Norman Cohn  

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Norman Rufus Colin Cohn FBA (12 January 1915 – 31 July 2007) was a British academic, historian and writer who spent fourteen years as a professorial fellow and as Astor-Wolfson Professor at the University of Sussex. He is known for such books as The Pursuit of the Millennium (1957).

Works

Essays

  • The Horns of Moses Commentary vol. 3 (September 1958)
  • The Myth of the Jewish World Conspiracy: A Case Study in Collective Psychopathology Commentary vol. 41 no. 6 (June 1966) 35
  • Monsters of Chaos Horizon: Magazine of the Arts no. 4 (1972) 42
  • Permanence de Millénarismes Le Contrat Social: revue historique et critique des faits et des idées vol. 6 no. 5 (September 1962) 289
  • Adamo: the Distinguished Savage The Twentieth Century vol. 155 (January 1954) 263
  • The Saint-Simonian Extravaganza The Twentieth Century vol. 154 (July 1953) 354
  • The Magus of the North The Twentieth Century vol. 153 (January 1953) 283
  • The Saint-Simonian Portent The Twentieth Century vol. 152 (July 1952)
  • How Time Acquired a Consummation Apocalypse Theory and the End of the World (1995) 21-37(compilation)





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