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The House of Intellect: How Intellect, the Prime Force in Western… (original 1959; edition 1959)

by Jacques Barzun

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The House of Intellect embraces: persons who consciously and methodically employ the mind, the forms and habits governing the activities in which the mind is so employed, and the conditions under which these people and activities exist.
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Title:The House of Intellect: How Intellect, the Prime Force in Western Civilization, is Being Destroyed by Our Culture in the Name of Art, Science and Philanthropy
Authors:Jacques Barzun
Info:Harper (1959), Edition: 1st, Hardcover, 276 pages
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1959, but not the same edition.
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