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THE HISTORY OF IDEAS 2957
Author: Manas Reprints
VOLUME XV, NO. 10 MARCH 7, 1962 THE HISTORY OF IDEAS A READER has asked for suggestions of a few books on intellectual history. This is a project that can be undertaken with enthusiasm so long as it be understood that it is done by amateurs in the interest of amateurs, without pretension ...
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AUTHORITY AND POWER 2953
Author: Manas Reprints
VOLUME XXV, NO. 41 OCTOBER 11, 1972 AUTHORITY AND POWER A POST-WAR novel by Gordon Merrick, The Strumpet Wind (1947), tells the story of a young American officer, assigned to intelligence because of his perfect command of French, who has the task of surprising and converting into a "doub ...
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THE UNDERSTANDING OF PAIN 2948
Author: Manas Reprints
VOLUME XVIII, NO. 41 OCTOBER 13, 1965 THE UNDERSTANDING OF PAIN MUCH of the serious reading matter of the present is concerned with the nature, causes, and elimination of pain. This material can be divided into two vast categories—that devoted to the pain of individuals, now beginning to ...
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THE PRIVATE ORIGINS OF THE GOOD 2947
Author: Manas Reprints
VOLUME XV, NO. 43 OCTOBER 24, 1962 THE PRIVATE ORIGINS OF THE GOOD THE "public events" of recent history have given ample justification for a gloomy view of the future, especially if you have the habit of reading news that is written in a framework of ideological assumptions—and what new ...
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A CASE FOR INDIVIDUALISM 2941
Author: Manas Reprints
VOLUME V, NO. 42 OCTOBER 15, 1952 A CASE FOR INDIVIDUALISM SOME years ago a writer for this journal had occasion to meet with a labor union organizer of manifest ability and equally manifest interest in helping the leaderless, underpaid migrant workers of the San Joaquin Valley in Califo ...
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THE STUBBORN FACTS 2941
Author: Manas Reprints
VOLUME III, NO. 22 MAY 31, 1950 THE STUBBORN FACTS THE moralist who, whether political or religious, allows himself to ignore facts which are decisive in the shaping of human welfare, will sooner or later find himself out of a job. And the moralist who is so foolish as to wait until such ...
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WAR AND JUSTICE 2930
Author: Manas Reprints
VOLUME VIII, NO. 43 OCTOBER 26, 1955 WAR AND JUSTICE SOMEWHERE along the line in epochs of historical change, the opinions of the very few become the opinions of a strong minority. Next, the minority views are adopted by the majority, and finally, as Buckle remarked in writing about such ...
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LIARS AND CONQUERORS 2929
Author: Manas Reprints
VOLUME XL, NO. 41 OCTOBER 14, 1987 LIARS AND CONQUERORS WE have from a reader back East a clipping from an English newspaper—probably an edition of the Manchester Guardian—providing an extract from a talk given by an eminent American editor of a wellknown newspaper in this country before ...
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MAN THINKING 2921
Author: Manas Reprints
VOLUME XX, NO. 1 JANUARY 4, 1967 MAN THINKING IF anything at all is demonstrated by the present condition of the world it is that ordinary men must become thinkers on their own account. They have not felt seriously obligated to do this for at least a hundred years—ever since, that is, th ...
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PREACHERS AND PRAGMATISTS 2912
Author: Manas Reprints
VOLUME XXXVI, NO. 41 OCTOBER 12, 1983 PREACHERS AND PRAGMATISTS FOR long generations and centuries moralists have been declaring that self-interest is a bad thing, although with little effect on human behavior. By "bad thing" they meant morally wrong, which in turn meant contrary to the ...
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