Humanist essays. by Gilbert Murray

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Essays in Humanism is a collection of Einstein’s nonscientific writings in these areas. First published in by the Philosophical Library, this collection has been recently rereleased in ebook form by Open Road Media. The 43 essays included, written from towere originally presented as public speeches, book forewords, or Cited by: 3.

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