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The City College of the City University of New York where Mortimer Kadish studied.
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Columbia University where Mortimer Kadish received a Master of Arts and a Doctor of Philosophy degree.
(This study is a fresh and original attempt to liberate th...)
This study is a fresh and original attempt to liberate the theory of criticism from the limitations of connoisseurship, and the assumptions of aesthetics from the difficulties and paradoxes of aesthetic relativism.
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This recognized study by philosophy professor Mortimer Kadish and law professor Sanford Kadish is a truly interdisciplinary inquiry into the idea of departing from the strict letter of the law in a way that, they argue, actually comports with both law and morality.
(In the present time of discontent and emphasis on change ...)
In the present time of discontent and emphasis on change hi social, economic, and political life, The Ophelia Paradox has particular pertinence to the prospects for resolving the basic issues of conduct. It should be of interest to philosophers, sociologists, and psychologists, and of special relevance to anyone concerned with the interrelationships of ethics, art, and law.
Mortimer Kadish studied at City College of New York where he received a Bachelor of Social Science degree in 1938. He also attended Columbia University and received a Master of Arts degree in 1939 and a Doctor of Philosophy degree in 1950.
Mortimer Kadish performed his military service from 1941 to 1945. In 1947, he started his career as a lecturer at the City College of New York and held this post until 1948. In 1948 he became a faculty member at Case Western Reserve University. In 1950 he started to work as a professor of philosophy and in 1985 he became professor emeritus. Kadish also worked as director of the program of philosophical studies from 1964 to 1966. He was department head at Case Western Reserve University from 1965 to 1967 and from 1972 to 1976.
Mortimer Kadish published his first novel, Point of Honor, in 1952. In 1968, he published Reason and Controversy in the Arts. He also wrote a book, Discretion to Disobey: A Study of Lawful Departures from Legal Rules, together with Sanford H. Kadish. His last book was published in 1994. Kadish is the author of many articles and reviews in philosophical journals.
(This recognized study by philosophy professor Mortimer Ka...)1973
(This study is a fresh and original attempt to liberate th...)1968
(In the present time of discontent and emphasis on change ...)1994
(Realistic war novel of U.S. artillerymen in the Italian c...)1952
Mortimer R. Kadish was a member of the American Association of University Professors, American Philosophical Association and American Society of Legal and Political Philosophy.
Mortimer Kadish married Ruth Morman on February 10, 1948. The marriage produced a daughter. Mortimer and Ruth divorced. Kadish married Emily Kostoroski on February 11, 1973.