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A THEORY OF ILLUSIONS 10000
Author: Manas Reprints
VOLUME V, NO. 26 JUNE 25, 1952 A THEORY OF ILLUSIONS ONE of the great problems of life, it seems, lies in learning how to get along with illusions—our own as well as other people's. No one who has in any important degree gone through the experience of "growing up" can claim to be without ...
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THE DILEMMA OF THE PUBLIC SCHOOLS 2555
Author: Manas Reprints
VOLUME IX, NO. 36 SEPTEMBER 5, 1956 THE DILEMMA OF THE PUBLIC SCHOOLS THE present crisis in America concerning the elimination of segregation in the public schools has brought into sharp focus, once again, the question of sovereign power and what legal rights the federal and state govern ...
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THE QUESTION OF "ABSOLUTES" 2420
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VOLUME XIV, NO. 51 DECEMBER 20, 1961 THE QUESTION OF "ABSOLUTES" HOW does the present age differ from other epochs of history? Mainly, we think, by the almost total loss of external authority. One of the most moving expressions in the Bible is the cry of the distraught father (in Mark, i ...
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REAL AND HYPOTHETICAL EVIL 2403
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VOLUME VII, NO. 31 AUGUST 4, 1954 REAL AND HYPOTHETICAL EVIL JUST how much freedom can we give up through loyalty and security programs in order to maintain freedom? There is little question that the loyalty and security programs negate many personal freedoms, and are bidding fair to und ...
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THOREAU'S MESSAGE FOR MAN 2398
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VOLUME XIV, NO. 37 SEPTEMBER 13, 1961 THOREAU'S MESSAGE FOR MAN [This is Part III of the four-part series on Henry David Thoreau, by Richard Groff.—Editors.] SINCE Thoreau was no metaphysician, he spells out no formal theories. One finds in his writings, however, certain concepts recurri ...
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DEMOCRACY AND PEACE 2096
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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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NO COMPROMISE 2010
Author: Manas Reprints
VOLUME I, NO. 32 AUGUST 11, 1948 NO COMPROMISE ACCORDING to Bertrand Russell, another war is certain, "if nothing drastic is done." This has been Mr. Russell's position for some time, now. He has been widely quoted to the effect that a single worldauthority must be formed to preserve the ...
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THE AGE OF TANTALUS 1999
Author: Manas Reprints
VOLUME III, NO. 30 JULY 26, 1950 THE AGE OF TANTALUS ALL over the world, people are wondering how to stop the trend toward economic and political enslavement. The analyses to explain this trend appear most frequently in three familiar forms: (1) the Vicious-Men theory; (2) the Bad-System ...
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ANOTHER WORLD 1992
Author: Manas Reprints
VOLUME IV, NO. 43 OCTOBER 24, 1951 ANOTHER WORLD WHILE the world we live in is neither "one," as Mr. Willkie proposed, nor "brave" and "new," as Aldous Huxley anticipated, it is certainly different from the world of a generation ago. Although no one who has not reached middle age can rem ...
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FEELINGS WE CAN'T IGNORE 1991
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VOLUME XXXIV, NO. 39 SEPTEMBER 30, 1981 FEELINGS WE CAN'T IGNORE THE great philosophical argument—about how humans can best get at the meanings of things— keeps moving around but it never stops. If we go back to the Greeks for a look at its beginning— and we should of course go further—w ...
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