Letters, May 2, 1949

Where Is Man?

Sir:

"Where Is Man?" [TIME, April 11] is so wise—so eminently wise (to paraphrase Quiller-Couch on Newman's Idea of a University) —as to deserve being bound by every college student "for a frontlet on his brow and as a talisman on his writing wrist."

R. C. WILLIAMS, S.J.

Creighton University Omaha, Neb.

Sir:

. . . Don't you think that one conclusion might be that: 20th Century man expects too much of himself?

(MRS.) J. C. NELSON

New York City

Sir:

Your reporting on the M.I.T. conference would have been more honest if you had pointed out that the scientists . . . represent a...

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