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A HERALD OF CHANGE 10000
Author: Manas Reprints
VOLUME XIX, NO. 34 AUGUST 24, 1966 A HERALD OF CHANGE THE PSYCHOLOGY OF POWER, by Ronald V. Sampson, lecturer on politics at the University of Bristol, is much more than an essay in gentle persuasion. This recently published work (Pantheon, $4.95) has the tempered strength of a mind scho ...
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NATURE WITHOUT MAN 8940
Author: Manas Reprints
VOLUME XXVII, NO. 51 DECEMBER 18, 1974 NATURE WITHOUT MAN IN an effort to explain to scientists what their account of the world and of man leaves out, Theodore Roszak (in Dædalus for last summer) points to the universal hunger of human beings to "know the meaning of their existence," rem ...
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THE ABUSE OF HISTORY 8894
Author: Manas Reprints
VOLUME XXIV, NO. 7 FEBRUARY 17, 1971 THE ABUSE OF HISTORY THOSE who are ignorant of history, it is said, are doomed to repeat it. But those who have superficial knowledge of history, if we go to them for instruction, usually try to make us complacent about its repetitions. "Oh yes," they ...
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END-OF-THE-CENTURY QUESTION 8421
Author: Manas Reprints
VOLUME XXXVI, NO. 22 JUNE 1, 1983 END-OF-THE-CENTURY QUESTION THERE seems a sense in which the typical human of the present has no more influence over the course of events affecting his life than a private in the army of Alexander the Great. This, at any rate, was a conclusion that emerg ...
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EQUALITY AND UTOPIA 3341
Author: Manas Reprints
VOLUME V, NO. 34 AUGUST 20, 1952 EQUALITY AND UTOPIA THE simple act of noting that half-truths may be the source of incalculable confusion seldom disturbs anyone. The fact is too familiar to be denied. It is, we see at once, the element of truth in an inaccurate or incomplete statement w ...
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STATUS 3233
Author: Manas Reprints
VOLUME I, NO. 31 AUGUST 4, 1948 STATUS OCCASIONALLY a friendly correspondent takes MANAS to task for having "heroes," suggesting that some of the individuals we have admired have had their less-than-admirable moments. This we freely admit, but shall nevertheless continue to choose exampl ...
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DOES EDUCATION REQUIRE "ADMINISTRATORS"? 3128
Author: Manas Reprints
VOLUME XIX, NO. 31 AUGUST 3, 1966 DOES EDUCATION REQUIRE "ADMINISTRATORS"? THE response to Ronald Bringle's article, "Humanistic Psychology for Education," printed in the May 25 MANAS, has been curiously mixed. From people who are involved in some kind of administration, it brought order ...
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THE PLATONISTS 3064
Author: Manas Reprints
VOLUME XXII, NO. 19 MAY 7, 1969 THE PLATONISTS THE Platonic thinker is to be distinguished from the Stoic philosopher by the fact that, while neither one takes political power seriously, as an important or desirable end, the Platonist may seem to. There is no question but that Plato's Re ...
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A NOT YET SETTLED CONTROVERSY 2979
Author: Manas Reprints
VOLUME XXXI, NO. 44 NOVEMBER 1, 1978 A NOT YET SETTLED CONTROVERSY IT may be true that no one—no one we know anything about—has the final word about the meaning of life, the working of natural law, and human progress, but it may also be true that some people know more about these matters ...
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PROBLEMS OF THE INTENTIONAL COMMUNITY 2924
Author: Manas Reprints
VOLUME XVI, NO. 35 AUGUST 28, 1963 PROBLEMS OF THE INTENTIONAL COMMUNITY SINCE the days of Pythagoras and his school at Krotona, and of Plato, with his Republic, men of the West have dreamed of establishing an "ideal community"—a place and environment where people would be able to expres ...
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