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' The Web of Thought and Action '- I


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A Ready-Made World
H. LEVY , Professor of Mathematics at the Imperial College of Science and Technology
A Discussion
THE PICTURE OF the world possessed by any one person is only partial; it is influenced by his work and his position in the social structure. The aim of this series is to present a more or !ess connected picture of the whole, by interpreting the separate view-points of thinkers and workers in various spheres of thought and action. There will thus emerge a kaleidoscope of. human experience.
The series will be begun by considering some problems with which the citizen is faced, and will continue by transmitting those problems through a series of speakers, until the philosopher is finally brought into the picture. It will be the task of the interlocutor to see that questions asked are answered, and that the social projection of thought in action is kept in the foreground.
Professor H. Levy , Professor of Mathematics at Imperial College, will act as interlocutor, and will be responsible for securing the continuity of the series.


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' The Web of Thought and Action '- I

National Programme Daventry, 10 April 1934 20.30

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