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WHAT MAY HAPPEN TO SCIENCE 10000
Author: Manas Reprints
VOLUME XL, NO. 1 JANUARY 7, 1987 WHAT MAY HAPPEN TO SCIENCE IN his article in Science, Sept. 5, 1986, Gerard Piel, of the Scientific American, and retiring president of the American Association for the Advancement of Science, draws attention to the role of science in American life, showi ...
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THE PRECIOUS UNCERTAINTIES 2456
Author: Manas Reprints
VOLUME XXIII, NOS. 25-34 JUNE 24, 1970 THE PRECIOUS UNCERTAINTIES MUCH if not all of the value of the current reappraisal of scientific method and technology will be lost if we fail to reinterpret its strictures for a better understanding of human nature in general. While it is probably ...
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THE EIGHTEENTH-CENTURY SPELL 2373
Author: Manas Reprints
VOLUME III, NO. 33 AUGUST 16, 1950 THE EIGHTEENTH-CENTURY SPELL TO return to the eighteenth-century philosophers and to renew acquaintance with their belief in the power of reason and their enthusiasm for the future of mankind under its guidance is like going on an excursion to the origi ...
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FACT AND VALUE 2355
Author: Manas Reprints
VOLUME XXXV, NO. 20 MAY 19, 1982 FACT AND VALUE INTERESTING evidence of the psycho-physical transition now going on is found in an article in the Winter 1982 Journal of Humanistic Psychology by David Bakan, who teaches psychology at York University, Toronto. He contends that while the pr ...
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RELIGION AND HISTORY 2254
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VOLUME XII, NO. 28 JULY 15, 1959 RELIGION AND HISTORY THE bewilderments which contemporary Christianity imposes on the modern world have recently had some notice in these pages—that is, certain of its more obvious dilemmas have been examined. One question, however, keeps on turning up, c ...
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WHO HELPS THE WORLD? 2251
Author: Manas Reprints
VOLUME XIII, NO. 43 OCTOBER 26, 1960 WHO HELPS THE WORLD? IT is generally assumed by thoughtful people that every individual has some kind of public responsibility or obligation to fulfill to society. The decision to do work of this sort may arise from the influence of a cultural or "cla ...
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BOOKS FOR OUR TIME: V 2234
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VOLUME VI, NO. 29 JULY 22, 1953 BOOKS FOR OUR TIME: V WE choose Robert Maynard Hutchins' The Higher Learning in America as a volume for this series because, while it was first published in 1936, we know of no other book which so succinctly puts the basic problems of education before thin ...
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THE CHRISTIAN SCENE 2199
Author: Manas Reprints
VOLUME VIII, NO. 6 FEBRUARY 9, 1955 THE CHRISTIAN SCENE THE recent flurry in British public opinion over a Humanist broadcast on religion makes a good starting-point for brief review of attitudes in modern Christianity. England, unlike America, is not a "secular State," yet freedom of re ...
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THE COMPULSION OF THE TIMES 2196
Author: Manas Reprints
VOLUME XIII, NO. 42 OCTOBER 19, 1960 THE COMPULSION OF THE TIMES THE question of how, and how much, reading books affects human life is wholly unsettled and will no doubt remain so for many years to come. Even the question of what, and how much, is best for people to eat remains unsettle ...
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OUTWARD AND INWARD RELIGION 2154
Author: Manas Reprints
VOLUME V, NO. 41 OCTOBER 8, 1952 OUTWARD AND INWARD RELIGION LAST August, speaking before the sessions of the First International Congress on Humanism and Ethical Culture, Julian Huxley declared that what the world needs is a new religion. This statement may be regarded as something of a ...
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