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THE INTERLUDE OF THINKING 10000
Author: Manas Reprints
VOLUME XXXII, NO. 14 APRIL 4, 1979 THE INTERLUDE OF THINKING BY thinking humans make themselves miserable, but then, sometimes, they are able to think their way out of the misery. Thinking is easy enough to define. It is our way of finding meaning. To understand the meaning of something ...
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MEN WITH IDEAS: JOHN McTAGGART 6801
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VOLUME III, NO. 24 JUNE 14, 1950 MEN WITH IDEAS: JOHN McTAGGART IN common with Hegel, John McTaggart held that "the universe is at bottom a spiritual system, and that human reason is competent to discover and to prove many important and paradoxical conclusions about it," but he resembled ...
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"THE HEIGHT OF THE TIMES" 5518
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VOLUME XXV, NO. 46 NOVEMBER 15, 1972 "THE HEIGHT OF THE TIMES" A CHAPTER with this title in Ortega's The Revolt of the Masses develops the conception of a climactic moment in a period of history. It is reached when men begin to feel that their lives are superior to what was possible in t ...
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OUR HUMAN PLIGHT 5364
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VOLUME XI, NO. 39 SEPTEMBER 24, 1958 OUR HUMAN PLIGHT I: ESCHATOLOGY FOR ALL IN THE NUCLEAR AGE EXTINCTION stares civilized man in the face, and civilized man looks in another direction. He prefers to ignore the colossal forces he has unleashed in the world, imagining that they will then ...
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THE DIFFICULT SUBJECT 3401
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VOLUME XXXII, NO. 15 APRIL 11, 1979 THE DIFFICULT SUBJECT IT may be a matter of considerable—perhaps primary—importance that as a train of thought attains more generality, the less interesting it becomes. Abstractions, which are supposed to have the highest truth-content, are pallid affa ...
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THE RESOURCES OF THE AGE 3301
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VOLUME XXVIII, NO. 43 OCTOBER 22, 1975 THE RESOURCES OF THE AGE A FEW months ago, commenting on a current volume, a reviewer (Warren Wagar) said: ". . . what humanity needs now is better myths, not disenchanted counsels of prudence and patience." For a number of reasons, this declaration ...
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THE RESOURCES OF THE AGE 3301
Author: Manas Reprints
VOLUME XXVIII, NO. 43 OCTOBER 22, 1975 THE RESOURCES OF THE AGE A FEW months ago, commenting on a current volume, a reviewer (Warren Wagar) said: ". . . what humanity needs now is better myths, not disenchanted counsels of prudence and patience." For a number of reasons, this declaration ...
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EAST AND WEST 3296
Author: Manas Reprints
VOLUME V, NO. 46 NOVEMBER 12, 1952 EAST AND WEST MANY years ago, G. Lowes Dickinson, one of the most civilized of Europeans, wrote an essay on Buddhism which was published in 1914 in his small volume of "Notes of Travel," called Appearances. In the Preface, Mr. Dickinson explained his re ...
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WHAT IS TO COME? 3282
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VOLUME XLI, NO. 3 JANUARY 20, 1988 WHAT IS TO COME? THE more one reads, the more evident it becomes that the modern world is preparing for change. That it will be a change for the better seems possible, yet there may be far-reaching catastrophes, some manmade, others obscure in origin, w ...
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THE ART OF TOMORROW? 3145
Author: Manas Reprints
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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