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TYPE CASTING 2578
Author: Manas Reprints
VOLUME V, NO. 18 APRIL 30, 1952 TYPE CASTING IF you have been to the motion pictures lately, you have probably had first-hand experience of "type casting," in which at least half the cast of players is made up of actors who exhibit their repertoire of stock idiosyncrasies and mannerisms. ...
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A DEATH - AND A BIRTH 2577
Author: Manas Reprints
VOLUME I, NO. 17 APRIL 28, 1948 A DEATH—AND A BIRTH ONE effect of the death of M. K. Gandhi—an effect not widely anticipated—has been a revelation of the strong hold he had attained upon the imagination of intelligent westerners. Ordinarily, for the "practical" West, death is an irration ...
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INVITATION TO PLATO 2569
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VOLUME XXXI, NO. 16 APRIL 19, 1978 INVITATION TO PLATO DIALOGUE, for Plato, was the only effective means of communication between human beings. For his purposes, it worked better than anything else. What did he intend? He makes it very plain. It was the teaching of virtue. Can it be done ...
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THE DIFFICULT SUBJECT 2568
Author: Manas Reprints
VOLUME XXXII, NO. 15 APRIL 11, 1979 THE DIFFICULT SUBJECT IT may be a matter of considerable—perhaps primary—importance that as a train of thought attains more generality, the less interesting it becomes. Abstractions, which are supposed to have the highest truth-content, are pallid affa ...
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QUESTIONS - NOT FOR EXPERTS 2567
Author: Manas Reprints
VOLUME I, NO. 45 NOVEMBER 10, 1948 QUESTIONS—NOT FOR EXPERTS WHEN a physicist like Dr. Robert A. Millikan speaks on atomic energy, the man in the street may be expected to accept his statements as reliable. And when a leading educator like Dr. Robert M. Hutchins of the University of Chic ...
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THE NEW RATIONALISM 2562
Author: Manas Reprints
VOLUME XXIX, NO. 16 APRIL 21, 1976 THE NEW RATIONLISM A GOOD initial approach to both the genius and the disaster of intellectuality is available in Philip Slater's critical definition of Rationalism (in Earthwalk, Anchor, 1974). Rationalism, he says, is "the inability to perceive wholes ...
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AN OPENING DOOR 2561
Author: Manas Reprints
VOLUME XL, NO. 40 OCTOBER 7, 1987 AN OPENING DOOR THE words we use gain their meanings from the general assumptions we have adopted from the prevailing beliefs of our time. When those beliefs change a process of the revision of meanings takes place, which may last a century or more. Fort ...
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EXITS AND ENTRANCES 2560
Author: Manas Reprints
VOLUME V, NO. 8 FEBRUARY 20, 1952 EXITS AND ENTRANCES WHY should anyone fear death? What is so terrifying in this prospect that mankind in general cannot bear to contemplate it? We see nothing to fear in death, nor can we see what others find to dread in it. Much less can we understand o ...
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THE CULT OF YOUTH 2557
Author: Manas Reprints
VOLUME III, NO. 14 APRIL 5, 1950 THE CULT OF YOUTH BEING young is one thing that most people are pretty good at, while getting middle-aged, then old, and finally dying are activities which hold no promise and are generally regarded as unpleasant tendencies which are not to be talked abou ...
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THE SERVICES OF HISTORY 2553
Author: Manas Reprints
VOLUME XXII, NO. 35 AUGUST 27, 1969 THE SERVICES OF HISTORY WE owe a great deal to the historians. Through them we obtain definite ideas about where we have come from and are able to enrich our feelings of who we are. The familiar and comfortable sort of identity is, after all, largely a ...
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