per page, with , order by , clip by
Results of 1 - 10 of about 1668 for [SIMILAR] 16 1024 4096 WITH 41683 glaucon WITH 3... (7.769 sec.)
INDIAN FOREIGN POLICY 10000
Author: Manas Reprints
VOLUME VIII, NO. 14 APRIL 6, 1955 INDIAN FOREIGN POLICY [While it is generally contrary to MANAS editorial policy to print articles which might be termed "political," we publish this review of Indian foreign policy, contributed by an Indian observer, for a particular reason—which is that ...
http://manasjournal.mrwconnected.info/pdf_library/VolumeVIII_1955/VIII-14.pdf - [detail] - [similar]
A LOOK AT INDIA 6664
Author: Manas Reprints
VOLUME VIII, NO. 33 AUGUST 17, 1955 A LOOK AT INDIA SOME of the problems of the modern world, while they ought not to be left to "time," at least show promise of finding solution in the course of decades. The conflict between peoples of different racial origin, for instance, while close ...
http://manasjournal.mrwconnected.info/pdf_library/VolumeVIII_1955/VIII-33.pdf - [detail] - [similar]
TESTING "ABSOLUTES" 6597
Author: Manas Reprints
VOLUME VII, NO. 36 SEPTEMBER 8, 1954 TESTING "ABSOLUTES" A READER with a background of positivist interests has raised so fundamental a series of questions that we plan to discuss them at length—for at least the space available here. He starts out with some observations on an article in ...
http://manasjournal.mrwconnected.info/pdf_library/VolumeVII_1954/VII-36.pdf - [detail] - [similar]
WHOM SHALL WE BLAME 6587
Author: Manas Reprints
VOLUME VII, NO. 40 OCTOBER 6, 1954 WHOM SHALL WE BLAME? NEEDLESS to say, Ferdinand Lundberg, author of The Treason of the People (Harper), seeks no public office. In fact, by writing this book, he has probably made himself secure from any sort of political ambition in the foreseeable fut ...
http://manasjournal.mrwconnected.info/pdf_library/VolumeVII_1954/VII-40.pdf - [detail] - [similar]
BOOK FOR OUR TIMES 6522
Author: Manas Reprints
VOLUME VIII, NO. 20 MAY 18, 1955 BOOK FOR OUR TIMES INITIAL inspection of A Philosophical Scrutiny of Religion, by C. J. Ducasse, made it clear that this volume deserved a longer-than-usual review; further reading exerted the persuasion that this book is of a caliber—to our way of thinki ...
http://manasjournal.mrwconnected.info/pdf_library/VolumeVIII_1955/VIII-20.pdf - [detail] - [similar]
POINT OF DECISION 6454
Author: Manas Reprints
VOLUME VIII, NO. 3 JANUARY 19, 1955 POINT OF DECISION THERE is a sense in which the most obvious difficulties experienced by human beings are the most neglected ones. Take for example the somewhat guilty secret which haunts every one of us—that we don't seem to be able to live up to the ...
http://manasjournal.mrwconnected.info/pdf_library/VolumeVIII_1955/VIII-03.pdf - [detail] - [similar]
ETHICS IN ECLIPSE 5626
Author: Manas Reprints
VOLUME VII, NO. 30 JULY 28, 1954 ETHICS IN ECLIPSE THERE is no novelty in the charge that modern civilization is the unhappy inheritor of amoral attitudes which have been accumulating in the West for three or four generations. Now, as the world threatens to rush down any one of several a ...
http://manasjournal.mrwconnected.info/pdf_library/VolumeVII_1954/VII-30.pdf - [detail] - [similar]
"SANITY AND HONOR" 5602
Author: Manas Reprints
VOLUME VII, NO. 42 OCTOBER 20, 1954 "SANITY AND HONOR" AN ominous feeling arises from careful reading of Waldo Frank's Nation (Sept. 25) article on the transcript of the hearing held by the Atomic Energy Commission. It was the matter in these 992 pages of small type which led to the sepa ...
http://manasjournal.mrwconnected.info/pdf_library/VolumeVII_1954/VII-42.pdf - [detail] - [similar]
SCIENCE AND PHILOSOPHY 5553
Author: Manas Reprints
VOLUME X, NO. 21 MAY 22, 1957 SCIENCE AND PHILOSOPHY THE question of whether or not scientific knowledge and philosophical knowledge (if any) can be regarded as independent forms of knowing is the subject of an article by Sidney Hook in the Spring 1957 Partisan Review. Since Prof. Hook i ...
http://manasjournal.mrwconnected.info/pdf_library/VolumeX_1957/X-21.pdf - [detail] - [similar]
THE IRON AGE 5538
Author: Manas Reprints
VOLUME III, NO.20 MAY 17, 1950 THE IRON AGE IT was a custom among the ancient Spartans to send out secretly into the countryside a selection of their ablest and most promising young men, armed only with daggers, with the instruction that they were to hide during the daytime, but at night ...
http://manasjournal.mrwconnected.info/pdf_library/VolumeIII_1950/III-20.pdf - [detail] - [similar]
PREV 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 NEXT
Powered by Hyper Estraier 1.4.13, with 2096 documents and 94562 words.