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- A Review of B. F. Skinner's Verbal Behavior
- Language, 35(1): pp. 26-58
- The Manchurian Candidate
- thriller novel, adapted into films in 1962 and 2004, banned in communist states "for political reasons," and condemned by the American Legion
- Cf. How the West Was Won (disambiguation)
- Cf. How the World Was One: Beyond the Global Village by Arthur Clarke (1992)
- Words and Things: A Critical Account of Linguistic Philosophy and a Study in Ideology
- Gollancz, London; Beacon, Boston
- See also: correspondence in The Times, 10 November to 23 November 1959
- Ernest Gellner/Words and Things
- Thought and Action
- It propounded an intentionalist theory of the philosophy of mind taking account of developments in psychology. Although he considered most continental philosophy vulgar and fraudulent, Hampshire was much influenced by Maurice Merleau-Ponty. He insisted that philosophy of mind "has been distorted by philosophers when they think of persons only as passive observers and not as self-willed agents". In his subsequent books, Hampshire sought to shift moral philosophy from its focus on the logical properties of moral statements to what he considered the crucial question of moral problems as they present themselves to us as practical agents.
- The Two Cultures and the Scientific Revolution
- Rede Lecture
- He argued that the breakdown of communication between the "two cultures" of modern society - the sciences and the humanities - was a major hindrance to solving the world`s problems.
- Frank Leavis (1962) Two Cultures?