by Richard Peters
Reader in Philosophy
In the University of London
The riddle of authority is most mysterious in the family, because of all human institutions the family has the strongest resistance to rationalisation and needs it most.
Second of two talks
Use Wolf (soprano) Martin Isepp (piano)
Das Rosenband; Suleika 1; Suleika 2; -Geheimes; Nachtviolen; Gretchen am
In der Frilhe; Verschwiegene Llebe ; Wiegenlied im Sommer; Fussreise; Die Nacht; Wie glanzt der helle Mond; Der Musikant
Third of seven programmes
ARTHUR Mizener talks about some of the stumbling-blocks British readers come up against in their reading of modern American novels.
The trouble, he suggests, is a different set of ' unexpressed assumptions about the nature and value of experience.'
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