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ONE KIND OF CHANGE 10000
Author: Manas Reprints
VOLUME XXXIV, NO. 21 MAY 27, 1981 ONE KIND OF CHANGE THERE are so many changes, these days, in the way that people think and feel that it has become easy—and therefore conventional—to speak of the great "transition" affecting our lives, and then to develop some argument or theme in which ...
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A TASTE FOR SIMPLICITY 9305
Author: Manas Reprints
VOLUME XXXIV, NO. 35 SEPTEMBER 2, 1981 A TASTE FOR SIMPLICITY THE flow of new ideas into the common consciousness—the ideas are not, of course, really new, except perhaps in form—proceeds continuously, but since this is a collective subjective process we have difficulty in marking the ch ...
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NOTES ON LANGUAGE 4448
Author: Manas Reprints
VOLUME XXXIV, NO. 24 JUNE 17, 1981 NOTES ON LANGUAGE IN his essay in the Winter 1980-81 Hudson Review, "Standing by Words," Wendell Berry quotes an interchange between two members of the Nuclear Regulatory Commission concerning the technical breakdown at Three Mile Island, as illustratio ...
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GROUNDS OF PERSUASION 4443
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VOLUME XXXIV, NO. 36 SEPTEMBER 9, 1981 GROUNDS OF PERSUASION MOST arguments involve the more or less conscious manipulation of illusions. Humans have feelings about what is good and what is bad, often proceeding in their contentions as though their feelings were established fact. If we k ...
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"GRAVITY BETWEEN MAN AND MAN" 4416
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VOLUME XXXIV, NO. 51 DECEMBER 23, 1981 "GRAVITY BETWEEN MAN AND MAN" SINCE the days of Galileo the Western world has grown increasingly confident that the method he devised for determining what is real, true, and worth knowing, is precisely what we need—and all that we need—to manage our ...
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TENSION AND DISSENT 4396
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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ON CREATING THE FUTURE 4393
Author: Manas Reprints
VOLUME XXXIV, NO. 46 NOVEMBER 18, 1981 ON CREATING THE FUTURE THERE are things we must do for ourselves, and other things which cannot be accomplished except socially, in collaboration with others. The requirement of acting together produces what we call Institutions—at once the source o ...
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THE FAILURE OF MORALISTS 4391
Author: Manas Reprints
VOLUME XXXIV, NO. 19 MAY 13, 1981 THE FAILURE OF MORALISTS PEOPLE who know how to read have certain advantages, well known to teachers and reformers in the Third World. The ability to read is of manifest importance to those who want to better their condition, for how can they take part i ...
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SOME REDEFINITIONS 4375
Author: Manas Reprints
VOLUME XXIV, NO. 17 APRIL 29, 1981 SOME REDEFINITIONS HUMAN BEINGS, we say, reach beyond themselves, as if this were no more than a weakness of mind. It is true enough. It is true in the sense that what we call "failure" is usually the result of the attempt of someone, or some group or a ...
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ALBERT CAMUS 4375
Author: Manas Reprints
VOLUME XXXIV, NO. 52 DECEMBER 30, 1981 ALBERT CAMUS THE life-span of Albert Camus, from 1913 to 1960—he died at forty-seven in an automobile accident—covered a time which might be named the Disgrace of the World, or of the Western World. He was born in French Algeria and grew up in the B ...
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