MAN, THE UNKNOWN by Dr. Alexis Carrel

MAN, THE UNKNOWN

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KIRKUS REVIEW

A famous scientist, member of the Rockefeller Institute, endeavors to convey a picture of man as a rounded individual, through the medium of the physiological approach, first, and, indirectly, through the psychological. Into the picture he has woven his own philosophy of the ideal concept, the goal toward which we should be working, the effect the world's disillusion should have on thinking man. Not a book for light reading -- nor for a wide popular market. More profound than Dorsey's Why We Behave Like Human Beings, and keyed to a less popular audience.

Pub Date: Sept. 12th, 1935
Publisher: Harper