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AN INDIAN WISDOM 4414
Author: Manas Reprints
VOLUME XVIII, NO. 50 DECEMBER 15, 1965 AN INDIAN WISDOM WHAT needs to be understood, whenever the term "revolution" is used, is the depth of the overturning. We have, for example, the expression "palace revolution" to describe exchanges of power that leave undisturbed the basic human rel ...
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THE TWO STRUGGLES 4412
Author: Manas Reprints
VOLUME XVIII, NO. 48 DECEMBER 1, 1965 THE TWO STRUGGLES THE extent to which we try—righteously, persistently, ruthlessly—to turn the two great struggles of human life into a single contest may be the measure of our unexplained difficulties and continual self-defeats. The fact of the two ...
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A RELIEVING THOUGHT 4411
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VOLUME XXIX, NO. 49 DECEMBER 8, 1976 A RELIEVING THOUGHT IN these times of grimy little disasters, coming rapidly one after another to make misfortune seem a matter of daily routine, finding relief becomes a task requiring exertion. The situation is much as Robert Heilbroner described it ...
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SCIENCE AND MYTH 4394
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VOLUME XXV, NO. 51 DECEMBER 20, 1972 SCIENCE AND MYTH IN his introduction to the Larousse Encyclopedia of Mythology, Robert Graves begins: "Mythology is the study of whatever religious or heroic legends are so foreign to a student's experience that he cannot believe them to be true." And ...
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WHAT PRICE "COMMUNICATIONS"? 4381
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VOLUME XXII, NO. 50 DECEMBER 10, 1969 WHAT PRICE "COMMUNICATI0NS"? THERE is a natural tendency in men to develop theories of life and meaning which emphasize their own abilities. A mathematician, for example, is inclined to suspect that the important secrets of the universe will finally ...
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THE FORM OF HUMAN LIFE 4379
Author: Manas Reprints
VOLUME IX, NO. 51 DECEMBER 19, 1956 THE FORM OF HUMAN LIFE SOME triteness attaches to the statement that human beings invariably seek some form of "selfrealization" in their lives, yet no other generalization serves so well to convey the motive which creates the form of human existence. ...
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RADICALS AND DOCTORS 4375
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VOLUME XIII, NO. 49 DECEMBER 7, 1960 RADICALS AND DOCTORS WHATEVER happens with the Cuban Revolution during the next several months, the people of the United States are not going to be able to ignore it. Americans will want to know what is going on in Cuba for at least two reasons. First ...
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THE POWER BY WHICH MEN LIVE 4368
Author: Manas Reprints
VOLUME XXXIV, NO. 50 DECEMBER 16, 1981 THE POWER BY WHICH MEN LIVE THE present is a time when Psychology—whether or not it can be called a "science"—affords more light on the human situation than any other branch of inquiry. One reason for this is that psychology represents the area to w ...
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INTANGIBLE REQUIREMENTS 4365
Author: Manas Reprints
VOLUME XXXI, NO. 49 DECEMBER 6, 1978 INTANGIBLE REQUIREMENTS DRIVING through the wide-open spaces which separate one California city from another can be an exhilarating experience—the valleys, mountains, and deserts (not many rivers) are a delight to the eye, and they go on and on—but it ...
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THE GREAT INTERRUPTION 4364
Author: Manas Reprints
VOLUME XI, NO. 50 DECEMBER 10, 1958 THE GREAT INTERRUPTION WITH only a few exceptions, ancient philosophers were content to assume a direct relationship between the reasonable and the actual. In their wonderings and speculations about the nature of the universe, they saw nothing wrong in ...
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