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CANONS OF CRITICISM 10000
Author: Manas Reprints
VOLUME XI, NO. 3 JANUARY 15, 1958 CANONS OF CRITICISM A SENTENCE taken from Hegel and put into a learned article of philosophical criticism (by Carl J. Friedrich, in Diogenes, No. 10, 1955) forms the basis for the following discussion. Hegel's sentence is this: When a man has finally rea ...
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NEW FAITHS IN THE MAKING 8667
Author: Manas Reprints
VOLUME X, NO. 9 FEBRUARY 27, 1957 NEW FAITHS IN THE MAKING GREAT changes have come over the world during the past thirty years, and the most important of them are probably the least recognized. One major change has been in what might be called the foundation for opinions—in, that is, the ...
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MEN AND THEIR TIMES 8659
Author: Manas Reprints
VOLUME XXIV, NO. 21 MAY 26, 1971 MEN AND THEIR TIMES IN the first chapter of The Heavenly City of the Eighteenth-Century Philosophers—a delighting and informative book—Carl Becker makes the reader aware of how much he is the child of his own times, and how little he can enter into the us ...
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KEIR HARDIE 8652
Author: Manas Reprints
VOLUME X, NO. 36 SEPTEMBER 4, 1957 KEIR HARDIE TO read about the period of history immediately preceding the first world war is today something like entering a world of dream. Things were different then, and human hopes seemed so much more realizable. This reflection is prompted by a rea ...
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TWO LEVELS OF REPLY 8632
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VOLUME XIV, NO. 18 MAY 3, 1961 TWO LEVELS OF REPLY MANAS has one or two readers who periodically give expression to their distaste for the almost uninterrupted discussion of the problem of war. Why, they ask, so much attention to this question? Are there not more enduring issues to be ex ...
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A LOOK AT "BUSINESS" 8630
Author: Manas Reprints
VOLUME X, NO. 10 MARCH 6, 1957 A LOOK AT "BUSINESS" IN the Saturday Review of Jan. 19, Crawford H. Greenewalt, president of E. I du Pont de Nemours and Company, writes a defense of "the businessman." His title is "The Culture of the Businessman" and his thesis is that the man of industry ...
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THE ILIAD ILLUMINATED 3479
Author: Manas Reprints
VOLUME X, NO. 3 JANUARY 16, 1957 THE ILIAD ILLUMINATED NO civilization worthy of the name can reach a climactic point in its development without producing clear expressions of its meaning, and some account, also, of its fatal flaws. In the case of our own civilization, a technological an ...
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WHERE IS EVOLUTION GOING? 3125
Author: Manas Reprints
VOLUME XXXV, NO. 24 JUNE 16, 1982 WHERE IS EVOLUTION GOING? FOR most biologists, the answer is: everywhere and nowhere. Standard Darwinian theory understands evolution to be a free-for-all, governed by random combinations of DNA and lucky environmental selection. Living things evolve in ...
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EUROPEAN INSPIRATION 3044
Author: Manas Reprints
VOLUME V, NO. 38 SEPTEMBER 17, 1952 EUROPEAN INSPIRATION AT rare intervals, books are written which seem to justify the use of the word "perfect," for every "perfection" is a relative thing—relative to a set of conditions under which the perfection is achieved. For example, a kind of per ...
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UNINCORPORABLE POWER 2942
Author: Manas Reprints
VOLUME XXXV, NO. 2 JANUARY 13, 1982 UNINCORPORABLE POWER VIRTUALLY all writing (except technical treatises or manuals) is an attempt at orientation, for the writer himself and for his readers. The best fiction is meant as orientation, whether we consider Don Quixote, The Brothers Karamaz ...
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