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A discussion of Judaism as a living entity, constantly evolving historically and transforming itself spiritually. Panelists assess the "new" ethnicity, the concept of "chosenness," messianism, and the change in moral values which has come about as a…

A discussion of Judaism as a living entity, constantly evolving historically and transforming itself spiritually. Panelists assess the "new" ethnicity, the concept of "chosenness," messianism, and the change in moral values which has come about as a…

A discussion of Judaism as a living entity, constantly evolving historically and transforming itself spiritually. Panelists assess the "new" ethnicity, the concept of "chosenness," messianism, and the change in moral values which has come about as a…

A discussion of Judaism as a living entity, constantly evolving historically and transforming itself spiritually. Panelists assess the "new" ethnicity, the concept of "chosenness," messianism, and the change in moral values which has come about as a…

B.F. Skinner responds to several criticisms that have been leveled at his book 'Beyond Freedom and Dignity,' giving examples of how his theories of operant conditioning have been successful in dealing with pigeons, monkeys, and men and citing…

In this discussion from a Center conference, the panelists debate the question of whether a new ethics is needed to deal with an increasingly technology-oriented, specialization-based medicine, which has eroded the traditional doctor-patient…

In this discussion from a Center conference, the panelists debate the question of whether a new ethics is needed to deal with an increasingly technology-oriented, specialization-based medicine, which has eroded the traditional doctor-patient…

The Center's Stringfellow Barr draws a parallel between America today and the ancient Roman Empire, which relied on force and money to achieve its ends. Followed by discussion with Scott Buchanan, William Gorman, W. H. Ferry, Harrop A. Freeman,…

A portrait is presented of the Catholic activist Dorothy Day, noted anarchist and editor of The Catholic Worker, through excerpts of talks by John Cogley, W. H. Ferry, Michael Harrington, Ammon Hennacy, Frank K. Kelly, and Robert Woetzel, as well as…

In this interview with Frank K. Kelly, the British peer, a Center consultant, focuses on his early years as a journalist and science writer, and particularly on his experiences as director of political and psychological warfare for Great Britain…