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AT THE EDGE OF TOMORROW 3247
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VOLUME XXV, N . 50 ECEMBER AT THE EDGE OF TOMORROW life are at total odds with the very principle of essay by Joyce Carol Saturday for Nov. 4) and portions of Theodore Where the Wasteland Ends, We still have our "progress," it is true, but we find science must be "true" because it runnin ...
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A PIVOTAL INQUIRY 3237
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VOLUME XXXIII, NO. 45 NOVEMBER 5, 1980 A PIVOTAL INQUIRY FOR the most part, people live as though death would never overtake them. Their way of life does not anticipate the natural conclusion of death. They may, of course, make wills, but usually regard this obligation as a rude intrusio ...
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BLURRES IMAGES OF MAN 3220
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VOLUME XIV, NO. 12 MARCH 22, 1961 BLURRED IMAGES OF MAN HARDLY a human being goes through life without at some time feeling that he has in him a special quality or essence which sets him off from everyone else. This sense of uniqueness is often disposed of by the sophisticated as being a ...
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THE RELIGION OF FREE MEN 3204
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VOLUME VIII, NO. 46 NOVEMBER 16, 1955 THE RELIGION OF FREE MEN DESPITE the natural difficulties which surround any attempt to arrive at the convictions of men who may be said to have been "free," one thing is certain: Their ideas are likely to be those which may prosper in an atmosphere ...
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FEELINGS WE CAN'T IGNORE 3168
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VOLUME XXXIV, NO. 39 SEPTEMBER 30, 1981 FEELINGS WE CAN'T IGNORE THE great philosophical argument—about how humans can best get at the meanings of things— keeps moving around but it never stops. If we go back to the Greeks for a look at its beginning— and we should of course go further—w ...
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LOST ALLEGIANCES 3167
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VOLUME XXII, NO. 30 JULY 23, 1969 LOST ALLEGIANCES UNTIL a few centuries ago, the cultural unity of populations spread over vast areas of the earth was established by seldom questioned common beliefs. Today, while some beliefs remain, their strength seems reduced to the reflexes of habit ...
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MEN WITH IDEAS: HEGEL 3069
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VOLUME III, NO. 18 MAY 3, 1950 MEN WITH IDEAS: HEGEL "IT is odd," remarks Bertrand Russell in his History of Modern Philosophy, "that a process which is represented as cosmic should all have taken place on our planet, and most of it near the Mediterranean." Mr. Russell is speaking of the ...
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ON THE HUMAN CONDITION 2400
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VOLUME XXX, NO. 12 MARCH 23, 1977 ON THE HUMAN CONDITION IN 1932, Canon Richard Sheppard, Dean of Canterbury Cathedral—a man called "the best known and best loved priest in all England"— decided that he had to do something about the complete incompatibility of war and Christianity. He ta ...
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ALL OF A SUDDEN 2297
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VOLUME XXVIII, NO. 53 DECEMBER 31, 1975 ALL OF A SUDDEN ONE thing leads to another. This colorless apothegm seems to sum up the obvious conclusion from a little research into a very practical problem—the shortage of timber in the United States, and the resulting inroads on our national f ...
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ALL OF A SUDDEN 2297
Author: Manas Reprints
VOLUME XXVIII, NO. 53 DECEMBER 31, 1975 ALL OF A SUDDEN ONE thing leads to another. This colorless apothegm seems to sum up the obvious conclusion from a little research into a very practical problem—the shortage of timber in the United States, and the resulting inroads on our national f ...
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