Reason and Religious Beliefs 9.1

“Art draws attention to the possibilities of human living.” In the ninth lecture, McShane speaks about friendliness, faith, art and [ . . . ]

Reason and Religious Beliefs 9.2

“… the eternity tasted in every aesthetic apprehension …” “The concrete being of man … his sensitivity matches the operator [ . . . ]

12. Education in the Axial Period

McShane speaks about rewriting grade school textbooks, efficient metaphysics, linguistics, musicology, and dance in the transition to a “third stage [ . . . ]