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McNair, Lectures Deliaered 1
finnfimiAfl frnm first, nasre
i tionolYnergvelluInr; rotoplasm, ; individuals," races, and . nviron
j an,l evolution by natualvection. ! merit. It' explains h.-vv a in in -1
! Those three -rout subjects have qualities have been displaced by
occupied the, attention of men
nd have directed the course of
mure in the past century
1) 'others. Around the law
'of conservation of energy a theory
. wis worked out 'which 'sought to
explain our gteat system With
the la w of . cellular protoplasm
jc riain' sciojjsts have s uiffht to
! work out' the cause and pffecf rc-
latins in the -animal world. The
iuRuejice of tUese two discoveries
has spread very little beyond the
realms of science
j great discovery .has haU a very
j wide-spread and strong influence
; not only in science but in almost
1I ' 1. " f.. 1
This law ()f evolution by
t 1 a i
natural selection was discovered
independently and almost simtii-
) laneously by. Charles Darwin and
kUssc W a I ace in tlie middle ot
the uineteentu century, it seeks
in explain the evolution and re
t.roressioo '.of -'organic life both
and individual. It was
so comprehensive that it was re
ceived skeptically. But with the
development of geology iis princi
ples were supplemented with
illustrations and are now accept-
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! ranp nf-thft- man V variations of
human ones ana now s;tae yic
tneiits have fallen before civilized
ones. It embodies tie eliicnl"
conception of life bcinr a sirug-'
gle of groups At present the'
tendency in science is 'o deal with
purposes and reasons rather than
materials. Some persons still do
not accept Darwin's work as a
truth ; but to one who does wish
to know tlie truth and see it pre
vail it is the greatest contribu-
tion to philosotuc science oi tne
The second lecture was con
cerned .with new views of politics
and Utters. Dr. Hartley stated
that the changes of thought ot
different geuer;ttions toward
problems of science had been, in a
large manner parallel to the
changes toward political (jtn s
tions. The three impoi t;mi stages
were the Re vol n1 i n a v 1 7S9 1 8 1 5.
the Individualistic 1SI5 48 : nd
the Naii'rt;il I'totn :184S o " Tl p
Revolution;! ry s! :;x- was m tked
by a struggle in Fr. nee for Lib
erty, Equality and Fraternity, us
the French . recognized them.
They did jnot gain the Liberty
they sought for, but obtained
Equality in the sight of the law
and Fraternity, whicti was
characterized by a; spirit of un
selfishness. The effects of these
attainments were far-reaching.
Closely following the Revolution
ary period came the Individual
istic. This was at the beginning
of the nineteenth century but its
oriarin eroes further back. The
Individualist believed that men
naturally worked together and
that free action of individual
men in working out their own
problems resulted in collective
good for the community. The
public mind at this time welcomed
competition and free trade. The
English judges encouraged com
petition. The idea of competition
as a solution of their problems
was that if a baker charged too
much, for bread, induce other
bakers to come in and supply the
demand at cheaper rate. Spencer
tried to show the same effect in
morals and politics. This period
was marked by prosperity. In
1830 there was a reaction in favor
of Socialism. There was a nega
tion that the individual can work
out public good. This worked
up the laborers to the Revolution
of 1848. After this, national
feelings and sentiments prevailed, j
In a, short time Italy, the United
States and Germany became na
tions of significance. Patriotism
grew and; Humanitarian ism was
pushed to the background. In
1848 Socialism gave way to
Nationalism. Two notable effects
were the high tariff and large
standing armies. The spirit of
this age was national rather than
fraternal. Ideas, of individual
relationship turned at length; to
the pragmatic view, which em
bod ies the famous teaching of
Gamaliel, Pragmatism seems to
find in what way the universe is
turning and fit the facts tq that.
The individual is subordinate to
tne group and the survival of the
fittest applies to the group rather
than the individual. Thus Dr.
Hadley brought the record of
thought in regard to political
questions down to the present,
and disclosed the growing respon
sibility and relationship of one to
An account of the third lecture
wi" r'vc" in next week's Tar
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