Man and Materialism
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Originally published in 1957, this book offers a challenging intellectual experience to the reader who wishes to understand the broad historical trends that determine the future of humanity on this planet. The book examines natural laws that govern humanity by looking at communities over long periods of time and noting patterns which become evident. The book includes discussions of communism, the crisis in food and population growth, the significance of industrialism and man and his religious beliefs – all issues that remain as relevant today as when the book was first published.
Table of Contents
1. The Tangled Skein 2. The Tangible Aspects of Communism 3. The Intangible Aspects 4. The Historical Record 5. The Significance of Industrialism 6. The Thing 7. A Biological Paradox Resolved 8. What is the Mind? 9. The Relationship of Individual and Community 10. The Evolution of Humanity 11. Crisis in the Modern World: The First Problem 12. Population: The Second Problem 13. Fossilization: The Third Problem 14. The Religious Impulse in Man.