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Author: Manas Reprints
VOLUME V, NO. 4 JANUARY 23, 1952 THE LOGIC OF DISARMAMENT AMERICAN and European diplomats have f ... in armaments to the West, they will tend to use them. This was what brought on World War II: Germany was ... n of this century is that Man demands some such form. No Kaiser, a Hitler, then. Is it, perhaps, by some ... loped respect for the judgment of such citizens as Robert M. Hutchins, Pearl S. Buck and Albert Einstein wil ... - [detail] - [similar]
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VOLUME XIV, NO. 17 APRIL 26, 1961 THE ISSUES BEHIND THE ISSUE OCCASIONALLY MANAS receives a diss ... Daedalus of last year and now in print in book form. MANAS and other magazines, such as Liberation, Fel ... ould break free from the present descent toward doom. But this is because I am a pacifist, prenuclear an ... h century, sponsored and in large part inspired by Robert M. Hutchins, has not been, as some of the enthusia ... - [detail] - [similar]
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VOLUME VII, NO. 32 AUGUST 11, 1954 THE INTERNAL SOCIAL ORDER EDMUND WILSON'S To the Finland Stat ... attain its higher role of an organized human freedom. Krause sees in Masonry the instrument of moral edu ... old idealism, without its vulnerability to criticism. Even so, the deep metaphysical convictions of Krau ... rtega y Gasset wrote his Revolt of the Masses, and Robert M. Hutchins started an important phase of the grea ... identity only as the member of a mass of mankind. Hutchins, oddly accused of "authoritarian" Volume VII, No. 3 ... - [detail] - [similar]
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VOLUME XVII, NO. 24 JUNE 10,1964 WHICH THINGS ARE TRUE? THE confusion and lack of certainty in t ... tean program of "scientific socialism," or communism. The terrible events of the twentieth century have ... on of social responsibility, and visionary "idealism." The real world, it is said, is the world of brute ... arvey Wheeler. A brief introduction is supplied by Robert M. Hutchins, president of the Center: The United S ... - [detail] - [similar]
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VOLUME IV, NO. 22 MAY 30, 1951 THE HUMANE TEMPER To determine the causes of the decline of the h ... inating spirit that is still found in the works of Robert M. Hutchins, George Sarton, Joseph Wood Krutch, an ... "natural" occasion for the people to blow off steam. Baldwin speaks of the "semihysterical quality of s ... Then comes the period when all his women desert him. (This is quite unique for Michener's heroes, incid ... - [detail] - [similar]
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VOLUME XXXVIII, NO. 13 MARCH 27, 1985 WHERE RESPONSIBILITY LIES THE twentieth century, with only ... is no spiritual stirring. It is all cold materialism. One would like to feel that at least the people, t ... indispensable to the health and longevity of freedom. Such intelligence does not grow by bloating upon t ... headed by Mortimer J. Adler, long an associate of Robert M. Hutchins at the University of Chicago. Others i ... irst volume to Horace Mann, John Dewey, and Robert Hutchins, who, they say, "would have been our leaders were t ... - [detail] - [similar]
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VOLUME IV, NO. 14 APRIL 4, 1951 BEYOND GOOD AND EVIL IT is time we stopped selling the human rac ... to become far richer in a depression than in a boom. It is time we stopped selling human beings short, ... hat it too rarely furnishes the occasion for heroism. The hero in our moving picture is the maker of cha ... alling the bitter criticisms directed for years at Robert Hutchins of Chicago, by his colleagues in college ... for granting degrees in less than four full years. Hutchins, of course, was not at that time interested in mili ... - [detail] - [similar]
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VOLUME XIV, NO. 7 FEBRUARY 15, 1961 THE TIDE OF PEACE IT would be a great thing if a man could a ... r. Teggart never stopped thinking about this problem. Years later, during World War II, he published a p ... trine of struggle and violence inherent in Darwinism. With the coming of the twentieth century, the fash ... rators, including Marjorie Swann, mother of four. (Robert Swann, Marjorie's husband, is now under indictment ... obert Heilbroner, historian, of Harvard; Robert M. Hutchins, of the Fund for the Republic; S. I. Hayakawa, edit ... - [detail] - [similar]
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VOLUME XXI, NO. 12 MARCH 20, 1968 PATHS TO QUESTIONING IN a critical essay on Tolstoy, Lafcadio ... its ideal of objectivity. This is indeed the problem. "Objectivity" is for us the practical equivalent o ... ness to U.S. policies in the Middle East and Vietnam. The former subject was easier to handle. These pro ... (in the Winter 1968 issue of The Public Interest), Robert A. Nisbet, professor of sociology at the Universit ... hings, he manages some glancing blows at Robert M. Hutchins, of the Santa Barbara Center for the Study of Democ ... - [detail] - [similar]
Author: Manas Reprints
VOLUME I, NO. 22 JUNE 2, 1948 A BRIEF ACCOUNTING IT may seem round-about to go to Nagasaki for a ... ing up new rules only after we are sure we need them. Or, as the Kinsey Report implies, we are giving up ... es, instead of expecting the State to do it for them. The upshot, actually, of all this is that the peop ... for this reason that men like Arthur E. Morgan and Robert M. Hutchins are of such great importance to the fu ... the good life is a life founded on principle. Dr. Hutchins, as protagonist of the Great Books, contends for th ... - [detail] - [similar]
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