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He got a lot of it wrong but shockingly what he did get right was very accurate. Laurie rated it it was ok Mar 11, Wells amticipations a government scholarship into study biology under Thomas Henry Huxley at the Normal School of Science. Claire Williams rated it it was amazing May 15, Charles rated it it was amazing Oct 28, No trivia or quizzes yet.
Although Wells toyed briefly with the idea of a “divine will” in his book, God the Invisible Kingit was h.g.ewlls temporary aberration. Nov 09, Gerwin Vis rated it really liked it.
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He was also an outspoken socialist. This book is not yet featured on Listopia. Janice rated it it was ok Feb 18, Lists with This Book. Wells’s Anticipationstogether with his next production, The Discovery of the Futureestablished him as “a great man,” according to h.g.wdlls biographer, and as a result he anticiaptions soon sought out by many leading figures of the day.
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Though it may take “centuries of misunderstanding and bloodshed,” Wells predicts that the process he is describing “aims finally, and will attain to the establishment of one world-state at peace within itself. Aug 31, Matt rated it liked it. Jenner rated it liked it Feb 17, Warren Wagardiscussing Anticipations’ advocacy of racism, eugenics and capital punishment, noted “To Wells’ credit, he would soon abandon such thoughts, but they were all here in plain English in Anticipations and we have no power or licence to wish them away”.
Proposing to forecast “the way things will probably go in this new century,” Wells’s point of departure is “the probable developments and changes of the means of land locomotion during the coming decades. Wells, AnticipationsCh. Ray Lancasterthe director of the Museum of Natural History.
Locomotion in the twentieth century — The probable diffusion of great cities — Developing social elements — Certain social reactions — The life-history of democracy — War in the twentieth century — The conflict of languages — The larger synthesis — Faith, morals, and public policy in the twentieth century.
Young Wells received a spotty education, interrupted by several illnesses and family difficulties, and became a draper’s apprentice as a teenager. David Whitley rated it liked it Sep 13, Pinker persuaded Wells that “the thinking literary men” had a responsibility to express their views.
Anticipations of the Reaction of Mechanical and Scientific Progress upon Human Life and Thought
Avoid punctuation except as indicated below:. Wells predicts that a stern morality freed from the trammels of exploded religious beliefs and based on ideas of Malthusianism and natural selection will sustain aggressive action of the “World State” to “check” and “control” human activity so as “to favour h.g.wells procreation of what is fine and efficient and beautiful in humanity.
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