Articulated Speech

(follow-up to 1937 unpublished item?). Ch. 4 – Equations in time; 5 – The Survival of The Imperative; 6 – Grammatical Diagnosis. 1938 (?). 8 pp. (pp. a – h.) Rauner Library, Dartmouth College. Unpublished. See Reel 6, Item 312A. “Equations in time” can be found on Reel 13, Item 610. – 1938

The Future of Natural Law

Speech before Jurists. With a postscript and a letter, his “depositum fidei,” to Hans Thieme from March 31, 1955. 1938. 25 pp. Archiv der Eugen Rosenstock-Huessy Gesellschaft.  Unpublished. Reel 6, Item 316. – 1938

Mythical Grammar

1938-1939. 10 pp. numbered vii-xvi. Rauner Library, Dartmouth College. Unpublished. Reel 6, Item 317. – 1938

On the De Magistro of St. Augustine

Paper read before the Augustinian Society at Harvard University. December 17, 1938. 10 pp. Pamphlet in Argo Books Archive. [1. Augustine’s effect on sociology; 2. Former evaluations of the De Magistro; 3. Repentance for a Social Situation: The Distemporaneity of Teacher and Student; 4. The biographical place of De Magistro.] Unpublished. Reel 6, Item 318. – 1938

Our Means of Resistance

Richard Cabot Lectures. 1938-1939. 6 pp. [1. Nine Theses; 2. Our System of Coordinates; 3. Four Demands.] Rauner Library, Dartmouth College. Unpublished. Reel 6, Item 318A. – 1938

Out of Revolution: Autobiography of Western Man

(New York: William Morrow & Co., 1938; reprint, London: Jarrolds, 1939; Norwich, Vt.: Argo Books, 1969, with introductions by Page Smith, Bastian Leenman, and Col. A. A. Hanbury Sparrow, xxii pp.; Providence: Berg Publishers, 1993, with an introduction by Harold Berman), 795 pp. {A different version of: Die Europäischen Revolutionen. Volkscharaktere und Staatenbildung (1931), Die Europäischen Revolutionen und der Charakter der Nationen(1951), Die Europäischen Revolutionen und der Charakter der Nationen (revision, 1961; reprint, 1987).} Reel 6, Item 314. – 1938

Privilege and Future Opportunity of the University

Richard Cabot Lectures. October 7, 14, 21, and 28, 1938. 113 pp. Rauner Library, Dartmouth College. [Lecture 1 – The German University. Parents, scholars, students, administrators; The human side of thought;  “Mr. Dick” and the end of the German University. Lecture, pp. 1-15; discussion, pp. 16-24. / Lecture  2 –The American University. Woodrow Wilson’s legacy to American universities, Princeton, Chicago, Dartmouth; The modern confusion between ideas, sciences, education and knowledge, exemplified by A. E. Housman’s “Introductory Lecture”; The proper relations between birth, growth, spread and death of thought; Economy of the mind. Lecture, pp. 1-19; discussion, pp. 20-29. / Lecture 3 – Ideas. The opportunities of parents; The ten commandments of education: Listen, read, think, play; doubt, protest, suffer; return, teach, designate; The institutional representation of these commandments in society. Lecture, pp. 1-21b; discussion, pp. 22-28. / Lecture 4 – Facts. The opportunities of scholars: the question of their trustworthiness; How ideas are changed into sciences; The transition from faith to science through work, which must be 1) of universal significance, 2) detached from the environment, 3) vouched by concrete persons, 4) exposed to constant criticism; The forgotten principle of the occidental universities: Paris, Bologna, Salerno and their secret (postponed to a later session due to  lack of time). Lecture, pp. 1-20; discussion, pp. 21-32.)] Four of six lectures. Missing are Lecture 5 – Men, The fellowship of students, and Lecture 6 – Administrative Measures. For their content see next entry: Privilege and Future Opportunity of the University (Summaries, summary of the whole series) Rauner Library, Dartmouth College. Unpublished. Reel 6, Item 320. – 1938

Revolution as a Political Concept

ca. 1936-1939. 20 pp. handwritten, numbered a-t, incomplete; typescript by L. van der Molen, 6 pp. Rauner Library, Dartmouth College. Unpublished. Reel 6, Item 321. – 1938