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SCIENCE AND MORALS 11740
Author: Manas Reprints
VOLUME IX, NO. 46 NOVEMBER 14, 1956 SCIENCE AND MORALS IN the as yet unsettled contest between s ... cience and religion for final authority over human decision, the most familiar claim ... of the opponents of science is that science is incompete ... f soul to body, and so on. For example, Dr. Julian Huxley, a scientist for whom we have the greatest respect, ... g the dangers of "group opinion." Both Lao-tze and Thomas Jefferson held that the best government is the gov ...
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A CUMULATIVE FORCE 11740
Author: Manas Reprints
VOLUME XXXVIII, NO. 43 OCTOBER 23, 1985 A CUMULATIVE FORCE THE question of whether, after a man ... dies, he will live again in some other form has never been ... settled. While assumptions regarding the immortality of the so ... the progress of science, reinforced by Darwin and Huxley, generated an orthodoxy of materialism whose spokes ... s of religious belief. One thinks here of men like Thomas Paine, and later Robert Ingersoll. By the first ha ...
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CONSCIENCE AND THE MAN 11624
Author: Manas Reprints
VOLUME XXI, NO. 32 AUGUST 7, 1968 CONSCIENCE AND THE MAN IT is natural enough, in a culture whic ... h habitually restricts its investigations of good and ... evil to social situations and confrontations, that discussions of "conscience" should deal almost e ... interests himself in the issue of ethics as set by Thomas Huxley in his distinguished lecture, Evolution and ... ilosophers"). One might even deduce this view from Huxley, since he denies an inspiration for human morality ...
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THE QUESTION OF IDENTITY 11545
Author: Manas Reprints
VOLUME XXIII, NO. 24 JUNE 17, 1970 THE QUESTION OF IDENTITY THAT the energies behind the modern ... s beyond debate. In about a quarter of a century, the polarity of driving human inquiry has reversed; q ... uestions which fall under the generic heading, "What is man?", ... rs of the drug culture—men like Alan Watts, Aldous Huxley, Gary Snyder—have been men of great cultivation who ... entury. Its chief exponent in Blake's lifetime was Thomas Taylor, and Kathleen Raine shows that Blake read a ...
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THE MEANINGS OF WORDS 11392
Author: Manas Reprints
VOLUME XV, NO. 18 MAY 2, 1962 THE MEANINGS OF WORDS SINCE the discussion of "What Can Be Done wi ... th Words" (in MANAS for Feb. 21) we have had some let ... ters on the subject of communication. One of these was from H ... (or rather his soul or mind) did not exist. T. H. Huxley, who had a happy talent for analogy, proposed that ... lies— replies which are of great credit to General Thomas D. White, retired Air Force Chief of Staff, and Ge ...
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A SMALL AMOUNT OF TRUTH 11371
Author: Manas Reprints
VOLUME XXII, NO. 6 FEBRUARY 5, 1969 A SMALL AMOUNT OF TRUTH WE are far better critics of poor an ... d failing ideals in human life than we are formulators of good ones. Fai ... lure brings breakdown and pain, neither of which is difficult to identify. Anyone can po ... g species except man alone. "Man," says Sir Julian Huxley, "has now become the sole representative of life in ... izirao; Volume XXII, No. 6 The American professor, Thomas J. Butler, asked how he got his manuscripts out of ...
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DAYS OF THE ICONOCLASTS 11276
Author: Manas Reprints
VOLUME III, NO. 29 JULY 19, 1950 DAYS OF THE ICONOCLASTS SINCE the days of Darwin and Huxley, an ... d, more recently, the days of Ibsen and Freud, the iconoclasts have bee ... n busy smashing idols, instructing us in the "realities" of hum ... l thinkers who were rationalists at heart—men like Thomas Aquinas—felt that reason must work its way to a co ...
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INSTRUCTIONS FOR HUMAN BEINGS 10929
Author: Manas Reprints
VOLUME XXXIV, NO. 9 MARCH 4, 1981 INSTRUCTIONS FOR HUMAN BEINGS AS a human enterprise, science i ... s many things. For the scientist, it is accumulation of know ... ledge of how the world works. For the industrialist and the b ... difficulty. Darwin's great colleague and champion, Thomas Huxley, was wholly unable to make these biological ...
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