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ANOTHER WORLD 2867
Author: Manas Reprints
VOLUME IV, NO. 43 OCTOBER 24, 1951 ANOTHER WORLD WHILE the world we live in is neither "one," as Mr. Willkie proposed, nor "brave" and "new," as Aldous Huxley anticipated, it is certainly different from the world of a generation ago. Although no one who has not reached middle age can rem ...
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APOLOGY FOR "UNNATURAL" MAN 2864
Author: Manas Reprints
VOLUME IX, NO. 42 OCTOBER 17, 1956 APOLOGY FOR "UNNATURAL" MAN ROUSSEAU may not have been the first to celebrate the virtues of the "natural" man, but the contrast he drew between the noble savage, the child of Nature, and the corrupted and debilitated people of the cities—of "civilizati ...
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HARDLY WELCOME ALLIES 2861
Author: Manas Reprints
VOLUME XXXVI, NO. 40 OCTOBER 5, 1983 HARDLY WELCOME ALLIES WE have our lives to live, each one of us composing, from day to day, a biography of sorts, out of intentions that seem worth pursuing. Then, in contrast, there is the course of the times, in which our lives are either tightly or ...
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THE FIFTH AMENDMENT 2860
Author: Manas Reprints
VOLUME VI, NO. 42 OCTOBER 21, 1953 THE FIFTH AMENDMENT OTHERS, doubtless, besides ourselves have been puzzled concerning the moral issues involved in present-day use of the Fifth Amendment to the Constitution of the United States. We, along with others, have read and thought about it, bu ...
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THE BIRTH OF AN EPOCH 2860
Author: Manas Reprints
VOLUME XI, NO. 43 OCTOBER 22, 1958 THE BIRTH OF AN EPOCH IT is a matter of some interest that the most easily recognizable evidence of the dignity of man shows the human being resisting the overwhelming might of external circumstances. This is a dignity which everyone must acknowledge. F ...
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GREAT QUESTIONS: X 2856
Author: Manas Reprints
VOLUME V, NO. 40 OCTOBER 1, 1952 GREAT QUESTIONS: X WHEN, about two months ago, it was suggested here that "the great mass of people in the world have no particular interest in dominating the lives of others"; that most people want only "a few simple things"; and that "the ill-housed, un ...
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PRETENSIONS OR CLUES? 2855
Author: Manas Reprints
VOLUME XXXI, NO. 43 OCTOBER 25, 1978 PRETENSIONS OR CLUES? THE idea of self-knowledge had its beginnings in Western thought with the Delphic injunction, "Man, know thyself." Socrates, who was singled out by the Oracle as "the wisest man in Athens," embraced this counsel for its practical ...
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FOR THE IMPROVEMENT OF THE PRESENT 2854
Author: Manas Reprints
VOLUME XIV, NO. 42 OCTOBER 18, 1961 FOR THE IMPROVEMENT OF THE PRESENT AN interesting contrast is presented by two letters addressed to the editors of MANAS, which arrived at almost the same time. One is from a European reader who lives in West Germany, the other from an American reader ...
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THE USES OF ALLEGORY 2853
Author: Manas Reprints
VOLUME XXII, NO. 42 OCTOBER 15, 1969 THE USES OF ALLEGORY THE excellences of a good book, of a fine piece of writing—can they be explained at all? After all the rules and maxims have been consulted, basic questions remain. How did the writer know all that? Or if, which is more likely, he ...
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JEFFERSONIAN REFLECTIONS 2851
Author: Manas Reprints
VOLUME XXXVI, NO. 42 OCTOBER 19, 1983 JEFFERSONIAN REFLECTIONS FROM day to day we read in the papers what the President, the Congress, the Federal Reserve Bank, and sometimes the leaders of industry, are doing to restore "the economy" to the ongoing balance which, we are told, existed in ...
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