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contemporary journalism, spoke twice at the University of B.C. last Wednesday (Oct. 6). In his wide-ranging rerrarks at a
news conference and a noon-hour address to students in the Frederic Wood Theatre he dealt with the proposed American
nuclear explosion at Amchitka in the Aleutians, the need for developing the United Nations to ensure the rule of liw on an
international basis and the deterioration of the environment.The excerpts below are from his remarks at tie news
conference and noon-hour speech.
COMMENTS BT COUSINS
The first thing that I have learned, I think, is
that I am a half-educated man. My education
didn't prepare me for living in this world or for
facing the new issues that come up in this world.
I'm half educated because by education
prepared me for living in only half a world, the
white Western half. My education didn't give me
sufficient access to the majority of the world's
peoples. My education mademe a prisoner in the
compartmentalized unit of Western man. All
prime values were associated with, and
connected to, Western man . .. This is not to
say that there are not specific and genuine values
attached to Western civilization. But the
paradox is that these values cannot be realized if
we pursue them in the name of Western
civilization. Because that which is best about the
West has to transcend the West, just as that
which is best about the East has to transcend the
East at a time when man has become world man
and when he has either to develop the
philosophy, the education and the values that go
with being a world man or else he forfeits his
place in Western or even Eastern civilization.
DEEPEST   DIFFERENCES
The most significant and the most dangerous
differences of our time are not the differences
that exist between one compartmentalized unit
and another ... or between one culture and
another or between one nation and another. The
deepest differences are within one's own society.
And the closer one gets to home the more acute
these differences are ... and ultimately one
discovers that the greatest differences and the
ultimate battleground is within a man's own soul.
ULTIMATE   EXPERIENCE
I envy the experiences of the lunar astronauts
because it seems to me the most important thing
that happened on that voyage was not when
man set foot on the moon but when man set eye
on the earth. To be able to take in the whole of
the human habitat with the human eye, to be
able to see human life in universal perspective,
to be able to contemplate the preciousness and
rarity of life, to be able to contemplate,man's
folly in this universal perspective and then to be
able to recognize the true significance of man's
differences ... is, it seems to me, to have the
ultimate learning experience. Because there <is
nothing more important for education in our
time than to recognize that man has created an
environment which is inimical to his own
survival.
PRINCIPAL   PROBLEMS
If you were to draw up the principal problems
of our time . .. you'd probably begin with the
problem of war in our time, the fact that the
means are now at hand for the impoverishment
of our habitat, ... it would include the
question of world environmental deterioration,
the problem of dwindling world resources, the
problem of population pressure . . . .And then we
are confronted with the melancholy fact that we
don't have the institutions adequate to meet
these problems. So we aren't really civilized.
Civilization begins when man understands what
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his problems are and develops rational means for
meeting these problems. ... Now I have a
hunch, when I ask these questions — that is, do
we have the philosophy, the consciousness, the
institutions — I have a hunch that this is what
the young people of the world are trying to tell
us. They may be telling it to us in ways that
produce negative reflexes since we happen to be
thinking in a different context. But I think this
is what the essential message is . . . that we have
all erupted onto a stage where the existing
institutions that go by the name of the
Establishment are no longer able to serve the
purposes of life on earth.
YOUNG   PEOPLE
I don't think there is any particular difference
between the way young people feel and the way
the rest of us feel, except the young people
know how they feel. I don't think there's any
real difference in the underlying malaise, except
that young people are young enough to scratch
where it itches. None of us feels that we are
living in a rational time. I don't think that any
of us feels that our existing responses are
adequate to the problems but we have different
thresholds of response and different timetables
of expectation. And perhaps the best way to
close the generation gap is to recognize that we
all really feel the same, except that not all of us
know that we feel the same.
NATIONAL   INTERESTS
The central problem of our time is whether
we can reconcile the national interests with the
human interests, in short, whether the ultimate
sovereignty in this world is to be the national
sovereignty or human sovereignty. If we cannot
resolve that question satisfactorily ... we do
not have an environment for survival.
