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FATHER TO THE MAN 10000
Author: Manas Reprints
VOLUME XI, NO. 46 NOVEMBER 12, 1958 FATHER TO THE MAN IN last week's MANAS, in "Children . . . and Ourselves," we were favored with some sage although badly translated paragraphs from Tolstoy on child education. Tolstoy maintained that teachers usually try to make the child over—into som ...
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BOOKS FOR OUR TIME: VI 6966
Author: Manas Reprints
VOLUME VI, NO. 35 SEPTEMBER 2, 1953 BOOKS FOR OUR TIME: VI WE wondered if some additional volume would not insist upon adding itself to the original list of seven books chosen for discussion in this series. Edmund Wilson's To the Finland Station, having recently been put into print again ...
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NON-TRADITIONAL RELIGION 6753
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VOLUME XI, NO. 49 DECEMBER 3, 1958 NON-TRADITIONAL RELIGION DURING the past ten years or so, a somewhat relaxed attitude toward religion has been creeping into the liberal press. While magazines such as the Nation conduct no independent investigation of the "validity" of religious ideas, ...
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PROBLEMS OF POLITICS 5228
Author: Manas Reprints
VOLUME IV, NO. 48 NOVEMBER 28, 1951 PROBLEMS OF POLITICS THE editorial policy of MANAS, for a number of reasons, has been from the beginning non-political. We take the view that the really practical issues before the modern world are not political issues at all, but moral issues, having ...
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ROMANCE IN ANTHROPOLOGY 5166
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VOLUME VIII, NO. 47 NOVEMBER 23, 1955 ROMANCE IN ANTHROPOLOGY THE humble—or not so humble—layman who enjoys a natural suspicion of most specialists—and especially of those specialists whose pronouncements have far-reaching general consequences for all human beings—may be greatly tempted ...
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THE NEW INTELLIGENCE 5046
Author: Manas Reprints
VOLUME I, NO. 11 MARCH 17, 1948 THE NEW INTELLIGENCE THE man who knows he has made mistakes, yet cannot see what they are—who is held impotent by circumstances which came into being, apparently, without his will—such a man fills us with pity. The feeling becomes more intimately intense t ...
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THY MEN ARE BORN! 4731
Author: Manas Reprints
VOLUME XI, NO. 33 AUGUST 13, 1958 THY MEN ARE BORN! SOMETHING more than a hundred years ago, Alfred de Musset reproached Voltaire for his iconoclasm. "Sleepest thou content, Voltaire?" he asked. "Thy dread smile, hovers it still above thy fleshless bones?" He addressed the great skeptic ...
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IN HONOR OF WILLIAN JAMES 4657
Author: Manas Reprints
VOLUME XI, NO. 53 DECEMBER 31, 1958 IN HONOR OF WILLIAM JAMES FOR some years now, MANAS writers have been making fairly skillful apologies for the materialism of modern thinkers who have come under the influence of the scientific movement. Materialism, it has been endlessly pointed out, ...
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THE MIDDLE PATH 4456
Author: Manas Reprints
VOLUME XII, NO. 8 FEBRUARY 25, 1959 THE MIDDLE PATH ON the one hand, you have the counsels of perfection—the injunction of what Arnold Toynbee calls the "high religions" to live in the light of Eternity; and on the other are the experience tables of the statistical sociologists, the peop ...
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QUESTION FOR OUR TIME 4440
Author: Manas Reprints
VOLUME XXXVII, NO. 19 MAY 9, 1984 QUESTION FOR OUR TIME A CENTURY divides the counsels of Thomas Huxley from Dwight Macdonald's blistering essay, "The Triumph of the Fact" (in Against the American Grain, 1962)—a long interval which slowly transformed a nineteenth-century vision into disi ...
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