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IDEALISTS AND MATERIALISTS 3524
Author: Manas Reprints
VOLUME X, NO. 50 DECEMBER 11, 1957 IDEALISTS AND MATERIALISTS THE argument between the Idealists and the Materialists—or between the Mystics and the Empiricists—is a very old one. Probably every civilization which has matured to the point of learning to deal with abstract ideas and issue ...
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THE SYSTEMS IN OUR LIFE 3368
Author: Manas Reprints
VOLUME II, NO. 51 DECEMBER 21, 1949 THE SYSTEMS IN OUR LIFE COMPETITION is essential to a free economy— it may be essential to our kind of "free society"; yet competition, in its most "developed" form, is war, as Clausewitz said. But victory in war requires an economy controlled by the S ...
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THE GUILT OF THE RIGHTEOUS 3192
Author: Manas Reprints
VOLUME XVII, NO. 50 DECEMBER 9, 1964 THE GUILT OF THE RIGHTEOUS TO a far greater extent than is commonly admitted, the never-ending argument about the organization of society is a contest over moral issues carried on by men who believe that their convictions are either misunderstood or d ...
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CONVENTIONS IN SCIENCE 3121
Author: Manas Reprints
VOLUME X, NO. 13 MARCH 27, 1957 CONVENTIONS IN SCIENCE THIS may sound like a contradictory title, for the reason that scientific thinking is supposed to be free of the constraints of convention. It has been claimed for science, or for the scientific method, that this way of approaching t ...
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THE PURSUIT OF HAPPINESS 3083
Author: Manas Reprints
VOLUME I, NO. 49 DECEMBER 8, 1948 THE PURSUIT OF HAPPINESS AFTER some hours spent in absorbing and pondering such dissimilar material as reviews of the Kinsey Report, a recent novel about GI love affairs, and discussions of inventive ability and genius, we have come to a kind of generali ...
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CONCERNING DIALOGUES 3056
Author: Manas Reprints
VOLUME XVI, NO. 51 DECEMBER 18, 1963 CONCERNING DIALOGU ES LAST year, in a lecture given for the Earl Warren Institute of Ethics and Human Relations, Supreme Court Justice William O. Douglas spoke at length of the withdrawal of the American people from anything like responsible participa ...
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A MORAL EQUIVALENT OF PEACE 3037
Author: Manas Reprints
VOLUME V, NO. 50 DECEMBER 10, 1952 A MORAL EQUIVALENT OF PEACE THOSE who are familiar with William James's famous essay, "A Moral Equivalent of War," may wonder a little at this title, yet peace, as we know it today, and as James knew it in his day, is as much in need of a moral equivale ...
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PROBLEM AND PRECEDENT 2982
Author: Manas Reprints
VOLUME XXVII, NO. 48 NOVEMBER 27, 1974 PROBLEM AND PRECEDENT WHAT is the purview of man's ethical outlook? How far does his moral responsibility extend, and on what is it based? These are questions considered by Hans Jonas in "Technology and Responsibility," in the Spring 1974 issue of S ...
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AN ANCIENT QUESTION 2912
Author: Manas Reprints
VOLUME XXXIX, NO. 13 MARCH 26, 1986 AN ANCIENT QUESTION THERE are two reasons for turning to Albert Einstein from time to time, and musing over his thoughts. First, he was the greatest scientist of our time. Second, he had an acutely alert moral sense and the part he played in providing ...
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ELEMENTS OF HAPPINESS 2888
Author: Manas Reprints
VOLUME VI, NO. 51 DECEMBER 23, 1953 ELEMENTS OF HAPPINESS SO far as we can see, the number of people who can be said to be really happy is surprisingly small. Children, perhaps, are often happy, and occasionally one finds a family whose members, without thinking much about it, seem to ha ...
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