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... by weighing the advisability of that penalty today, and in Europe. With much
less competence, I shall try to reply to the wish expressed by a Swiss jurist,
Professor Jean Graven, who wrote in 1952 in his remarkable study on the
problem of the ...
And, though the biological basis of both kinds of diversity is the same in principle,
it is different enough in its outward manifestations that the difference constitutes a
genuine problem. This is the perennial nature-nurture problem. The confusion ...
Still another problem is presented by the fact that modern economic crises most
often result from a "distortion" between the different economic sectors, more
exactly, from unequal growth of the different sectors. Here, automation must
prove to ...
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This is a freshman level college anthology. Any anthology of course suffers from having to include too much, to having to exclude other items. This one seems quite workable. Read full review
THE NECESSITY FOR THINKING
John Henry Newman
THE RIGHT USE OF LANGUAGE
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