The Independent Mind: Essays of a Humanist Philosopher

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Table of contents

Table of contents

  • Title Page 3
  • Contents 7
  • Preface 9
  • I/Civil Liberties And Politics 13
  • Back to the Bill of Rights 17
  • The Crisis in Civil Liberties 28
  • A Program for Progressives 37
  • The Motivations of Dissenters 42
  • II- the Philosophy Of Humanism 47
  • A Humanist Cosmology Or Metaphysics 55
  • Equivocation on Religious Issues 60
  • Humanizing Religious Experience 76
  • Three Humanist Readings 80
  • The Appreciation of Nature 84
  • The Palisades of the Hudson 88
  • A Humanist View of Marriage 94
  • A Summing Up of Humanism 103
  • Iii/International Relations 111
  • Common Sense And Soviet Russia 114
  • The Myth of a National Emergency 120
  • The Myth of Soviet Aggression 124
  • The Myth of "The Free World" 132
  • What Would a Third World War Achieve? 136
  • Iv/Impressions Of Mid-Century Europe 141
  • The Delights of England 145
  • Scotland and Brittany 148
  • French Neutrality 152
  • Geneva and Grindelwald 154
  • Pilgrimage to Rome 159
  • V/The Comedy of Life 163
  • Columnists 168
  • Philosophy 172
  • Lecturing 175
  • Mistaken Identity 178
  • The Battle of Squibnocket Beach 182
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