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THE DIFFICULT SUBJECT 10000
Author: Manas Reprints
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 GARMENTS OF MYSTERY 8367
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VOLUME XXXII, NO APRIL THE GARMENTS OF MYSTERY FOR text at head of one of his chapters in Horse of Pride (Yale University Press, 1978), Jakez H lias uses a sentence from "As the background for a novel, one single day in the life of a peasant can be as effective as a of intangible meaning ...
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THE ART OF TOMORROW? 8225
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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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LANGUAGE AND BEYOND 7960
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VOLUME XXXII, NO. 17 APRIL 25, 1979 LANGUAGE AND BEYOND TEACHERS, Ortega declared in a remarkable essay on education, too easily become frauds. Why? Because, if they imagine that their task is only to pass on existing knowledge to the coming generation, and if they win acceptance for thi ...
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THE INTERLUDE OF THINKING 7892
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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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THE RESTORATION OF REASON 7795
Author: Manas Reprints
VOLUME XXXII, NO. 43 OCTOBER 24, 1979 THE RESTORATION OF REASON IT is necessary, in a consideration such as this, to begin with definitions, even though, as we proceed, the inadequacy and misleading character of most definitions may become evident. We take our account of reason from Eric ...
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A PROJECT OF WONDERING 7771
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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TOLSTOY'S THEORY OF KNOWLEDGE 7711
Author: Manas Reprints
VOLUME XXXII, NO. 25 JUNE 20, 1979 TOLSTOY'S THEORY OF KNOWLEDGE "Leo is still working, as he calls it, but alas! all he is producing is philosophical disquisitions! He reads and thinks until it gives him a headache. And all in order to prove that the Church does not accord with the Gosp ...
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"A GENERAL UNDERSTANDING" 7704
Author: Manas Reprints
VOLUME XXXII, NO. 52 DECEMBER 26, 1979 "A GENERAL UNDERSTANDING" DOORS to the thinking that will illuminate the world of tomorrow open in various ways. The only benefit of angry revolutions, which seldom accomplish more than pain and the betrayal of human longing, is the discrediting of ...
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THE ESEMPLASTIC POWER 7693
Author: Manas Reprints
VOLUME XXXII, NO. 2 JANUARY 10, 1979 THE ESEMPLASTIC POWER THE stories of our time—and among stories we include legends, myths, allegories—have lost their power, and Walter Benjamin believed the reason is that modern stories have no wisdom in them. Today's tellers of stories are not conc ...
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