Developing Sanity in Human Affairs

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Index
Abbott, Edwin A., 150
Abortion, 412-418
Abstracting, 88, 125-126, 159, 163; awareness of, 194-195; "dead level," 192; and objectivity, 376- 380
Ackerman, Diane, 336
Action-consequences elementalism, 77-80
Adultery, virtual, 15
Advertising, 13-14
Allness/non-allness spectrum, 170- 171, 189
Allport, Gordon W., 160
Ambiguity, 329
American Cultural Patterns: A Cross Cultural Perspective ( Stewart and Bennett), 190, 193
American Humanist Association, 394, 425
American Journal of Epidemiology, 320-321
Ames, Adelbert, 72
"Anthropometer," 7
Anxiety, information, 218
Argentina, 197, 200-201
Aristotle, 138-139, 146
Art of Awareness ( Bois), 83
Ashby, W. Ross, 111
Assisted suicide, 206-215
Atheism, 401-405
Audiences, 264-266, 317
Bachelard, Gaston, 88
Balance, 159-160
Baltimore, Robert, 324
Bandler, Richard, 280-283
Banducci. Marion, 209
Bateson, Gregory, 298, 301
Beck, Aaron, 279
Behavior: The Control of Perception ( Powers), 278
The Bell Curve ( Herrnstein and Murray), 146
Benedict, Helen, 371-372
Benedict, Ruth, 329
Bennet, Milton, 190,193
Benoit, Dominique, 239
Bentley, Arthur, 73
Berger, Peter, 206
Berlin Wall, 386
Berman quizzes, 262-263

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