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THE ANATOMY OF UNDERSTANDING 2462
Author: Manas Reprints
VOLUME XIX, NO. 27 JULY 6, 1966 THE ANATOMY OF UNDERSTANDING QUESTIONS which look into the nature of human understanding are surely pursuing the most delicate of matters. Since truth is sought by understanding, to grapple with the meaning of "understanding" must be quite as difficult as ...
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THE ROOT OF CHANGE 2462
Author: Manas Reprints
VOLUME XXXIII, NO. 18 APRIL 30, 1980 THE ROOT OF CHANGE CAN the world of the twentieth century move the center of gravity controlling its thinking? No one, surely, would have thought this possible a hundred years ago. But there were two men of the nineteenth century who conceived such a ...
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HEROISM OR COMMON SENSE? 2461
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VOLUME XXXI, NO. 15 APRIL 12, 1978 HEROISM OR COMMON SENSE? EARLY in Soft Energy Paths Amory Lovins remarks that choosing energy sources alternative to fossil fuels and nuclear installations cannot be regarded as a "heroic decision." The social advantages—good for all the people—in devel ...
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THE ESEMPLASTIC POWER 2447
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VOLUME XXXII, NO. 2 JANUARY 10, 1979 THE ESEMPLASTIC POWER THE stories of our time—and among stories we include legends, myths, allegories—have lost their power, and Walter Benjamin believed the reason is that modern stories have no wisdom in them. Today's tellers of stories are not conc ...
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THE FABRIC OF SOCIAL LIFE 2444
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VOLUME XXVI, NO. 46 NOVEMBER 14, 1973 THE FABRIC OF SOCIAL LIFE IF YOU soak for a while in accounts of the lives and works of William Morris and Eric Gill—two men who longed for the transformation of culture, and who lived what they preached—the pointlessness of elaborate planning become ...
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THE CASE FOR PRIVATE INITIATIVE 2440
Author: Manas Reprints
VOLUME I, NO. 40 OCTOBER 6, 1948 THE CASE FOR PRIVATE INITIATIVE THIS article will have for its thesis the proposition that no program of human betterment is worth listening to, unless one man, by himself, can begin to put it into effect. While the claim is extreme, we think it can be de ...
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IN BEHALF OF JOHN DEWEY 2439
Author: Manas Reprints
VOLUME VIII, NO. 22 JUNE 1, 1955 IN BEHALF OF JOHN DEWEY JOHN DEWEY has been charged with many things, from blighting with aimlessness not only the theory but also the practice of education, to lending too willing an ear to the objectives of political revolutionists, with the effect of i ...
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THE NATURAL LAW 2428
Author: Manas Reprints
Volume II, No. 30 July 27, 1949 THE NATURAL LAW IT seems to be one of the facts of life that wherever there has been an organized human society, some idea of "natural law" has prevailed sufficiently to give justification to the established order; or, in the case of revolutionary activity ...
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BEYOND POLITICS 2426
Author: Manas Reprints
VOLUME XIV, NO. 27 JULY 5, 1961 BEYOND POLITICS LAST WEEK, the lead article spoke of "the sheer confusion introduced to any discussion by acceptance of the familiar political vocabulary." We now have a letter from a reader which helps to focus this problem. Our correspondent writes out o ...
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BOOKS AND MEN 2425
Author: Manas Reprints
VOLUME XL, NO. 21 MAY 27, 1987 BOOKS AND MEN THE language that we use for everyday communication has terms to indicate the certainties we are confident of and also words which declare the limits of our knowledge. This is always the case, which enables us to understand the human feelings ...
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