„More and more it is becoming evident that what the West can most readily give to the East is its science and its scientific outlook.“

Quelle: 1920s, Science and the Modern World (1925), Ch. 1: "The Origins of Modern Science"
Kontext: More and more it is becoming evident that what the West can most readily give to the East is its science and its scientific outlook. This is transferable from country to country, and from race to race, wherever there is a rational society.

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—  John B. Cobb American theologian 1925

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