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THE CULT OF YOUTH 3904
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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WHAT WE HAVE TO WORK WITH 3903
Author: Manas Reprints
VOLUME XXXI, NO. 18 MAY 3, 1978 WHAT WE HAVE TO WORK WITH THAT the truth is mighty and will prevail, and that possession of it makes men free—these are old sayings, yet so widely repeated and so deeply believed that they may be said to lie at the heart of the hopes of modern man. Our fre ...
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THE LOST DIGNITY OF MAN 3883
Author: Manas Reprints
VOLUME XXXIX, NO. 14 APRIL 2, 1986 THE LOST DIGNITY OF MAN IF we go back about a hundred years in our intellectual history, we encounter the forces which were then generating the certainties of the first half of the twentieth century, but also may recognize the seeds of the growing uncer ...
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THE INDIVIDUAL AND SOCIETY: AGAIN 3875
Author: Manas Reprints
VOLUME XVII, NO. 41 OCTOBER 7, 1964 THE INDIVIDUAL AND SOCIETY: AGAIN NO phrase better characterizes the ferment of questioning about human problems, today, than this one. It suggests dozens of wondering inquiries, and at the same time a dearth of conclusions. Unfortunately, most of the ...
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THE OBLIGATIONS OF SCHOOLS 3873
Author: Manas Reprints
VOLUME XXIII, NO. 9 MARCH 4, 1970 THE OBLIGATIONS OF SCHOOLS IT is clear enough that the new educational enterprises which are springing up around the country—especially those for small children—are coming into focus on the basis of ethical ideas. These ideas often seem more corrective t ...
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WE SEE WHAT WE ARE 3867
Author: Manas Reprints
VOLUME XXXIII, NO. 16 APRIL 16, 1980 WE SEE WHAT WE ARE HOW do we know? The question is too big, of course. There are so many things to know and so many ways of knowing. Yet the importance of the general question cannot be denied. What we do in our schools and colleges—and how we attempt ...
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WHO AND WHAT WE ARE 3850
Author: Manas Reprints
VOLUME XXXIX, NO. 8 FEBRUARY 19, 1986 WHO AND WHAT WE ARE HOW does historical change come about? We seem, today, on the verge of a great alteration in human attitudes, yet the socio-political structures inherited from the past are at the same time imposing in their apparent strength; and ...
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THE SERVICES OF HISTORY 3848
Author: Manas Reprints
VOLUME XXII, NO. 35 AUGUST 27, 1969 THE SERVICES OF HISTORY WE owe a great deal to the historians. Through them we obtain definite ideas about where we have come from and are able to enrich our feelings of who we are. The familiar and comfortable sort of identity is, after all, largely a ...
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THE ALWAYS PERTINENT QUESTION 3844
Author: Manas Reprints
VOLUME XXXV, NO. 50 DECEMBER 15, 1982 THE ALWAYS PERTINENT QUESTION WHAT is the mind? The question, here, is no academic inquiry but a response to the wonder of what some people say about what they see. No mechanist explanation can apply. The ranges of imagination are not duplicated from ...
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THE GROUND OF JUDGMENT 3842
Author: Manas Reprints
VOLUME XXXIII, NO. 2 JANUARY 9, 1980 THE GROUND OF JUDGMENT WHAT would happen to society—what would happen to our own social and personal relations— if everyone stopped making moral judgments about other people? This question imposes an immeasurable demand on the imagination. It does not ...
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