Master of Arts (MA)
Faculty of Science
Talk of hope and the future is in the air and very much a part of the world of twentieth-century man. At the same time there is the awareness that the actions of men today often belie the expression of their hopes for a better way of life. The resolution of this conflict is no simple matter, but may be assisted through a more complete understanding of the meaning of human hope. It may then be possible to translate that meaning into individual, social, and national realities. This paper will attend primarily to the former question—that of attaining a fuller understanding of the meaning of human hope.
Lavalley, Peter L., "Hope: A General Meaning Analysis" (1973). Theses and Dissertations (Comprehensive). 1544.