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GREAT QUESTIONS: IX 10000
Author: Manas Reprints
VOLUME V, NO. 32 AUGUST 6, 1952 GREAT QUESTIONS: IX TO attempt to think largely about Power is to join a lonely group of philosophers or would-be philosophers who have doomed themselves to small audiences by the choice of a forbidding subject. Getting power is a popular if difficult acti ...
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THE NEW WONDER-SEEKING 7216
Author: Manas Reprints
Volume IV, No. 1 January 3, 1951 THE NEW WONDER-SEEKING IT is not surprising, in these days of troubled uncertainty, to find a growing interest in the bizarre and clearly "un-American" subject of Yoga. Books sales, library reports, as well as the hearsay of campus bull-sessions and simil ...
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BOOKS FOR OUR TIME: VIII 7209
Author: Manas Reprints
VOLUME VI, NO. 47 NOVEMBER 25, 1953 BOOKS FOR OUR TIME: VIII OF the original list of seven books selected for discussion in this series, all have received some manner of treatment save for J. B. Rhine's The Reach of the Mind. (One additional volume, Edmund Wilson's To the Finland Station ...
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THE WAR OF THE EXPERTS 7153
Author: Manas Reprints
VOLUME X, NO. 26 JUNE 26, 1957 THE WAR OF THE EXPERTS THE spectacle of eminent scientists who are in radical—not to say bitter—disagreement over the amount of danger to human health and life from nuclear bomb tests is one of the less attractive wonders of our age. Scientists, the general ...
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THE REFORM OF INSTITUTION 5801
Author: Manas Reprints
VOLUME V, NO. 24 JUNE 11, 1952 THE REFORM OF INSTITUTION THE bright young men of every generation seem to make the same discovery, and when they make it, it appears to them to be an entirely new discovery, and very important. It is that the institutions of human society are the bastions ...
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"THE WORLD NEXT DOOR" 5616
Author: Manas Reprints
VOLUME III, NO. 51 DECEMBER 20, 1950 "THE WORLD NEXT DOOR" MOST of the information which reaches the general public concerning the mentally ill is either gloomy, frightening, or shocking. Both the statistical survey type of report and the magazine article expose of conditions in mental h ...
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HAZARDS IN PSYCHOLOGY 5580
Author: Manas Reprints
VOLUME XI, NO. 31 JULY 30, 1958 HAZARDS IN PSYCHOLOGY IT was Ortega y Gasset, often quoted in these pages, who, writing on the brilliant simplicity of scientific conclusions, pointed out the hazard of a clarity obtained by excluding what cannot be made clear. In his Toward a Philosophy o ...
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WHAT TO DO.. 3194
Author: Manas Reprints
VOLUME XIII, NO. 31 AUGUST 3, 1960 WHAT TO DO . . IT was, as we recall, Josiah Royce who said that the one thing a moral agent needs is a universe on which he can work in order to improve it. These are not the precise words, but the sense is probably accurate enough, serving to narrow do ...
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POLITICS AND MYSTICISM 3158
Author: Manas Reprints
VOLUME X, NO. 33 AUGUST 14, 1957 POLITICS AND MYSTICISM WHILE mystics commonly remain aloof from politics, along with various other human activities, the fact is that the idea of mystical perception has clear implications for politics—implications which will have great difficulty in gain ...
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AMERICAN SELF-CRITICISM 3090
Author: Manas Reprints
VOLUME VIII, NO. 31 AUGUST 3, 1955 AMERICAN SELF-CRITICISM IT is reasonable to assume that George Orwell had Soviet Russia chiefly in mind when he wrote Nineteen-Eighty-Four. His previous book, Animal Farm, was a satire on the Communist society, and Nineteen-Eighty-Four, which brought to ...
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