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SCIENCE AND RELIGION 4717
Author: Manas Reprints
VOLUME XVII, NO. 52 DECEMBER 23, 1964 SCIENCE AND RELIGION PEOPLE question themselves so differently in regard to religion—"religion" meaning, here, the foundations of decision in their lives—that any attempt to discuss the subject is likely to exclude areas of vital importance to many; ...
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AN EARLIER "TRANSITION" 4644
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VOLUME XXXVI, NO. 16 APRIL 20, 1983 AN EARLIER ''TRANSITION" AN ancient controversy—periodically renewed— is concerned with which one of two questions should have priority. Has "What is true?" greater importance, or should the first question be: "How ought we to live?" Obviously enough, ...
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A NEW GENESIS 4620
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VOLUME XXVI, NO. 51 DECEMBER 19, 1973 A NEW GENESIS KNOWLEDGE brings responsibility. This is something we know without the help of experts. It could be called a statement of moral law, although the relativities it implies create much of the difficulty we experience in making moral judgme ...
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A NEGLECTED MYSTERY 4616
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VOLUME IV, NO. 49 DECEMBER 5, 1951 A NEGLECTED MYSTERY IT is the habit of modern writers—doubtless the habit of writers ever since the first scribe poked his stylus into a soft, clay tablet—to endeavor to instruct in matters with which they are themselves familiar. A man usually likes to ...
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A GERMINAL SOLUTION 4606
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VOLUME XIX, NO. 52 DECEMBER 28, 1966 A GERMINAL SOLUTION THERE may be some excuse for the modern habit of calling every rapid change in the human environment a "revolution," but this usage blurs the term's primary meaning in Western thought. A revolution is something that men make with d ...
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THE SHAPING OF CULTURE 4601
Author: Manas Reprints
VOLUME XXXI, NO. 52 DECEMBER 27, 1978 THE SHAPING OF CULTURE CULTURAL imperialism, unlike military exploits in foreign lands, is something that people often practice without knowing it. They try to make other people think and act like themselves. It can also be a deliberate campaign. In ...
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THE PSYCHOLOGICAL VIRTUES 4596
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VOLUME XXIX, NO. 50 DECEMBER 15, 1976 THE PSYCHOLOGICAL VIRTUES THE lives of human beings seem to be careers pursued under the rules of two systems—the system of the world around us and the system of one's individual life. There are obvious relations and interdependencies between these t ...
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THE ALWAYS PERTINENT QUESTION 4594
Author: Manas Reprints
VOLUME XXXV, NO. 50 DECEMBER 15, 1982 THE ALWAYS PERTINENT QUESTION WHAT is the mind? The question, here, is no academic inquiry but a response to the wonder of what some people say about what they see. No mechanist explanation can apply. The ranges of imagination are not duplicated from ...
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HOW SHALL WE DEFINE "KNOWLEDGE"? 4581
Author: Manas Reprints
VOLUME XXIV, NO. 49 DECEMBER 8, 1971 HOW SHALL WE DEFINE "KNOWLEDGE"? THE small amount of reading in Thomas Paine required for last week's lead article, in which Paine largely figured, can be a somewhat chastening experience. For it leads to the realization that the common tongue has not ...
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FROM ITS OWN ASHES 4556
Author: Manas Reprints
VOLUME XI, NO. 51 DECEMBER 17, 1958 FROM ITS OWN ASHES LAST fall some peace-minded Americans, mostly Quakers, joined forces to support the voyage of the Golden Rule, a thirty-foot ketch which Skipper Albert Bigelow and his crew were determined to sail into the Eniwetok nuclear weapons te ...
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