Letter from Linus Pauling to Roy J. Kuffner. March 19, 1956

Pauling writes to Dr. Kuffner expressing his general disinterest in philosophy, despite his efforts to obtain a body of knowledge on the subject. Pauling views philosophy as verbalism, often lacking a deeper meaning beyond its dealing with words. Pauling also writes of his skepticism concerning the value of philosophy for young people.  View Transcript

Letter from Linus Pauling to Roy J. Kuffner. Page 1. March 19, 1956
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Associated: Max Mason

ID: corr200.21-lp-kuffner-19560319

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