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SUSPENDED IN AIR 1817
Author: Manas Reprints
VOLUME X, NO. 37 SEPTEMBER 11, 1957 SUSPENDED IN AIR A CORRESPONDENT intrigued by ''The Age of Climax" (MANAS, July 3) invites a return to the question: "Does history exhibit an intelligible order?" The discussion in the article named, he says, "was tantalizing but inconclusive." This qu ...
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THE WORLD THAT MUST BE MADE 1815
Author: Manas Reprints
VOLUME XX, NO. 37 SEPTEMBER 13, 1967 THE WORLD THAT MUST BE MADE EXCEPT for case histories, we might all be resigned to living in the penal colony. Except for stories of how some men struggle to carve out lives of their own from the monotonous materials which people tell one another are ...
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THE WAY THE WORLD IS 1809
Author: Manas Reprints
VOLUME XI, NO. 36 SEPTEMBER 3, 1958 THE WAY THE WORLD IS OCCASIONALLY MANAS gets a letter from a reader who thinks that these pages are unduly filled with alarms and anxieties about the way the world is going. When we talk or quote somebody about "the encroachments of the State," a write ...
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THE GLORY OF OUR SPECIES 1809
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VOLUME XXXIV, NO. 37 SEPTEMBER 16, 1981 THE GLORY OF OUR SPECIES THERE are epochs of history when men are confident that they know right from wrong, are sure of what they should do to fulfill the meaning of life, and thus are able to formulate clear-cut objectives. The bringing up of chi ...
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BARRIERS TO KNOWLEDGE 1808
Author: Manas Reprints
VOLUME XXV, NO. 39 SEPTEMBER 27, 1972 BARRIERS TO KNOWLEDGE NO one has ever found an explanation for evil men. Such men are probably far fewer than we suppose, although their existence can hardly be questioned. Actually, truly good men are almost as great a mystery, since we seem to know ...
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THE IMPERFECT GENIUSES 1805
Author: Manas Reprints
VOLUME XXIX, NO. 38 SEPTEMBER 22, 1976 THE IMPERFECT GENIUSES WHY do people—sometimes the very brightest people—have an uncontrollable longing to dot every i, cross every t, and present to their friends and admirers an absolutely complete explanation of the universe? We could play with t ...
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MEN AND GODS 1802
Author: Manas Reprints
VOLUME XXVI, NO. 39 SEPTEMBER 26, 1973 MEN AND GODS THE best world for a moral agent," Josiah Royce observed many years ago, "is one that needs him to make it better." We can't think of anyone else who has defined the role of human beings in just this way, unless we add the gods to the c ...
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WHERE HE STANDS 1801
Author: Manas Reprints
VOLUME XXII, NO. 37 SEPTEMBER 10, 1969 WHERE HE STANDS TOWARD the end of the introduction to their anthology, The Nature of Man (Macmillan paperback, 1968, $2.95), Erich Fromm and Ramon Xirau say: Summing up: we are only capable of knowing, understanding, and caring for the other if we a ...
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THOREAU'S MESSAGE FOR MAN 1801
Author: Manas Reprints
VOLUME XIV, NO. 37 SEPTEMBER 13, 1961 THOREAU'S MESSAGE FOR MAN [This is Part III of the four-part series on Henry David Thoreau, by Richard Groff.—Editors.] SINCE Thoreau was no metaphysician, he spells out no formal theories. One finds in his writings, however, certain concepts recurri ...
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TOWARD A GLOBAL CANON 1798
Author: Manas Reprints
VOLUME XXIII, NO. 36 SEPTEMBER 9, 1970 TOWARD A GLOBAL CANON IT may never be possible to form a definition of "human" to which all humans will consent. If animals were to be invited by proxy to the debate, which might be only fair if it is they who are to be downgraded in the act, the ex ...
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