Social Science and Modern Man: Alan B. Plaunt Memorial Lectures 1969

University of Toronto Press (1970)
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Abstract

The main theme of these lectures is man's struggle to understand himself as a social being. A discussion of the major problems confronting man in his attempts to come to grips with the modern social world ends with a plea for liberalism and rationalism as the political and intellectual foundations of freedom and progress.

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