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THE GREAT MUTATION 3474
Author: Manas Reprints
VOLUME V, NO. 20 MAY 14, 1952 THE GREAT MUTATION THE eighteenth century was really a great turning point in the history of the world. With the French Revolution and the American War for Independence was introduced the idea of a popular overthrow, not only of existing government power, bu ...
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A QUESTION OF MANNERS 3473
Author: Manas Reprints
Volume I, No. 43 October 27, 1948 A QUESTION OF MANNERS A CURIOUS after-effect of the war was the apparent "good manners," lasting a year or two, in some of the young men who had been in the Army. It is somewhat surprising to be addressed repeatedly with the honorific, "sir," and to obse ...
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THE POLITICAL VIRTUES 3470
Author: Manas Reprints
VOLUME VIII, NO. 11 MARCH 16, 1955 THE POLITICAL VIRTUES IT has long seemed to us a worthy project to attempt to let the winds out of contemporary political passion, yet how to do this without disregard of the issues with which politics is concerned presents something of a problem. For r ...
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DIALOGUE OF FAITH 3411
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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AREAS OF HUMAN FREEDOM 3408
Author: Manas Reprints
VOLUME X, NO. 8 FEBRUARY 20, 1957 AREAS OF HUMAN FREEDOM CERTAIN far-reaching difficulties pursue the man who is unable to honor or share in the personal aims which are claimed to be necessary and proper in an acquisitive society. Conventional economic activities often seem to him little ...
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THE BIG QUESTION 3352
Author: Manas Reprints
VOLUME XIII, NO. 38 SEPTEMBER 21, 1960 THE BIG QUESTION THE question which a reader, in a letter, calls the "big question" is not asked by everyone, nor, when asked, is it always regarded as "big," but it is the question to which all human knowledge of religion and philosophy can be trac ...
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TOMORROW'S ORTHODOXIES 3320
Author: Manas Reprints
VOLUME IX, NO. 30 JULY 25, 1956 TOMORROW'S ORTHODOXIES NO special qualifications for prophecy are needed to say that these are days in which men are getting ready to find themselves a new religion—or religions. The signs are all about. In the existing religions of the West—we cannot spea ...
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ALBERT CAMUS 3310
Author: Manas Reprints
VOLUME XXXIV, NO. 52 DECEMBER 30, 1981 ALBERT CAMUS THE life-span of Albert Camus, from 1913 to 1960—he died at forty-seven in an automobile accident—covered a time which might be named the Disgrace of the World, or of the Western World. He was born in French Algeria and grew up in the B ...
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METAPHYSICS- SECOND ATTEMPT 3302
Author: Manas Reprints
VOLUME XII, NO. 30 JULY 29, 1959 METAPHYSICS—SECOND ATTEMPT DISCUSSIONS of Metaphysics, as such, almost inevitably have a dry, academic flavor, yet there are clear advantages in an occasional effort in this direction. All serious thought involves some kind of practice of metaphysics, and ...
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THE LONELY FREE 3301
Author: Manas Reprints
VOLUME XIX, NO. 1 JANUARY 5, 1966 THE LONELY FREE THE stubborn resistance of individual ways of reaching the good life to codification or standardizing procedures is a fact we acknowledge with the greatest reluctance. Even this fact itself, when turned into a formula—as, for example, by ...
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