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THE RESTORATION OF REASON 1534
Author: Manas Reprints
VOLUME XXXII, NO. 43 OCTOBER 24, 1979 THE RESTORATION OF REASON IT is necessary, in a consideration such as this, to begin with definitions, even though, as we proceed, the inadequacy and misleading character of most definitions may become evident. We take our account of reason from Eric ...
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ANGER WITHOUT AN OBJECT 1534
Author: Manas Reprints
VOLUME X, NO. 44 OCTOBER 30, 1957 ANGER WITHOUT AN OBJECT HISTORY is commonly written about the way rulers, governments and peoples move around, but it might more reasonably be written about the way the Good, the True, and the Beautiful move around. The latter sort of history, quite conc ...
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NATURE'S VOICE HAS CHANGED 1532
Author: Manas Reprints
VOLUME XX, NO. 41 OCTOBER 11, 1967 NATURE'S VOICE HAS CHANGED FROM being, in the eighteenth century, the selfreliant man's substitute for Providence, and nineteenth-century man's arbiter of the struggle for existence, Nature has become little more than a store of energy to be tapped. The ...
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RESONANCES OF MIND 1531
Author: Manas Reprints
VOLUME XXIV, NO. 41 OCTOBER 13, 1971 RESONANCES OF MIND IN a book devoted to the religio-philosophical ideas of the North American Indians, Hartley Burr Alexander remarked that we should be at least as generous to the Indians as we are to ourselves. The reason for study of the best of wh ...
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THE FACTS OF LIFE 1530
Author: Manas Reprints
VOLUME XXX, NO. 40 OCTOBER 5, 1977 THE FACTS OF LIFE YOU can start almost anywhere. While going by what you read to pick out the facts you think are important may be submitting to a preliminary filtering by other people, there will still be enormous variety to choose from. How is "import ...
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HOW RESPONSIBILITY IS DEVELOPED 1529
Author: Manas Reprints
VOLUME XLI, NO. 41 OCTOBER 12, 1988 HOW RESPONSIBILITY IS DEVELOPED IN our effort to understand ourselves and the world we live in, the historian of ideas is probably the most useful of all our resources, since, first of all, he makes it evident that what we think about ourselves is larg ...
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A MATTER OF TROPISM 1527
Author: Manas Reprints
VOLUME XXIX, NO. 43 OCTOBER 27, 1976 A MATTER OF TROPISM HUMAN communication seems divided between ignominious success and glorious failure. This may be appropriate for an activity that will go on forever, but difficult to bear for beings whose lives are cut up by intervals of time. We l ...
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AUTHORITY AND POWER 1526
Author: Manas Reprints
VOLUME XXV, NO. 41 OCTOBER 11, 1972 AUTHORITY AND POWER A POST-WAR novel by Gordon Merrick, The Strumpet Wind (1947), tells the story of a young American officer, assigned to intelligence because of his perfect command of French, who has the task of surprising and converting into a "doub ...
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AFFIRMATIONS, QUESTIONS, DENIALS 1526
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VOLUME XIX, NO. 42 OCTOBER 19, 1966 AFFIRMATIONS, QUESTIONS, DENIALS AFTER gazing into the depths of the antarctic night, alone at an observation post in Little America, Richard Byrd returned to his frigid burrow in the snow to write in his diary: The universe is not dead. Therefore, the ...
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WIDE, UNOPENED SPACES 1524
Author: Manas Reprints
VOLUME XXVI, NO. 44 OCTOBER 31, 1973 WIDE, UNOPENED SPACES THERE are many good reasons for rejecting the struggle for power, for living outside of it, for not being interested in it and ignoring it as far as possible, but the most persuasive one, today, is that even those who gain power ...
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