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Admission to the program is competitive and based on merit, taking into account the fit between applicants’ intentions and lines of research and scholarship active in the program. What feelings are considered most kind and most neces- sary for the well-being of mankind depend upon the religious perception of the age. (By religious perception Tolstoy does not mean what is taught by cults or churches.) Each age has a different perception. "The religious perception of our time in its widest and most practical application is the consciousness that our well-being, both material and spiritual, individual and collective, temporal and eternal, lies in the growth of brother- 138 A SHORT HISTORY OF LITERARY CRITICISM hood among men in their loving harmony with one another."

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