The Humanist Frame
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THE HUMANIST FRAME
Sir Julian Huxley 11
A HUMANIST VIEW OF PROGRESS
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accepted achieved advance animals architecture artist become behaviour belief biological brain C. H. WADDINGTON century Christian civilization communication concepts conscious course courtly love cultural democracy dualism economic effective emotional environment ethical evolution evolutionary Evolutionary Humanism example existence experience fact feeling function future genetic H. J. MULLER human human evolution Humanist Huxley ideas ideological important increasing individual industrial inner integrated Julian Huxley kind knowledge living London man's mankind marriage material means medicine ment mental methods mind modern moral natural selection nature noosphere occultism organization pattern philosophy physical political population possible potentialities present principles problems production progress psychoanalysis psychological psychosocial realized reason relation religion religious responsibility result romantic love scientific scientists sense sexual social society super-ego supernatural theory things thinking thought traditional understanding United Nations University Press values York