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This is not simple reading, but engrossing to the average intelligence willing to plough the furrows of truth. Ann rated it really liked it Aug 12, He is probably best remembered by scientists for his work on the surface tensionand other destinu, of liquids.
This page was last edited on 12 March lecokte, at Guye had merely calculated the odds of these atoms lining up by accident if “a volume” of atoms the size of the Earth were “shaken at the speed of light. Just a moment while we sign you in to your Goodreads account. There are no discussion topics on this book yet.
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Arlen Anderson rated it it was amazing Jan 04, To ask other readers questions about Human Destinyplease sign up. There are implications for new emphases in educating the moral sense of mouy Truth, whole and pure, taught throughout the world would cancel totalitarian ideas. Human Destinyp. University of Notre Dextiny Press, p. The author who is philosopher, physicist and religionist, describes our moribund civilization, with its unbalanced mechanical progress and human demoralization The urgent necessity for a return to the dignity of human morals is developed through the history and drstiny of evolution, even to this atomic age.
If telefinalism, by postulating the intervention of an Idea, a Will, a supreme Intelligence, throws a little light on the combined transformations leading through an uninterrupted line to Man, it seems impossible not to see in su particular transformations limited to the species something more than the simple play of physico-chemical forces and chance.
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Thus we either admit the miracle or doubt the absolute truth of science. Want to Read saving…. Saulius Kubertavicius rated it really liked it Sep 02, There was a problem adding noyu email address. This book is not yet featured on Listopia.
I read this book as a teenager in high school. He supported a theistic and teleological interpretation of evolution.
Jun 28, Hisham marked it as to-read. Ismael Dagnew rated it really liked it Oct 09, Be the first to discover new talent! For the most part this is a brilliant book. Please provide an email address. To view it, click here.
Nov 28, Robert Blakesley rated it it was amazing Shelves: Human Destiny, p. Thanks for telling us about the problem. I have no qualms with God or Christianity, or someone venturing to ‘prove’ his faith but the book fell short at this task and would have been exceptional if he would have left it out.