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THE NEW INTELLIGENCE 10000
Author: Manas Reprints
VOLUME I, NO. 11 MARCH 17, 1948 THE NEW INTELLIGENCE THE man who knows he has made mistakes, yet cannot see what they are—who is held impotent by circumstances which came into being, apparently, without his will—such a man fills us with pity. The feeling becomes more intimately intense t ...
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FATHER TO THE MAN 5931
Author: Manas Reprints
VOLUME XI, NO. 46 NOVEMBER 12, 1958 FATHER TO THE MAN IN last week's MANAS, in "Children . . . and Ourselves," we were favored with some sage although badly translated paragraphs from Tolstoy on child education. Tolstoy maintained that teachers usually try to make the child over—into som ...
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A SCIENTIST LOOKS EASTWARD 5307
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VOLUME I, NO. 37 SEPTEMBER 15, 1948 A SCIENTIST LOOKS EASTWARD THERE is a certain logic, if little wisdom, in the recent advice given to young scientists by Dr. Julian Huxley, who is now Director General of the United Nations Educational, Scientific and Cultural Organization. In an addre ...
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WANTED: NEW UTOPIAN IDEALS 5112
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VOLUME VI, NO. 52 DECEMBER 30, 1953 WANTED: NEW UTOPIAN IDEALS MANY people in other lands are fearful of America these days, for the reason that they assume that we are incapable of maintaining economic prosperity outside of a war or a coldwar climate. They fear that the present administ ...
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FEAR OF THE MIND 4952
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VOLUME V, NO. 51 DECEMBER 17, 1952 FEAR OF THE MIND FEAR and persecution of the free mind make what is probably the most flattering left-handed compliment that human beings can pay to themselves, even if the power of the mind is a suspected and unwanted virtue, so far as the flatterers a ...
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ROMANCE IN ANTHROPOLOGY 4919
Author: Manas Reprints
VOLUME VIII, NO. 47 NOVEMBER 23, 1955 ROMANCE IN ANTHROPOLOGY THE humble—or not so humble—layman who enjoys a natural suspicion of most specialists—and especially of those specialists whose pronouncements have far-reaching general consequences for all human beings—may be greatly tempted ...
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THE EMPTY FORUM 4859
Author: Manas Reprints
VOLUME XII, NO. 20 MAY 20, 1959 THE EMPTY FORUM IT is customary to speak ponderously of the "issues" before the modern world and of the differences of opinion which keep the various opposing sections of the world apart, in separate camps. It is also customary to speak of the great achiev ...
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PROBLEMS OF POLITICS 4806
Author: Manas Reprints
VOLUME IV, NO. 48 NOVEMBER 28, 1951 PROBLEMS OF POLITICS THE editorial policy of MANAS, for a number of reasons, has been from the beginning non-political. We take the view that the really practical issues before the modern world are not political issues at all, but moral issues, having ...
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THE USES OF HISTORY 4803
Author: Manas Reprints
VOLUME XXI, NO. 26 JUNE 26, 1968 THE USES OF HISTORY MEN study history for various reasons. In his essay, "Historical Past and Existential Present," in The Dissenting Academy (Pantheon, 1967), Staughton Lynd describes some of the experiences which brought him to his present view of the i ...
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IS IT POSSIBLE TO BE AN OPTIMIST? 4718
Author: Manas Reprints
VOLUME XX, NO. 3 JANUARY 18, 1967 IS IT POSSIBLE TO BE AN OPTIMIST? [When future historians get around to naming the men who, in the present confused period, were most effective in pointing the way out, they will almost certainly name Norman Cousins as one who used his very considerable ...
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