

Page: 164

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The Modern Quarterly Series

The Modern Quarterly Series

( 15 ) Givler , R. C. , The Intellectual Significance of the Grasping Refex , Jour . of
Philos . , Vol . 18 , 1921 . ( 16 ) Hocking , W. E. , Instinct in Social Philosophy ,
Jour . of Ab . and Social Psy . , Vol . 18 , pp . 153-166 . ( 17 ) Holt , E. B. , The ...

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Instinct in Man

Instinct in Man

First published in 1921, this book examines the psychological and philosophical nature of instinct in humans.

Author: James Drever

Publisher: Cambridge University Press

ISBN: 9781107511767

Category: Education

Page: 304

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First published in 1921, this book examines the psychological and philosophical nature of instinct in humans.
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Social Psychology

Social Psychology

... 20 , XIV , 307 – 11 . Kuo , Zing Yang , “ Giving up Instincts in Psychology , ”
Journal of Philosophy , 1921 , XVIII , 645 – 64 . Bernard , L . L . , “ The Misuse of
Instinct in the Social Sciences , ” Psychological Review , 1921 , XXVIII , 96 – 119
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Author: Floyd Henry Allport

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Category: Social psychology

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The History and Prospects of the Social Sciences

The History and Prospects of the Social Sciences

Especially was this noteworthy in the sex and social instincts which come to
fruition in adolescence . ... in social psychology and the social sciences was
made by Josey in his The Social Philosophy of Instinct ( 1922 ) . This book is a
denial of any importance whatsoever to the concept and is by far the most radical
departure from the standpoint of ... 307 – 311 ; Kantor , Psychological Review (
1920 ) , Vol . XXVII , pp . 5072 ; and Hunter , Ibid . pp . 247 - 269 ; also Bernard ,
Ibid . ( 1921 ) ...

Author: Harry Elmer Barnes

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Category: Social sciences

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The Middle Works 1899 1924 1921 1922

The Middle Works  1899 1924  1921 1922

Austin, Mary. “The Need for a New Social Concept." New Republic 31 (1922):
298–302. Ayres, Clarence Edwin. “Instinct and Capacity—I. The Instinct of
Beliefin-Instincts.” Journal of Philosophy 18 (1921): 561–65. . “Instinct and
Capacity—II.

Author: John Dewey

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Index Medicus

Index Medicus

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Who s who in American Education

Who s who in American Education

Cornell, 1921—; m. ... Exp. : Clemson Coll., summer, 1921: Dartmouth Coll., Instr.,
1921-22; Asst. Prof. of Psychol., ibid., 1922-23; Prof. of Philo., Univ. of S. Dak.,
1923-39 ... Title of Ph.D. Dissertation: The Role of Instinct in Social Philosophy.

Author: Robert Cecil Cook

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Pathologist of the Mind

Pathologist of the Mind

Included in the suite of adaptive resources regulated by mentation were, of
course, social instincts. In a 1921 address in which he described his philosophy
of occupation therapy, Meyer waxed cryptically that concrete performance was
the ...

Author: S. D. Lamb

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ISBN: 9781421414850

Category: Medical

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During the first half of the twentieth century, Adolf Meyer was the most authoritative and influential psychiatrist in the United States. In 1908, when the Johns Hopkins Hospital established the first American university clinic devoted to psychiatry—still a nascent medical specialty at the time—Meyer was selected to oversee the enterprise. The Henry Phipps Psychiatric Clinic opened in 1913, and Meyer served as psychiatrist-in-chief at Johns Hopkins until 1941. In Pathologist of the Mind, S. D. Lamb explores how Meyer used his powerful position to establish psychiatry as a clinical science that operated like the other specialties at the country’s foremost medical school and research hospital. In addition to successfully arguing for a scientific and biological approach to mental illness, Meyer held extraordinary sway over state policies regarding the certification of psychiatrists. He also trained hundreds of specialists who ultimately occupied leadership positions and made significant contributions in psychiatry, neurology, experimental psychology, social work, and public health. Although historians have long recognized Meyer’s authority, his concepts and methods have never before received a systematic historical analysis. Pathologist of the Mind aims to rediscover Meyerian psychiatry by eavesdropping on Meyer’s informal and intimate conversations with patients and colleagues. Weaving together private correspondence and uniquely detailed case histories, Lamb examines Meyer’s efforts to institute a clinical science of psychiatry in the United States—one that harmonized the expectations of scientific medicine with his concept of the person as a biological organism and mental illness as an adaptive failure. The first historian ever granted access to these exceptional medical records, Lamb offers a compelling new perspective on the integral but misunderstood legacy of Adolf Meyer.
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