Two talks on the prospect for space to solve the worlds problems.|MAN ON EARTH, OR THE MOON? / Aldous Huxley and S.P.R. Charter. - Two British philosophers present of a social critique of the human situation in the form of an informal discussion, repeatedly pointing to the links between technological innovation and econological problems. They cover such issues as: publication of a utopian novel "Island," how utopianism relates to social and political change, science and its accomplishments, population problems, priorities in research funding, the unimportance of space exploration, and our reactions to technology. BROADCAST: KPFA, 31 Aug. 1962.
Man on earth, or the moon? / Aldous Huxley and Charter.
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KPFA, 31 Aug. 1962.
1 reel (71 min.) : 7 1/2 ips, mono.|72:30
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Los Angeles : Pacifica Radio Archive, 1962.
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