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"WHAT I'M DOING IS NOT QUITE RIGHT" 10000
Author: Manas Reprints
VOLUME XXXVII, NO. 5 FEBRUARY 1, 1984 "WHAT I'M DOING IS NOT QUITE RIGHT" THE cry for "going back to fundamentals" is a familiar one. Even people with very dissimilar ideas on what the "fundamentals" are agree that this should be done. One level of discourse arrays the options for choice ...
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FULL POSSESSION OF A LIFE 3250
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VOLUME XXXVII, NO. 8 FEBRUARY 22, 1984 FULL POSSESSION OF A LIFE HAVING learned from present-day essayists and a recent preface to one of his books that Henry David Thoreau is every year more widely read in this country, we again felt the pressure of an old question: What sort of man was ...
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MOONSHINE AND SUNLIGHT 3206
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VOLUME XXXVII, NO. 9 FEBRUARY 29, 1984 MOONSHINE AND SUNLIGHT READING in Thoreau sometimes produces an afterglow; it may last even a week, as now. He is so richly opposite to what we are, so consistently so. A historian once remarked that for Americans, the pursuit of happiness has becom ...
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UNBINDING OBSERVANCES 3186
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VOLUME XXXVII, NO. 6 FEBRUARY 8, 1984 UNBINDING OBSERVANCES WE return to a subject several times discussed in these pages, for the reason that the provocation to give it attention goes on and on. The subject is the no doubt worthy begging letters that come in almost every mail—at least s ...
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BOOKS ABOUT MARXISM 3133
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VOLUME XXXVII, NO. 7 FEBRUARY 15, 1984 BOOKS ABOUT MARXISM SINCE MANAS is in substance and by reputation a review, it seems well to examine the meaning of this term. The task of the reviewer, it is commonly said, is to determine what a writer has set out to do and to judge how well he (o ...
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FROM MORALITY TO ETHICS 3040
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VOLUME XXXVII, NO. 50 DECEMBER 12, 1984 FROM MORALITY TO ETHICS WAR is a subject that cannot for long be left alone. The prospect of world-destroying conflict hangs over all peoples like the sword of Damocles, but is unlike it in that the weapons of modern war, according to expert testim ...
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THE WHOLE OF THE ARGUMENT 3004
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VOLUME XXXVII, NO. 20 MAY 16, 1984 THE WHOLE OF THE ARGUMENT WE keep looking, in these MANAS articles, for ways in which to make explicit the fundamental issue(s) of thought and life in our time, and perhaps at any time (we say "our" time because at any given moment there are particular ...
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KEEPING IDEAS ALIVE 2985
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VOLUME XXXVII, NO. 2 JANUARY 11, 1984 KEEPING IDEAS ALIVE IT is easy to answer the question: What are the main problems of the modern world? The answer is: Energy and Food. This is obvious. If you read at all in the serious writing of the present, these are the subjects that get the most ...
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AS IT WERE 2979
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VOLUME XXXVII, NO. 26-35 JUNE 27, 1984 AS IT WERE AS human beings, we live in the tension between opposites. We demand freedom, yet require order for our enterprises. We wonder, and feel awe at the object of our wondering, while perfecting crafts that reduce wonders to processes that are ...
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QUESTION FOR OUR TIME 2973
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VOLUME XXXVII, NO. 19 MAY 9, 1984 QUESTION FOR OUR TIME A CENTURY divides the counsels of Thomas Huxley from Dwight Macdonald's blistering essay, "The Triumph of the Fact" (in Against the American Grain, 1962)—a long interval which slowly transformed a nineteenth-century vision into disi ...
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