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A PROJECT OF WONDERING 10000
Author: Manas Reprints
VOLUME XXXII, NO. 9 FEBRUARY 28, 1979 A PROJECT OF WONDERING WE live in an age of mindless violence and small concern for the sanctity of life. No need to wonder at the increase of assassinations and the routine resort of minorities to terrorism and kidnapping to obtain attention for the ...
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TENSION AND DISSENT 8329
Author: Manas Reprints
VOLUME XXXIV, NO. 7 FEBRUARY 18, 1981 TENSION AND DISSENT WHERE do you start in thinking about human beings and their increasingly unlovely ways? With atoms and the void? With old bones found in the geological layers of a gorge in Africa? With the behavior patterns of rats in a maze or c ...
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IN THE IDEAL STATE 8216
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VOLUME XXVI, NO. 11 MARCH 14, 1973 IN THE IDEAL STATE IT sometimes seems that the clearest statements made about social problems and issues come as "asides" from people who have other things to do with their time, but have been interrupted by massive intrusions on their lives and work. A ...
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CREATION AND DISCOVERY 7939
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VOLUME XXVI, NO. 12 MARCH 21, 1973 CREATION AND DISCOVERY THERE is a sense in which to know something completely is to make it uninteresting. A lecture on the art of walking would attract little attention, although a class in walking as Isadora Duncan was able to walk might be oversubscr ...
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POLITICS AND MYSTICISM 7905
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VOLUME X, NO. 33 AUGUST 14, 1957 POLITICS AND MYSTICISM WHILE mystics commonly remain aloof from politics, along with various other human activities, the fact is that the idea of mystical perception has clear implications for politics—implications which will have great difficulty in gain ...
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THE TRUTH TO COME 7722
Author: Manas Reprints
VOLUME XXV, NO. 25 JUNE 21, 1972 THE TRUTH TO COME IT is apparently possible to declare an essential truth about social institutions—the fact that they are made by men—and then to neglect that truth forever after, while pursuing endless analyses of how institutions shape, confine, and di ...
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THE ART OF TOMORROW? 3983
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VOLUME XXXII, NO. 7 FEBRUARY 14, 1979 THE ART OF TOMORROW? WHAT has happened to the arts? While large and impressively illustrated volumes are devoted to answering this question, here, for the sake of brevity and digestibility, we shall rely on the sharply etched accounts of a few percep ...
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TIME FOR SEPARATE WAYS 3972
Author: Manas Reprints
VOLUME XXXII, NO. 6 FEBRUARY 7, 1979 TIME FOR SEPARATE WAYS CURRENT inquiry in three large and humanly crucial areas—Education, Psychology, and Evolution—is leading to challenging questions about the scientific method. The questions come down to one insistent interrogation: What do you t ...
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THE PRESENT AND THE LONG VIEW 3967
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VOLUME XXXII, NO. 8 FEBRUARY 21, 1979 THE PRESENT AND THE LONG VIEW THE ancient Greeks, being human, were very like ourselves. Yet being Greeks, they were also quite different. For one thing, they managed to keep their technology at a manageable level. Their civilization had its flowerin ...
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PROGRESS REPORT 3648
Author: Manas Reprints
VOLUME XXXII, NO. 5 JANUARY 31, 1979 PROGRESS REPORT WHEN a great river changes its course, the people who live along its banks experience disaster. Their habits and livelihood are violently interrupted. They may have been warned—that's what we have specialists for, and flood control eng ...
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