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The Metaphysical Club: A Story of Ideas in America Quiz

Louis Menand
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Questions 1-5 of 25:

1.

An individual could not have a right or a freedom unless ___________ as a whole had it first. (from Part 5, Chapter 15 Freedoms, Section 1 | Part 5, Chapter 15 Freedoms, Section 2)

2.

Eventually G. Stanley Hall was able to talk his employer into sending him to _______ to study more. (from Part 4, Chapter 11 Baltimore, Section 3 | Part 4, Chapter 11 Baltimore, Section 4)

3.

In 1903, James published a book entitled _________. (from Part 5, Chapter 13 Pragmatisms, Section 4 | Part 5, Chapter 13 Pragmatisms, Section 5)

4.

Soon after he was fired from Johns Hopkins, Charles Pierce bought a farm with his new wife. He was subsequently fired from ________. (from Part 5, Chapter 13 Pragmatisms, Section 2 | Part 5, Chapter 13 Pragmatisms, Section 3)

5.

Quetlet published several pieces that pointed to societal factors instead of biological factors. Which country in Europe were unsure of his work? (from Part 3, Chapter 8 The Law of Errors, Section 3 | Part 3, Chapter 8 The Law of Errors, Section 4 | Part 3, Chapter 9 The Metaphysical Club, Section 1)

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