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PLATEAU OF UNDERSTANDING 12629
Author: Manas Reprints
VOLUME XXIII, NO. 50 DECEMBER 16, 1970 PLATEAU OF UNDERSTANDING THE critical self-consciousness ... of modern thought is now well established. One need think only ... of such books as Floyd Matson's The Broken Image, Michael ... deas have any importance—who are convinced, as was Thomas Huxley, that thought is an "epi-phenomenon," a mer ...
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WHAT MAN HAS THOUGHT OF MAN 12589
Author: Manas Reprints
VOLUME I, NO. 29 JULY 21, 1948 WHAT MAN HAS THOUGHT OF MAN THIS article will contend for the ide ... a that what men think about other men is more important ... than what they do to other men, for the reason that w ... gy. 20, 1927.) FRONTIERS THE ANCESTORS OF MAN WHEN Thomas Huxley, about eighty-five years ago, published som ... lemics on the side. A thoughtful comment by Julian Huxley, eminent zoologist and grandson of Thomas Huxley, s ...
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THE EXTENDED VISION 12452
Author: Manas Reprints
VOLUME XI, NO. 30 JULY 23, 1958 THE EXTENDED VISION IT used to be that a human being could work ... out his own salvation with a fairly clear conscience. He ... didn't have to load his back with the problems of the world ... girls in high school are taught something of what Thomas Paine, Thomas Jefferson, John Locke, and others of ... e then assembled other quotations, one from Aldous Huxley, and one from Fairfield Osborn, President of the Ne ...
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ONE KIND OF CHANGE 12422
Author: Manas Reprints
VOLUME XXXIV, NO. 21 MAY 27, 1981 ONE KIND OF CHANGE THERE are so many changes, these days, in t ... he way that people think and feel that it has become easy—an ... d therefore conventional—to speak of the great "transit ... se, aided by his expert controversialist champion, Thomas H. Huxley, won the argument, and generation after ...
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DEATH AND REBIRTH 12319
Author: Manas Reprints
VOLUME III, NO. 28 JULY 12, 1950 DEATH AND REBIRTH IT is difficult for most people to be intelli ... gent about death for the reason that death is commonly regarded as ... the end of intelligence. This is true not only of mat ... nkeys on all their backs. Parts are reminiscent of Thomas Wolfe in mood—and even in MANAS Reprint July 12, 1 ... misguided, leading to unexpected disasters. Julian Huxley, the eminent zoolologist, has called attention to t ...
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INDUSTRIAL SOCIETY 12299
Author: Manas Reprints
VOLUME XIX, NO. 39 SEPTEMBER 28, 1966 INDUSTRIAL SOCIETY WHAT can be said about Industrial Socie ... ty from the Christian point of view, assuming that such a poi ... rn industry arose only in Western Europe and only when Western Europe had ceased to be Christian in all ... ss we follow the advice so frequently given by St. Thomas Aquinas: "Distinguish!" What is there to be distin ... sibilities. "What are people for?" asks Sir Julian Huxley, and suggests that most of them are for nothing. "I ...
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BLURRES IMAGES OF MAN 12183
Author: Manas Reprints
VOLUME XIV, NO. 12 MARCH 22, 1961 BLURRED IMAGES OF MAN HARDLY a human being goes through life w ... ithout at some time feeling that he has in him a speci ... al quality or essence which sets him off from everyone else. This sense of ... At this point, and for a conclusion, we quote from Thomas Huxley, who invented the term "agnostic" to descri ...
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THE POLITICS OF VISION 12104
Author: Manas Reprints
VOLUME XIX, NO. 16 APRIL 20, 1966 THE POLITICS OF VISION ANY useful discussion of the politics o ... f vision, today, will have to be mainly concerned with its frustration and ... decline. It is obvious that the politics of vision needs a new start. It is ... of a progressive science fostered by education. As Thomas Paine said, "the moral principle of revolution is ... ectual discipline, and notable originality. Aldous Huxley, of course, may be regarded as an exception to this ...
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MINDS SEEKING FREEDOM 12088
Author: Manas Reprints
VOLUME XXXVI, NO. 2 JANUARY 12, 1983 MINDS SEEKING FREEDOM HEGEL'S rule, "The owl of Minerva doe ... s not rise until the sun of Empire has set," has clear application to ... our time. It means that an interlude of troubles leads to serious thinki ... with emotional bias. In these circumstances T. H. Huxley, Ernst Haeckel and all the most able advocates of t ... finding parallels between the Italian dictator and Thomas Jefferson (his work on this subject, Stock remarks ...
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PSYCHIATRISTS AND WAR 11972
Author: Manas Reprints
VOLUME XVIII, NO. 31 AUGUST 4, 1965 PSYCHIATRISTS AND WAR TO begin, St. Exupéry said that "if we ... merely recite the horrors of war, we will never prevail against war ... ." Rather, he suggests, we must try to understand "why it ... einbeck, Richard H. Rovere, Karl Menninger, Aldous Huxley, Harry Ashmore, and Joseph Wood Krutch. Introductor ... rd "socialism," until the present (of, say, Norman Thomas)—has embodied a preponderance of the humanitarian ...
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