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THE ESTATE OF MAN 10000
Author: Manas Reprints
VOLUME XI, NO. 34 AUGUST 20, 1958 THE ESTATE OF MAN IT was a contention of Leo Tolstoy, set out at length in his Confession, that the way a man looks at himself, his sense of the meaning of his life, affects profoundly his judgment of the world. An embittered man, surely, is no one to tu ...
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IDEALISTS AND MATERIALISTS 7928
Author: Manas Reprints
VOLUME X, NO. 50 DECEMBER 11, 1957 IDEALISTS AND MATERIALISTS THE argument between the Idealists and the Materialists—or between the Mystics and the Empiricists—is a very old one. Probably every civilization which has matured to the point of learning to deal with abstract ideas and issue ...
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THE FIELD OF SCIENCE 4908
Author: Manas Reprints
VOLUME VI, NO. 31 AUGUST 5, 1953 THE FIELD OF SCIENCE ON various occasions, MANAS articles have pointed out that a century or so ago, the enthusiasts of science very nearly all agreed that the mysteries of life and nature would sooner or later be all cleared up by scientific progress. Ph ...
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PROMETHEAN OR EPIMETHEAN PROGRESS? 4827
Author: Manas Reprints
VOLUME XXI, NO. 34 AUGUST 21, 1968 PROMETHEAN OR EPIMETHEAN PROGRESS? PROMETHEUS, as Greek mythology tells us, looks to the future, while his brother, Epimetheus, is bound to the past. Epimetheus, you could say, has an anxious fondness for certainty, so he reflects carefully on what has ...
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THE DUAL LIFE 4813
Author: Manas Reprints
VOLUME XXIV, NO. 39 SEPTEMBER 29, 1971 THE DUAL LIFE THE present seems a drab and bleak period in human thought. It is drab, since what energy and color can be discerned have a forced artificiality, as though they originated in some nervous compulsion which can be neither enjoyed nor con ...
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GREAT REFORMERS: EDWARD BELLAMY 4812
Author: Manas Reprints
VOLUME II. NO. 33 AUGUST 17, 1949 GREAT REFORMERS: EDWARD BELLAMY THE distance in time between Edward Bellamy and the present is not very great—scarcely more than half a century—but a vast desert of disillusionment separates the author of Looking Backward from the generation which finds ...
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THE FAILURE OF THE ENVIRONMENT 4749
Author: Manas Reprints
VOLUME XVII, NO. 42 OCTOBER 14, 1964 THE FAILURE OF THE ENVIRONMENT I last saw Edward Bellamy, author of Looking Backward, on the afternoon of May 21, 1898. like a list of Bellamy's proposals. anything but a Utopia. He spoke of his social gospel like a seer and a saint. He said that rais ...
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PROBLEMS OF MORAL JUDGMENT 4707
Author: Manas Reprints
VOLUME XIV, NO. 21 MAY 24, 1961 PROBLEMS OF MORAL JUDGMENT THOSE—usually involuntary—philosophers, the novelists, have a way of presenting situations which are central to the issues of moral judgment at the time their books come out. Novels of war almost always involve human behavior in ...
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THE FIELD BETWEEN 4705
Author: Manas Reprints
VOLUME XXVI, NO. 45 NOVEMBER 7, 1973 THE FIELD BETWEEN THE enormous diversity in the thinking and acting of people with manifestly constructive purposes invites almost endless exploration. To order the enterprise, one could say that there are two basic polarities in these efforts, with a ...
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AT THE HEIGHT OF OUR TIME 4701
Author: Manas Reprints
VOLUME XXXIII, NO. 19 MAY 7, 1980 AT THE HEIGHT OF OUR TIME WHAT bearing does the life of the mind have on the life of the world? Whether or not what we think has importance in relation to what we do, we shall certainly go on thinking, because it is our nature to think. We can't help it. ...
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