CREDO PERSPECTIVES (SIMON & SCHUSTER/TOUCHSTONE BOOKS)
Series Editor: Ruth Nanda Anshen.
Format: (1) Hardback with dust wrapper; (2) Paperback.
"In one popular monograph series, Credo Perspectives, edited by Ruth Nanda Anshen, we find a score of books by famous men of our time -- physical scientists, art critics, a supreme court justice, a smattering of social scientists, and two popes -- all of them affirming and asserting with great vigor, revealing on every page that they have managed, in a time of 'universal doubt,' to find reasons for faith and action."
-- Wayne C. Booth, Modern Dogma and the Rhetoric of Assent, University of Chicago Press, 1974, p. x.
Arranged alphabetically by author and title
A Believing Humanism: Gleanings by Martin Buber.
S&S, 1967, 1969.
A Believing Humanism: My Testament, 1902-1965.
S&S, 1967. Touchstone, 1969.
Translated with an Introduction and Explanatory Comments by Maurice
James Bryant Conant
Two Modes of Thought: My Encounters with Science and Education
S&S, 1964, 1970
Martin C D'Arcy, (S.I.)
Dialogue with Myself.
S&S, 1972 (Touchstone Books)
William O. Douglas
The Anatomy of Liberty: The Rights of Man Without Force
S&S, c. 1963.
The Torch of Life: Continuity in Living Experience.
S&S, 1962; 1970.
Beyond the Chains of Illusion: My Encounter With Marx and Freud.
Simon & Schuster Touchstone, 1962; 1985.
Introduction by Ruth Nanda Anshen.
Encounter with the Future
Pope John XXIII
An Invitation to Hope.
Simon & Schuster, 1967.
Living in a World Revolution: My Encounters with History.
S&S, 1964; 1970.
Robert M. MacIver
The Challenge of the Passing Years: My Encounter with Time
S&S, 1962, 1971.
F. S. C. Northrop
Man, Nature, and God: A Quest for Life's Meaning
S&S, 1962, 1972.
Pope Paul VI.
Dialogues: Reflections on God and Man.
The Redemption of the Robot: My Encounter with Education through Art.
S&S, 1966; 1969
Edmund Ware Sinnott
The Bridge of Life: From Matter to Spirit.
Simon & Schuster, 1966.
James Johnson Sweeney
Vision and Image: A Way of Seeing
S&S, 1968; 1972.
My Search of Absolutes.
With drawings by Saul Steinberg.
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