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HAZARDS IN PSYCHOLOGY 10000
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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TWENTIETH-CENTURY SCHISMS 5145
Author: Manas Reprints
VOLUME XII, NO. 26 JULY 1, 1959 TWENTIETH-CENTURY SCHISMS IN the year 1592, when Giordano Bruno was brought before the Holy Inquisitors of Rome, he repeated in his defense against the charges of heresy a doctrine which was then familiar and well-known to all—the doctrine of double truth, ...
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THE PARADOX OF MOTIVES 4282
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VOLUME XI, NO. 13 MARCH 26, 1958 THE PARADOX OF MOTIVES THE question of where ultimate human fulfillment is found—whether in the concrete achievements of the daily round of life, or in an inward process of awakening which is related to, but not dependent upon, the finite goals we set for ...
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"THE WORLD NEXT DOOR" 3487
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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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THE REFORM OF INSTITUTION 3335
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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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GREAT QUESTIONS: IX 3254
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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CROSSROADS FOR DEMOCRACY 2917
Author: Manas Reprints
VOLUME XII, NO. 33 AUGUST 19, 1959 CROSSROADS FOR DEMOCRACY IT is not the excesses of human behavior that we need to fear, so much as the justifications of them. Disasters of death and suffering are often unavoidable in human experience. The race can survive them. What it cannot survive, ...
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THE ROLE OF MAN 2788
Author: Manas Reprints
VOLUME XI, NO. 7 FEBRUARY 12, 1958 THE ROLE OF MAN READING about the life and work of Albert Schweitzer is likely to lead the mind in many directions, for here is a man who, born into not unusual circumstances, found reason to turn his existence into high drama. (A short but engrossing s ...
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THE PRESS DOES NOT DISTURB US 2764
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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AN EARLIER "TRANSITION" 2634
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VOLUME XXXVI, NO. 16 APRIL 20, 1983 AN EARLIER ''TRANSITION" AN ancient controversy—periodically renewed— is concerned with which one of two questions should have priority. Has "What is true?" greater importance, or should the first question be: "How ought we to live?" Obviously enough, ...
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