Richard M. Weaver taught for nearly two decades at the University of Chicago before his death in 1963. A student under both John Crowe Ransom and Cleanth Brooks, Weaver was a well-known adherent of the Southern Agrarian school of social criticism. His books and essays have established him as one of the most important and influential philosophers of the twentieth century.
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