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OUR UNCERTAIN IDENTITY 1843
Author: Manas Reprints
VOLUME XXXIX, NO. 22 MAY 28, 1986 OUR UNCERTAIN IDENTITY AT some point in our lives we are likely to begin wondering why people have so much difficulty in understanding one another. Various explanations may be worked out, but the one most commonly reached is that they don't want to under ...
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ECCENTRIC MEMORIES 1841
Author: Manas Reprints
VOLUME X, NO. 22 MAY 29, 1957 ECCENTRIC MEMORIES NO one knows the population of the twilight world of believers in the impossible, the miraculous, and the "unscientific." All that we can be sure of is that it is very large. In 1919, Charles Fort published his astonishing volume, The Book ...
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MASLOW'S LEGACY 1840
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VOLUME XLI, NO. 39 SEPTEMBER 28, 1988 MASLOW'S LEGACY THE only critical thing we have been able to formulate regarding A. H. Maslow—directed at him and his judgment and not at the body of his work—is that he was too optimistic concerning the general influence of the discoveries which he ...
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THE IDEA OF SCIENCE 1837
Author: Manas Reprints
VOLUME XVIII, NO. 27 JULY 7, 1965 THE IDEA OF SCIENCE some This is commonly expressed by saying that science aims at knowledge that is certain. Albert Einstein, beyond doubt the most distinguished practitioner of science in the twentieth century, had this to say: The word certain in this ...
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EXISTENTIALISM: PHILOSOPHICAL ANTHROPOLOGY 1837
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VOLUME XXI, NO. 51 DECEMBER 18, 1968 EXISTENTIALISM: PHILOSOPHICAL ANTHROPOLOGY [This article is a condensation of a talk given by Peter Koestenbaum to the teachers of a California School District. Dr. Koestenbaum is professor of philosophy at San Jose State College, San Jose, Calif. The ...
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THE STUFF OF BECOMING 1835
Author: Manas Reprints
VOLUME XXII, NO. 51 DECEMBER 17, 1969 THE STUFF OF BECOMING GREAT truths about man and nature are not diminished in times of historical disaster and social disintegration, but they are likely to seem irrelevant. Fragmented men tend to accept only fragmented truth; there is nothing strang ...
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CAN WISDOM BE TAUGHT? 1832
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VOLUME XXXII, NO. 21 MAY 23, 1979 CAN WISDOM BE TAUGHT? [This article (in the form of a letter) is by a man who informs us that he is twenty-five years old, a sometime teacher, artist, and rock and roller. He has been reading MANAS, off and on, for about seven years. Some comment by the ...
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THE LANGUAGE OF THE INNER LIFE 1831
Author: Manas Reprints
VOLUME XIX, NO. 7 FEBRUARY 16, 1966 THE LANGUAGE OF THE INNER LIFE THERE are forms of thought which forever resist permanent exile from the expressions of human beings. If writers bemused by the "functionalism" of the scientific spirit refuse to use them, essayists and artists restore th ...
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THE "WHY" FOR EXISTENCE 1820
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VOLUME XXIII, NO. 11 MARCH 18, 1970 THE "WHY" FOR EXISTENCE WE owe to Erich Fromm the conception of the "therapeutic leap," which he first developed in an article, "Man Is Not a Thing," contributed to the Saturday Review in 1957. Essentially, the idea is that the person who is troubled b ...
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THE SERVICES OF JOHN LOCKE 1816
Author: Manas Reprints
VOLUME XX, NO. 38 SEPTEMBER 20, 1967 THE SERVICES OF JOHN LOCKE WHY would a man of the twentieth century be interested in reading John Locke? That some people are interested in reading Locke, or about him, is clear enough, since Dover this year brought out a new edition of D. J. O'Connor ...
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