White, Morton (Gabriel)
WHITE, Morton (Gabriel)
WHITE, Morton (Gabriel). American, b. 1917. Genres: Intellectual history, Philosophy. Career: Columbia University, NYC, instructor of philosophy, 1942-46; College of City of New York, instructor of physics, 1942-43; University of Pennsylvania, Philadelphia, assistant professor of philosophy, 1946-48; Harvard University, Cambridge, Massachusetts, assistant professor to professor of philosophy, 1948-70; Institute for Advanced Study, Princeton, NJ, professor, 1970-87, emeritus professor, 1987-. Publications: The Origin of Dewey's Instrumentalism, 1943; Social Thought in America, 1949; Toward Reunion in Philosophy, 1956; Religion, Politics and the Higher Learning, 1959; (with L. White) The Intellectual Versus the City, 1962; Foundations of Historical Knowledge, 1965; Science and Sentiment in America, 1972; Pragmatism and the American Mind, 1973; The Philosophy of the American Revolution, 1978; What Is and What Ought to Be Done, 1981; (with L. White) Journeys to the Japanese 1952-1979, 1986; Philosophy, the Federalist, and the Constitution, 1987; The Question of Free Will, 1993; A Philosopher's Story, 1999. EDITOR: The Age of Analysis, 1955; (with A. Schlesinger Jr.) Paths of American Thought, 1963; Documents in the History of American Philosophy, 1972. Address: Institute for Advanced Study, Princeton, NJ 08540, U.S.A.