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1925: Idealistic Humanity

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  1. Jun 11,  · The only person to have won an Oscar and a Nobel Prize in Literature, this Dublin genius certainly has a way with words. George Bernard Shaw was awarded the Nobel Prize in Literature, in
  2. The Nobel Prize in Literature was awarded to George Bernard Shaw "for his work which is marked by both idealism and humanity, its stimulating satire often being infused with a singular poetic beauty".
  3. The Nobel Prize in Literature was awarded to George Bernard Shaw "for his work which is marked by both idealism and humanity, its stimulating satire often being infused with a singular poetic beauty." George Bernard Shaw received his Nobel Prize one year later, in
  4. It's an idealistic energy that views humanity as one big family. The energy is tolerant and compassionate. It resonates with the idea of philanthropy. It's an optimistic energy. The energy tends to be focused as much or more on the welfare of humanity than on the welfare of its own existence. It's sense of justice is finely tuned.
  5. The Nobel Prize in Literature was awarded to George Bernard Shaw "for his work which is marked by both idealism and humanity, its stimulating satire often being infused with a singular poetic beauty". Shaw never coveted public recognition and honor. He wanted to refuse the Nobel Prize, as accepting it would be antithetical to his beliefs.
  6. Idealist and visionary. Braun began his career in with the hopes and dreams of leading humanity to the stars. Do you know what he said when the first rocket hit London. He said that “the rocket performed perfectly, it just landed on the wrong planet.”.
  7. In , George Bernard Shaw won the Nobel Prize in Literature ‘for his work which is marked by both idealism and humanity. Its stimulating satire often being infused with a singular poetic beauty.’.
  8. two intersecting dimensions along which Nature and humanity may be conceptualised. The first, inspired in part by Habermas' classification of social movements (Habermas, ), distinguishes between emancipatory and defensive approaches: between, on the one hand, concerns for the freedom of the individual or for collective self-determination.

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