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WHERE WEALTH ACCUMULATES 10000
Author: Manas Reprints
VOLUME XV, NO. 5 JANUARY 31, 1962 WHERE WEALTH ACCUMULATES THE INHABITANTS, by Julius Horwitz, is a New York City social worker's report disguised as a novel. It was written to be read as truth and should be read that way. It should be read as truth especially by those who still have a t ...
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MODEL AND INGREDIENT 7806
Author: Manas Reprints
VOLUME XXXI, NO. 37 SEPTEMBER 13, 1978 MODEL AND INGREDIENT EARLIER this year, two competent writers, one well known and illustrious, the other a journalist, examined and evaluated the trend toward regionalism in present-day society. Rene Dubos, in his essay in the Spring American Schola ...
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ACCEPTABLE WORSHIP 7794
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VOLUME VI, NO. 15 APRIL 15, 1953 ACCEPTABLE WORSHIP WHILE there are many ways of "classifying" people in respect to their attitudes toward religion and religious practices, to group them according to their feelings about the word "worship" should be as good as any. This word is like "God ...
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ARGUMENTS FOR FREEDOM 7766
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VOLUME IX, NO. 35 AUGUST 29, 1956 ARGUMENTS FOR FREEDOM A TECHNOLOGIST'S argument for social arrangements allowing maximum freedom is contained in the April 1956 issue of the Technology Review (published by the Massachusetts Institute of Technology). The writer, H. B. Phillips, is concer ...
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THE DEFINITION OF ISSUES 4627
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VOLUME XIV, NO. 2 JANUARY 11, 1961 THE DEFINITION OF ISSUES THE great question, in any period of break-up of old historical patterns—of which the present is an obvious example—is how the issues will shape up in terms of popular decision. Since it is impossible to describe or state a view ...
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THE SACRED BONDS 4509
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VOLUME XVIII, NO. 1 JANUARY 6, 1965 THE SACRED BONDS THE question of with what or whom to unite is probably the oldest inquiry pursued by the human species—older, even, than the question, "What is truth?" There are endless analogues in life for this primal longing, and these can be recog ...
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THE BIRTH OF PHILOSOPHY 4481
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VOLUME XXVII, NO. 1 JANUARY 2, 1974 THE BIRTH OF PHILOSOPHY A SURGING longing is behind the "return to nature" that we hear so much about these days. Even if on the surface it sometimes seems sentimental, taking the form of an uninstructed primitivism that cannot possibly last, the deep ...
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ORDER AND PURPOSE 4473
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VOLUME XXV, NO. 1 JANUARY 5, 1972 ORDER AND PURPOSE THE numerous meetings held in recent years in quest of synthesis between science and religion have on the whole been notably without fruit. The explanation probably lies in the institutional character of the confrontations. One band of ...
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THE LEAP OF METAPHOR 4397
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VOLUME XXX, NO. 1 JANUARY 5, 1977 THE LEAP OF METAPHOR IN the Theaetetus—after some seventy pages of showing that while true knowledge exists, defining it remains a logical impossibility—the unperturbed Socrates, having obtained from young Theaetetus agreement on this conclusion, states ...
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SCHOLAR, POET, PROPHET 4387
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VOLUME XXI, NO. 5 JANUARY 31, 1968 SCHOLAR, POET, PROPHET The great heresy of the modern world is that it ceased to worship the Lords of Life, who made the rivers flow, caused the animals to mate, and brought forth the yearly miracle of vegetation. . . . It prostrated itself, on the cont ...
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