Life, Language, Law: Essays in Honor of Arthur F. Bentley

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ADELBERT JR. AMES Internationally known for his researches in visual perception, the late Dr. Ames, in his work at Dartmouth and Princeton, has made what might be called a monumental investigation into the old adage "Seeing is believing."

LUDWIG VON BERTALANFFY. Biologist and philosopher of science. His recent work has been closely connected with the integration of knowledge in General System Theory. Co-founder of the Society for the Advancement of General System Theory, he is currently Director of Biological Research, Psychosomatic Research Institute, Mt. Sinai Hospital, Los Angeles.

P. W. BRIDGMAN. A pioneer in modern American physics and a Nobel Prize winner in 1946. His epochal The Logic of Modern Physics in 1927 affected the thinking of a generation of scientists and has been followed by four other books.

DON CALHOUN. A social psychologist, with advanced degrees in political science and sociology. At present he is directing The Gallery of Fruits and Trees, Fort Pierce, Florida, and writing a book to be called Love and Status.

FELIX COHEN. Few contemporary Americans are as well-known for their contribution to a broad, socially-based legal philosophy. He has applied this philosophy in labors on behalf of the American Indian; a number of his books, including Ethical Systems and Legal Ideals, Handbook of Federal Indian Law, and Combating Totalitarian Propaganda, illustrate his philosophical and practical interests. Yale University Press will publish a collection of the late Dr. Cohen's papers selected by Mrs. Felix Cohen.

BERTRAM GROSS. Political scientist, author ( The Legislative Struggle: A Study of Social Combat), teacher, staff worker, consultant and adviser in a variety of roles with the U.S. Government, the United Nations, and the Government of Israel.

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