The Brattle Street Lectures

I – 1. Introduction,  pp. 1-3; 2. The Luther of Physics–Diagnosis of Research or the Redirection of Scientific Problems, pp. 3-16. The Luther of Physics, and the re-embedding of the natural sciences. The situation of the theology in 1500 similar to the situation of physics today. The important scientific parties today.The Richard Cabot Lecture, The Science of Bodies and The Appeal to Somebody.

II – Language, Logic, Literature. 1. Language as nature, pp. 1-3; 2. Language as social organizer, pp. 3-6; 3. Sentence and act; 4. Their four possible combinations; 5. When to change from one combination to the other; (4 and 5 not marked). Scepticism and Mystification. The modern Sophists and the university machinery and monopolies. The three scientific processes: designing, enumerating, articulating.   The growth of logic and mathematics. The lack of a science of articulation. Popular substitutes. The disease of self-expression. Proper remedies.] 17 pp.{Cf. unpublished item, The University of Logic, Language and Literature (1935), not identical.}

III – A. Diagnosis of Education and Redirection of the Mind; B. The Religion of the Scientist,  pp. 1-2; C. Personal Education, pp. 2-6; D. Buddha>, pp.6-8; E.Lao-tzu, pp. 8-11; F. Abraham, Jesus, Buddha, Laotse, 19 pp. {= Unpublished item, The Penetration of the Cross. Abraham, Jesus, Lao-tzu, Buddha (1939), II,  pp. 2-55.}

Jan. 13, 20, and 27, 1939. Unpublished. Not microfilmed, but see “Language, Logic, Literature.” – 1939

Christmas 1939: First Advent

1939. 8 pp. Introduction to a planned new edition of Out of Revolution. Rauner Library, Dartmouth College. Unpublished. Reel 6, Item 325. – 1939

The Happy Guilt

Some miscellaneous pages on the Sabbath between Crucifixion and Easter. Meant for some 6 lectures during 8 days, organized by the Quakers at Dartmouth College. 1939 or 1940. 13 pp. Rauner Library, Dartmouth College. [1. The Church and the churches; 2. The individual and the makro-anthropos; 3. The history of man in prophesies;  4. The consecration of the water;  5. The felix culpa; 6. The crucifixion of the cross. With a separate piece of 4 unnumbered pages: On the Great Saturday, Israel lost her secret. For this, see Out of Revolution (1938), pp. 483f., 763.] Unpublished. Reel 6, Item 327. – 1939

On the Renaissance and Revolution of Medieval Studies

Conclusion of a paper reflecting on the new Institutes of Medieval Studies in Montreal and Toronto. 1939 (ca.), 3 concluding pages: 23-25. Rauner Library, Dartmouth College. Unpublished. Not microfilmed. – 1939

The Pacification of the New Nationalism

(Proposal to the Carnegie Institute by the Organisation of German Scholars Abroad: Notgemeinschaft deutscher Wissenschaftler). 1939. 4 pp. Rauner Library, Dartmouth College. Unpublished. Reel 6, Item 328. – 1939

Perpetual Features of Education

(Deleted heading: Philosophy 10, Eugen Rosenstock-Huessy I.U.D. Dr. Phil. Dartmouth College. Universities, Past and Present or The Imperatival Logic of Education. A Philosophy of Science.), 1939. Manuscript of 83 pp.; typescript by L. van der Molen, 21 pp. Rauner Library, Dartmouth College. [Introduction, p. 1; / I part: Perpetual features of education. The quantities of education, p. 9; The basic situation: History versus nature, p. 19; The first commandment of education, p. 27; Some Analyses of the first commandment,  p. 38; The first commandment as Man’s Magna Charta, p. 53; Journalism and education, p. 60.] Unpublished. Reel 6, Item 330. – 1939

The Science of Bodies and The Appeal to Somebody

Richard Cabot Lectures on the Future of the University (Cambridge, Mass., 1939). 15 pp. Rauner Library, Dartmouth College. {From The Brattle Street Lectures, I, 2: The Luther of Physics. Also in: Rosenstock-Huessy Papers, Vol. 1 (1981), Ch. 2.} Unpublished. Reel 6, Item 322. – 1939

The Spirit of Recognition

On Rhythm, Time-Span, Accent and Emphasis. Christmas 1939. 10 pp. Rauner Library, Dartmouth College. Unpublished. Reel 6, Item 332. – 1939