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PAUL GOODMAN ON EDUCATION 1264
Author: Manas Reprints
VOLUME XXII, NO. 23 JUNE 4, 1969 PAUL GOODMAN ON EDUCATION IF, as Carey McWilliams has suggested, "California is a pace-setter for the rest of the country," what has been happening recently in this state's institutions of learning may be prophetic of far wider dimensions of revolt. Much ...
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THE PROBLEM OF FRAMING ISSUES 1260
Author: Manas Reprints
VOLUME XV, NO. 9 FEBRUARY 28, 1962 THE PROBLEM OF FRAMING ISSUES TOO often the argument about unilateral disarmament, or about peace action, nonviolent demonstrations, civil disobedience, tax refusing, and similar acts of war resistance obscures the fundamental question of what is happen ...
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TOWARD A MORAL VOCABULARY 1260
Author: Manas Reprints
VOLUME IX, NO. 32 AUGUST 8, 1956 TOWARD A MORAL VOCABULARY DURING the past seven or eight years, a new "freedom of speech" has been acquired by American novelists: the capacity to use almost any word they choose—four-letter or otherwise—and to describe in detail matters that were once le ...
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SCIENCE AND PHILOSOPHY 1258
Author: Manas Reprints
VOLUME VI, NO. 34 AUGUST 26, 1953 SCIENCE AND PHILOSOPHY A CORRESPONDENT discusses briefly the question of scientific acceptance of ESP (telepathy, etc.), reaching a conclusion that seems to us of considerable importance. He writes: I don't know whether psychologists should accept ESP in ...
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STATUS 1256
Author: Manas Reprints
VOLUME I, NO. 31 AUGUST 4, 1948 STATUS OCCASIONALLY a friendly correspondent takes MANAS to task for having "heroes," suggesting that some of the individuals we have admired have had their less-than-admirable moments. This we freely admit, but shall nevertheless continue to choose exampl ...
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THE GRAND OUTLINE 1256
Author: Manas Reprints
VOLUME V, NO. 33 AUGUST 13, 1952 THE GRAND OUTLINE THE loneliness of modern man, his feeling of homelessness, his "alienation" from a natural life, is often explained by moralists as the punishment for his defiance of natural law. There is some truth, doubtless, in the charge. Man has be ...
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THE PSYCHOLOGICAL REVOLUTION 1255
Author: Manas Reprints
VOLUME XIV, NO. 33 AUGUST 16, 1961 THE PSYCHOLOGICAL REVOLUTION IF you want to try to "think big" concerning the general human situation of the present, there are certain propositions about the current condition of man that seem worth considering. We should warn the reader that what foll ...
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MEN WITH IDEAS: JOHN DEWEY 1255
Author: Manas Reprints
VOLUME III, NO. 32 AUGUST 9, 1950 MEN WITH IDEAS: JOHN DEWEY IT would be uncomplicated and pat to call John Dewey the philosopher of an age of unbelief, and it would also be in a way correct, yet it would doom the rest of our discussion to the arid view that Dr. Dewey, while a "good" man ...
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THE FALL 1254
Author: Manas Reprints
VOLUME XX, NO. 35 AUGUST 30, 1967 THE FALL WHILE there are both philosophical and theological explanations of evil, the one with which we are most familiar is the scientific explanation, which says that evil comes from a failure in need-satisfaction. The remedy, quite naturally, lies in ...
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TWO HUMAN SITUATIONS 1254
Author: Manas Reprints
VOLUME X, NO. 34 AUGUST 21, 1957 TWO HUMAN SITUATIONS MAN in the matrix of nature, and man in the matrix of social institutions—these are two distinct human situations. We know little—far less, perhaps, than we should—about the first of these situations. It is conceivable, of course, tha ...
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