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Church Confronts Modernity Catholic Intellectuals and the Progressive Era

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ISBN-10: 0231131879

ISBN-13: 9780231131872

Edition: 2007

Authors: Thomas E. Woods, Jr. Woods

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Thomas Woods discusses the Catholic intellectual critique of modernity during the period immediately before & after the turn of the 19th century. He shows how the nonpluralistic institution of Christianity responded to an increasingly pluralistic intellectual environment.
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Copyright year: 2007
Publisher: Columbia University Press
Publication date: 12/5/2006
Binding: Paperback
Pages: 304
Size: 5.50" wide x 8.50" long x 0.50" tall
Weight: 0.726
Language: English

Thomas E. Woods Jr. was born on August 1, 1972. He holds a BA degree in history from Harvard and his masters and PhD from Columbia University. He served as a history department faculty member at Suffolk County Community College in N.Y. until 2006 then moved on to resident scholar and senior faculty member of Ludwig Von Misses Institute in Alabama. He is a N.Y. Times bestselling author of 10 books such as Meltdown: A Free Market Look at Why the Stock Market Collapsed, The Economy Tanked and Government Bailout Will Make Things Worse and Nullification: How to resist Federal Tyranny in the 21st Century. He has also written for several scholarly periodicals such as Historical Review and Investors Daily. He won the $50, 000 first prize in the Templeton Enterprise Awards for 2006 for his book The Church and The Market. He has been the associate editor for the Latin Mass magazine for 11 years. He has also appeared on MSNBC's Scarborough County and Bloomberg Television.

List of Figures and Tables
Preface
Locating and Citing Source Materials
Research in the Electronic Age
Locating Information
Search Library Catalogs
Search Online Databases
Search the World Wide Web
Evaluating Sources
Authority
Currency
Relevance
Other Considerations
Avoiding Plagiarism
Take Careful Notes
Consider Using Bibliography Software
Documenting Sources
The Logic of Citation
Five Principles of Citation Style
The Principle of Access
The Principle of Intellectual Property
The Principle of Economy
The Principle of Standardization
The Principle of Transparency
Reconsidering the Principles of Citation Online
Understanding the Element Approach to Online Citation
Author Information
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No author
Title of Page or Article and File Names
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Titles of Web Sites, Online Books, Journals, and Other Complete Works
Web sites
Online books
Online journals
Other complete works
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Publication Information
Internet sources
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Publications on fixed media
Date of Publication, Last Revision, or Modification
Page Numbers or Location
Sponsoring Organizations, Conferences, and Series Names
File Numbers, Search Terms, or Other Information
Date of Access
Citing Electronic Sources in the Humanities
Documenting Sources in the Text
Citations Without Page Numbers
Citations with Section, Paragraph, or Line Numbers
Citing Multiple Works by the Same Author
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Citations with No Known Author
Citations with No Author or Title
Citation of Multiple Works with the Same Titles and No Author
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Preparing the Bibliographic Material
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Graphics, audio, or video files
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Electronic Databases and Reference Works
Article from library databas