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A DEFENSE OF METAPHYSICS 2205
Author: Manas Reprints
VOLUME XXIX, NO. 46 NOVEMBER 17, 1976 A DEFENSE OF METAPHYSICS GIVING an account of ourselves as human beings—saying what it is to be a man—is the one enduring activity in human history. The most useful statements always seem to be dialectical. We learn more, that is, from the tensions t ...
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THE ENVIRONMENT OF MEANING 2204
Author: Manas Reprints
VOLUME XXXIII, NO. 48 NOVEMBER 26, 1980 THE ENVIRONMENT OF MEANING THE best thing about science—which may prove its saving grace—is that it can be turned against itself. An institution which does not shut out selfcriticism and self-correction is a remarkable achievement, not often duplic ...
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THE RESTORATION OF REASON 2203
Author: Manas Reprints
VOLUME XXXII, NO. 43 OCTOBER 24, 1979 THE RESTORATION OF REASON IT is necessary, in a consideration such as this, to begin with definitions, even though, as we proceed, the inadequacy and misleading character of most definitions may become evident. We take our account of reason from Eric ...
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RANGES OF SELFHOOD 2203
Author: Manas Reprints
VOLUME XXXII, NO. 48 NOVEMBER 28, 1979 RANGES OF SELFHOOD THERE is a quality in human life which is always with us, as the basis for both deliberated and spontaneous action, yet which hides or dissolves into the background when subjected to analysis. It is the longing for unity. Our live ...
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A STUBBORN BREED 2202
Author: Manas Reprints
VOLUME XIX, NO. 47 NOVEMBER 23, 1966 A STUBBORN BREED IN his Myth of Sisyphus, Camus draws a comparison between the futile, hopeless labor of the hero, and human existence generally. Life is absurd and meaningless, he concludes; and only awareness of this condition raises the human fate ...
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CALL THEM "ANCESTORS" 2202
Author: Manas Reprints
VOLUME XXIV, NO. 47 NOVEMBER 24, 1971 CALL THEM "ANCESTORS" QUESTIONS about the meaning of life seldom get much attention from people occupied with practical objectives, such as converting wilderness into farm lands, starting a business, or developing a transport system. The builder inst ...
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A POST-TECHNOLOGICAL FAITH? 2201
Author: Manas Reprints
VOLUME XXV, NO. 48 NOVEMBER 29, 1972 A POST-TECHNOLOGICAL FAITH? THE books critical of science and scientific technology have become so numerous during recent years, with arguments so complete and well presented, that there is hardly room for dissent in intelligent opinion. The more infl ...
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THE TROUBLE WITH INSTITUTIONS 2201
Author: Manas Reprints
VOLUME XX, NO. 47 NOVEMBER 22, 1967 THE TROUBLE WITH INSTITUTIONS YOU don't really have to make a "study" or gather a lot of data to find out what is wrong with institutions—the evidence keeps coming in all the time. Take the form letter which arrived this morning from one of the better ...
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SCIENCE AND MORALS 2198
Author: Manas Reprints
VOLUME IX, NO. 46 NOVEMBER 14, 1956 SCIENCE AND MORALS IN the as yet unsettled contest between science and religion for final authority over human decision, the most familiar claim of the opponents of science is that science is incompetent to define the ultimate values of existence. Scie ...
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ROMANCE IN ANTHROPOLOGY 2196
Author: Manas Reprints
VOLUME VIII, NO. 47 NOVEMBER 23, 1955 ROMANCE IN ANTHROPOLOGY THE humble—or not so humble—layman who enjoys a natural suspicion of most specialists—and especially of those specialists whose pronouncements have far-reaching general consequences for all human beings—may be greatly tempted ...
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