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Author of The hero in history, From Hegel to Marx, Marx and the Marxists, The metaphysics of pragmatism, Reason, social myths and democracy, Education for modern man, Political power and personal freedom, Heresy, yes--conspiracy, no. Misrepresentation. Ap an article made up of excerpts drawn by the editor from galleys of my about-to-be published ''Heresy, Yes - Conspiracy, No'').
This view, articulated in a number of magazine articles and in a little book called Heresy, Yes—Conspiracy NO!, caused an uproar among Hook’s academic colleagues and, in addition to requiring him to write endless letters, made his name a byword in the lexicon of political insult. But they have focused almost entirely on his politics. Where his ideas on education are explored, as in the overriding attention on his infamous Heresy, Yes, Conspiracy, No! (),scholars have often mortgaged Hook’s trenchant analyses of the state of American education for the sake of lamenting the book’s political : Jessica Georges.
During the coming year, the America & Russia series, together with certain other articles on the subject from earlier issues of AMERICAN HERITAGE, will be published in book form by Simon tr Schuster, New York. For further reading: An End to Innocence, by Leslie Fiedler (Beacon Press, ); Heresy, Yes—Conspiracy, No, by Sidney Hook (John Day, ); Part of Our Time, by Murray Kempton. For example, in , Hook infamously wrote Heresy, Yes – Conspiracy, No, which justified the witch-hunts of the Red Scare and the purging of communists from academia reasoning that Leninist doctrine was the basis of an international communist conspiracy of subversion – with all orders emanating from Moscow. Hook would end his life.
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Freedom and Responsibility Heresy, Yes—Conspiracy, No. By Sidney Hook. John Day. $ For the thoughtful person, reading something by Sidney Hook means an encounter with a mind informed by the social sciences, well disciplined in philosophy, sensitive to the best values in democracy, and intelligently alert to the contemporary issues which define the problems of the day.
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This article was published in the New York Times Magazine, 9 July, A controversial book. Additional Physical Format: Online version: Hook, Sidney, Heresy, yes--conspiracy, no. New York: J. Day Co., © (OCoLC) Online version. Heresy, yes - conspiracy, no by Hook, Sidney, Publication date There are no reviews yet.
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Publish your book with B&: Sidney Hook. Sidney Hook’s Heresy, Yes – Conspiracy, No From Fourth International, Vol No.3, May-Junepp Transcription & mark-up by Einde O’Callaghan for ETOL. Sidney Hook HERESY, YES – CONSPIRACY, NO The John Day Company, New York, $ pages. HERESY YES CONSPIRACY NO by Hook, Sidney A copy that has been read, but remains in clean condition.
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An ex-library book and may have standard library stamps and/or Rating: % positive. Incisive and illuminating essays on cultural freedom. Opposing both "cultural vigilantes" and "ritualistic liberals" Mr.
Hook grounds his argument on a sharp distinction between heresy, the right to which must be upheld, and conspiracy, which must be checked. The Communist issue is, of course, the central topic.
REVIEWS HERESY, YES-CONSPIRACY, No. By Sidney Hook. New York: The John Day Company, Pp. $ IN recent years publicists, political scientists, and lawyers have been com- pelled by tragic circumstances to re-examine and re-define principles of freedomAuthor: Mark D.
Howe. Heresy, Yes-Conspiracy, No by Sidney Hook Heresy, Yes-Conspiracy, No by Sidney Hook (pp. ) DOI: / In an inflamed moment, there may be no greater public service than the drawing of a distinction.
Infor example, Sidney Hook published a book called Heresy, Yes—Conspiracy. The precise opposite is the case. In my writings of the period (–52) collected in my “Heresy, Yes—Conspiracy, No,” (), the key pages of which were articles published in The New.
New York Intellectual Sidney Hook, a "hard" anticommunist and a scholar of Marxism attempted to set the terms of the debate over communism in his book, Heresy, Yes, Conspiracy, No. America, Hook.
Sidney Hook. Born: Dec Birthplace: New York City Died: Jul Location of death: Stanford, CA Cause of death: unspecified Gender: Male Religion: Jewish Race or Ethnicity: White Sexual orientation: Straight Occupation: Philosopher Nationality: United States Executive summary: Pragmatist Father: Issac Hook Mother: Jennie Wife: Carrie Katz (wife #1, div., one son) Wife: Ann Zinken Born: Such was the tone of his book from the early fifties, Heresy, Yes — Conspiracy, No, in which he argued that communism was not “an open and honestly avowed heresy but an international conspiracy centered in the Kremlin, in a state of undeclared war against democratic institutions.” Hook was very seldom personal in his polemics but he could.
The article reviews the book "Heresy, Yes: Conspiracy, No," by Sidney Hook. Convictions (Book). Gouinlock, James // Transactions of the Charles S. Peirce Society;Spring, Vol. 28 Issue 2, p Reviews the non-fiction book 'Convictions,' by Sidney Hook with an introduction by Paul Kutz.
In the spring ofhe wrote an admiring letter to philosopher Sidney Hook, praising his anti-Communist pamphlet “Heresy, Yes — Conspiracy, No!” and going on to bemoan the company he had Author: Peter Tonguette.the John Day Company published Heresy, Yes–Conspiracy, No, a page book expanded from a pamphlet (Heresy, Yes–Conspiracy, No!), itself expanded.
Jacques de Molay (6, words) exact match in snippet view article find links to article.THE basic thesis of Sidney Hook's new book, "Heresy, Yes—Conspiracy, No," has great plausibility for the liberal reader: Communist ideas, like all other hereti cal ideas, ought to be tolerated in a free society; while the conspiracy of Communist Party members to overthrow the Heresy, Yes—Conspiracy, No.
By Sidney Hook. The John Day Company.