Myra Verney (soprano)
Clifton Helliwell (accompanist)
Le jardin mouille; Nuit d'automne Deux mélodies, Op. 12:
Amoureux séparés; A un jeune gentilhomme— ode chinoise
Deux poemes chinois. Op. 47:
Favorite abandonee; Vois, de belles filles
Deux chansons, Op. 35:
Des fleurs font une broderie; Réponse d'une epouse sage
by Arnold Toynbee
5 — The Psychology of Encounters In this lecture Professor Toynbee speaks about the havoc worked by an idea or institution or technique when it is cut loose from its original setting and is spread abroad into a foreign social environment.
2-' Philosophical Implications'
Second of two talks by Leon Rosenfeld
Professor of Theoretical Physics in the University of Manchester
According to Professor Rosenfeld, when the development of science achieves some new synthesis it brings the scientific point of view of the world nearer to Life. In this talk he shows how much more realistic are the conceptions of quantum theory compared with those of classical physics.
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