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WHAT DO PEOPLE THINK? 10000
Author: Manas Reprints
VOLUME II, NO. 47 NOVEMBER 23, 1949 WHAT DO PEOPLE THINK? THE people who write and speak about what is going on in the world are few; those who don't, many. This vast, voiceless core of humanity, sometimes called the Masses, often symbolized by the phrase, the Common Man, needs an interp ...
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THE GOOD IN MAN 6329
Author: Manas Reprints
VOLUME V, NO. 3 JANUARY 16, 1952 THE GOOD IN MAN THOSE who find the world badly in need of changing, and have some definite ideas on how it should be done, are often susceptible to a peculiar sort of uneasiness. It might be called "reformer's neurosis" or even the "revolutionary itch." N ...
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MEN WITH IDEAS: ROBERT MAYNARD HUTCHINS 6217
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VOLUME III, NO. 49 DECEMBER 6, 1950 MEN WITH IDEAS: ROBERT MAYNARD HUTCHINS IT is generally believed that Dr. Robert M. Hutchins, Chancellor of the University of Chicago, has been engaged in a great controversy about Education—what it is, and what it ought to be—ever since 1929 when he l ...
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QUESTIONS LACKING CERTAIN ANSWERS 5592
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VOLUME XXXIX, NO. 47 NOVEMBER 19, 1986 QUESTIONS LACKING CERTAIN ANSWERS THERE are some books—a few—which ought never to be forgotten, since they represent the most penetrating insights we have into the character of our times. Schumacher's Small Is Beautiful is one such book, Berry's The ...
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RANGES OF SELFHOOD 5526
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VOLUME XXXII, NO. 48 NOVEMBER 28, 1979 RANGES OF SELFHOOD THERE is a quality in human life which is always with us, as the basis for both deliberated and spontaneous action, yet which hides or dissolves into the background when subjected to analysis. It is the longing for unity. Our live ...
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ISSUES IN THE STRUGGLE FOR PEACE 5450
Author: Manas Reprints
VOLUME XIV, NO. 46 NOVEMBER 15, 1961 ISSUES IN THE STRUGGLE FOR PEACE ONE of the difficulties in thinking about the steps that must be taken to put an end to the prospect of all-destroying war is the tendency to adopt a we-or-they point of view—not in relation to the opposing nuclear pow ...
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THE SEARCH FOR ROOTS 5267
Author: Manas Reprints
VOLUME XII, NO. 45 NOVEMBER 11, 1959 THE SEARCH FOR ROOTS IT was not so very long ago, in the spaces of historical time, that the moral issues of human life were commonly regarded as clear to all. The duties of individuals were graded by the accident of birth and defined by tradition and ...
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THE RELIGION OF FREE MEN 5249
Author: Manas Reprints
VOLUME VIII, NO. 46 NOVEMBER 16, 1955 THE RELIGION OF FREE MEN DESPITE the natural difficulties which surround any attempt to arrive at the convictions of men who may be said to have been "free," one thing is certain: Their ideas are likely to be those which may prosper in an atmosphere ...
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A PIVOTAL INQUIRY 5217
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VOLUME XXXIII, NO. 45 NOVEMBER 5, 1980 A PIVOTAL INQUIRY FOR the most part, people live as though death would never overtake them. Their way of life does not anticipate the natural conclusion of death. They may, of course, make wills, but usually regard this obligation as a rude intrusio ...
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HOW FAR BACK SHALL WE GO? 5215
Author: Manas Reprints
VOLUME XII, NO. 47 NOVEMBER 25, 1959 HOW FAR BACK SHALL WE GO? ANY serious thought about the need for and the function of institutions in human society sooner or later leads to the question, "How far back shall we go?" The question must be asked because it soon becomes evident that while ...
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