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THE FAIR GOD 2688
Author: Manas Reprints
VOLUME III, NO. 8 FEBRUARY 22, 1950 THE FAIR GOD THE explanation usually given in legends for the departure of hero-gods from the lands and peoples they have watched over is that their work was done. We have a suspicion, however, that some pious concealment of the facts is involved in th ...
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THE THEORY OF THE MONADS 2688
Author: Manas Reprints
VOLUME XXXIV, NO. 6 FEBRUARY 11, 1981 THE THEORY OF THE MONADS ALL works of the mind require either an open or a covert audacity. It is the calling of the mind to say things that matter about the forms of human experience—to pass some sort of judgment. As both protagonist and critic of a ...
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DIALOGUE OF FAITH 2685
Author: Manas Reprints
VOLUME IV, NO. 8 FEBRUARY 21, 1951 DIALOGUE ON FAITH THE nineteenth-century argument between Science and Religion was a dramatic affair, filled with the rhetoric of both heaven and earth, even though it failed to reach any important conclusion. Science won, for the reason that the argume ...
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THE NECESSITY OF AN IDEAL 2683
Author: Manas Reprints
VOLUME XXIV, NO. 6 FEBRUARY 10, 1971 THE NECESSITY OF AN IDEAL IN her account of the "new religions" of today's young people, in the Saturday Review for last Dec. 19, Marcia Cavell observes: Unfortunately, the idea that feeling and fantasy are an undeniable and often enriching part of hu ...
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THE NUMBER ONE QUESTION 2678
Author: Manas Reprints
VOLUME X, NO. 7 FEBRUARY 13, 1957 THE NUMBER ONE QUESTION WHAT is the human individual? It is probably far too soon to ask this question, but we are asking it anyhow, as the question to which our civilization will eventually have to supply at least an approximate reply, or perish. Why sh ...
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REVIVAL OF INDIVIDUALISM 2675
Author: Manas Reprints
VOLUME VIII, NO. 8 FEBRUARY 23, 1955 REVIVAL OF INDIVIDUALISM ONE reason why we thought so well of Lyman Bryson's The Next America—and keep on mentioning it, quoting it, and urging people to read it—is the way in which he deals with the tension between individualism and collectivism. Act ...
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WHAT CAN BE DONE WITH WORDS? 2671
Author: Manas Reprints
VOLUME XV, NO. 8 FEBRUARY 21, 1962 WHAT CAN BE DONE WITH WORDS? YEAR in and year out, a journal of opinion receives in the mail a steady flow of books and pamphlets for review, as well as occasional manuscripts submitted for publication. These materials are always welcome, since they are ...
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THE RAW MATERIAL 2666
Author: Manas Reprints
VOLUME XXVIII, NO. 9 FEBRUARY 26, 1975 THE RAW MATERIAL IT is true enough that there can hardly be any new ideas. Just as nothing that we are able to talk about happens just once, so with ideas. How could we become aware of a totally new idea? But the way ideas strike us—their impact on ...
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THE RAW MATERIAL 2666
Author: Manas Reprints
VOLUME XXVIII, NO. 9 FEBRUARY 26, 1975 THE RAW MATERIAL IT is true enough that there can hardly be any new ideas. Just as nothing that we are able to talk about happens just once, so with ideas. How could we become aware of a totally new idea? But the way ideas strike us—their impact on ...
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RELIGION, ART, AND SCIENCE 2665
Author: Manas Reprints
VOLUME XXXIII, NO. 7 FEBRUARY 13, 1980 RELIGION, ART, AND SCIENCE MATURITY is characterized by the capacity to resolve contradictions in behalf of wise decision. Since it is commonly conceded that maturity is rare, that partisanship is common, and that the conflicts between partial views ...
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