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INDUSTRIAL SOCIETY 1797
Author: Manas Reprints
VOLUME XIX, NO. 39 SEPTEMBER 28, 1966 INDUSTRIAL SOCIETY WHAT can be said about Industrial Society from the Christian point of view, assuming that such a point of view exists? Modern industry arose only in Western Europe and only when Western Europe had ceased to be Christian in all but ...
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NOTES ON RELIGION 1797
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VOLUME VI, NO. 37 SEPTEMBER 16, 1953 NOTES ON RELIGION THERE is an enormous amount of writing about religion, and this writing will no doubt continue indefinitely, unless, as is not impossible, some strange evolutionary mutation introduces human beings to greater wisdom about themselves ...
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THE CLASSICAL QUESTIONS 1796
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VOLUME XX, NO. 36 SEPTEMBER 6, 1967 THE CLASSICAL QUESTIONS IN an article in the California Institute of Technology Quarterly for the summer of 1967, Daniel Bell, professor of sociology at Columbia University, explores the implications of the transfer of power from the business and indus ...
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BIRTH PAINS 1796
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VOLUME XXV, NO. 38 SEPTEMBER 20, 1972 BIRTH PAINS PAIN is nothing new in the world. The chronicles of history are filled with accounts of human suffering. Great migrations of peoples have often been efforts to escape from conditions where pain was inevitable. But today a new kind of pain ...
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A DESIGNER'S APPROACH 1796
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VOLUME XXX, NO. 39 SEPTEMBER 28, 1977 A DESIGNER'S APPROACH UNDERSTANDING the way people pick issues to get concerned about may be fully as important as forming clear ideas about right and wrong and then shaping a program of action. There is certainly a direct relation between how people ...
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TESTING "ABSOLUTES" 1796
Author: Manas Reprints
VOLUME VII, NO. 36 SEPTEMBER 8, 1954 TESTING "ABSOLUTES" A READER with a background of positivist interests has raised so fundamental a series of questions that we plan to discuss them at length—for at least the space available here. He starts out with some observations on an article in ...
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THE THRUST OF A LIFE 1795
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VOLUME XX, NO. 39 SEPTEMBER 27, 1967 THE THRUST OF A LIFE A MAN'S life is a thrust into the Unknown. Even if we admit that a great deal of human energy is spent in shoring up the bastions intended to keep out the unknown, there is still force in the claim that men thrust themselves or ar ...
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UNPROGRESS REPORT 1795
Author: Manas Reprints
VOLUME XXVII, NO. 38 SEPTEMBER 18, 1974 UNPROGRESS REPORT IN his most recent book, Escape from Childhood, John Holt considers the reasons for the breakdown of the authority of the older generation. Children, he says, no longer have reason to trust and have confidence in their parents. So ...
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THE DISCOURAGEMENTS OF HISTORY 1795
Author: Manas Reprints
VOLUME XXII, NO. 39 SEPTEMBER 24, 1969 THE DISCOURAGEMENTS OF HISTORY TO what extent are modern conceptions of health and goodness shaped by the logic of reaction to the findings of certain great pathologists—the men who have attracted world attention by monumental studies of disorders p ...
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DIAGNOSIS OF INSTITUTIONS 1794
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VOLUME XXV, NO. 36 SEPTEMBER 6, 1972 DIAGNOSIS OF INSTITUTIONS WE do not have much difficulty in justifying our complaints about institutions. Pick an institution, or pick two or three of them—say, the schools, the courts, the military—and the list of their offenses will be easy to compi ...
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