The following lists the contents of Self and Society, Volume 4 Issue 4.
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Article:
The Bredgar Band
Author: Barry Howton
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Voluntary Community Action and Television—Conference Feb. 26–27 1976
Author: Hans Lobstein
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Some Observations of Self
Author: O. Mahala Edwards
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Newsletter from the Icelandic Chapter
Author: Inge Jonsdottir
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Shaw and the Life Force
Author: Roy Ridgway
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Abstract:

Bernard Shaw lived at a time when you had to shout to be heard. He was in turn waggish, outrageous and self-assertive, but the real Shaw was, as his friends testified, shy and sensitive. He was, in a sense, a deeply religious man. Running through much of what he said was a belief in an ultimate power in the universe, which he called the Life Force. The Life Force was what made things go round as well as go-wrong.

 


AHP Activities
Author: John Rowan
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Growth Centres
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An Illness in my Thinking
Author: Jenny Read
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Abstract:

The following article describes in detail a most painful experience which had been brewing up since my earliest recollection to the year 1957. Following the account of of experience, some of the many difficulties I had to cope with between 1962 and 1976 are given very briefly, and how I find myself at the present time.

 


Book Review:
Authors: John Rowan, John Rowan
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