Reflections on life: science, religion, truth, ethics, success, society
Foundation for the Future, 2003 - Philosophy - 165 pages
This book distills six decades of diary entries on science, religion, truth, ethics, success, and society by Walter Kistler, scientist, industrialist, and philanthropist. The book explores these subjects through the lenses of analysis and implication, and presents the compelling findings of an extraordinary, lifelong, intellectual odyssey.
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The Balance of Pleasure and Pain
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