The Crisis of the Democratic Intellect. The Problem of Generalism & Specialisation in Twentieth-Century Scotland

By: DAVIE, George

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Polygon, 1986. 1st UK edition. Hardcover. A little rubbing to dj, o/wise good condition. A sequel to The Democratic Intellect: Scotland & her Universities in the Nineteenth Century. Considers the paradoxical fact that at the end of World War I, the long continued & deliberate movement away from a university education of a generalist type, peculiar to Scotland, & towards a more specialising system was suddenly put into reverse. Examines why this occurred through an informed consideration of the educational & philospophical views of the classicist John Burnett, the philospophers Norman Kemp Smith & John Anderson, & the poet Hugh MacDiarmid. 283pp.

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