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GREAT QUESTIONS: II 10000
Author: Manas Reprints
VOLUME IV, NO. 19 MAY 9, 1951 GREAT QUESTIONS: II THERE is something extremely unsatisfying about the current discussions of "God." A philosopher would tell us, we suppose, that a discussion of God is bound to be unsatisfactory for the simple reason that "God" is an undiscussable subject ...
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BOOKS FOR OUR TIME: V 2157
Author: Manas Reprints
VOLUME VI, NO. 29 JULY 22, 1953 BOOKS FOR OUR TIME: V WE choose Robert Maynard Hutchins' The Higher Learning in America as a volume for this series because, while it was first published in 1936, we know of no other book which so succinctly puts the basic problems of education before thin ...
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TWO VISIONS OF MAN 2007
Author: Manas Reprints
VOLUME XIV, NO. 20 MAY 17, 1961 TWO VISIONS OF MAN ONE thing encouraging that can be said about Western civilization at the present time is that a new—or new-old—conception of the human being is gradually emerging, and may eventually dominate the best of modern thought. Various ideas of ...
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THE CRISIS IN MEDICINE 1939
Author: Manas Reprints
VOLUME XVII, NO. 9 FEBRUARY 26, 1964 THE CRISIS IN MEDICINE FOR many years, as a general practitioner I have been troubled by the apparent inadequacy of the medical profession in meeting many of the problems that people bring to the office. Not that we should be able to solve all of them ...
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CULTURE AND HUMAN GREATNESS 1925
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VOLUME VI, NO. 16 APRIL 22, 1953 CULTURE AND HUMAN GREATNESS WHEN it comes to examining our civilization—and ourselves—in a way which attempts to avoid the familiar forms of analysis and criticism, concerned with the decline of "individuality," the blindness of "scientism," the "failure ...
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BETWEEN TWO WORLDS 1889
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VOLUME VI, NO. 9 MARCH 4, 1953 BETWEEN TWO WORLDS LAST year I had the good fortune to be in Europe for ten months. I was able, with some leisure, to reflect upon my own attitudes and opinions about the United States, as well as those of Europeans. Since that was my first trip abroad, I w ...
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THE FORMATION OF AMERICANS 1830
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VOLUME XL, NO. 2 JANUARY 14, 1987 THE FORMATION OF AMERICANS THE business of historians—the value of their work—lies in the contribution they are able to make to the self-knowledge of human beings. That is the fundamental reason for reading history, for what it can teach us about ourselv ...
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SCIENCE AND MORALS 1803
Author: Manas Reprints
VOLUME IX, NO. 46 NOVEMBER 14, 1956 SCIENCE AND MORALS IN the as yet unsettled contest between science and religion for final authority over human decision, the most familiar claim of the opponents of science is that science is incompetent to define the ultimate values of existence. Scie ...
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THE COMMUNITY MOVEMENT 1783
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VOLUME I, NO. 3 JANUARY 21, 1948 THE COMMUNITY MOVEMENT THE movement loosely defined by the term “Community” represents a variety of responses to the conclusion, rapidly becoming self-evident, that modern industrial society, while it has conquered and harnessed the forces of nature, has ...
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THE DIVIDED ARE THE WEAK 1732
Author: Manas Reprints
VOLUME IV, NO. 39 SEPTEMBER 26, 1951 THE DIVIDED ARE THE WEAK AS "witch-hunts" proceed unabated, and as more and more intelligent and useful men suffer the consequences of possessing independent minds, the problem of freedom takes on intensely practical importance. On the one hand are th ...
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