Man in the modern world.
- London, Chatto & Windus, 1947.
281 p. 21 cm.
- The uniqueness of man.
Eugenics and society.
Climate and human history.
The size of living things.
The courtship of animals.
The intelligence of birds.
The analysis of fame.
Science, natural and social.
Religion as an objective problem.
Life can be worth living.
On living in a revolution.
Philosophy in a world at war.
War as a biological phenomenon.
Thomas Henry Huxley and Julian Huxley: an imaginary interview.
Dr. Spooner: the growth of a legend.
Birds and men on St. Kilda.
Tennessee revisited: the technique of democratic planning.
Colonies in a changing world.
"Race" in Europe.
Education as a social function.
- The first ten [essays] appeared in The uniqueness of man ... and the last eleven in On living in a revolution."
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