The Resource Paleface; : the philosophy of the "melting-pot."

Paleface; : the philosophy of the "melting-pot."

Label
Paleface; : the philosophy of the "melting-pot."
Title
Paleface;
Title remainder
the philosophy of the "melting-pot."
Creator
Subject
Language
eng
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Cataloging source
DLC
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1882-1957
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Lewis, Wyndham
Index
index present
LC call number
HT1521
LC item number
.L455 1969
Literary form
non fiction
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  • Race relations
  • Race relations in literature
  • Race relations in literature
  • Race relations
  • Relations interethniques
  • Relations interethniques
  • United States
  • United States
  • États-Unis
Label
Paleface; : the philosophy of the "melting-pot."
Instantiates
Publication
Note
Reprint of the 1929 ed
Carrier category
volume
Carrier category code
nc
Carrier MARC source
rdacarrier
Content category
text
Content type code
txt
Content type MARC source
rdacontent
Contents
Part I: A 'Moral Situation' -- 1. The Future of the Paleface Position -- 2. If the Redskin were in our Position -- 3. The Ethics at the Basis of the Colour Question -- 4. The Ethics at the Basis of the Colour Question -- 5. Passing 'the point yond which there seems no longer to be either good or evil' -- 6. 'Every man both by law and common sentiment is recognized as having a "suum"' -- 7. Our World has become an almost purely Ethical Place -- 8. Espirit de Peau -- 9. How you must beware of too much 'espirit de peau' -- 10. The White in the same boat as the Black -- 11. The Paleface that 'negation of colour' as seen by Du Bois -- 12. The Black, and the Paleface Middleclass Democratic Ideal -- 13. A German Vision of Black versus White -- 14. White Phobia in France -- 15. The Effect of the Pictures of the White Man's World upon the East -- 16. Final Objections to me as 'Champion' -- Part II: Paleface -- Section I: Romanticism and Complexes -- 1. The Paleface receives the Dubious Present of an 'Inferiority Complex' -- 2. White Hopes with a 'Complex' -- 3. The opposite 'Superiority Complex' thrust at the same time upon the Unwilling Black -- 4. The Nature of Mr. Mencken's Responsibility -- 5. What is 'Change' or 'Progress, ' and are they One or Many? -- 6. From White Settler to Poor City-White -- 7. 'Americana' of Mencken -- 8. 'Complexes' as between Whites -- 9. The American Baby -- 10. Was Walt Whitman the Father of the American Baby? -- 11. The Healthy Attitude of the American to his 'Babylon' -- 12. Sherwood Anderson -- 13. The Essential Romanticism of the Return to the 'Savage' and the 'Primitive' -- 14. Possessed by 'a Dark Demon' -- Section II: The 'Inferiority Complex' of the Romantic White, and Student Suicides -- 1. Romance on its Last (Physical) Legs -- 2. The Consciousness of One Branch of Humanity is the Annihilation of Another Branch -- 3. When the 'Consciousness or Soul of a Race is Crushed, the Race Collapses among the Whites of the United States -- 5. Races similarly ruined by the White Man -- 6. Behaviorist 'Summer Conversation' -- 7. Race or Ideas? -- Section III. 'Love? What Ho! Smelling Strangeness' -- 1. 'We Whites, creatures of spirit' / D.H. Lawrence -- 2. Mr. Lawrence a Follower of the Bergson-Spengler School -- 3. Spengler and the 'Musical' Consciousness -- 4. Communism, Feminism, and the Unconscious Found in the Mexican Indian by Mr. Lawrence -- 5. The Indian a 'Dithyrambic Spectator' -- 6. The Under-parrot and the Over-Dog -- 7. Evolution, a la Mexicanine: (genre cataclysmique, a la Marx) -- 8. Race or Class Separation by means of 'Dimension' -- 9. An Invitation to Suicide addressed to the White man -- 10. 'Spring was coming on fast in Southern Indiana' -- 11. Torrents of Spring -- 12. The Dread of Sexual Impotence -- 13. The Manner of Mr. Anderson -- 14. 'Brutal Realism' cum the Sophistication of Freud -- 15. The Black Communism of Anderson -- 16. 'What ho! Smelling Strangeness' -- 17. The 'Poetic' Indian -- 18. The Mississippi and the Manufacturers -- 19. Passages from Poor White -- 20. The Contradiction between the Communist Emotionality of Mr. Anderson and his impulses to counter the Machine Age -- 21. White "Sentimentality" -- 22. 'I wish I was a Nigger' -- 23. The Kid -- 24. The Fantods -- 25. 'uncas' and the Noble Redskin -- 26. Machines versus Men -- 27. Henry Ford and the 'Poor White' -- Conclusion -- 1. The White Machine and its Complexes -- 2. 'Inferiority, ' and withdrawal 'Back to Nature' -- 3. The Revolultionary Rock-drill and the Laws of Time -- 4. The 'Jump' from Noa-Noa to Class-War -- 5. How all Backward Steps have to be represented as Forward Steps -- 6. A Working Definition of the 'Sentimental' -- 7. Every Age has been 'a machine Age' -- 8. What is 'the West'? -- 9. The Intellect 'Solidifies' (the Arguments advanced here in their relation to the Thomist Position) -- 10. The Necessity for a New Conception of 'the West, ' and of 'The Classical' -- 11. How the Black and the White might live and let live -- 12. The part Race has always played in Class -- 13. Black Laughter in Russia -- 14. White Laughter
