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THE EIGHTEENTH-CENTURY SPELL 1241
Author: Manas Reprints
VOLUME III, NO. 33 AUGUST 16, 1950 THE EIGHTEENTH-CENTURY SPELL TO return to the eighteenth-century philosophers and to renew acquaintance with their belief in the power of reason and their enthusiasm for the future of mankind under its guidance is like going on an excursion to the origi ...
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THE SHADOW OF THE VIRTUES 1238
Author: Manas Reprints
VOLUME XXIII, NO. 38 SEPTEMBER 23, 1970 THE SHADOW OF THE VIRTUES THE most searching criticism is being written today by those who recognize facts and failings which the proud achievements of the age conceal from us. This blocking of perception—that is, the concealment of the ugly, the i ...
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THE THEORY OF CASTE A CRITICISM 1234
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VOLUME VIII, NO. 32 AUGUST 10, 1955 THE THEORY OF CASTE-A CRITICISM A CRITIC who feels considerably let down by "The Theory of Caste" (MANAS, June 29) fires both barrels in an attempt to show that this article is compounded of folly, ignorance, and probably some wickedness, too. Followin ...
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THE GREAT SHAKEDOWN 1232
Author: Manas Reprints
VOLUME XVIII, NO. 32 AUGUST 11, 1965 THE GREAT SHAKEDOWN THESE are times which try more than men's souls; the deep human questioning of the present is virtually a way of asking whether men have souls to be tried. Other words are used, of course; or if not words, then formless longings co ...
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TO BE OR NOT TO BE 1231
Author: Manas Reprints
VOLUME XVII, NO. 33 AUGUST 12, 1964 TO BE OR NOT TO BE THE lead article in MANAS for May 13, "The Worlds We Live In," dealt with a subtle philosophical issue, so that a letter of objection comes as no surprise. The problem of this discussion might be set by the questions: How is the One ...
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THE SHAVING PROCESS 1229
Author: Manas Reprints
VOLUME XVIII, NO. 33 AUGUST 18, 1965 THE SHAVING PROCESS IT was a cherished memory of Gatti-Casazza, colorful director of the Metropolitan Opera House for a generation or more, that he gained assent from Dr. Einstein for his personal explanation of the General Theory of Relativity—"There ...
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THE ACCESSIBLE REMEDIES 1229
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VOLUME XXIII, NO. 46 NOVEMBER 18, 1970 THE ACCESSIBLE REMEDIES THESE are the times," Tom Paine wrote in 1776, "that try men's souls." What, we might ask, is now being tried? Paine sought to focus the energies of men on an issue easily defined, if not easily remedied. But very different a ...
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BACK TO THE FARM 1229
Author: Manas Reprints
VOLUME XX, NO. 33 AUGUST 16, 1967 BACK TO THE FARM IN a book which brazenly mocks believers in the Gross National Product and laughs defiantly at the manifest deficits of the eternally failing family-size farm, H. Gordon Green, a Canadian writer and husbander of pigs, reports in some det ...
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THE PROBLEM OF BLAME 1229
Author: Manas Reprints
VOLUME XIII, NO. 33 AUGUST 17, 1960 THE PROBLEM OF BLAME THERE is hardly a man who, when you speak of pain and suffering, will not understand what you mean. Suffering is a major element of the common lot of human beings. We have intuitive—that is, direct—knowledge of pain. It is like lov ...
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STUDY OF THE MIND 1228
Author: Manas Reprints
Volume VIII, No. 34 August 24, 1955 STUDY OF THE MIND THE human mind can be regarded from at least three points of view. First of all, it is a power, or has distinctive powers of its own. Some of the distinctive powers of the mind, at any rate, are being investigated by researchers such ...
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