Objects & Places from The Metaphysical Club: A Story of Ideas in America

Louis Menand
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Boston

This place is a city in Massachusetts from which most of the pragmatic thinkers came.

Ball's Bluff

Colonel Edward Baker chose this place for the site of his first assault.

Cambridge

This place is a city in Massachusetts where Harvard is located, and was the original starting point for three of the founding fathers of pragmatism.

Copperheads

This group is comprised of Northerners who opposed the war and sympathized with the South.

Columbia University

This is the university where Dewey went to work when he left the University of Chicago.

Germany

This is the European country where many of the young men of the United States went to complete their studies and receive their graduate degrees.

Harvard

This is a college in Boston that was one of the best in the country. It was the leader in many areas of philosophy, medicine, law, and science.

Hull House

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