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But the formation of a new, coherent view of nature and man based upon facts
consonant with science and actual social conditions is still to be had. What we
call the Victorian Age seemed to have such a philosophy. It was a philosophy of ...
Similarly, the crudest social existence implies the effort of untold generations of
men to differentiate foods from poisons, invent tools, devise shelters, create
symbols, signs, and gestures, and build up a body of communicable experience.
This line of reasoning led me to what may be called the religion of Social
Immortality, because it is essentially based on the idea that the individual self,
which is the product of the accumulated effect of the social self, leaves an
indelible mark of ...
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Autobiographical essays by Einstein, Bertrand Russell, Dewey, Dreiser, H.G. Wells, Nansen, James Jeans, Babbitt, Arthur Keith, James Adams, H.L. Mencken, Julia Peterkin, Lewis Mumford, G.J. Nathan, Hu ... Read full review
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