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ONE OF A KIND 10000
Author: Manas Reprints
VOLUME XXXI, NO. 45 NOVEMBER 8, 1978 ONE OF A KIND ONE day last year a motorist traveling an unfamiliar canyon near the Pacific Coast saw a woman of indeterminate age—sixty or seventy— picking up beer cans and paper trash along the weedy margins of the road. A small boy—nine or ten—was w ...
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WITHOUT TECHNOLOGY 6282
Author: Manas Reprints
VOLUME XLI, NO. 48 NOVEMBER 30, 1988 WITHOUT TECHNOLOGY IN the September issue of Harper's, Wendell Berry explains why he is not going to buy a computer. What he says is so well put and so persuasive (to us) that it seems worth quoting for the general good. Some of his reasons are person ...
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THE AMBIGUOUS GODS 6275
Author: Manas Reprints
VOLUME XXVIII, NO. 47 NOVEMBER 19, 1975 THE AMBIGUOUS GODS SOME things about human life are obvious, believable, inescapable. Yet knowing these things does not help us very much. The known (by itself) is not of great value in solving problems or answering unanswered questions. It is poss ...
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THE AMBIGUOUS GODS 6275
Author: Manas Reprints
VOLUME XXVIII, NO. 47 NOVEMBER 19, 1975 THE AMBIGUOUS GODS SOME things about human life are obvious, believable, inescapable. Yet knowing these things does not help us very much. The known (by itself) is not of great value in solving problems or answering unanswered questions. It is poss ...
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A NOT YET SETTLED CONTROVERSY 6111
Author: Manas Reprints
VOLUME XXXI, NO. 44 NOVEMBER 1, 1978 A NOT YET SETTLED CONTROVERSY IT may be true that no one—no one we know anything about—has the final word about the meaning of life, the working of natural law, and human progress, but it may also be true that some people know more about these matters ...
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NOT ON THE COUCH 6039
Author: Manas Reprints
VOLUME XXXI, NO. 46 NOVEMBER 15, 1978 NOT ON THE COUCH CAN'T you find something wrong with me?" the aging retiree asked his psychiatrist friend. "This is such a pleasant room—a lovely view, comfortable furniture, and a lived-in feeling that isn't clinical at all. I'd like to come here no ...
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A NEW-OLD DILEMMA 5851
Author: Manas Reprints
VOLUME XXXI, NO. 48 NOVEMBER 29, 1978 A NEW-OLD DILEMMA THERE is something to be said for the bottomliners. They are the people who, when things are to be added up, insist that you get the right answer. Bottom-line thinking applies to questions for which it is possible to get the objecti ...
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PLANTS AND HUMAN LIFE 5819
Author: Manas Reprints
VOLUME XL, NO. 46 NOVEMBER 18, 1987 PLANTS AND HUMAN LIFE THE good books are written by men and women who are contenders for some view of the meaning of human life. Sometimes they make use of history as the source of evidence in support of their objective, since history may disclose the ...
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FATHER TO THE MAN 5812
Author: Manas Reprints
VOLUME XI, NO. 46 NOVEMBER 12, 1958 FATHER TO THE MAN IN last week's MANAS, in "Children . . . and Ourselves," we were favored with some sage although badly translated paragraphs from Tolstoy on child education. Tolstoy maintained that teachers usually try to make the child over—into som ...
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SOME INCONCLUSIONS 5797
Author: Manas Reprints
VOLUME XXXI, NO. 47 NOVEMBER 22, 1978 SOME INCONCLUSIONS EVER since Karl Marx wrote (in 1845, in his Theses on Feuerbach, published in 1888) that "The philosophers have only interpreted the world in various ways; the point, however, is to change it," radicals have exhibited a proud disda ...
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