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TRUE CONFESSIONS 4016
Author: Manas Reprints
VOLUME V, NO. 14 APRIL 2, 1952 TRUE CONFESSIONS EVER since modern psychology, following David Hume, abolished the idea of the self, the question of how human beings "know," or think they know, has received very little attention. Study of the processes of consciousness has been pursued on ...
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THE ENIGMA OF BEING HUMAN 4011
Author: Manas Reprints
VOLUME XLI, NO. 14 APRIL 6, 1988 THE ENIGMA OF BEING HUMAN IN a book which came out in 1965 (Stanford University Press), Abraham Heschel wrote: One thing that sets man apart from animals is a boundless, unpredictable capacity for the development of an inner universe. There is more potent ...
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THE CRISIS OF CIVILIZATION 4010
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VOLUME XX, NO. 2 JANUARY 11,1967 THE CRISIS OF CIVILIZATION [This is the title used by Ralph V. Sampson, of Bristol University, for his translation of an essay by Leo Tolstoy, written in 1908—"On the Annexation of Bosnia and Herzegovina by Austria." Tolstoy viewed with loathing the event ...
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THE WRITERS 4002
Author: Manas Reprints
VOLUME XXXIX, NO. 15 APRIL 9, 1986 THE WRITERS THERE are writers of many sorts; here we celebrate only one sort: the writers who, by some mysterious means, are able to add to the sum total of works of the human imagination—who increase the riches and potentialities of mankind. It is time ...
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THE QUEST FOR A "NATURAL" LIFE 3980
Author: Manas Reprints
VOLUME XIV, NO. 15 APRIL 12, 1961 THE QUEST FOR A "NATURAL" LIFE IF you look at the surface of historical events, it is easy enough to characterize the present. You will say that it is the time of the Cold War between Communism and Democracy. Or, if you are skeptical of contemporary labe ...
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HEROISM OR COMMON SENSE? 3951
Author: Manas Reprints
VOLUME XXXI, NO. 15 APRIL 12, 1978 HEROISM OR COMMON SENSE? EARLY in Soft Energy Paths Amory Lovins remarks that choosing energy sources alternative to fossil fuels and nuclear installations cannot be regarded as a "heroic decision." The social advantages—good for all the people—in devel ...
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CONSCIOUSNESS AND MEANING 3934
Author: Manas Reprints
VOLUME XV, NO. 15 APRIL 11, 1962 CONSCIOUSNESS AND MEANING WE have a letter from a reader who has encountered certain difficulties in the Jan. 31 issue of MANAS, mainly in the editorial, which was titled "People as Subjects." The letter deals with and raises questions of extreme subtlety ...
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AWARENESS IN AMERICA 3920
Author: Manas Reprints
VOLUME XXVII, NO. 16 APRIL 17, 1974 AWARENESS IN AMERICA THERE are inevitable costs which result from relying on empirical evidence for finding out fact or truth, and from measuring value by the pragmatic rule that what seems to work is good, or good enough. This may be a practical appro ...
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THE FACTS OF OUR LIVES 3906
Author: Manas Reprints
VOLUME XXVIII, NO. 40 OCTOBER 1, 1975 THE FACTS OF OUR LIVES WHICH is the most useful to us—statistics or biography? From statistics, we might say, we learn what socially or collectively is; from biography we learn what is individually possible or has been done. Statistics ignore, filter ...
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THE FACTS OF OUR LIVES 3906
Author: Manas Reprints
VOLUME XXVIII, NO. 40 OCTOBER 1, 1975 THE FACTS OF OUR LIVES WHICH is the most useful to us—statistics or biography? From statistics, we might say, we learn what socially or collectively is; from biography we learn what is individually possible or has been done. Statistics ignore, filter ...
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