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Index to MANAS on CD-ROM Volume 1 The MANAS Reprints Index to MANAS has been reproduced from a typewritten version, created privately after publication of MANAS ceased. The source of the original version was the card file index maintained for the editor throughout the 41 years of the pap ...
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OPTIMISM OR PESSIMISM? 2944
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VOLUME XXXVI, NO. 6 FEBRUARY 9, 1983 OPTIMISM OR PESSIMISM? E. F. SCHUMACHER's A Guide for the Perplexed came out late in 1977, a little after he died of a heart attack (on September 4). It was for him to be the book of books. During his life he reached conclusions about what people need ...
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TOWARD VERTICAL MAN 2866
Author: Manas Reprints
VOLUME XVII, NO. 8 FEBRUARY 19, 1964 TOWARD VERTICAL MAN ISSUES in human affairs are decided, not so much by logical argument and the persuasion of "facts" as by the slow infusion of changing attitudes of mind. The imperceptible subtlety with which such changes take place often makes the ...
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CHANGING AMERICAN ATTITUDES 2671
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VOLUME XXIV, NO. 8 FEBRUARY 24, 1971 CHANGING AMERICAN ATTITUDES IT is difficult to find common denominators which convey the state of mind of a civilization as diverse as that of the United States, and are actually worth repeating. Bill Moyers (in Listening to America) gave expression t ...
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WHAT DETERMINES OUR DECISIONS? 2573
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VOLUME XL, NO. 5 FEBRUARY 4, 1987 WHAT DETERMINES OUR DECISIONS? WHAT is the "good life"? Would most people say in reply that the good life is both comfortable and fulfilling? Socrates, doubtless, would have disagreed. The good life, he would have said, means living a life of doing what ...
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THREADS OF CONTINUITY 2565
Author: Manas Reprints
VOLUME XXVI, NO. 8 FEBRUARY 21, 1973 THREADS OF CONTINUITY IF everything were going well with the plans and projects of modern man, as embodied in the corporate enterprises of state, industry, and commerce, it might not even occur to us to question the assumptions on which those enterpri ...
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THE DARING AND PERILOUS PROJECT 2556
Author: Manas Reprints
VOLUME XVIII, NO. 6 FEBRUARY 10, 1965 THE DARING AND PERILOUS PROJECT THE world of modern thought exhibits a curious ambivalence toward metaphysical ideas. There is much condemnation of "metaphysics," as such, with repetition of the now conventional claim that openly metaphysical doctrin ...
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THE NECESSITY OF AN IDEAL 2510
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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A LONG WAY TO GO 2507
Author: Manas Reprints
VOLUME XXXVI, NO. 8 FEBRUARY 23, 1983 A LONG WAY TO GO ALL men desire peace," said Thomas à Kempis some five hundred years ago, adding that "few men desire those things that make for peace." This seems to cover practically everything that can be said about putting an end to war. Yet it h ...
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AN AGE OF MANY NAMES 2491
Author: Manas Reprints
VOLUME XXV, NO. 7 FEBRUARY 16, 1972 AN AGE OF MANY NAMES VARIOUS honorifics have been applied to the present period, most of them expressive of what may some day be seen as only its superficial aspects. "Nuclear Age" is probably the most familiar, which replaced "Age of Power." Before th ...
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