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THE MEANING OF EVOLUTION 10000
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VOLUME XXXVII, NO. 49 DECEMBER 5, 1984 THE MEANING OF EVOLUTION WHAT is the most useful way to think about the Evolution controversy—at present, the debate between the biologists and the creationists? The tensions which becloud and often distort the argument may be partly dispelled by as ...
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TWO VIEWS OF EVOLUTION 6020
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VOLUME XXXVII, NO. 52 DECEMBER 26, 1984 TWO VIEWS OF EVOLUTION THERE are rhythms in our psychological history as well as in the recurring events which affect the life of the planet. Since the prevailing outlook of an epoch has an identifiable uniformity—called "mindset" or "climate of op ...
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TRIALS OF STRENGTH 5648
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VOLUME XXXVII, NO. 15 APRIL 11, 1984 TRIALS OF STRENGTH RECENT publication (by Harper & Row) of Darwin's Legacy, edited by Charles Hamrun, embodying the fruits of the eighteenth Nobel Conference (at Gustavus Adolphus College in Minnesota) held on the occasion of the hundredth anniversary ...
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THE ACTS OF INDIVIDUALS 5456
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VOLUME XXXVII, NO. 13 MARCH 28,1984 THE ACTS OF INDIVIDUALS CONCERNING the making of history there are two schools of thought. The first of these, perhaps still the dominant one, holds that the major contributing factors that shape our lives are all environmental and that we can do very ...
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FROM MORALITY TO ETHICS 5278
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VOLUME XXXVII, NO. 50 DECEMBER 12, 1984 FROM MORALITY TO ETHICS WAR is a subject that cannot for long be left alone. The prospect of world-destroying conflict hangs over all peoples like the sword of Damocles, but is unlike it in that the weapons of modern war, according to expert testim ...
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SPECIES OF COMMON SENSE 5264
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VOLUME XXXVII, NO. 4 JANUARY 25, 1984 SPECIES OF COMMON SENSE IT is a dictate of human experience, and therefore of common sense, that some people do some things very well. This is the ground for asserting that knowledge exists. The people who do things well know how to do them, and to k ...
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HOW LONG WILL IT TAKE? 5164
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VOLUME XXXVII, NO. 51 DECEMBER 19, 1984 HOW LONG WILL IT TAKE? A FEW years ago, a contemporary essayist—one of the most distinguished—speaking to a group of graduate students, including practicing biologists, asked a question to which he could get no intelligible answer. Why, he wanted t ...
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AN UNEASY INQUIRY 4995
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VOLUME XXXVII, NO. 14 APRIL 4, 1984 AN UNEASY INQUIRY THERE are some subjects that have enduring importance and need to be understood, yet are without an easily accessible "handle" for definition. One of these is "Orthodoxy," the term having come to us from religious history, meaning the ...
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THE WILL TO BE ONESELF 4980
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VOLUME XXXVII, NO. 16 APRIL 18, 1984 THE WILL TO BE ONESELF SHOULD democracy prevail in the selection of ideas to give attention? No is surely the right answer, yet the question is raised again and again by the persuasions of human behavior. Business, for one thing—and in our lives busin ...
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WHAT MAKES A SCIENTIST? 4971
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VOLUME XXXVII, NO. 44 OCTOBER 31, 1984 WHAT MAKES A SCIENTIST? WRITING for the New Yorker (of Nov. 20, 1947), Niccolo Tucci told of his discovery, during a talk with Albert Einstein, of the great physicist's devotion to ancient Greek thinkers. He learned that the world's most eminent sci ...
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