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FACT INTO VALUE, VALUE INTO FACT 7317
Author: Manas Reprints
VOLUME XXXII, NO. 50 DECEMBER 12, 1979 FACT INTO VALUE, VALUE INTO FACT CERTAIN of our contemporaries are likely to be remembered for a long, long time. Two of them—contemporaries until quite recently—are A. H. Maslow and E. F. Schumacher. Maslow accomplished a fundamental rebirth in the ...
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THE PROBLEM IS SET 7298
Author: Manas Reprints
VOLUME XXXII, NO. 39 SEPTEMBER 26, 1979 THE PROBLEM IS SET WHAT is a university? Ideally it is a place where you go to find out what the most thoughtful men and women of a given time believe that human beings know. But actually, in the opinion of some of those thoughtful individuals, the ...
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THE ORDEAL OF THINKING 7264
Author: Manas Reprints
VOLUME XXXII, NO. 18 MAY 2, 1979 THE ORDEAL OF THINKING TWO articles in the Winter American Scholar deal with this subject. One is an essay by Hugh Trevor-Roper on Thomas More, with particular attention to his Utopia. The other is George Kateb's review of the late Hannah Arendt's posthum ...
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Untitled Document 6897
Index to MANAS on CD-ROM Volume 1 The MANAS Reprints Index to MANAS has been reproduced from a typewritten version, created privately after publication of MANAS ceased. The source of the original version was the card file index maintained for the editor throughout the 41 years of the pap ...
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Untitled Document 6897
Index to MANAS on CD-ROM Volume 2 The MANAS Reprints Index to MANAS has been reproduced from a typewritten version, created privately after publication of MANAS ceased. The source of the original version was the card file index maintained for the editor throughout the 41 years of the pap ...
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Untitled Document 6897
Index to MANAS on CD-ROM Volume 1 The MANAS Reprints Index to MANAS has been reproduced from a typewritten version, created privately after publication of MANAS ceased. The source of the original version was the card file index maintained for the editor throughout the 41 years of the pap ...
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THE PRIORITY OF MIND 4802
Author: Manas Reprints
VOLUME XXXIV, NO. 13 APRIL 1, 1981 THE PRIORITY OF MIND IT seems a major irony of human existence— which has for its defining characteristic the search for knowledge—that the more we know, or believe that we know, the less relation there is between our knowledge and immediate experience. ...
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THE TWO KINDS OF KNOWLEDGE 4438
Author: Manas Reprints
VOLUME XXIX, NO. 15 APRIL 14, 1976 THE TWO KINDS OF KNOWLEDGE AN unsettling apprehension is beginning to afflict the modern world. After a long cycle of what have seemed to most chroniclers two or three centuries of unparalleled progress, leading to emancipation of both body and mind, th ...
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INSTEAD OF ALGEBRA 4382
Author: Manas Reprints
VOLUME XXX, NO. 14 APRIL 6, 1977 INSTEAD OF ALGEBRA THERE is a quality in human beings which seldom has adequate explanation—the resistance to being "taught." No one enjoys subjection to people who put on didactic airs. While the young may go to school willingly in order to enjoy the ple ...
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THE NEW ICONOCLASTS 4270
Author: Manas Reprints
VOLUME IX, NO. 16 APRIL 18, 1956 THE NEW ICONOCLASTS THE modern attack on reason is probably just as necessary and important as was Gautama Buddha's attack on the casuistry and useless speculations of the Brahmins of his time. It is possible, however, to attack reason for bad reasons as ...
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