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A SMALL AMOUNT OF TRUTH 2427
Author: Manas Reprints
VOLUME XXII, NO. 6 FEBRUARY 5, 1969 A SMALL AMOUNT OF TRUTH WE are far better critics of poor and failing ideals in human life than we are formulators of good ones. Failure brings breakdown and pain, neither of which is difficult to identify. Anyone can point to the gross evidence of hum ...
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A SLOW RECOVERY 2422
Author: Manas Reprints
VOLUME XL, NO. 8 FEBRUARY 25, 1987 A SLOW RECOVERY WE owe much to Alfred North Whitehead, perhaps most of all to his thoughtful definitions of philosophy, one of which appears at the beginning of his essay, Nature and Life, published in 1934 by the University of Chicago Press. He said: E ...
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THOREAU'S INSTRUCTIONS 2421
Author: Manas Reprints
VOLUME XL, NO. 7 FEBRUARY 18, 1987 THOREAU'S INSTRUCTIONS HENRY DAVID THOREAU is a hard man to follow. Everyone who has read him and about him knows this. Since he did not marry, he had no heavy obligations. Since he had no earthly ambitions, he was driven by no external objectives. He s ...
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FROM PROFESSION TO PASSION 2420
Author: Manas Reprints
VOLUME XXXVIII, NO. 8 FEBRUARY 20, 1985 FROM PROFESSION TO PASSION WHAT was once the great promise of our civilization, but has turned into bondage, is the discovery, followed by the practice, of specialization. The promise lay in the achievements of a few exceptional men of the stature ...
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A NEW KIND OF RATIONALIZATION 2420
Author: Manas Reprints
VOLUME XIX, NO. 5 FEBRUARY 2, 1966 A NEW KIND OF RATIONALIZATION THE rationalizing capacity of the human mind is so completely the arbiter of our values, our ideas about good and evil and about progress, that simply to acknowledge this fact may seem too iconoclastic in its effects for us ...
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THE MIDDLE PATH 2419
Author: Manas Reprints
VOLUME XII, NO. 8 FEBRUARY 25, 1959 THE MIDDLE PATH ON the one hand, you have the counsels of perfection—the injunction of what Arnold Toynbee calls the "high religions" to live in the light of Eternity; and on the other are the experience tables of the statistical sociologists, the peop ...
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REQUIRED READING 2416
Author: Manas Reprints
VOLUME XXXVIII, NO. 9 FEBRUARY 27, 1985 REQUIRED READING THE books to which we return again and again— why do they ask for and obtain such attention? Books are written to inform, in one way or another. Required for a book is an observer and what he observes. In the books we read more tha ...
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ILL WITHOUT PRESCRIPTION 2415
Author: Manas Reprints
VOLUME XXIII, NO. 8 FEBRUARY 25, 1970 ILL WITHOUT PRESCRIPTION A SERIOUS inquiry into the role and influence of the arts in the United States ought to be preceded by a leisurely tour of the country. There was once a time when travelling across the continent assured rich diversity of visu ...
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DIVIDED AND DISTINGUISHED WORLDS 2415
Author: Manas Reprints
VOLUME XXVIII, NO. 6 FEBRUARY 5, 1975 DIVIDED AND DISTINGUISHED WORLDS HOW shall we get man back into the universe? The question may appear supremely ridiculous, since any discussion of the universe—of all nature and life—quite plainly depends on the humans who discuss it, and it is at l ...
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DIVIDED AND DISTINGUISHED WORLDS 2415
Author: Manas Reprints
VOLUME XXVIII, NO. 6 FEBRUARY 5, 1975 DIVIDED AND DISTINGUISHED WORLDS HOW shall we get man back into the universe? The question may appear supremely ridiculous, since any discussion of the universe—of all nature and life—quite plainly depends on the humans who discuss it, and it is at l ...
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