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PHILOSOPHY IN ACTION 2529
Author: Manas Reprints
VOLUME XXV, NO. 9 MARCH 1, 1972 PHILOSOPHY IN ACTION SINCE the intervention of India has brought an end to the horrors suffered by the people of East Bengal, now Bangladesh, an interlude of peace and reconstruction may be hoped for in that painwracked land. Yet it was only a little more ...
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STATE OF THE NATION 2526
Author: Manas Reprints
VOLUME XV, NO. 36 SEPTEMBER 5, 1962 STATE OF THE NATION TO set the stage for the discussion implied by our title, we have two groups of quotations, one from Supreme Court Justice William O. Douglas, the other from John W. Aldridge, author and professor of English literature. The expressi ...
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A MORAL OR TWO 2525
Author: Manas Reprints
VOLUME XXXIV, NO. 25-34 JUNE 24, 1981 A MORAL OR TWO WE live in an age when the multiplying products designed to save us time and effort have become the enemy of the versatility and resourcefulness of human beings. To be "social"—that is, to take part in conventional activities such as h ...
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GREAT REFORMERS: LAO TZE 2513
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VOLUME I, NO. 25 JUNE 23, 1948 GREAT REFORMERS: LAO TZE IT is perhaps inaccurate to call Lao Tze a “great reformer,” for, so far as the historical record goes, there is no evidence that he reformed much of anything, except, possibly, himself, and of this we have only the implication of h ...
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WHAT HAS GANDHI TO SAY TO US? 2511
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VOLUME XXII, NO. 20 MAY 14, 1969 WHAT HAS GANDHI TO SAY TO US? [This article is the text of a talk given by Horace G. Alexander at a Gandhi Commemoration Meeting held at Friends House in London, in March of this year. Quaker concern for the Indian independence movement began as long ago ...
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GANDHI- FROM WEST TO EAST 2511
Author: Manas Reprints
VOLUME XXXVIII, NO. 44 OCTOBER 30, 1985 GANDHI—FROM WEST TO EAST [This article is reprinted from the Indian journal, Gandhi Marg, by permission of the author, Detlef Kantowsky.] I WISH to share some personal thoughts on the relevance of Gandhi today, by briefly discussing the following f ...
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THE LONG WAIT 2510
Author: Manas Reprints
VOLUME XXIII, NO. 7 FEBRUARY 18, 1970 THE LONG WAIT SIMPLY by looking up words like Chiliasm and Millennium and Eschatology, one can learn how extensively human hopes have been involved in finding out what is the governing force or principle in human life. Getting some answers along thes ...
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AN ARTICLE, A BOOK 2505
Author: Manas Reprints
VOLUME XL, NO. 12 MARCH 25, 1987 AN ARTICLE, A BOOK UNTIL quite recently, we who live in the industrialized societies have felt and believed that ours is a world in progress—confronted, of course, by what we term "problems" but overcoming them, one by one. But during, say, the past twent ...
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QUESTIONS ABOUT AMERICA 2505
Author: Manas Reprints
VOLUME VII, NO. 7 FEBRUARY 17, 1954 QUESTIONS ABOUT AMERICA GANDHI'S greatest contribution, so far as the West is concerned, is perhaps the "leverage" his program provides for discussion of what changes might be possible and desirable for other parts of the world. Without Gandhi, certain ...
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A LONG, LONG TIME 2500
Author: Manas Reprints
VOLUME III, NO. 44 NOVEMBER 1, 1950 A LONG, LONG TIME THE present may be defined as a period in history when the rigid framework of old institutions frustrates the natural social evolution of the peoples of the world. The emerging sensitivities of the time are all but smothered by the de ...
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