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Man unfolding / Jonas Salk.

; I. Edward Kiev Judaica Collection (George Washington University. Gelman Library)
[1st ed.].. New York : Harper and Row, [1972] .
ISBN 9780060137397, 0060137398

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George Washington
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QH333 .S25 1972 Off-site
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QH 333 .S25 1972 Available Request
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Other Authors I. Edward Kiev Judaica Collection (George Washington University. Gelman Library)
Subjects Biology -- Social aspects.
Biology.
Ethics.
Human biology -- Social aspects.
Medicine.
Philosophy.
Social Problems.
Series World perspectives ; v. 46.
Description xix, 118 pages ; 22 cm.
Copyright Date [1972]
Notes Presented by the Dr. Ari Kiev family to the I. Edward Kiev Judaica Collection. DGW
Summary Salk suggests how ways of thinking that make use of the extensive biological knowledge at the molecular, cellular, and organismic levels we have acquired during recent decades can be extended and applied to some of the vital social, psychological and ethical problems we face.
Contents Biology and human life -- The biological way of thought -- Analogies between immunologic and psychologic phenomena -- Environment and evolution -- Two interrelated value systems: the genetic and the somatic -- Purpose: a biological necessity -- Responsibility -- Awareness of order -- Change, chance, choice, and challenge -- The familiar from an unfamiliar viewpoint -- Man's biological potential -- Education: for what? -- Violence and counterviolence -- Disease and counterdisease -- Health as wholeness -- The mind of man -- Man unfolding.
Network Numbers (OCoLC)489409
(OCoLC)ocm00489409
WorldCat Search OCLC WorldCat
WorldCat Identities Salk, Jonas, 1914-1995.
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