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Author: Manas Reprints
VOLUME VI, NO. 16 APRIL 22, 1953 CULTURE AND HUMAN GREATNESS WHEN it comes to examining our civi ... e fact that the voters approved the Two Party System. The election results must have been disappointing ... on has declared itself against Communism in any form. MANAS Reprint CENTRAL EUROPEAN CORRESPONDENT April ... pon educational leaders. Take either John Dewey or Robert Hutchins, for example. Dr. Hutchins is sometimes c ... - [detail] - [similar]
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VOLUME V, NO. 44 OCTOBER 29, 1952 A NEW ENLIGHTENMENT ? TO speak, these days, of the hope of "En ... rence points for this new critical perspective are Robert M. Hutchins and Ortega y Gasset. The latter, in To ... eading a lecture of the physiologist Loeb on tropism. The tropism is a concept which has been invoked to ... ve been others, no doubt, but these three, Ortega, Hutchins, and Dixon—men of strikingly different background— ... which there are no correct solutions to any problem. Perhaps every act we make must turn out to be wron ... - [detail] - [similar]
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VOLUME XXIV, NO. 24 JUNE 16, 1971 THE "MANAGING" COMPLEX THE great books of the world have all b ... nation to live in a way that seems desirable to them. The invention of machines was after all the result ... t that he undertook this adventure with only one arm. Did Thoreau write about the Merrimac and Concord r ... he latter are works by A. H. Maslow, Henry Miller, Robert M. Hutchins, Milton Mayer, E. F. Schumacher, Arthu ... - [detail] - [similar]
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VOLUME XXXIX, NO. 44 OCTOBER 29, 1986 CONTRASTING WORLD VIEWS WE turned, recently, to a resource ... also had to overcome the suspicion we had of heroism. I know, you think that heroism is alien to us. You ... in human beings, no matter whatever else was in them. And like all these great predecessors, he spoke to ... professor, and aide to his close friend, President Robert M. Hutchins. He worked for a time for Associated P ... " Back in the days when he was assistant to Robert Hutchins, president of the University of Chicago, Mayer wrot ... - [detail] - [similar]
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VOLUME X, NO. 20 MAY 15, 1957 CAPACITY FOR GOOD AND EVIL THE leading article in MANAS for Feb. 6 ... the more exquisite the feelings which identify them. Pain, then, would be a report of disharmony in tho ... wholly alien to the environment which produced them. The fact is that every theory of human nature whic ... n like Stringfellow Barr, Alexander Meiklejohn and Robert M. Hutchins, they will carry this atmosphere where ... - [detail] - [similar]
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VOLUME XXXIV, NO. 24 JUNE 17, 1981 NOTES ON LANGUAGE IN his essay in the Winter 1980-81 Hudson R ... r terms more suited to describe comment or criticism. Years ago a similar expression, "turned on," becam ... m; To treat man as he ought to be, is to engrace him. Nietzsche, explaining what he meant by "God is dea ... roposals, in an essay by a respected humanist like Robert M. Hutchins, or in an excellent text such as The C ... - [detail] - [similar]
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VOLUME XII, NO. 9 MARCH 4, 1959 WHAT IS VIRTUE? AS man-made satellites move around the Earth and ... a person makes to each situation that confronts him. If this orientation is built into human nature, so ... essential ingredient of virtue—you do not trust him. Our present concern does not require us to analyze ... e mined eventually for the benefit of all nations. Robert Hutchins, in an interview in New York on Jan. 16, ... to a sane society. The crux of the matter, to Dr. Hutchins, is our present inability to comprehend that the qu ... - [detail] - [similar]
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VOLUME XXVII, NO. 43 OCTOBER 23, 1974 THE USES OF LANGUAGE THE failure of human beings to unders ... r example. It is also guilty of the most self-esteem. The language of literature is left splendidly ambi ... the two together—or, rather, does not separate them. There is, somehow or other, continual interchange ... years. Another distinguished educator of our time, Robert M. Hutchins, Prof. Redefer says, "has given up ref ... - [detail] - [similar]
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VOLUME XXXVIII, NO. 40 OCTOBER 2, 1985 THE RESEARCH HAS BEEN DONE WITH the coming of virtually i ... the doctors to wash their hands they laughed at him. What could this Hungarian Jew teach proud Viennese ... and the Upanishads, and among modern writers read Robert M. Hutchins, Arthur Morgan, and John Holt. Regular ... ated or featured, that feature will break the system. The pattern is clear. It creeps up on us. First th ... - [detail] - [similar]
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VOLUME X, NO. 1 JANUARY 2, 1957 ARTICULATE ASIA WITH mixed motives, varying skills, and much ent ... ms of synthesis and adjustment which lie before them. Although of an earlier epoch, Sun Yat Sen might be ... n," the revolution against violence inaugurated by M. K. Gandhi, may have to be added as a profoundly mo ... nds their fullest scope. Echoing the sentiments of Robert M. Hutchins, Stringfellow Barr, and Jacques Barzun ... - [detail] - [similar]
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