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Aldous Huxley leads a discussion of the ecological effects of technology; a witty, urbane lament that the birds and the bees may be the tragic price we are paying for our conquest of nature. Participants include Ritchie Calder, Robert M. Hutchins,…

Aldous Huxley leads a discussion of the ecological effects of technology; a witty, urbane lament that the birds and the bees may be the tragic price we are paying for our conquest of nature. Participants include Ritchie Calder, Robert M. Hutchins,…

Aldous Huxley predicts that the most pressing problems facing democracy in the following ten years will be the population explosion, the arms race, and rising nationalism. He suggests that shifting our attention from bad politics to enlightened…

Aldous Huxley predicts that the most pressing problems facing democracy in the following ten years will be the population explosion, the arms race, and rising nationalism. He suggests that shifting our attention from bad politics to enlightened…