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TWO QUESTIONS 10000
Author: Manas Reprints
VOLUME XXXI, NO. 17 APRIL 26, 1978 TWO QUESTIONS WHEN things go awry—and today they are going badly awry in many ways—modern humans (the most thoughtful among them) draw back from planning and doing, feeling it necessary to inquire into certain questions. One is "Who am I?", another, "Wh ...
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CROSSROADS FOR DEMOCRACY 7744
Author: Manas Reprints
VOLUME XII, NO. 33 AUGUST 19, 1959 CROSSROADS FOR DEMOCRACY IT is not the excesses of human behavior that we need to fear, so much as the justifications of them. Disasters of death and suffering are often unavoidable in human experience. The race can survive them. What it cannot survive, ...
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GREAT REFORMERS: GAUTAMA BUDDHA 4570
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VOLUME I, NO. 21 MAY 26, 1948 GREAT REFORMERS: GAUTAMA BUDDHA THE concession of human greatness to Gautama Buddha by the West is closely akin to the reverential regard expressed by the world for Gandhi on the occasion of his death. It is also related to the formless tribute in feeling pa ...
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ENDS AND MEANS 4244
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VOLUME XXXI, NO. 14 APRIL 5, 1978 ENDS AND MEANS THINKING about goals is the identifying characteristic of human behavior. A man totally lacking in purpose is a contradiction in terms. He is some kind of atom moved around by external forces. The quality of being human is absent unless th ...
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INVITATION TO PLATO 4180
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VOLUME XXXI, NO. 16 APRIL 19, 1978 INVITATION TO PLATO DIALOGUE, for Plato, was the only effective means of communication between human beings. For his purposes, it worked better than anything else. What did he intend? He makes it very plain. It was the teaching of virtue. Can it be done ...
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THE COSTS OF RESTORATION 4054
Author: Manas Reprints
VOLUME XXXI, NO. 23 JUNE 7, 1978 THE COSTS OF RESTORATION MAN, Buckminster Fuller said somewhere in his voluminous writings, is the only anti-entropic force in the universe. What did he mean? He meant that man is a "creative" being, the only one that we have experience of. He meant that ...
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THE EMERGING CONSCIOUSNESS 4047
Author: Manas Reprints
VOLUME XXXI, NO. 21 MAY 24, 1978 THE EMERGING CONSCIOUSNESS THE one thing that all serious observers now agree upon is that the human world is in the midst of a great change. Political faiths and social forms are in flux. The truths declared by the authors of constitutional arrangements, ...
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LINE AND CIRCLE 4040
Author: Manas Reprints
VOLUME XXXI, NO. 8 FEBRUARY 22, 1978 LINE AND CIRCLE WHEN a great wave breaks on the sandy incline of a shore, all that marshalled strength shatters into countless foamy fragments. The wave has lost its familiar, undulating unity, returning to the sea, which is itself. The watcher knows ...
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THE ROOTS OF CULTURE 4013
Author: Manas Reprints
VOLUME XXXI, NO. 6 FEBRUARY 8, 1978 THE ROOTS OF CULTURE THE last place to look for help in formulating a philosophy of life may be the philosophy departments in universities. The academics, as Lewis Feuer, one of their number, pointed out more than ten years ago (New York Times Magazine ...
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THE SHAPING OF CULTURE 4008
Author: Manas Reprints
VOLUME XXXI, NO. 52 DECEMBER 27, 1978 THE SHAPING OF CULTURE CULTURAL imperialism, unlike military exploits in foreign lands, is something that people often practice without knowing it. They try to make other people think and act like themselves. It can also be a deliberate campaign. In ...
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