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CHANGES IN OUR THINKING 10000
Author: Manas Reprints
VOLUME XLI, NO. 27-36 SEPTEMBER 7, 1988 CHANGES IN OUR THINKING THESE are days in which uncertainties and wonderings are taking the place of the firm opinions that have guided modern thinking for a century or more. Here we plan to take notice of recent evidence of this great change. Firs ...
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BELOW THOREAU 3014
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 GUILT OF THE RIGHTEOUS 1850
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VOLUME XVII, NO. 50 DECEMBER 9, 1964 THE GUILT OF THE RIGHTEOUS TO a far greater extent than is commonly admitted, the never-ending argument about the organization of society is a contest over moral issues carried on by men who believe that their convictions are either misunderstood or d ...
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A MORAL EQUIVALENT OF PEACE 1836
Author: Manas Reprints
VOLUME V, NO. 50 DECEMBER 10, 1952 A MORAL EQUIVALENT OF PEACE THOSE who are familiar with William James's famous essay, "A Moral Equivalent of War," may wonder a little at this title, yet peace, as we know it today, and as James knew it in his day, is as much in need of a moral equivale ...
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THE AIMLESS ONES 1345
Author: Manas Reprints
VOLUME III, NO. 5 FEBRUARY 1, 1950 THE AIMLESS ONES ONE is sometimes moved to wonder if many of the billions of dollars being poured out on research in medicine and "applied" psychology are not simply being dribbled down the drain. And as often as one is moved to wonder about the money, ...
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PLATO'S DOCTRINE 973
Author: Manas Reprints
VOLUME XLI, NO. 38 SEPTEMBER 21, 1988 PLATO'S DOCTRINE A BOOK that we have found a continuous inspiration is The Human Situation, first published in 1937 in England. It is made up of the Gifford Lectures given at the University of Glasgow (1935-37) by W. Macneile Dixon, who combined a wo ...
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KEIR HARDIE 853
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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GO TO GRASS 825
Author: Manas Reprints
VOLUME XLI, NO. 37 SEPTEMBER 14, 1988 GO TO GRASS LOOKING through the first volume of Walden, to find a passage worthy of quoting, one is smitten by feelings of virtue—it is virtuous, is it not, to read Thoreau?—and then, too, it is a pleasant sort of loafing to be led from page to page, ...
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OUR HUMAN PLIGHT 823
Author: Manas Reprints
VOLUME XI, NO. 39 SEPTEMBER 24, 1958 OUR HUMAN PLIGHT I: ESCHATOLOGY FOR ALL IN THE NUCLEAR AGE EXTINCTION stares civilized man in the face, and civilized man looks in another direction. He prefers to ignore the colossal forces he has unleashed in the world, imagining that they will then ...
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A THOUSAND-YEAR JOURNEY 795
Author: Manas Reprints
VOLUME XLI, NO. 17 APRIL 27, 1988 A THOUSAND-YEAR JOURNEY IT is natural enough that there should be occasions when we can't seem to think of the right thing to say, which means a fresh way to say what has been said before. If half a day goes past in this condition, the situation begins t ...
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