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IN DEFENSE OF REASON 1037
Author: Manas Reprints
VOLUME XXV, NO. 13 MARCH 29, 1972 IN DEFENSE OF REASON THE question of whether or not human beings have the power of choice—whether or not they are free, within certain limits, to act originally and creatively, according to their independent judgment—used to be regarded as entirely a rel ...
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SYMBOL AND MYTH 1036
Author: Manas Reprints
VOLUME XXVII, NO. 46 NOVEMBER 13, 1974 SYMBOL AND MYTH WE live in an age when the external solutions for external problems no longer seem to work. Accordingly, there is a much greater interest in what are regarded as internal solutions for external problems—such measures as prayer and ma ...
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AN ESSENTIAL OF RELIGION 1036
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VOLUME XVI, NO. 7 FEBRUARY 13, 1963 AN ESSENTIAL OF RELIGION NOT long ago, in a discussion concerning the changes in religious attitudes in the United States, a friend and occasional contributor to MANAS remarked that he did not "like" the Unitarians—or rather, he did not much appreciate ...
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THE MIND'S OPENING 1036
Author: Manas Reprints
VOLUME XI, NO. 27 JULY 2, 1958 THE MIND'S OPENING MOST men of broad educational background— especially those who have some intellectual achievement to their credit—speak with a certain implicit authority when they address themselves to a current question or problem. They speak out of the ...
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LOST RESONANCES 1035
Author: Manas Reprints
VOLUME XXV, NO. 24 JUNE 14, 1972 LOST RESONANCES A STATEMENT which has some resonances in it is one that can be learned from, yet critical interpretation can always make such statements seem inaccurate or untrue. Why, then, is it important to make them. Because their provocative characte ...
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A LARGER AUDIENCE 1034
Author: Manas Reprints
VOLUME XXXV, NO. 17 APRIL 28, 1982 A LARGER AUDIENCE AS the plans, projects, and fortunes of nations grow more problematic—and disreputable—it is natural for the patterns of our thoughts to change. A generation ago, very nearly all thinking (which reached print) was historical. One thoug ...
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CHANGING IDEAS OF "REALITY" 1034
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VOLUME XIX, NO. 29 JULY 20, 1966 CHANGING IDEAS OF "REALITY" SCIENTISTS are map-makers. The charts their labors produce are intended to guide their colleagues and later on, others, in expeditions over a terrain which, by those who are impressed with the apparent accuracy of the maps, is ...
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IN HONOR OF WILLIAN JAMES 1034
Author: Manas Reprints
VOLUME XI, NO. 53 DECEMBER 31, 1958 IN HONOR OF WILLIAM JAMES FOR some years now, MANAS writers have been making fairly skillful apologies for the materialism of modern thinkers who have come under the influence of the scientific movement. Materialism, it has been endlessly pointed out, ...
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A LOOK AT RATIONALISM 1034
Author: Manas Reprints
VOLUME XXVII, NO. 2 JANUARY 9, 1974 A LOOK AT RATIONALISM SOME letters in Science for last November 3 are of interest for what they reveal about the presentday understanding of "rationalism." Three correspondents comment critically on an article, "The Nature and Sources of Irrationalism, ...
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A SLOW RECOVERY 1033
Author: Manas Reprints
VOLUME XL, NO. 8 FEBRUARY 25, 1987 A SLOW RECOVERY WE owe much to Alfred North Whitehead, perhaps most of all to his thoughtful definitions of philosophy, one of which appears at the beginning of his essay, Nature and Life, published in 1934 by the University of Chicago Press. He said: E ...
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