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A MAN OF RICHES 7693
Author: Manas Reprints
VOLUME XXXII, NO. 19 MAY 9,1979 A MAN OF RICHES FOR how many generations has modern man regarded Claudius Ptolemy as an ignorant old Greek who thought that the sun revolved about the earth, a symbol of the darkness that would be dispelled by Copernicus, after whose demonstrations the ach ...
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SKEPTICS AND TRUE BELIEVERS- A DEADLY SYMBIOSIS 7640
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VOLUME XXXII, NO. 10 MARCH 7, 1979 SKEPTICS AND TRUE BELIEVERS—A DEADLY SYMBIOSIS [Last November, some 900 members of the People's Temple, the creation of Jim Jones, an Indiana-born politico-religious leader, drank poison and died, some willingly, some under pressure, on the order of Jon ...
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METAPHYSICAL ADVENTURING 7634
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VOLUME XXXII, NO. 20 MAY 16, 1979 METAPHYSICAL ADVENTURING THE cry from both philosophers and scientists for a renewal of metaphysical thinking, on the ground that our physical thinking, divorced from philosophy, has gone awry, twisting and diminishing our everyday lives, deserves respon ...
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PARADOX AND OBJECTIVITY 7614
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VOLUME XXXII, NO. 3 JANUARY 17, 1979 PARADOX AND OBJECTIVITY TWO books concerned with Tolstoy—one containing his early letters, the other the recollections of his daughter Tatyana—have added to the strength of the present revival of interest in this extraordinary man of letters. Martin G ...
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A BRIEF COMPARISON 7606
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VOLUME XXXII, NO. 24 JUNE 13, 1979 A BRIEF COMPARISON THE arguments about teaching and the schools, about the importance of fostering "creativity" and self-expression, go on and on, and one sometimes wonders if it might be better simply to look at the practice of past cultures or civiliz ...
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THE REFERENCES FOR LIFE 7602
Author: Manas Reprints
VOLUME XXXII, NO. 37 SEPTEMBER 12, 1979 THE REFERENCES FOR LIFE IT is now a fact established beyond dispute that the psychic health of children requires the nourishment found in fairy tales. The fairy tale dramatizes the polarities of good and evil by embodying them in wondrous beings wh ...
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PROGRESS REPORT 7580
Author: Manas Reprints
VOLUME XXXII, NO. 5 JANUARY 31, 1979 PROGRESS REPORT WHEN a great river changes its course, the people who live along its banks experience disaster. Their habits and livelihood are violently interrupted. They may have been warned—that's what we have specialists for, and flood control eng ...
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TIME FOR SEPARATE WAYS 7561
Author: Manas Reprints
VOLUME XXXII, NO. 6 FEBRUARY 7, 1979 TIME FOR SEPARATE WAYS CURRENT inquiry in three large and humanly crucial areas—Education, Psychology, and Evolution—is leading to challenging questions about the scientific method. The questions come down to one insistent interrogation: What do you t ...
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ON WAYS OF THINKING 7557
Author: Manas Reprints
VOLUME XXXII, NO. 49 DECEMBER 5, 1979 ON WAYS OF THINKING THE time we live in is bad and likely to get worse, for a number of practical reasons that are elaborately catalogued from week to week in magazine articles and books. Will just "thinking" about this do any good? Has poor thinking ...
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THE PRESENT AND THE LONG VIEW 7556
Author: Manas Reprints
VOLUME XXXII, NO. 8 FEBRUARY 21, 1979 THE PRESENT AND THE LONG VIEW THE ancient Greeks, being human, were very like ourselves. Yet being Greeks, they were also quite different. For one thing, they managed to keep their technology at a manageable level. Their civilization had its flowerin ...
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