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Huxley, Aldous
The Human Situation - The Santa Barbara Lectures
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This is a series of lectures Aldous Huxley gave in 1959, as the first visiting professor at the University of California, Santa Barbara. He stated that it is an impossibly large project but worth undertaking, even inadequately, as an antidote to academic specialization and fragmentation. The range of scholarship, understanding, and vision revealed in these talks is remarkable. Huxley illuminates, with extraordinary clarity, not only the problems but also the potentialities of the modern world. These lectures were adapted into a book of the same name edited by Piero Ferruci. The Human Situation (16 tapes) can be purchased individually or as a complete set for a special rate. The set includes the following sixteen tape titles: Integrate Education; Man and His Planet; More Nature in Art; The Population Explosion; How Original is Original Sin?; War and Nationalism; The World's Future; The Individual Life of Man; The Problem of Human Nature; The Ego; The Unconscious; Language; Art; Man and Religion; Latent Human Potentialities; and Natural History of Visions. - 1959 Santa Barbara - Sixteen Audiotapes