Space Station Eight: A Philosophical Novel Concerned with How Humanity Can Achieve Peace and Fulfillment in the Next One Thousand Years

TitleSpace Station Eight: A Philosophical Novel Concerned with How Humanity Can Achieve Peace and Fulfillment in the Next One Thousand Years
Year for Search1978
AuthorsAllen, Carlton C.(b. 1911)
Date Published1978
PublisherVantage Press
Place PublishedNew York
KeywordsMale author, US author
Annotation

The novel is set in 1999 after a large space station where one thousand young people have spent time studying the desperate situation of the Earth and developing the ideas and principles needed to save Earth and create a eutopia, which they were expected to do within a year. The most basic principles were freedom and responsibility (97). 

Author Note

The author (b. 1911) was a minister who held a doctorate in theology from Union Theological Seminary and a Ph. D. from New York University

Full Text

1978 Allen, Carlton C. (b. 1911), Space Station Eight: A Philosophical Novel Concerned with How Humanity Can Achieve Peace and Fulfillment in the Next One Thousand Years. New York: Vantage Press. PSt

The novel is set in 1999 after a large space station where one thousand young people have spent time studying the desperate situation of the Earth and developing the ideas and principles needed to save Earth and create a eutopia, which they were expected to do within a year. The most basic principles were freedom and responsibility (97). The author was a minister who held a doctorate in theology from Union Theological Seminary and a Ph. D. from New York University.