Second Morden Lectures
In the first of two lectures at Portland State, Sir Medawar, a philosopher, author, and Nobel Prize winning scientist, addressed the question of whether or not there are external or internal limitations to human comprehension, particularly in the area of science. The lecture, which took place in Lincoln Hall at Portland State, was introduced by PSU President Joseph C. Blumel and Vice President for Academic Affairs Leon Richelle.
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Philosophy, Science, Communication
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Medawar, Peter Brian, ""Is Human Understanding Finite?"" (1978). Special Collections: Oregon Public Speakers. 181.