The intellectual versus the city, from Thomas Jefferson to Frank Lloyd Wright

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Statement[by] Morton and Lucia White.
SeriesPublications of the Joint Center for Urban Studies
ContributionsWhite, Lucia, joint author.
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Pagination270 p.
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By Morton and Lucia White. By Morton and Lucia White. (Cambridge: Harvard University Press and the M.I.T. Press, xii + pp. Notes and index. $), Journal of American History, Vol Issue 4, MarchPages –, https://doi Author: William H. Jordy. The Intellectual Versus the City: From Thomas Jefferson to Frank Lloyd Wright (Harvard University Press, ), by Morton White, Professor Emeritus in the School of Historical Studies, and Lucia Perry White, is an examination of anti-urbanism in American thought throughout history.

In exploring the role of the city in American society and consciousness, one marked by apprehension. The intellectual versus the city, from Thomas Jefferson to Frank Lloyd Wright Publication of the Joint Center for Urban Studies: Authors: Morton Gabriel White, Lucia White: Publisher: Harvard University Press, Original from: the University of Michigan: Digitized: May 7, Length: pages: Export Citation: BiBTeX EndNote RefMan2/5(1).

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Contents: Opening theme --The Irenic age: Franklin, Crevecoeur, and Jefferson --Metaphysics against the city: the age of Emerson --Bad dreams of the city: Melville, Hawthorne, and Poe --The displaced patrician: Henry Adams --The visiting mind: Henry James --The ambivalent urbanite: William Dean Howells --Disappointment in New York.

Abstract. Whenever American attitudes toward the city are under discussion we are likely to hear a familiar note of puzzlement. We hear it, for instance, near the end of the influential study by Morton and Lucia White, The Intellectual versus the City: From Thomas Jefferson to Frank Lloyd making their case for the centrality of antiurban motives in American thought and expression Cited by: 1.

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Reprint. From Thomas Jefferson to Frank Lloyd Wright, intellectuals have hated the city. pp, no creasing to spine, but a crease to top front corner cover. The Intellectual Versus The City: From Thomas Jefferson To Frank Lloyd Wright by Morton Gabriel White and Lucia White | out of 5 stars 1.

and L. White, The Intellectual Versus the City: From Thomas Jefferson to Frank Lloyd Wright (Cambridge: Harvard University Press, ). Google Scholar Author: Lloyd Rodwin, Robert M. Hollister. (Morton and Lucia White) The Intellectual versus the City: from Thomas Jefferson to Frank Lloyd Wright (Harvard, ) (Arthur Schlesinger, Jr.

and Morton White, eds.) Paths of American Thought (Houghton Mifflin, ) The Foundations of Historical Knowledge (Harper & Row, ) Science and Sentiment in America (Oxford University Press, ). In their book “The Intellectual Versus the City,” published inMorton and Lucia White pointed out that from Thomas Jefferson to Ralph Waldo Emerson to Frank Lloyd Wright.

The Intellectual Versus the City: From Thomas Jefferson to Frank Lloyd Wright by White, Morton Gabriel, and White, Lucia and a great selection of related. On the anti-city attitude of the American intellectual see the important study: Morton and Lucia White, The Intellectual Versus the City — From Thomas Jefferson to Frank Lloyd Wright, (New York, Mentor Books, ), pp.

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Praeger Publishers, ), pp. 7–Cited by: 1. Mumford did not hate the city: it was, for him, the engine of history, a reservoir of cultural creativeness. The theory of Hajnal, from many aspects, runs parallel with Mumford’s – moreover, the Hungarian historian gives a detailed theory on the types of European city.

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What connects them is an ecological : Gábor Kovács. Historians will remember him for his pathbreaking book, "The Revolt Against Formalism. "About Us. Submissions; was “The Intellectual Versus the City: From Thomas Jefferson to Frank Lloyd.

SOURCE: "The Plea for Community," in The Intellectual Versus the City: From Thomas Jefferson to Frank Lloyd Wright, Mentor,pp. [In the following excerpt from an article originally. Morton White, Philosopher of Holistic Pragmatism, Dies at 99 Morton White in in his office at Princeton.

was “The Intellectual Versus the City: From Thomas Jefferson to Frank Lloyd. 2 "Wright vs. the International Style" was first published in Art News, March Ch. 6 "Frank Lloyd Wright and the Twentieth-Century Style" was published in Ch. 11 "Frank Lloyd Wright and the Stuff of Dreams" was published in Includes 28 photographs and illustrations of Wright’s work.

Frank Lloyd Wright On Architecture: Selected Writings (Soft Cover) (Published by Universal Library, Gosset & Dunlap, New York) Frank Lloyd Wright, Edited by Gutheim, Frederick: First published in by Duell, Sloan and Pearce, New York, as the first volume in the Frank Lloyd Wright. The second, edited with his then-wife, sociologist Lucia White, was The Intellectual Versus the City: From Thomas Jefferson to Frank Lloyd Wright ().

It surveyed the conflicted American attitudes about the merits of rural and urban life. 3Morton and Lucia White, The Intellectual Versus the City: From Thomas Jefferson to Frank Lloyd Wright (Mentor Books ed.: New York, ), pp.

15, 4Ibid., pp.Some scholars have accepted the anti-urban interpretation in general and/or with regard to Park in particular.

Scot Donaldson, following the Whites.In collaboration with his first wife, Lucia Perry White, he explored the theme of anti-urbanism in American thought and the role of the city in relation to societal values and attitudes in The Intellectual Versus the City: From Thomas Jefferson to Frank Lloyd Wright (Harvard University Press, ).

The Whites were greatly influenced by.American intellectuals and elites, from Thomas Jefferson to Frank Lloyd Wright, have famously been dismissive of cities.

This antiurban intellectual tradition is the subject of Morton and Lucia White’s influential book, The Intellectual Versus the City(). Their basic argument is that the lack.