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Image from web page 174 of “A mechanistic view of war and peace” (1915)
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Title: A mechanistic view of war and peace
Year: 1915 (1910s)
Authors: Crile, George Washington, 1864-1943 Rowland, Amy Farley, 1872- ed
Subjects: War Planet War, 1914-1918
Publisher: New York, The Macmillan Organization
Contributing Library: Cornell University Library
Digitizing Sponsor: MSN
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the web of life, Christian ac-tion patterns are formed if in a pagan net, hebecomes pagan if in a peaceful internet, peaceful ac-tion patterns result if in a warlike net, warlikepatterns are inevitable. The brain patterns thatdominate at the close of the adolescent and at thebeginning of the adult period fix and establish untildeath the life reactions of the individual. Theaction patterns therefore formed in the plastic brain con-stitute the personality of the person and makethe reactions of the human mechanism as inevitableand as correct as are the reactions of a man-mademachine. A wheelbarrow can’t perform the workof an automobile, but the distinction among thewheelbarrow and the automobile is much less than thedifference in between the cannibal and the scholar. The atmosphere consequently is the mold whichpredetermines the man. If for a generation everynewborn babe of China could be interchanged withevery newborn babe of France, the web of life ofChina would develop Chinese action patterns in the
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(_<)pyrit,ht hi HoiMce K, Turner Co., 21-four Clarenfiim 8l,, Boston, Mass. The Contact to Arms and the Finish Result EVOLUTION TOWARD PEACE loi brains of the French children and the web of lifeof France would generate French action patterns in thebrains of the Chinese young children. But fairly Chinawould nonetheless stay China and France would remainFrance. Hence if the offspring of any two alienpeople whose brains are comparable in size andplasticity be interchanged, the action patterns ofthe brains of the kids will be modified, but theweb of life in every nation will remain fixed. Themolten metal adapts itself to the mold — the moldremains unchanged. The only way by which theaction patterns of a people can be altered is by chang-ing the mold — altering the atmosphere. Thusslowly science and invention and human experiencemodify the mold which stamps generations to come. In America the plastic newborn of several races andnationalities are gathered and are so melted andmolded in our public sc
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Image from page 848 of “Hardware merchandising January-March 1911” (1911)
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Title: Hardware merchandising January-March 1911
Year: 1911 (1910s)
Subjects: Hardware sector Hardware Implements, utensils, and so forth Creating
Publisher: Toronto :
Contributing Library: Fisher – University of Toronto
Digitizing Sponsor: Algoma University, Trent University, Lakehead University, Laurentian University, Nipissing University, Ryerson University and University of Toronto Libraries
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The Gillette Safety Razor Co. of Canada, Restricted Workplace and Factory: 63 St. Alexander^Street, MONTREAL Offices in NEW YORK (Occasions Creating), CHICAGO (Stock Exchange Constructing), LONDON, ENGLAND, and SHANGHAI, CHINA Factories in Montreal, Boston, Leicester,Berlin and Paris HARDWARE AND METAL A This Mark stamped into the Blanks we make_^_ protects the user.
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