Modern Schoolman 76 (1):67-71 (1998)

Jewel Brooker
Eckerd College
A review of the Collected Writings of T. E. Hulme. Argues that Hulme, a philosopher/journist/poet who was killed in WWI, was a forerunner of the 20th-cent. mind, esp. as reflected in modernist poetry (T. S. Eliot, Imagism, Ezra Pound), aesthetics (Wilhelm Worringer), philosophy (Bergson, Jaspers, Wittgenstein), and politics (Charles Maurras, Georges Sorel).
Keywords T. E. Hulme  T. S. Eliot  Bergson  Original Sin  Humanism
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