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A MEASURE OF PROGRESS 10000
Author: Manas Reprints
VOLUME XIX, NO. 11 MARCH 16, 1966 A MEASURE OF PROGRESS THE argument about whether or not there can be progress for human beings is frivolous, even a waste of time. Human beings seek ends; they seek them at various levels, sometimes in contradictory and self-defeating ways, but they none ...
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IN DEFENSE OF REASON 6821
Author: Manas Reprints
VOLUME XXV, NO. 13 MARCH 29, 1972 IN DEFENSE OF REASON THE question of whether or not human beings have the power of choice—whether or not they are free, within certain limits, to act originally and creatively, according to their independent judgment—used to be regarded as entirely a rel ...
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THE WORLD THAT MUST BE MADE 6605
Author: Manas Reprints
VOLUME XX, NO. 37 SEPTEMBER 13, 1967 THE WORLD THAT MUST BE MADE EXCEPT for case histories, we might all be resigned to living in the penal colony. Except for stories of how some men struggle to carve out lives of their own from the monotonous materials which people tell one another are ...
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A NEW KIND OF RATIONALIZATION 6511
Author: Manas Reprints
VOLUME XIX, NO. 5 FEBRUARY 2, 1966 A NEW KIND OF RATIONALIZATION THE rationalizing capacity of the human mind is so completely the arbiter of our values, our ideas about good and evil and about progress, that simply to acknowledge this fact may seem too iconoclastic in its effects for us ...
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THE CRISIS OF CIVILIZATION 6102
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VOLUME XX, NO. 2 JANUARY 11,1967 THE CRISIS OF CIVILIZATION [This is the title used by Ralph V. Sampson, of Bristol University, for his translation of an essay by Leo Tolstoy, written in 1908—"On the Annexation of Bosnia and Herzegovina by Austria." Tolstoy viewed with loathing the event ...
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A SLOW EVOLUTION 5980
Author: Manas Reprints
VOLUME XLI, NO. 7 FEBRUARY 17, 1988 A SLOW EVOLUTION IN The Greek Way, by Edith Hamilton, first published in 1930 by Norton, the author gives Herodotus' account of "the glorious fight for liberty in which the Greeks conquered the overwhelming power of Persia." They won, Herodotus said, " ...
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THE REVIVAL OF SLAVERY 5788
Author: Manas Reprints
VOLUME II, NO. 31 AUGUST 3, 1949 THE REVIVAL OF SLAVERY UNTIL quite recently, the subject of human slavery was thought to represent a long but finished chapter of history in which the enlightened present may read about the barbarous past. A scholarly article in the Scientific American fo ...
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EDUCATION IN A WORLD OF REVOLUTION 5330
Author: Manas Reprints
VOLUME XVIII, NO. 12 MARCH 24, 1965 EDUCATION IN A WORLD OF REVOLUTION SINCE we have learned that symbolism plays such a vital part in human communication, I should like to connect the ancient Greek legend of the "Slaying of the Minotaur" with the undertaking of education. You will remem ...
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THE ROOT IDEAS 5267
Author: Manas Reprints
VOLUME XIX, NO. 10 MARCH 9, 1966 THE ROOT IDEAS AN enormous amount of emotional energy goes into feelings of anger at the inability of other people to see what is "right." It seems reasonable to say that this emotion is wasted, and that it often becomes immeasurably destructive, since it ...
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LIKE CRUSOE 5251
Author: Manas Reprints
VOLUME XLI, NO. 13 MARCH 30, 1988 LIKE CRUSOE LOREN EISELEY, anthropologist and writer, was born in 1907 near Lincoln, Nebraska, and died seventy years later in Pennsylvania, close to the University of Pennsylvania where, for many years, he had taught. In his younger days he dug for bone ...
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