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FEAR OF THE MIND 1599
Author: Manas Reprints
VOLUME V, NO. 51 DECEMBER 17, 1952 FEAR OF THE MIND FEAR and persecution of the free mind make what is probably the most flattering left-handed compliment that human beings can pay to themselves, even if the power of the mind is a suspected and unwanted virtue, so far as the flatterers a ...
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THE PSYCHOLOGICAL VIRTUES 1594
Author: Manas Reprints
VOLUME XXIX, NO. 50 DECEMBER 15, 1976 THE PSYCHOLOGICAL VIRTUES THE lives of human beings seem to be careers pursued under the rules of two systems—the system of the world around us and the system of one's individual life. There are obvious relations and interdependencies between these t ...
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THE FIELD OF SCIENCE 1594
Author: Manas Reprints
VOLUME VI, NO. 31 AUGUST 5, 1953 THE FIELD OF SCIENCE ON various occasions, MANAS articles have pointed out that a century or so ago, the enthusiasts of science very nearly all agreed that the mysteries of life and nature would sooner or later be all cleared up by scientific progress. Ph ...
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THE ALWAYS PERTINENT QUESTION 1591
Author: Manas Reprints
VOLUME XXXV, NO. 50 DECEMBER 15, 1982 THE ALWAYS PERTINENT QUESTION WHAT is the mind? The question, here, is no academic inquiry but a response to the wonder of what some people say about what they see. No mechanist explanation can apply. The ranges of imagination are not duplicated from ...
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KINDS OF OBJECTIVITY 1590
Author: Manas Reprints
VOLUME XXIX, NO. 26-34 JUNE 30, 1976 KINDS OF OBJECTIVITY THINKING about the problems and processes of public education—adult education—indeed, most of all self-education—a MANAS reader wonders about the means of giving objectivity to ideas in need of recognition, while avoiding the shor ...
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"GRAVITY BETWEEN MAN AND MAN" 1588
Author: Manas Reprints
VOLUME XXXIV, NO. 51 DECEMBER 23, 1981 "GRAVITY BETWEEN MAN AND MAN" SINCE the days of Galileo the Western world has grown increasingly confident that the method he devised for determining what is real, true, and worth knowing, is precisely what we need—and all that we need—to manage our ...
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NO PRECISE PROGRAMMING 1581
Author: Manas Reprints
VOLUME XXXII, NO. 22 MAY 30, 1979 NO PRECISE PROGRAMMING FIVE years ago, in the issue for the Summer of 1974, Dædalus published an interchange between Steven Weinberg, an eminent theoretical physicist, and Theodore Roszak, whose criticisms of the scientific outlook have won a wide and ap ...
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LIKE CRUSOE 1568
Author: Manas Reprints
VOLUME XLI, NO. 13 MARCH 30, 1988 LIKE CRUSOE LOREN EISELEY, anthropologist and writer, was born in 1907 near Lincoln, Nebraska, and died seventy years later in Pennsylvania, close to the University of Pennsylvania where, for many years, he had taught. In his younger days he dug for bone ...
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EXITS AND ENTRANCES 1568
Author: Manas Reprints
VOLUME V, NO. 8 FEBRUARY 20, 1952 EXITS AND ENTRANCES WHY should anyone fear death? What is so terrifying in this prospect that mankind in general cannot bear to contemplate it? We see nothing to fear in death, nor can we see what others find to dread in it. Much less can we understand o ...
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A PSYCHOLOGICAL SEA AROUND US? 1566
Author: Manas Reprints
VOLUME X, NO. 29 JULY 17, 1957 A PSYCHOLOGICAL SEA AROUND US? THERE are two ways to consider the conflict of ideas about the nature of things. In the conflict, say, between the "materialist" and the "idealist" concerning causation, there is the issue itself to be argued—the assembling of ...
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