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THE CLAIM TO VALIDITY 3369
Author: Manas Reprints
VOLUME XXXV, NO. 22 JUNE 2, 1982 THE CLAIM TO VALIDITY WAR, like its opposite, human brotherhood, used to be a local affair. Until the wars of the twentieth century, armed conflicts between nations could be endured. They caused much suffering, resulted in injustice, but it took only fift ...
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THE COMMUNITY MOVEMENT 3364
Author: Manas Reprints
VOLUME I, NO. 3 JANUARY 21, 1948 THE COMMUNITY MOVEMENT THE movement loosely defined by the term “Community” represents a variety of responses to the conclusion, rapidly becoming self-evident, that modern industrial society, while it has conquered and harnessed the forces of nature, has ...
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WHAT ARE WE ARGUING ABOUT? 3343
Author: Manas Reprints
VOLUME XII, NO. 4 JANUARY 28, 1959 WHAT ARE WE ARGUING ABOUT? LAST fall (Oct. 29), MANAS published an article, "American in Moscow," contributed by a post-graduate student in international law who had been sent to Moscow by an American foundation to study certain economic institutions of ...
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TOWARD A VOLUNTARISTIC SOCIETY 3216
Author: Manas Reprints
VOLUME XX, NO. 24 JUNE 14, 1967 TOWARD A VOLUNTARISTIC SOCIETY IN Review for last week, Dr. William Ryan makes two poignant comments which illustrate the truth of Karl Mannheim's rule: "The fundamental tendency of all bureaucratic thought is to turn all problems of politics into problems ...
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ISSUES OF COMMUNICATION 3161
Author: Manas Reprints
VOLUME XV, NO. 39 SEPTEMBER 26, 1962 ISSUES OF COMMUNICATION NOW and then MANAS receives letters in criticism of the "generality" of its editorial expressions. Along these lines, one reader says: "I well know that were clarity and precision the sole aim or sole criterion in judging the e ...
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THE PRESS DOES NOT DISTURB US 3156
Author: Manas Reprints
VOLUME XI, NO. 25 JUNE 18, 1958 THE PRESS DOES NOT DISTURB US THIS expression, "The press does not disturb us," occurs in the text of the first of Albert Schweitzer's new series of broadcasts concerning the threat of continued nuclear tests and the atomic war to which they may lead. (Pri ...
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THE EXAMPLE OF FREE MEN 3145
Author: Manas Reprints
VOLUME I, NO. 41 OCTOBER 13, 1948 THE EXAMPLE OF FREE MEN I WONDER, sometimes," writes a subscriber, "where you are going with your radishes and spinning-wheel theme." Candidly, at the moment, it does not seem of great importance where we expect to go with these ideas. Discussions like t ...
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TECHNOLOGY VERSUS MAN 3051
Author: Manas Reprints
Volume II, No. 26 June 29, 1949 TECHNOLOGY VERSUS MAN THE lead article in MANAS for June 1, "The Quick and the Dead," which was largely a review of Friedrich Georg Juenger's book, The Failure of Technology, has evoked a comment which we are glad to print and discuss, for the reason that ...
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CLOUDED CERTAINTIES 3043
Author: Manas Reprints
VOLUME XI, NO. 41 OCTOBER 8, 1958 CLOUDED CERTAINTIES FROM the very beginning of things—whenever that was—men have wondered about the purpose of Nature, of the world about them, and whether, or how, it could be understood. It is customary, of course, when starting out on a discussion of ...
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TWO NATIONAL LEADERS 3016
Author: Manas Reprints
VOLUME XI, NO. 42 OCTOBER 15, 1958 TWO NATIONAL LEADERS IT is refreshing to read the words of a leader of a great, national state who readily admits that he has no particular clarity on the problems of the world, who feels free to examine the clashing ideologies of the time without eithe ...
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