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THE FACES OF MEN 2900
Author: Manas Reprints
VOLUME VI, NO. 3 JANUARY 21, 1953 THE FACES OF MEN IT is the gift of poets and often of other writers to restore the faith of men in man—to touch those chords, however gently, whose vibration keys up the lagging loyalties of the heart. Lovers of Wordsworth, of Shelley, of Whitman and Eme ...
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WHAT IS HUMANISM? 2874
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VOLUME XXXIII, NO. 5 JANUARY 30, 1980 WHAT IS HUMANISM? AN interchange between an author and a critic in Environment for last October sets the stage for inquiry into the origins of Humanism. Philosophical movements are usually altered by being taken up by large numbers of people, and Hum ...
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POINT OF DECISION 2868
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VOLUME VIII, NO. 3 JANUARY 19, 1955 POINT OF DECISION THERE is a sense in which the most obvious difficulties experienced by human beings are the most neglected ones. Take for example the somewhat guilty secret which haunts every one of us—that we don't seem to be able to live up to the ...
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HOW MEN THINK 2822
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VOLUME XXV, NO. 2 JANUARY 12, 1972 HOW MEN THINK THOSE who compile inventories of world resources and measure the productive capacities of the industrialized nations say that the best index of a country's economic potentialities used to be the condition of its machine tool industry, but ...
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WHAT MAY HAPPEN TO SCIENCE 2758
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VOLUME XL, NO. 1 JANUARY 7, 1987 WHAT MAY HAPPEN TO SCIENCE IN his article in Science, Sept. 5, 1986, Gerard Piel, of the Scientific American, and retiring president of the American Association for the Advancement of Science, draws attention to the role of science in American life, showi ...
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THE AGE OF DIAGNOSIS 2741
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VOLUME XIV, NO. 1 JANUARY 4, 1961 THE AGE OF DIAGNOSIS THE gross symptoms of the ills of the twentieth century have included wars, depressions, and a radical increase in degenerative disease and psychological disorders. Until about thirty years ago, the criticisms of modern civilization ...
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THE BIRTH OF A MOVEMENT 2739
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VOLUME XII, NO. 1 JANUARY 7, 1959 THE BIRTH OF A MOVEMENT [This article is based on a tape recording of a talk given last summer, in Cheltenham, England, by Jayaprakash Narayan, the Indian Socialist leader who abandoned politics to join the Bhoodan movement of Vinoba Bhave—Editors.] DURI ...
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ACCESS TO SACRALIZATION 2731
Author: Manas Reprints
VOLUME XXV, NO. 3 JANUARY 19, 1972 ACCESS TO SACRALIZATI ON PAIN is undoubtedly something we learn from; a world with no pain in it would be a place where human beings as we know them could not possibly survive. Yet the instruction we get from pain is obviously limited. Pain is a communi ...
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DIALOGICAL MISFIRES 2729
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VOLUME XIX, NO. 3 JANUARY 19, 1966 DIALOGICAL MISFIRES HUMAN beings are first of all subjects. They are also objects, but truly human behavior is the behavior of subjects. When we talk about motivation, we are talking about the causes of the decisions and actions of subjects. But when we ...
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THE WORLD IN VIEW 2724
Author: Manas Reprints
VOLUME XXVII, NO. 3 JANUARY 16, 1974 THE WORLD IN VIEW WHAT is the world to us? Does the way we think about the world have an effect on how we think about ourselves? Does it affect our relations with the world? The answer is most certainly yes, to both questions. And in recent years ther ...
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