The First Moderns: Profiles in the Origins of Twentieth-Century Thought

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  • Title Page iii
  • Contents vii
  • Acknowledgments ix
  • 1 - Introduction What Modernism is and What It Probably Isn't 1
  • 2 - The Century Ends in Vienna 13
  • 3 - Georg Cantor, Richard Dedekind, 30
  • 4 - Ludwig Boltzmann 47
  • 5 - Georges Seurat 63
  • 6 - Whitman, Rimbaud, And Jules Laforgue 80
  • 7 - Santiago Ramón Y Cajal 100
  • 8 - Valeriano Weyler Y Nicolau 116
  • 9 - Sigmund Freud 127
  • 10 - The Century Begins in Paris 142
  • 11 - Hugo De Vries and Max Planck 159
  • 12 - Bertrand Russell And Edmund Husserl 177
  • 13 - Edwin S. Porter 193
  • 14 - Meet Me in Saint Louis 206
  • 15 - Albert Einstein 227
  • 16 - Pablo Picasso 241
  • 17 - August Strindberg 251
  • 18 - Arnold Schoenberg 265
  • 20 - Vassily Kandinsky 303
  • 21 - Annus Mirabilis Vienna, Paris, and St. Petersburg 1913 321
  • 22 - Discontinuous Epiloques 346
  • Notes 361
  • Select Bibliography 423
  • Index 463
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