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WE SEE WHAT WE ARE 10000
Author: Manas Reprints
VOLUME XXXIII, NO. 16 APRIL 16, 1980 WE SEE WHAT WE ARE HOW do we know? The question is too big, of course. There are so many things to know and so many ways of knowing. Yet the importance of the general question cannot be denied. What we do in our schools and colleges—and how we attempt ...
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LEVELS OF COMPLAINT 8057
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VOLUME XXXIII, NO. 25 JUNE 18, 1980 LEVELS OF COMPLAINT THE psychologists have a term which they apply to what people think about the world in which they live—the "assumptive world," made up of the conclusions they have reached about their surrounding circumstances. While the world itsel ...
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OUR UNCERTAIN IDENTITY 6461
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VOLUME XXXIX, NO. 22 MAY 28, 1986 OUR UNCERTAIN IDENTITY AT some point in our lives we are likely to begin wondering why people have so much difficulty in understanding one another. Various explanations may be worked out, but the one most commonly reached is that they don't want to under ...
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A SLOW RECOVERY 6357
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VOLUME XL, NO. 8 FEBRUARY 25, 1987 A SLOW RECOVERY WE owe much to Alfred North Whitehead, perhaps most of all to his thoughtful definitions of philosophy, one of which appears at the beginning of his essay, Nature and Life, published in 1934 by the University of Chicago Press. He said: E ...
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THE STRUGGLE IS ENOUGH 6346
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VOLUME XXXIII, NO. 15 APRIL 9, 1980 THE STRUGGLE IS ENOUGH THE myth of Sisyphus, given new currency by a brief (four-page) essay by Camus, seems a fitting tract for our times. If one is convinced that many or most of the problems of modern man could be met by the adoption of appropriate ...
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THE RING OF RETURN 6317
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VOLUME XL, NO. 22 JUNE 3, 1987 THE RING OF RETURN MEN and women of mind who write books are both emancipators and imprisoners of our intelligence. They look at the world, and at themselves, trying to understand both and the relation between, and then set down scrolls of meaning which the ...
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THE ROOT OF CHANGE 5720
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VOLUME XXXIII, NO. 18 APRIL 30, 1980 THE ROOT OF CHANGE CAN the world of the twentieth century move the center of gravity controlling its thinking? No one, surely, would have thought this possible a hundred years ago. But there were two men of the nineteenth century who conceived such a ...
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TWO NOT POPULAR IDEAS 5659
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VOLUME XXXIII, NO. 14 APRIL 2, 1980 TWO NOT POPULAR IDEAS NON-VIOLENCE is not a word that charms us with poetic resonance. It is a prosy word that engages our attention by weight of the logic of recent history. In these late years of the twentieth century, the mindless track of war, cris ...
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IRREDUCIBLE VISION 5640
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VOLUME XXXIII, NO. 37 SEPTEMBER 10, 1980 IRREDUCIBLE VISION A READING of some passages in a novel about the Civil War brought home the great loss which has resulted from scientific disdain for works of the imagination. The imagination, it was charged, departs from facts, so how can it se ...
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PROJECTS AND TIDES 5634
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VOLUME XXXIII, NO. 13 MARCH 26, 1980 PROJECTS AND TIDES HOW do you get a worthy project going? The undertaking is different from writing a poem or a book. A work of literature is something you do by yourself. Art is not corporate. You go into yourself, achieve some kind of immaculate con ...
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