Dimensions
23 cm
Extent
xi, 303 pages
Isbn
9780838309902
Lccn
73095438
Media category
unmediated
Media MARC source
rdamedia
Media type code
n
System control number
  • (OCoLC)00028486
  • (OCoLC)ocm00028486
Label
Paleface; : the philosophy of the "melting-pot."
Publication
Note
Reprint of the 1929 ed
Carrier category
volume
Carrier category code
nc
Carrier MARC source
rdacarrier
Content category
text
Content type code
txt
Content type MARC source
rdacontent
Contents
Part I: A 'Moral Situation' -- 1. The Future of the Paleface Position -- 2. If the Redskin were in our Position -- 3. The Ethics at the Basis of the Colour Question -- 4. The Ethics at the Basis of the Colour Question -- 5. Passing 'the point yond which there seems no longer to be either good or evil' -- 6. 'Every man both by law and common sentiment is recognized as having a "suum"' -- 7. Our World has become an almost purely Ethical Place -- 8. Espirit de Peau -- 9. How you must beware of too much 'espirit de peau' -- 10. The White in the same boat as the Black -- 11. The Paleface that 'negation of colour' as seen by Du Bois -- 12. The Black, and the Paleface Middleclass Democratic Ideal -- 13. A German Vision of Black versus White -- 14. White Phobia in France -- 15. The Effect of the Pictures of the White Man's World upon the East -- 16. Final Objections to me as 'Champion' -- Part II: Paleface -- Section I: Romanticism and Complexes -- 1. The Paleface receives the Dubious Present of an 'Inferiority Complex' -- 2. White Hopes with a 'Complex' -- 3. The opposite 'Superiority Complex' thrust at the same time upon the Unwilling Black -- 4. The Nature of Mr. Mencken's Responsibility -- 5. What is 'Change' or 'Progress, ' and are they One or Many? -- 6. From White Settler to Poor City-White -- 7. 'Americana' of Mencken -- 8. 'Complexes' as between Whites -- 9. The American Baby -- 10. Was Walt Whitman the Father of the American Baby? -- 11. The Healthy Attitude of the American to his 'Babylon' -- 12. Sherwood Anderson -- 13. The Essential Romanticism of the Return to the 'Savage' and the 'Primitive' -- 14. Possessed by 'a Dark Demon' -- Section II: The 'Inferiority Complex' of the Romantic White, and Student Suicides -- 1. Romance on its Last (Physical) Legs -- 2. The Consciousness of One Branch of Humanity is the Annihilation of Another Branch -- 3. When the 'Consciousness or Soul of a Race is Crushed, the Race Collapses among the Whites of the United States -- 5. Races similarly ruined by the White Man -- 6. Behaviorist 'Summer Conversation' -- 7. Race or Ideas? -- Section III. 'Love? What Ho! Smelling Strangeness' -- 1. 'We Whites, creatures of spirit' / D.H. Lawrence -- 2. Mr. Lawrence a Follower of the Bergson-Spengler School -- 3. Spengler and the 'Musical' Consciousness -- 4. Communism, Feminism, and the Unconscious Found in the Mexican Indian by Mr. Lawrence -- 5. The Indian a 'Dithyrambic Spectator' -- 6. The Under-parrot and the Over-Dog -- 7. Evolution, a la Mexicanine: (genre cataclysmique, a la Marx) -- 8. Race or Class Separation by means of 'Dimension' -- 9. An Invitation to Suicide addressed to the White man -- 10. 'Spring was coming on fast in Southern Indiana' -- 11. Torrents of Spring -- 12. The Dread of Sexual Impotence -- 13. The Manner of Mr. Anderson -- 14. 'Brutal Realism' cum the Sophistication of Freud -- 15. The Black Communism of Anderson -- 16. 'What ho! Smelling Strangeness' -- 17. The 'Poetic' Indian -- 18. The Mississippi and the Manufacturers -- 19. Passages from Poor White -- 20. The Contradiction between the Communist Emotionality of Mr. Anderson and his impulses to counter the Machine Age -- 21. White "Sentimentality" -- 22. 'I wish I was a Nigger' -- 23. The Kid -- 24. The Fantods -- 25. 'uncas' and the Noble Redskin -- 26. Machines versus Men -- 27. Henry Ford and the 'Poor White' -- Conclusion -- 1. The White Machine and its Complexes -- 2. 'Inferiority, ' and withdrawal 'Back to Nature' -- 3. The Revolultionary Rock-drill and the Laws of Time -- 4. The 'Jump' from Noa-Noa to Class-War -- 5. How all Backward Steps have to be represented as Forward Steps -- 6. A Working Definition of the 'Sentimental' -- 7. Every Age has been 'a machine Age' -- 8. What is 'the West'? -- 9. The Intellect 'Solidifies' (the Arguments advanced here in their relation to the Thomist Position) -- 10. The Necessity for a New Conception of 'the West, ' and of 'The Classical' -- 11. How the Black and the White might live and let live -- 12. The part Race has always played in Class -- 13. Black Laughter in Russia -- 14. White Laughter
Dimensions
23 cm
Extent
xi, 303 pages
Isbn
9780838309902
Lccn
73095438
Media category
unmediated
Media MARC source
rdamedia
Media type code
n
System control number
  • (OCoLC)00028486
  • (OCoLC)ocm00028486

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