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88-89. The Tanner Lectures on Human Vulues 84 that first appeared in Cornhill Magazine in 1867 and 1868, and then in book form in 1869, Arnold wrote: Science has now made visible to everybody the great and pregnant elements of difference which lie in race, and in how signal a manner they make the genius and history of an IndoEuropean people vary from those of a Semitic people. Hellenism is of Indo-European growth, Hebraism of Semitic growth; and we English, a nation of Indo-European stock, seem to belong naturally to the movement of Hellenism.
225. [A PPIAH ] Race, Culture, and Identity 89 Herder himself had had to make a sharp distinction between nations and states because in eighteenth-century Europe there was not even an approximate correlation between linguistic and political boundaries. 44 The modern European nationalism, which produced, for example, the German and Italian states, involved trying to create states to correspond to nationalities : nationalities conceived of as sharing a civilization, and, more particularly, a language and literature.
14. “The Uncompleted Argument: Du Bois and the Illusion of Race,” reprinted from Critical Inquiry 1 2 (Autumn 1985), in “Race,” Writing and Difference ed. Henry Louis Gates, Jr. (Chicago: University of Chicago Press, 1986), pp. 21-37. Lucius Outlaw has remonstrated with me about this in the past; these rethinkings are largely prompted by discussion with him. [A PPIAH ] Race, Culture, and Identity 103 Among the most moving of Du Bois’s statements of the meaning of “race” conceived in sociohistorical terms is the one in Dusk of Dawn, the “autobiography of a race concept,” as he called it, which he published in 1940.
Apollo and the Archaic Temple at Corinth by Bookidis N.