1943. Hall, the American philosopher, in over a period of 20 years of dynamic public activity, has steadfastly sought recognition of the belief that world civilization can only be perfected when human beings meet on a common ground of intelligence, cooperation and worthy purpose. Manly's journal, Horizon, contains original articles, condensations from his lectures or excerpts from his writings. This volume contains works on topics such as: Balance in Self-Development; The Symbolism of the Arabina Nights; The Bird of Ho; Applying the Four Freedoms; The Night of World Rule by Death; Jacob Boehme: Shoemaker Mystic of Gorlitz; Reshaping Man's Heritage; Free Circulation of Thought; In the Service of Those Who Suffer; A Background for Modern Psychology; The Moulding of Minorities; The Magic Flute; World Trends for 1944; and Indian Magic and Medicine. See other titles by this author available from Kessinger Publishing.