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REAL AND HYPOTHETICAL EVIL 1252
Author: Manas Reprints
VOLUME VII, NO. 31 AUGUST 4, 1954 REAL AND HYPOTHETICAL EVIL JUST how much freedom can we give up through loyalty and security programs in order to maintain freedom? There is little question that the loyalty and security programs negate many personal freedoms, and are bidding fair to und ...
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CROSSROADS FOR DEMOCRACY 1251
Author: Manas Reprints
VOLUME XII, NO. 33 AUGUST 19, 1959 CROSSROADS FOR DEMOCRACY IT is not the excesses of human behavior that we need to fear, so much as the justifications of them. Disasters of death and suffering are often unavoidable in human experience. The race can survive them. What it cannot survive, ...
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WHAT IS KNOWLEDGE? 1250
Author: Manas Reprints
VOLUME XV, NO. 41 OCTOBER 10, 1962 WHAT IS KNOWLEDGE? WE are not, of course, going to pretend to answer this question. To do so would be presumptuous, if not wholly impossible. What we are going to attempt is to point out what happens to people, to cultures or civilizations, when they st ...
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ARGUMENTS FOR FREEDOM 1249
Author: Manas Reprints
VOLUME IX, NO. 35 AUGUST 29, 1956 ARGUMENTS FOR FREEDOM A TECHNOLOGIST'S argument for social arrangements allowing maximum freedom is contained in the April 1956 issue of the Technology Review (published by the Massachusetts Institute of Technology). The writer, H. B. Phillips, is concer ...
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PROBLEMS OF UNIVERSAL THINKING 1248
Author: Manas Reprints
VOLUME XIV, NO. 32 AUGUST 9, 1961 PROBLEMS OF UNIVERSAL THINKING THE role of a periodical in cultural life has its own distinctive attributes. If you think well of some great human expression, some universal declaration which touches and moves both heart and mind—say, the Sermon on the M ...
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INDIA'S GREAT PROJECT 1247
Author: Manas Reprints
VOLUME VII, NO. 34 AUGUST 25, 1954 INDIA'S GREAT PROJECT THERE are probably many interesting things to write about the progress of India in becoming what, according to Western standards, would be termed a "modern nation." We have at hand a year book of statistics reporting on various pha ...
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MAN'S CREATIVE POTENTIAL 1246
Author: Manas Reprints
VOLUME XIV, NO. 31 AUGUST 2, 1961 MAN'S CREATIVE POTENTIAL OURS is an alienated and an alienating era. This state is not due only to the estrangements and dislocations in our socio-economic relations. The hunger for bread is gradually being met by the development of technology which is l ...
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MYTH AND METAPHYSICS 1245
Author: Manas Reprints
VOLUME XXV, NO. 18 MAY 3, 1972 MYTH AND METAPHYSICS IT is not only difficult, but practically impossible to decide upon standards and values for human life without using the inheritance of tradition and being affected by the people among whom we live. To be a human being, after all, is t ...
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TOWARD INDIVIDUALITY 1243
Author: Manas Reprints
VOLUME IX, NO. 34 AUGUST 22, 1956 TOWARD INDIVIDUALITY THERE are not very many of them—the people who are under some inner compulsion to live their own lives—but you meet or hear about them from time to time. Usually they are artists, but other men, also, are found to have this stubborn, ...
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WHAT TO DO.. 1243
Author: Manas Reprints
VOLUME XIII, NO. 31 AUGUST 3, 1960 WHAT TO DO . . IT was, as we recall, Josiah Royce who said that the one thing a moral agent needs is a universe on which he can work in order to improve it. These are not the precise words, but the sense is probably accurate enough, serving to narrow do ...
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