Natural History, Vol. 49: The Magazine of the American Museum of Natural History; January-May, 1942 (Classic Reprint)

Edward M. Weyer Jr.

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Synopsis: Excerpt from Natural History, Vol. 49: The Magazine of the American Museum of Natural History; January-May, 1942

E OF the Museum believe that Man's ignorance, selfishness, El and brutality must be combatted by teaching old and new truths of Nature and that Nature will provide both the knowledge and faith upon which Man can build for the future. These truths are revealed in the halls, laboratories and teachings of our Museum.

We proclaim a world where people live in harmony with Nature, and this presupposes Man's greater knowledge of Nature and his relationship to the world and his fellow man. Appreciating Nature, Man will conserve and utilize - not waste and destroy its resources so that these resources will be available for human betterment.

It is also essential for Man to control forces within himself. This requires more fundamental knowledge of Man's origins, physical make-up, and above all, his instincts and emotions. Man is said to be the slave of his emotions. But the pages of history show that selfish leaders use their knowledge of human psychology to enslave Man. The Museum proclaims that Man, through greater enlighten ment and better understanding, will free himself from such slavery and build a social framework strong enough to bear the weight of the future.

The source material upon which these fundamental truths are based are all present in our vast collections and researches thereon. Furthermore, we have the opportunity of bringing out these truths in interesting and striking exhibits and teaching for the enlightenment of the millions of people who pass through our halls, read our publi cations, listen to our broadcasts.

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