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THE PRIVATE ORIGINS OF THE GOOD 10000
Author: Manas Reprints
VOLUME XV, NO. 43 OCTOBER 24, 1962 THE PRIVATE ORIGINS OF THE GOOD THE "public events" of recent history have given ample justification for a gloomy view of the future, especially if you have the habit of reading news that is written in a framework of ideological assumptions—and what new ...
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WHAT IS KNOWLEDGE? 2368
Author: Manas Reprints
VOLUME XV, NO. 41 OCTOBER 10, 1962 WHAT IS KNOWLEDGE? WE are not, of course, going to pretend to answer this question. To do so would be presumptuous, if not wholly impossible. What we are going to attempt is to point out what happens to people, to cultures or civilizations, when they st ...
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WIDE, UNOPENED SPACES 2338
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VOLUME XXVI, NO. 44 OCTOBER 31, 1973 WIDE, UNOPENED SPACES THERE are many good reasons for rejecting the struggle for power, for living outside of it, for not being interested in it and ignoring it as far as possible, but the most persuasive one, today, is that even those who gain power ...
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THE EXAMPLE OF FREE MEN 2330
Author: Manas Reprints
VOLUME I, NO. 41 OCTOBER 13, 1948 THE EXAMPLE OF FREE MEN I WONDER, sometimes," writes a subscriber, "where you are going with your radishes and spinning-wheel theme." Candidly, at the moment, it does not seem of great importance where we expect to go with these ideas. Discussions like t ...
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THE HAZARDS OF TRANSITION 2311
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VOLUME XXXIX, NO. 41 OCTOBER 8, 1986 THE HAZARDS OF TRANSITION IT is often said that the present is a time of great historical change, with the evidence all about. The material, objective side of the change is obvious enough. Mostly it involves the achievements and effects of technology ...
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JEFFERSONIAN REFLECTIONS 2302
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VOLUME XXXVI, NO. 42 OCTOBER 19, 1983 JEFFERSONIAN REFLECTIONS FROM day to day we read in the papers what the President, the Congress, the Federal Reserve Bank, and sometimes the leaders of industry, are doing to restore "the economy" to the ongoing balance which, we are told, existed in ...
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QUESTIONS ABOUT ENDS 2301
Author: Manas Reprints
VOLUME XV, NO. 40 OCTOBER 3, 1962 QUESTIONS ABOUT ENDS LAST spring (issue of May 16), we examined the question, "What Is Materialism?", using the letter of a reader as the point of departure. We now have another letter from that reader, who says: You discussed the philosophy of materiali ...
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TWO NATIONAL LEADERS 2294
Author: Manas Reprints
VOLUME XI, NO. 42 OCTOBER 15, 1958 TWO NATIONAL LEADERS IT is refreshing to read the words of a leader of a great, national state who readily admits that he has no particular clarity on the problems of the world, who feels free to examine the clashing ideologies of the time without eithe ...
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THE UNDERSTANDING OF PAIN 2264
Author: Manas Reprints
VOLUME XVIII, NO. 41 OCTOBER 13, 1965 THE UNDERSTANDING OF PAIN MUCH of the serious reading matter of the present is concerned with the nature, causes, and elimination of pain. This material can be divided into two vast categories—that devoted to the pain of individuals, now beginning to ...
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BEGINNINGS ARE MORE TIMELESS THAN ENDINGS 2262
Author: Manas Reprints
VOLUME XVIII, NO. 43 OCTOBER 27, 1965 BEGINNINGS ARE MORE TIMELESS THAN ENDINGS IN one of his later essays, Aldous Huxley spoke of the many-layered aspect of modern culture, pointing out that awareness of what is really "going on" is simply not possible for a great many people. Large seg ...
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