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THE PRIORITY OF MIND 1044
Author: Manas Reprints
VOLUME XXXIV, NO. 13 APRIL 1, 1981 THE PRIORITY OF MIND IT seems a major irony of human existence— which has for its defining characteristic the search for knowledge—that the more we know, or believe that we know, the less relation there is between our knowledge and immediate experience. ...
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THE NEW WONDER-SEEKING 1044
Author: Manas Reprints
Volume IV, No. 1 January 3, 1951 THE NEW WONDER-SEEKING IT is not surprising, in these days of troubled uncertainty, to find a growing interest in the bizarre and clearly "un-American" subject of Yoga. Books sales, library reports, as well as the hearsay of campus bull-sessions and simil ...
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A CHANGE OF MIND 1043
Author: Manas Reprints
VOLUME XXVI, NO. 50 DECEMBER 12, 1973 A CHANGE OF MIND THE heaped up practical disasters of the time are ample cause for shadowed wondering, but modern man has also been confronted by psychological problems and questions which exacerbate all his other troubles. Perhaps these inner diffic ...
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THE USES OF LANGUAGE 1042
Author: Manas Reprints
VOLUME XXVII, NO. 43 OCTOBER 23, 1974 THE USES OF LANGUAGE THE failure of human beings to understand one another is explained in Genesis as divinely instituted, an "act of God" intended to inhibit the collaboration of men in building a tower to reach to heaven, this being a brash technol ...
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WHAT WE HAVE TO WORK WITH 1041
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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IDEAS AND BELIEFS 1041
Author: Manas Reprints
VOLUME XXX, NO. 24 JUNE 15, 1977 IDEAS AND BELIEFS PERIODICALLY, the pride men take in their intellectual triumphs is made to suffer a distinct and humbling fall. At present, the entire cycle of "rationalist" progress is being called into question, although in a mood quite different from ...
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UNSETTLES QUESTIONS 1040
Author: Manas Reprints
VOLUME XI, NO. 10 MARCH 5, 1958 UNSETTLED QUESTIONS THE relation of the individual to society involves at once the most pressing problems and the most fascinating mysteries of our time. This relation has created all the essential ideological conflicts of the day—essential, that is, befor ...
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THE FUTURE OF AMERICAN EDUCATION 1039
Author: Manas Reprints
VOLUME XXII, NO. 16 APRIL 16, 1969 THE FUTURE OF AMERICAN EDUCATION [This paper is by Robert Hutchins, President of the Center for the Study of Democratic Institutions, Santa Barbara, California. It was written early in 1968 in response to a request for a brief statement of his views on ...
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POETS AND COLLECTORS 1039
Author: Manas Reprints
VOLUME XXXVI, NO. 15 APRIL 13, 1983 POETS AND COLLECTORS WHILE books, we are periodically reminded, are not the way, the truth, and the light, the decline in reading, celebrated a few years ago by Marshall McLuhan, and now mourned with what seems great point by Neil Postman, makes occasi ...
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TWO GENERAL OUTLOOKS 1037
Author: Manas Reprints
VOLUME XXXV, NO. 1 JANUARY 6, 1982 TWO GENERAL OUTLOOKS THE project of understanding has three major areas—understanding ourselves, understanding the world, and understanding people. No doubt there is a sense in which the three fields are one, but we need to inquire into them as separate ...
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