The Daily Telegraph magazine - Sir Karl Popper cover (1 November 1968)
The Daily Telegraph magazine - Sir Karl Popper cover (1 November 1968) Good condition for age - light age wear throughout - age wear/yellowing to some pages
THE PROBLEM OF ETERNAL LIFE - The stage is rapidly being reached where it could be made impossible for a human body to die. Here, the first of two articles by Donald Gould
WINTER COMES - IS CHAOS FAR BEHIND? - Are we ready for winter? What is being done to prevent worse chaos and higher costs this year?
Four and a half page feature
JOURNEY'S END - IN HIPPIES' MEETING - The second of two articles, Patrick Marnham talks of his travels on the road from Istanbul to Katmandu
THE QUEST FOR QUIXOTE - These are the windmills that Don Quixote charged with his lance on his second great adventure. Today, the ingenious gentleman's shadow still looms large on the Spanish horizon
Six and a half page feature
PUTTING THE HEAT ON - Which form of central is best: gas, oil, solid fuel or electricity? We report on four families who each chose a different system, their reasons and results
FASHION - "Organza steps into winter"
Cecil Beaton, in a style reminiscent of his pictures of earlier beautiful women, photographed the new, more deeply coloured organzas for us, to show what can be done with a classic fabric
4 page fashion photos
THE THINKERS - Colin Wilson talks to five of the country's most eminent philosophers