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THE MATTER OF READING 1856
Author: Manas Reprints
VOLUME XXXVIII, NO. 27-36 SEPTEMBER 4, 1985 THE MATTER OF READING AN ancient saying, Vox populi, vox dei, applies today as much as in Roman times. The voice of the people is the voice of God. We are thinking, here, of how much is made of the reports of the pollsters in today's newspapers ...
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THE MAN BETRAYED 1855
Author: Manas Reprints
Volume II, No. 38 September 21, 1949 THE MAN BETRAYED THE betrayal of man by his environment has long been a theme of serious modern novels. The "hero" in these stories is usually a simple and good man—a type of the "common man"—and often a man of sensibility. In any case, he is caught b ...
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QUEST FOR THE ROOT 1851
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VOLUME XVII, NO. 40 SEPTEMBER 30, 1964 QUEST FOR THE ROOT THERE is an obscure heroism in Herbert Marcuse's One-Dimensional Man, a serious study and critique of contemporary society. (Beacon, 1964, $6.00.) The heroism—which has a desperate, Existential quality—lies in his resistance to pr ...
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PLATO'S DOCTRINE 1849
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VOLUME XLI, NO. 38 SEPTEMBER 21, 1988 PLATO'S DOCTRINE A BOOK that we have found a continuous inspiration is The Human Situation, first published in 1937 in England. It is made up of the Gifford Lectures given at the University of Glasgow (1935-37) by W. Macneile Dixon, who combined a wo ...
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IRREDUCIBLE VISION 1849
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VOLUME XXXIII, NO. 37 SEPTEMBER 10, 1980 IRREDUCIBLE VISION A READING of some passages in a novel about the Civil War brought home the great loss which has resulted from scientific disdain for works of the imagination. The imagination, it was charged, departs from facts, so how can it se ...
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SOMETHING THAT MIGHT WORK 1837
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VOLUME XXXVIII, NO. 2 JANUARY 9, 1985 SOMETHING THAT MIGHT WORK THE arts, it is often said, are representations of life. Sometimes art is called an imitation of life, but imitation is likely to be no more than a copy of external form, made up of the transient and superficial, the acciden ...
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A MAJOR PROJECT 1828
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VOLUME XXXV, NO. 39 SEPTEMBER 29, 1982 A MAJOR PROJECT THOSE who attempt to understand and evaluate the processes of history make their investigations and form their judgments at various altitudes, so that uniform conclusions are unlikely. Yet in any age there are undercurrents of common ...
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NECESSITY 1827
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VOLUME XXI, NO. 36 SEPTEMBER 4, 1968 NECESSITY [This article is a condensed version of a talk given by Arthur E. Morgan, in Yellow Springs, Ohio, on the occasion of his ninetieth birthday—June 20, 1968.] RECENTLY I came across some loose sheets in an old notebook. This bit is dated Janua ...
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NOTES ON WAR AND PEACE 1823
Author: Manas Reprints
VOLUME XVI, NO. 38 SEPTEMBER 18, 1963 NOTES ON WAR AND PEACE THIS discussion presents three general ideas. The first is that war is wrong because all men are fundamentally the same. They are brothers. They do not need to kill one another in order to preserve or further the good life. The ...
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FEELINGS WE CAN'T IGNORE 1821
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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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