by J. P. CORBETT
Professor of Philosophy in the University of Sussex
In a recent talk Peter Laslett , of Trinity College, Cambridge, proposed that Oxford and Cambridge should lose their undergraduates and concentrate on research. Professor Corbett's talk is a direct reply to and criticism of Mr. Laslett's suggestions.
A modern Polish play by Slawomir Mrozek translated by MAIA RODMAN
Three men sit on a raft in the middle of the ocean. There seems little hope of rescue, and their food has run out. Two of them may survive if they kill and eat the third. But which one is to be sacrificed? with Gudrun Ure , Brian Parker and Wilfred Babbage
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