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TO GET A BETTER WORD: 1296
Author: Manas Reprints
VOLUME XI, NO. 32 AUGUST 6, 1958 TO GET A BETTER WORD: THE central problem, in a world like ours, is to become convinced that another kind of world is possible, and then to do something about it. The people who have in some measure changed the world have always had this sort of convictio ...
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THE STRENUOUS LIFE 1293
Author: Manas Reprints
VOLUME XVI, NO. 33 AUGUST 14, 1963 THE STRENUOUS LIFE THIS title strikes only a glancing blow at the subject we want to discuss. Better, perhaps, would be some cliché such as "Man and Society," or "Society and the Individual," yet these expressions have become so familiar that they seem ...
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TAOISM FOR OUR TIME 1286
Author: Manas Reprints
VOLUME X, NO. 35 AUGUST 28, 1957 TAOISM FOR OUR TIME LAST month we printed here an article concerned with the differences between materialists and idealists ("A Psychological Sea around Us," MANAS, July 17), in which it was suggested that the best of the idealists and the best of the mat ...
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NO COMPROMISE 1284
Author: Manas Reprints
VOLUME I, NO. 32 AUGUST 11, 1948 NO COMPROMISE ACCORDING to Bertrand Russell, another war is certain, "if nothing drastic is done." This has been Mr. Russell's position for some time, now. He has been widely quoted to the effect that a single worldauthority must be formed to preserve the ...
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THE REVIVAL OF "MORALITY" 1280
Author: Manas Reprints
VOLUME XX, NO. 5 FEBRUARY 1, 1967 THE REVIVAL OF "MORALITY" THE difficulties which attend any attempt to discuss what is known as "morality" are probably greater, today, than at any other time in human history. One perceives this wryly in trying to understand the inner pain recorded in T ...
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THE HUMAN CONDITION 1277
Author: Manas Reprints
VOLUME XV, NO. 34 AUGUST 22, 1962 THE HUMAN CONDITION LYING on a table in the MANAS office, awaiting review or editorial attention, are a dozen or more of books, one or two of them very large, which deal with the human condition. These books all have in common a sense of pain at what man ...
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PRINCIPLES AND SPECIFICS 1277
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VOLUME XX, NO. 31 AUGUST 2, 1967 PRINCIPLES AND SPECIFICS IN the Saturday Review for July 1, the science editor, John Lear, devotes his department to the question, "What Has Science To Say to Man?" One contributor of answers to this question, J. Herbert Hollomon, deputy secretary in the ...
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"GRAVITY BETWEEN MAN AND MAN" 1277
Author: Manas Reprints
VOLUME XXXIV, NO. 51 DECEMBER 23, 1981 "GRAVITY BETWEEN MAN AND MAN" SINCE the days of Galileo the Western world has grown increasingly confident that the method he devised for determining what is real, true, and worth knowing, is precisely what we need—and all that we need—to manage our ...
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THE SERVICES OF HISTORY 1276
Author: Manas Reprints
VOLUME XXII, NO. 35 AUGUST 27, 1969 THE SERVICES OF HISTORY WE owe a great deal to the historians. Through them we obtain definite ideas about where we have come from and are able to enrich our feelings of who we are. The familiar and comfortable sort of identity is, after all, largely a ...
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THOREAU AND THE PROPHETIC TRADITION 1274
Author: Manas Reprints
VOLUME XIV, NO. 35 AUGUST 30, 1961 THOREAU AND THE PROPHETIC TRADITION [This is the first of a series of four articles on Henry David Thoreau. The author is Richard Groff, of Ambler, Pennsylvania. Later on this year the series will be published as a booklet.—Editors.] THAT remarkable man ...
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