ATOMIC   TEST
it makes little difference .. . whether the
question as to the danger of the JAmchitka)
tests can be definitively resolved before the test.
The important thing is that the question has
been raised. And so long as the question has
been raised, the question must be considered.
And the question cannot be considered with any
nation arrogating to itself the right to say that
no matter what may happen it has a right to
proceed.
NEW   SLOGAN
The United States was born with a slogan:
"No taxation without representation." It seems
to me the time has come to invoke a new slogan:
"No contamination without representation."
And if the United States is going to carry on
activities in the name of its own security and
defence which would jeopardize the lives of
other people as other people see it, then it seems
to me the time has come to invoke the new
slogan ....
SINGLE DESTINY
The people of this world, who have now been
brought together inside a single destiny, facing
the   same   basic  facts of  life,   confronted   by
common dangers to their common habitat, have—
to develop the institutions which can protect
and defend that habitat and uphold the human
interest . .: . This is the essential challenge of
our time. The sooner we can get about the job
... of finding ways to make associations across
national boundaries and a way of asserting the
human interest, the sooner ... we will be able"
to create an environment for survival.
LAW   AND   ORDER
Nations talk about law and order inside their
countries. But the real threat to law and orderin^
the world comes from the attitudes of nations
themselves,    for   the   lawlessness   of   nations
themselves. But lawlessness on a world scale has
a nuclear fuse attached to it and is . . . far more
dangerous,  far  more volatile, than lawlessness
inside the nations. I don't think it's going to be
possible to have a true condition of taw-—tder ~
and justice inside any nation until the     jrld
itself becomes safe for itself. And for that man
needs  institutions.   Man   has  always operated
through institutions. Man begins with ideas but.
ends   with   an   institution    ...   ultimately 'it'"'
becomes  necessary to institutionalize an idea,
which is to say, what are the rules of the game,
what is the basic standard that we wish to apply,
how will standards be applied, how will they be
enforced?  .". . Today, standards are necessary, to *
human  survival.   I  believe these standards can
best   be  set  by  a   United  Nations given  the
authority to enact, enforce and interpret world
law.
The question was asked this morning {at a
news conference) whether I'm optimistio^lgput—
such a result. I had to say ... th I'm
optimistic because I don't know enough to be a
pessimist. I'm optimistic because . . . the
uniqueness of man is represented by his
imagination.   ... If we have the will to survive
and the will to create world institutions  to. ^
make the United Nations into a world
federation with adequate powers to deal with
basic causes of war and to safeguard life on
earth, then I think . . . that realization, that
imagination creates basic energies .... I would
hope that across the nations, especially among
young people, there would be a realization, that
if we want to protest war, if we want to do away-
with the institution of war, that we want ... to
make this planet safe and fit for human
habitation, we've got to put ideas to work on
behalf of specific needs, and the greatest need of
all is to give the United Nations the effective ■*
and responsible authority in order to keep the
national interest from coming into conflict with
the human interest.
TWO   ISSUES
The question is not whether the (United
States) needs to explode (an atomic device on
Amchitka Island), but even if (the U.S.) does
need to explode it, whether it has any right to
do so. So we really have two issues. One has to- *
do with the question of national security a'nd
the other has to do with the right of the U.S.,
even in the interests of its national security, to
proceed with such an explosion.
On the first question   . . . the attempt has
"been made to justify the test ... in terms of the
need to fit warheads into missiles.... I don't
think the argument is conclusive, because a case
can be made for the fact that surely the United
States depends on the control of force in the
world, not on the pursuit of force in the world
Second, I don't think that the officials planning
the test . . . have taken into account the total
requirements of American security which has to
do with its relationship to the rest of the world.
If the effects of these tests are that the United
States cuts itself off from a large part of public
opinion which changes its historical position in
relationship to the rest of the world, I think this
is a great threat to the security and well-being of
the United States ....
