Review of L'Ideal moderne by Paul Gaultier

L'Ideal Modern. Paul Gaultier. Paris, Hachette et Cie., 1908. Pp viii + 358.

There is little of psychological interest in this book. It attempts a 'higher synthesis' of the current antinomies of liberty and economic

(404) inequality, of individualism and socialism, of science and religion. In attempting to get to a level in which differences will be overcome, the author succeeds in eliminating most that is positive and characteristic of the opposing movements.

G.H. Mead
University of Chicago.


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