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THE THEORY OF CASTE 10000
Author: Manas Reprints
VOLUME VIII, NO. 26 JUNE 29, 1955 THE THEORY OF CASTE WHILE it may be admitted that theories or dogmas concerning human differences have supplied the justification for a large part of the injustices in the world, it seems likely that a disregard of those differences may be equally fruitf ...
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THE GREAT MORAL DISASTER 4448
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VOLUME V, NO. 48 NOVEMBER 26, 1952 THE GREAT MORAL DISASTER EVEN if, somewhere in the 'thirties, this title was used by Garet Garrett for a Saturday Evening Post article which mourned the abandonment of the gold standard by the United States, these words seem the best description of the ...
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EXITS AND ENTRANCES 2983
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VOLUME V, NO. 8 FEBRUARY 20, 1952 EXITS AND ENTRANCES WHY should anyone fear death? What is so terrifying in this prospect that mankind in general cannot bear to contemplate it? We see nothing to fear in death, nor can we see what others find to dread in it. Much less can we understand o ...
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THE SHADOWN AND THE SUBSTANCE 2980
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VOLUME III, NO. 17 APRIL26, 1950 THE SHADOW AND THE SUBSTANCE TO be better human beings than our theories of betterment allow, and to distrust, therefore, the theories that we have; yet to be too uncertain, too fearful or too unimaginative to make theories that will call out all our pote ...
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THE RHETORIC OF RIGHTEOUSNESS 2917
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VOLUME XXXVII, NO. 39 SEPTEMBER 26, 1984 THE RHETORIC OF RIGHTEOUSNESS ALTHOUGH history may not be a faultless guide to origins, what human beings have done throughout their knowable past may be taken as evidence of something fundamental in their nature; and we propose, here, that the pr ...
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THE INTERIOR MAN 2916
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VOLUME VII, NO. 23 JUNE 9, 1954 THE INTERIOR MAN THOSE who are looking, in these ominous days, for some ground of optimism, some reason for believing that the future which history holds for human beings may be brighter than the present and the immediate past, are invited to consider the ...
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THE IDEA OF PROGRESS 2894
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VOLUME IX, NO. 10 MARCH 7, 1956 THE IDEA OF PROGRESS SOMEWHERE along in the first quarter or first third of this century, the idea of progress suffered a distinct eclipse in intellectual circles. This rejection of nineteenth-century enthusiasm probably began among scientific thinkers, ta ...
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DEMOCRACY AND PEACE 2846
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VOLUME XXVI, NO. 38 SEPTEMBER 19, 1973 DEMOCRACY AND PEACE THE idea that peace and freedom are one and inseparable is a peculiarly American doctrine. The men who wrote the tracts that led to the American Revolution were convinced that a peace they did not make themselves, which they did ...
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CAVALCADE OF PHILOSOPHERS 2841
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VOLUME VIII, NO. 2 JANUARY 12, 1955 CAVALCADE OF PHILOSOPHERS THERE are many arguments against anthologies, most of them sound, and doubtless they all apply to anthologies of philosophy. But since these arguments are familiar, and since we have for review the largest philosophical anthol ...
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WHAT WOULD BE BETTER? 2838
Author: Manas Reprints
VOLUME XXXVI, NO. 45 NOVEMBER 9, 1983 WHAT WOULD BE BETTER? IT is natural to seek relief, on the one hand, from the fevers and horrors of the daily news—the invasions, the shootings, the bombings, the assassinations, the cruelties visited on men and women of obvious good will, but integr ...
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