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|José Ortega y Gasset, 1883-1955 ~ But I am not so sure that to be balanced is |
necessarily a virtue. ... Jimmy Carter, 1924- ~ We must learn to balance the
material wonders of technology with the spiritual demands of our human race.
|“We must learn to balance the material wonders of technology with the spiritual |
demands of our human race.” — John Naisbitt ... When I started my career,
computers were large, mainframe monsters taking up entire floors of an
|We must learn to balance the material wonders of technology with the spiritual |
demands of our human race. - Naisbitt, John The press, the machine, the railway,
the telegraph are premises whose thousand-year conclusion no one has yet ...
|"We must learn to balance the material wonders of technology with the spiritual |
demands of our human nature."1 Solving the problems of nuclear use, arms race,
and world hunger are examples of areas where this balance is essential if ...
|B ut still the question remains of how to ensure equality and overcome illusions of |
racial or national superiority and inferiority. ... We must learn to balance the
material wonders of technology with the spiritual demands of our human nature.
|Technology, following science, has made reproductions of works of art |
universally available and has, in Malraux's ... Architecture has succeeded to
some extent (though we avert our eyes from our window as we write this). Some
of the great eighteenth- and nineteenth-century engineers had breadth and
balance, but perhaps simply by virtue of sheer number, spirit was ... He is helped
by learning technique and art history but he must search for things from the
unconscious that will ...
|New technology provides,, improved radar and laser range, and significant new |
features. .... Most important, I believe in the promise of America, in the idea that
we must always marry our newest advances and knowledge with our oldest ...
spiritual matters and represent an advance in evolution of religious thought —
perhaps ridding religion of superstition and cults, and opening a new age ... W
Pete Seeger Musician M There's a 50-50 chance that the human race will be
here in 2001.
|Our discussions confirmed my previous belief that we should bring all of the |
widely scattered theoretical work together. ... By 1985, according to an official
estimate, one-fourth of her ever- expanding electrical power demand will be
supplied by .... as the decisive technology of the twentieth century, one that is
essential to the survival of the expanding human race. .... It is the prototype of a
commercial fusion reactor, the first Fusion, Electrical, Material and Sanitation (
|Why, as Dr. Dubridge asks, are scientists expected to be perfect, and why should |
the demand be made in accordance .... The loyalty-security policies now in force
restrict the rights of individuals and infringe on the liberty of one of our greatest
spiritual treasures. ...... We are still lacking in the ability to weigh and balance the
various factors under these standards. Our ...... to the human race, science has
come more and more to be thought of as the knowledge of the practical
possibilities of ...
|We must be prepared as only educated men can be to discard old myths in the |
light of new realities. ... It is of great importance that we try to learn more about the
strange and fascinating Chinese nation, . . . the aims of its leaders and ... The fact
that scientific and technological developments all over the world are part of a
common development and are similarly .... Party and were aware that their
material and social well-being depended upon their compliance with its demands