A war made deliberately by the intellectuals! And the intellectuals are not content with confirming our belligerent gesture. If we responsibly approve, we then retain our power for guiding.
Most of the people that flu virus killed have long been forgotten — except, of course, by members of their own families. He knew his way around a piano, so for the next six years he worked as a piano teacher, a piano tuner, and a piano player accompanying singers in a recording studio in Carnegie Hall.
An Introduction to Revisionismand Persuaded by Reason: Bourne opposed this conflict, and he was especially worried that his own country, the United States, would choose to enter it before long. But the intellectual progress has been so gradual that the country retains little sense of the irony.
As far as it does this it has pragmatic value, but as far as it provides a certain radiant mirage of idealism for this war and for a world-order founded on mutual fear, it is dangerous and obnoxious.
The intellectual who retains his animus against war will push out more boldly than ever to make his case solid against it. A calm moral verdict, arrived at after a penetrating study of inexorable facts!
The colonialism of the other American stocks was denied a hearing from the start. The results of war on the intellectual class are already apparent. He knew his way around a piano, so for the next six years he worked as a piano teacher, a piano tuner, and a piano player accompanying singers in a recording studio in Carnegie Hall.
So Bourne postponed college and went to work. It must never be forgotten that in every community it was the least liberal and least democratic elements among whom the preparedness and later the war sentiment was found.
For the … calling away of energy into military pursuits means a crippling of the productive and life-enhancing processes of the national life.
And the English to save international honor! We are told to dry our unnoticed and ineffective tears and plunge into the great work.
It was a sort of moral bath; it cleared up for me a whole new democratic morality, and put the last touch upon the old English way of looking at the world in which I was brought up and which I had such a struggle to get rid of.
The most famous of these has gradually become so widely quoted in our culture that millions of people have heard it, even heard it repeatedly, without ever learning who originally wrote or said it: References[ edit ] Abrahams, Edward It is a noble realism which opposes itself to futile obstruction and the cowardly refusal to face facts.
It is the wheedling and the bargaining of the worn-out bullies as they rise from the ground and slowly restore their strength to begin fighting again. But he seems to have been born unlucky all the same.
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Randolph Bourne was an American intellectual journalist who flourished for a few years in the second decade of the 20th century. Bourne wrote mostly for magazines during this period and The New Republic in particular — until his radically antiwar views on the eve of the US government's intervention in World War I got him fired.
Randolph Bourne was one of the most intellectual voices of his generation, a social critic of considerable acuity and an analyst of American national life and culture without peer in the first two decades of the twentieth century.
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