The Albert Szent-Gyorgyi Papers
- [Albert Szent-Gyorgyi discusses religion]
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- Here Szent-Gyorgyi discussed the difference between being religious and being pious, and identified himself as the latter.
- NOTE: This clip was taken from a television interview, ca. 1980.
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- National Foundation for Cancer Research
- NLM HMD Collection, call number WZ 100 VC no. 41 1984
- Albert Szent-Gyorgyi: A Special Gift. National Foundation for Cancer Research. 01:21:06:27-01:21:39:10 on DigiBeta tape.
- Albert Szent-Gyorgyi: A Special Gift (1984)
- Pacific Street Film Projects
- Reproduced with permission of the National Foundation for Cancer Research.
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- The National Foundation for Cancer Research, 1973-1986
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- ALBERT SZENT-GYORGYI: I am not religious, but I am a pious man.
- HOST: Oh, well, that's interesting! What's the difference?
- ASG: A religious man has a definite religion. He says "God is there" or "God is there," "God is there."
"Your god is not my god, and that's all." But the pious man, he just looks out with awe, and says, "where
is God?" And "well, I don't understand it and I would like to know what this creation really means." That
is a pious man, who is really touched by the greatness of nature and of the creation.
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