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THE PRESS DOES NOT DISTURB US 10000
Author: Manas Reprints
VOLUME XI, NO. 25 JUNE 18, 1958 THE PRESS DOES NOT DISTURB US THIS expression, "The press does not disturb us," occurs in the text of the first of Albert Schweitzer's new series of broadcasts concerning the threat of continued nuclear tests and the atomic war to which they may lead. (Pri ...
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THE FALL 5386
Author: Manas Reprints
VOLUME XX, NO. 35 AUGUST 30, 1967 THE FALL WHILE there are both philosophical and theological explanations of evil, the one with which we are most familiar is the scientific explanation, which says that evil comes from a failure in need-satisfaction. The remedy, quite naturally, lies in ...
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THOUGHT AND ACTION 5383
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VOLUME XX, NO. 17 APRIL 26, 1967 THOUGHT AND ACTION IT is a common occurrence, in these days of spreading anxiety, for someone to break in on the order of what seems a pedestrian inquiry with the fervent demand that "we" begin to do something about obvious emergencies. "We," for example, ...
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NATURE WITHOUT MAN 5373
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 POWER BY WHICH MEN LIVE 5328
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VOLUME XXXIV, NO. 50 DECEMBER 16, 1981 THE POWER BY WHICH MEN LIVE THE present is a time when Psychology—whether or not it can be called a "science"—affords more light on the human situation than any other branch of inquiry. One reason for this is that psychology represents the area to w ...
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THE RHETORIC OF RIGHTEOUSNESS 5325
Author: Manas Reprints
VOLUME XXXVII, NO. 39 SEPTEMBER 26, 1984 THE RHETORIC OF RIGHTEOUSNESS ALTHOUGH history may not be a faultless guide to origins, what human beings have done throughout their knowable past may be taken as evidence of something fundamental in their nature; and we propose, here, that the pr ...
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TOWARD A MATURE WORLD 5324
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VOLUME VI, NO. 17 APRIL 29, 1953 TOWARD A MATURE WORLD IS it possible—or at all conceivable—that the modern world is now moving toward a day when "progress," whether national or international, will no longer be defined in ideological terms? Some temerity is required even to ask a questio ...
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BELOW THOREAU 5255
Author: Manas Reprints
VOLUME XLI, NO. 2 JANUARY 13, 1988 BELOW THOREAU A SICKENING array of recollections of the Vietnam War—and the time of that war—is presented in a new book, Unwinding the Vietnam War, edited by Reese Williams, with thirty contributors. The publisher is the Real Comet Press, in Seattle. Th ...
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THE DISENCHANTERS 5176
Author: Manas Reprints
VOLUME IX, NO. 3 JANUARY 18, 1956 THE DISENCHANTERS THE great minds of the seventeenth and eighteenth centuries strenuously engaged themselves in exposing the follies of religious dogma, the false certainties of belief in supernatural authority. Pregnant with dreams of a new order of soc ...
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FROM CRISIS TO INSIGHT 5171
Author: Manas Reprints
VOLUME XXV, NO. 23 JUNE 7, 1972 FROM CRISIS TO INSIGHT THERE is nothing inconsistent with past experience in the idea that discoveries are now being made which may in time bring order out of the chaos of present events. Times of deep crisis may also be times of urgent inquiry, since diso ...
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