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THE GENESIS OF CHANGE 2596
Author: Manas Reprints
VOLUME XXVI, NO. 9 FEBRUARY 28, 1973 THE GENESIS OF CHANGE ONE of the lessons which the Gandhians learned during the early stages of their work in the Indian villages was that little or nothing could be accomplished, at the beginning, in behalf of longterm planning. Their object was the ...
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LINE AND CIRCLE 2594
Author: Manas Reprints
VOLUME XXXI, NO. 8 FEBRUARY 22, 1978 LINE AND CIRCLE WHEN a great wave breaks on the sandy incline of a shore, all that marshalled strength shatters into countless foamy fragments. The wave has lost its familiar, undulating unity, returning to the sea, which is itself. The watcher knows ...
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OUR PART-TIME FREEDOM 2593
Author: Manas Reprints
VOLUME XIII, NO. 8 FEBRUARY 24, 1960 OUR PART-TIME FREEDOM THE chief difficulty of the modern individual is to be able to believe in what he does. He is surrounded by situations and processes which he cannot respect, but in which he must in some sense participate, and while he may be abl ...
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A COURSE WE CANNOT FORESEE 2590
Author: Manas Reprints
VOLUME XXVIII, NO. 8 FEBRUARY 19, 1975 A COURSE WE CANNOT FORESEE WHERE shall we draw the line which separates modern man from those earlier humans who found it both natural and good to be instructed in their obligations by an authority more experienced and wiser than themselves? The que ...
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A COURSE WE CANNOT FORESEE 2590
Author: Manas Reprints
VOLUME XXVIII, NO. 8 FEBRUARY 19, 1975 A COURSE WE CANNOT FORESEE WHERE shall we draw the line which separates modern man from those earlier humans who found it both natural and good to be instructed in their obligations by an authority more experienced and wiser than themselves? The que ...
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WHAT DETERMINES OUR DECISIONS? 2590
Author: Manas Reprints
VOLUME XL, NO. 5 FEBRUARY 4, 1987 WHAT DETERMINES OUR DECISIONS? WHAT is the "good life"? Would most people say in reply that the good life is both comfortable and fulfilling? Socrates, doubtless, would have disagreed. The good life, he would have said, means living a life of doing what ...
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SOME UNOFFICIAL THOUGHTS 2589
Author: Manas Reprints
VOLUME XXII, NO. 7 FEBRUARY 12, 1969 SOME UNOFFICIAL THOUGHTS FOR the past several hundred years, men of major talent and conspicuous intellectual ability have devoted their energies to collecting knowledge about the physical or natural world. The justifications for this engrossing proje ...
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PROGRESS AND DECLINE 2588
Author: Manas Reprints
VOLUME IV, NO. 9 FEBRUARY 28, 1951 PROGRESS AND DECLINE WE don't throw people to the lions any more. An ordinary man who has the misfortune to annoy an absolute monarch can no longer be imprisoned and held incommunicado for the rest of his life. Duels to settle private feuds are not perm ...
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DILEMMAS OF THE HOLISTS 2584
Author: Manas Reprints
VOLUME XVII, NO. 7 FEBRUARY 12, 1964 DILEMMAS OF THE HOLISTS HERE, "holist" is intended to mean anyone whose primary effort is to see things whole—to omit from his thinking no important factor bearing on the meaning of the human situation. The conscious attempt to pursue holistic thinkin ...
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THE RENAISSANCE: ACT II 2584
Author: Manas Reprints
VOLUME XI, NO. 9 FEBRUARY 26, 1958 THE RENAISSANCE: ACT II THE inspiration of the European Renaissance was philosophical and moral. It was other things besides, but first it was philosophical and moral. It constituted, as is so often said, the Rediscovery of Man. While the Renaissance ha ...
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