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Hocking Inaugurates Series Of Morality Talks Tuesday

"Idealism and Realism" Is Subject of Radio Address

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First of four radio lectures on, "Idealism and Realism" will be presented by William E. Hocking, Alford Professor of Natural Religion, Moral Philosophy, and Civil Policy over Boston shortwave station W1XAL at 8 o'clock tomorrow.

In this Tuesday evening series of broadcasts throughout January the texts are from transcriptions of classroom discussions by Professor Hocking and John D. Wild, assistant professor of Philosophy. The address tomorrow evening is entitled "Idealism, its General Spirit and Meaning."

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