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  • Sidney Hook — (December 20 1902 ndash;July 12 1989) was a prominent New York intellectual and philosopher who championed pragmatism.BiographyBorn in Brooklyn to Jennie and Isaac Hook, who were Austrian Jewish immigrants, Hook was a Socialist Party supporter… …   Wikipedia

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