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THE GARMENTS OF MYSTERY 10000
Author: Manas Reprints
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 PRESENT AND THE LONG VIEW 3838
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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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THE DIFFICULT SUBJECT 3646
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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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A BRIEF COMPARISON 3574
Author: Manas Reprints
VOLUME XXXII, NO. 24 JUNE 13, 1979 A BRIEF COMPARISON THE arguments about teaching and the schools, about the importance of fostering "creativity" and self-expression, go on and on, and one sometimes wonders if it might be better simply to look at the practice of past cultures or civiliz ...
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THE GREAT MODERN SUPERSTITION 3472
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VOLUME XXXII, NO. 13 MARCH 28, 1979 THE GREAT MODERN SUPERSTITION FROM the eighteenth century on, the modern world has been almost wholly occupied with political issues. This may seem natural and right, when the abuses of political power during those two hundred years are taken into acco ...
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THE ART OF TOMORROW? 3451
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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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A PROJECT OF WONDERING 3449
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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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LANGUAGE AND BEYOND 3433
Author: Manas Reprints
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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A CONSENSUS OF TWO 3422
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VOLUME XXXII, NO. 12 MARCH 21, 1979 A CONSENSUS OF TWO IF historians ever get around to defining the ages of man in terms of the forms of human attention— telling what people during a given period held to be of importance and gave their energies to obtaining—then the time from the day of ...
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GOING TO WORK OR HOME? 3420
Author: Manas Reprints
VOLUME XXXII, NO. 51 DECEMBER 19, 1979 GOING TO WORK OR HOME? THE central idea of modern civilization—the idea of progress—is rapidly losing its authority. We are not "progressing" very much these days. The planet, ecologists tell us, can't stand the way we are using it and the raw mater ...
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