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THE DREAM OF REALITY 3060
Author: Manas Reprints
VOLUME XX, NO. 21 MAY 24, 1967 THE DREAM OF REALITY IT is customary, after some ardent man has made a synthesis of imaginative longing for human good, to say that poetic dreams have their place, that they exert a refining influence and are a better pastime than vulgar pleasures, but that ...
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PROBLEMS OF MATURITY 3058
Author: Manas Reprints
VOLUME VI, NO. 50 DECEMBER 16, 1953 PROBLEMS OF MATURITY WHOEVER coined the expression, "feelingtone," added considerably to the language of psychological analysis. It is a bit depressing, at first, to realize how much of human decision depends upon the "feeling-tones" which have become ...
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THE CULT OF YOUTH 3052
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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BOOKS FOR OUR TIME: VII 3026
Author: Manas Reprints
VOLUME VI, NO. 41 OCTOBER 14, 1953 BOOKS FOR OUR TIME: VII THE only way, it seemed, by which Dwight Macdonald's The Root Is Man could be brought to our reading public was by furthering the project of its publication. This MANAS did, in collaboration with its cooperative printer, Cunningh ...
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GREAT QUESTIONS: VII 3022
Author: Manas Reprints
VOLUME V, NO. 2 JANUARY 9, 1952 GREAT QUESTIONS: VII SINCE so much depends upon what man means when he uses the word "soul," and since, with the decline of dogmatic materialism and the increase of interest in religious issues, the idea of soul is gaining new prominence, the matter of wha ...
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TIME OF LONGING 3009
Author: Manas Reprints
VOLUME XII, NO. 32 AUGUST 12, 1959 TIME OF LONGING MORE than courage is needed to deny and oppose the doctrine of the impotence of modern man, to reject the claim that he is unable to change the rigid pattern and ominous direction of his life. A certain shallowness—a kind of moral gayety ...
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THE LONGING FOR DESTINY 3002
Author: Manas Reprints
VOLUME XIII, NO. 39 SEPTEMBER 28, 1960 THE LONGING FOR DESTINY A MAJOR difficulty in any sort of constructive writing or analysis, these days, is the absence of any commonly agreed-upon criterion or norm of what may be called the general human good. We deal with the obvious symptoms of g ...
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EDUCATION AND LIFE 2998
Author: Manas Reprints
VOLUME III, NO. 46 NOVEMBER 15, 1950 EDUCATION AND LIFE THE American wit, Oliver Herford, once remarked of New York's large and lavish hotel, the Waldorf-Astoria, that "It brought exclusiveness to the masses." A similar mot might be constructed around the Luce publications, especially Li ...
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THE MEASURE OF PROGRESS 2994
Author: Manas Reprints
VOLUME XX, NO. 14 APRIL 5, 1967 THE MEASURE OF PROGRESS IF there really were some other planet to which modern man could emigrate, there would probably be an overwhelming number of applicants from the most advanced societies—from just those regions that are supposed to be most amply bles ...
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THE HUMAN SITUATION 2977
Author: Manas Reprints
VOLUME XII, NO. 29 JULY 22, 1959 THE HUMAN SITUATION ANIMALS have no problems. They pursue food, propagate their species, obey their instincts, vanquish or are devoured by their enemies—but they have no problems. We can't say much about how it feels to be an animal, for the reason that s ...
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