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December 23, 1944

La organización de la Universidad y la investigación científica

JAMA. 1944;126(17):1121. doi:10.1001/jama.1944.02850520063029

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Abstract

The author has published a series of lectures delivered in different cultural institutions of Chile in which he approached varied problems concerned with education, science, culture, philosophy, religion and politics. The reader has the impression that the author has taken advantage of these opportunities to expose those points of view that every cultured person has about the complexities of life and which, in general, are kept as a subject for private conversations of a high intellectual sort. This sort of lecturing can be highly instructive and amusing, especially if the lecturer presents his subject with both clarity and charm, as undoubtedly Dr. Lipschütz did. The frequent imperfections of the Spanish used, which are obvious to the eyes of the Spanish authority, no doubt passed unnoticed to the ears of the listener.

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