Signs of the Times

Judge Harold R. Medina in an address at Rollins College reported in The Winter Park Sun Winter Park, Florida

The title of my address is "The Liberal Arts and Whole Man." ... I shall introduce my subject by collating a few key phrases from an article by Professor Caryl P. Haskins entitled "Science and the Whole Man." ... He speaks of "Mass standardization" as "dwarfing the individual;" he speaks of "the gifted, the free, the unstandardized individual" as one with "superior imagination, superior communicativeness and persuasion, superior judgment;" he speaks of "essential individuality" and "essential non-conformity," and the critical importance in these trying times of Americans who are "independent" and "original."

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June 21, 1958

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