The second part of the question ... is, even
if it could be demonstrated that (the test) were
in the national interest, would the United States
t>p-Justified in going ahead? I think the burden is
c Ae United States to prove that such a test is
also in the human interest .... Just raising the
question alone would be enough, it seems to me,
to cause the United States to suspend the test.
The fact that it is outside the United States, the
fact that scientific opinion is mixed . . . means
that what the U.S. proposes represents a species
of arrogance as well as a disregard of American
traditions .... I think the burden is on the
United States to show that (the test) will not
damage not just its own environment but the
world environment. So far the tendency has
been for the United States to put the burden of
proof on others to show that the test will do
harm. The other ones aren't the people who
h|ye scheduled the tests, . . . aren't the ones
n ng the weapons, . . . aren't the ones
involved in this vast apparatus of megatonnage.
Therefore the burden of proof is on the United
States to show that none of the apprehensions is
justified and so far it has not done that.
MESSAGE   TO   AMERICA
If I were a Canadian ... I would draw up a
message to the American people and not just to
the president, and I would have that message
signed not just by students but by people in
government, by church leaders, by business
leaders, labor leaders ... I would run it in the
form of a double-page advertisement in the New
York Times and the Washington Post, a
powerful statement . .. with the signatures.
And by way of underlining this I would be glad
to contribute my fee here toward the payment
-of those ads.
BASIC   FUNCTION
The basic function of a nation is to protect
the lives, the values and the institutions of its
people and there's no nation in the world that
can perform that basic function any longer . . .
Man today lives in a condition of anarchy, he's
unprotected, all sorts of forces are loose and
assaulting his habitat ... but he doesn't have
the world institutions or the world education and
consciousness to make that habitat safe for
himself. If there is going to be a revolution, it
will be one that takes into account all these
factors that have to do with the cheapening of
Jife on earth.
BLIND STUDENT Brian Gage feels his way across a
special map of the UBC campus devised by the
Housing Administration to aid blind and
partially-sighted students to orient themselves to
campus streets and buildings. The map utilizes
sandpaper blocks to denote buildings and masking
tape with toothpicks or string underneath to indicate
streets and roads. Mrs. Carol Gibson, student advisor
to the housing administration office, lends a helping
hand. UBC has 48 blind or partially-sighted students
enrolled this year, many of them attracted to the
campus by the Charles Crane Memorial Library in
Brock Hall, where Braille books and journals as well
as   tape-recorded   books   are   available.
Faculty Members Named
To Advisory Bodies
Two members of the University of B.C. faculty
have been appointed to national bodies to advise the
federal government on science policy and defence
research.
Prof. Peter Larkin, winner of one of the 1971
Master Teacher Awards and a member of the
Department of Zoology, has been named for a
three-year term to the Science Council of Canada.
The Council, made up of 25 to 30 academic and
industrial leaders and government appointees, was
established by the federal government to provide
advice in the fields of science and technology.
The Council prepares long-term planning studies in
the field of science and reports to the government
through the recently-established Department of
Science and Technology.
Prof. William C. Gibson, head of trie Department
of the History of Medicine and Science at UBC, has
been appointed a member of the Defence Research
Board for a three-year period.
The Board, made up of approximately 18 persons,
administers grants for research relating to the defence
of Canada and advises the government on scientific,
technical and other research and development that in
the opinion of the Board may affect national defence.
The Board makes grants totalling about
$3,000,000 a year for research at various Canadian
universities.
Dr. Gibson said that recently the Board has turned
its attention to research in the fields of medicine and
the environment.
■ ■■%4% Volume 17, No. 15 - Oct. 13,
IIBI" 1971- Published by the
[J U MM University of British Columbia
mWmWmw and distributed free. USC
REPORTS Reports appears on
Wednesdays during the University's winter
session. J.A. Banham, Editor. Louise Hoskin,
Production Supervisor. Letters to the Editor
should be sent to Information Services, Main
Mall North Administration Building, UBC,
Vancouver 8, B.C.
UBC Reports/Oct. 13, 1961/3 Researcher Ag
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