An Electric Universe by R. A. Lyttreton ,
F.R.S. Stokes Lecturer in Mathematics in the University of Cambridge
In this, the last of a group of three talks,
Dr. Lyttleton starts from the realisation that there is no experimental evidence for absolute numerical equality in the charge on the electron and proton. He assumes in fact, that they are not precisely equal and from this develops a new theory.
(: second broadcast)
A discussion between the three speakers in this series: December 28
by Yoshida Kenko
Translated from the Japanese by Geoffrey Bownas
Produced by Terence Tiller with authentic medieval and modern Japanese music with Tom Lake and Allan McClelland
Talk by A. J. Ayer
Professor of Logic
In the University of Oxford individuals is the title of an essay in metaphysical description published earlier this year by P. F. Strawson in which he considers the logic of referring to particular things such as particular historical events and particular material objects and ourselves and other people.
Professor Ayer discusses some of Mr.
Strawson's conclusions in > this work ot great philosophical interest.
by Miriam Camps Research Associate, Princeton University
The European Free Trade Area agreement, recently initialed in Stockholm, has been supported in this country and elsewhere primarily as a bridge-building operation between the Seven and the Six. Miriam Camps, who has been making a special ttudy of the subject for the Ford Foundation and P.E.P., suggests that the trouble with the Stockholm plan is that, although it lays the foundation for a bridge with the Six, it is the kind of bridge that the Six find even less acceptable today than they did a year ago.
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