Escape Mechanism

February 1940
Saturday Evening Post;2/3/1940, Vol. 212 Issue 32, p26
Presents views on the remarks of British scientist Julian Huxley which implies escape mechanism behavior which involves the escape of an individual from distasteful reality. Suggestion of Huxley to control society; Criticism on a thought in which everything runs perfectly under the direction of scientists.


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