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THE BIG QUESTION 1764
Author: Manas Reprints
VOLUME XIII, NO. 38 SEPTEMBER 21, 1960 THE BIG QUESTION THE question which a reader, in a letter, calls the "big question" is not asked by everyone, nor, when asked, is it always regarded as "big," but it is the question to which all human knowledge of religion and philosophy can be trac ...
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A TENDER HOPE 1762
Author: Manas Reprints
VOLUME XVII, NO. 39 SEPTEMBER 23, 1964 A TENDER HOPE NOT far-beneath the surface of a great deal of contemporary expression are to be discerned the protean symptoms of a deep-seated longing— often put in guarded terms of expectation or anticipation—for radical changes in the affairs of m ...
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ART AND TRANSCENDENCE 1760
Author: Manas Reprints
VOLUME XXI, NO. 37 SEPTEMBER 11, 1968 ART AND TRANSCENDENCE A MAN can learn from a work of art to give up his harsh impatience with human limitation. It isn't that limitation becomes acceptable, or something you are content with, but that good art illustrates the uses and necessities of ...
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MASLOW'S LEGACY 1755
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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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IN HONOR OF MAN 1754
Author: Manas Reprints
VOLUME VI, NO. 38 SEPTEMBER 23, 1953 IN HONOR OF MAN THE attempt to get at the meaning of Buddhism, or what Gautama taught, should hold a particular attraction for the thoughtful Westerner. In the first place, Buddhism, although a religion with doctrines, is not essentially a "doctrinal" ...
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THE FAR HORIZON 1753
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VOLUME XXIV, NO. 38 SEPTEMBER 22, 1971 THE FAR HORIZON THE unending flow of books dealing with the horror, stupidity, and immorality of war makes it reasonable to ask whether the anti-war movement may be a narrowly confined expression of an even deeper change in the human spirit. Except ...
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PROBLEMS OF RECONCILIATION 1753
Author: Manas Reprints
VOLUME XVI, NO. 36 SEPTEMBER 4, 1963 PROBLEMS OF RECONCILIATION RECONCILIATION has two general meanings in common usage. Reconciliation is an objective of peacemaking, when there is conflict between individuals, groups, or nations. Then there is the meaning of resolving the contradiction ...
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QUESTIONS TO BE ANSWERED 1751
Author: Manas Reprints
VOLUME XL, NO. 39 SEPTEMBER 30, 1987 QUESTIONS TO BE ANSWERED THE permissive character of the times has brought into present currency a vast amount of past literature, ignored for years because of its philosophical breadth and acceptance of ideas which have until lately been ruled out of ...
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SOMETIMES WE THINK 1751
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VOLUME XXXI, NO. 38 SEPTEMBER 30, 1978 SOMETIMES WE THINK SOME fifty years ago, in his column in the New York World, Harry Hansen found occasion to remark: "Many people go to China every year and notice only that the natives are dirty and eat a lot of rice." This seems an adequate answer ...
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THE CHANGING WORLD 1750
Author: Manas Reprints
VOLUME III, NO. 38 SEPTEMBER 20, 1950 THE CHANGING WORLD THERE is a sense, of course, in which nothing ever changes—in which the human situation, while never static, always reveals the same essential elements of conflict and struggle, the same moral issues and the same transcendent goals ...
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