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BEFORE THE STORM 2237
Author: Manas Reprints
VOLUME XVIII, NO. 45 NOVEMBER 10, 1965 BEFORE THE STORM THE Copernican Revolution had one enormous and far-reaching effect: It established beyond all equivocation and debate what can be said about objects, and how it should be said. It supplied the rules for studying objects and demonstr ...
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HOW OPINIONS ARE FORMED 2235
Author: Manas Reprints
VOLUME XXXIX, NO. 17 APRIL 23, 1986 HOW OPINIONS ARE FORMED PEOPLE seldom give much attention to the mystery of—which is it, human nature, or something more reliable? Human nature is always with us, and seems to require no study, yet in these days of anxiety and uncertainty we often wond ...
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THE DISTANCE BETWEEN 2230
Author: Manas Reprints
VOLUME XXX, NO. 44 NOVEMBER 2, 1977 THE DISTANCE BETWEEN THERE are only two ways to change what we are doing on a rational basis. One is to say, "That's no way to behave!", and the other is to reach the conclusion: "It doesn't pay." Both attitudes have a rational ground because both give ...
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WHO SPEAKS FOR MAN? 2228
Author: Manas Reprints
VOLUME XX, NO. 48 NOVEMBER 29, 1967 WHO SPEAKS FOR MAN? LIKE every other question of importance to human beings, this one is easy to evade. The evader has only to say, as elaborately as possible, "Everybody—and nobody," and then to withdraw behind the ramparts of high-toned irresponsibil ...
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THE AGE OF EXPERTS 2224
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VOLUME XXXIII, NO. 10 MARCH 6, 1985 THE AGE OF EXPERTS A GREAT deal of what is now called "research" seems to result in little more than compilations of what a number of experts have said about a given subject or problem. This is especially true of the field of education, where original ...
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HOW FAR BACK SHALL WE GO? 2219
Author: Manas Reprints
VOLUME XII, NO. 47 NOVEMBER 25, 1959 HOW FAR BACK SHALL WE GO? ANY serious thought about the need for and the function of institutions in human society sooner or later leads to the question, "How far back shall we go?" The question must be asked because it soon becomes evident that while ...
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ANOTHER LANGUAGE 2218
Author: Manas Reprints
VOLUME XXVII, NO. 45 NOVEMBER 6, 1974 ANOTHER LANGUAGE THE quest for self-knowledge is a delicate, uncertain, and contradictory affair. That such knowledge exists and can be obtained seems beyond question. Its reality is attested not only by the deep longings of those who seek it, but al ...
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UTOPIAN CONSIDERATIONS 2209
Author: Manas Reprints
VOLUME XV, NO. 45 NOVEMBER 7, 1962 UTOPIAN CONSIDERATIONS A CORRESPONDENT has raised a question which should be interesting to all readers, not because of any answer that might be made, but because of the reasons why this question can not, or ought not, to be answered—not, at any rate, i ...
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SOME ANCIENT PROPHECIES 2207
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VOLUME XXIV, NO. 44 NOVEMBER 3, 1971 SOME ANCIENT PROPHECIES WHAT sort of an age do we live in? An Easterner would have more resources for considering this question than a modern Western man. In Eastern thought one finds cyclical conceptions of history, which are linked with ancient teac ...
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THE BEST OF HUMAN LIFE 2205
Author: Manas Reprints
VOLUME XVI, NO. 47 NOVEMBER 20, 1963 THE BEST OF HUMAN LIFE QUITE possibly, the inquiry to be attempted here should not take the form of an essay but should seek those imaginative evocations upon which both the poet and the reader of poetry depend. But since one of the conclusions to be ...
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