Politics | Critical Essay by A. D. Lindsay

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Critical Essay by A. D. Lindsay

SOURCE: A review of The Great Society: A Psychological Analysis, by Graham Wallas, in the Political Quarterly, No. 3, September, 1914, pp. 201-04.

In the following review, Lindsay offers a positive estimation of The Great Society, but observes that certain portions of the book should have been "considered less from the standpoint of psychology and more from that of philosophy. "

This [volume, The Great Society] is a welcome sequel and complement to that most original and stimulating book Human Nature in Politics. Mr. Wallas is easily the most instructive of our present writers in political theory. This book is as full of enlightening obiter dicta, of passages of shrewd observation and of ripe wisdom, as was his earlier work. It is also more important as essaying a much greater task. Human Nature in Politics was mainly negative in its result...

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