Three Crucial Developments In Nineteenth-Century America Preconditioned Subsequent Events For The Twentieth Century:

America’s obsession with a monolithic conception of positivist science understood primarily as technology rapidly became identified with the national destiny (innovations like the steam engine, telegraph, and railroads defeated the Confederacy). 2. Quantitative analysis expressed in mathematical equations emerging from the natural sciences of physics and chemistry became the exclusive model of scientific knowledge. 3. … More Three Crucial Developments In Nineteenth-Century America Preconditioned Subsequent Events For The Twentieth Century:

Any, Every, And All Ideology Is Un-American.

The dictionary definition of ideology is no longer tenable: “a manner or the content of thinking characteristic of an individual, group, or culture; the integrated assertions, theories and aims that constitute a sociopolitical program; a systematic body of concepts especially about human life or culture; or visionary theorizing.” Thankfully, Hannah Arendt recognized the change and … More Any, Every, And All Ideology Is Un-American.