Can you imagine our broadcasting stations putting philosophy on the air? And yet apparently, philosophy for the man in the street proved a popular subject, so popular that the talks are here published in book form, and they make good reading. A challenge to everyone to think straight, and act accordingly; to feel things honestly; to face the modern dillemmas of morals, religion, and social aspects, and to rediscover ones own emotional depths. It is a constructive philosophy, simply presented. Not as ""workable"" as Dimnet, perhaps, for the average reader. But might have somewhat that appeal, to a smaller group.