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John D. Wild, assistant professor of Philosophy, will speak on "Difficulties of Idealism" in the regular short-wave broadcast tonight at 8 o'clock over the non-commercial station WIXAL, in Boston.
This is the second of a series of four broadcasts of classroom lectures by Dr. Wild and William E. Hocking, Alferd Professor of Natural Religion, Moral Philosophy, and Civil Polity.
On Tuesday next Professor Hocking, will discuss "Idealism and Ethics," and on Tuesday, January 25 "Realism and Mysticism."
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