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IN POETIC RHYTHMS 10000
Author: Manas Reprints
VOLUME XXXVI, NO. 11 MARCH 16, 1983 IN POETIC RHYTHMS READING in a new book, Visions from San Francisco Bay (Farrar Strauss Giroux, 1982, $14.95)—although not really new; it was first published in Polish in 1969 by Czeslaw Milosz, the Polish poet who has been teaching at the University o ...
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MORALITY IS PRACTICAL 3866
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VOLUME XXXIX, NO. 11 MARCH 12, 1986 MORALITY IS PRACTICAL IT seems time to take up an old question or argument. Which is superior and controlling, attitudes or actions? The modern vote is for action, it being said that attitudes are subjective, unreal. And it is certainly true that some ...
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WHAT IS KNOWLEDGE? 3844
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VOLUME XV, NO. 41 OCTOBER 10, 1962 WHAT IS KNOWLEDGE? WE are not, of course, going to pretend to answer this question. To do so would be presumptuous, if not wholly impossible. What we are going to attempt is to point out what happens to people, to cultures or civilizations, when they st ...
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THINGS SAID AND DONE 3791
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VOLUME XIII, NO. 36 SEPTEMBER 7, 1960 THINGS SAID AND DONE THE point is soon reached when reporting current anticipations of world-wide death, ruin, and despair from nuclear war produces an emotional anti-climax. There is a limit to the power of words to affect the imagination. Fortunate ...
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REQUIEM FOR ECONOMISTS 3590
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VOLUME XXXVI, NO. 12 MARCH 23, 1983 REQUIEM FOR ECONOMISTS FOR at least a generation, bright young men and women looking for a "challenging" field of work have decided on economics. That, they say, is where the action is—where all our problems originate. If you read the better newspapers ...
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UNCERTAIN ASSAY 3568
Author: Manas Reprints
VOLUME XXXVI, NO. 3 JANUARY 19, 1983 UNCERTAIN ASSAY READING in books like Jonathan Schell's The Fate of the Earth, Rachel Carson's Silent Spring, Schumacher's Small Is Beautiful, journals like Environment and Ecologist—all chronicles, in varying measure, of the misuse of the planet by h ...
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A LONG WAY TO GO 3568
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VOLUME XXXVI, NO. 8 FEBRUARY 23, 1983 A LONG WAY TO GO ALL men desire peace," said Thomas à Kempis some five hundred years ago, adding that "few men desire those things that make for peace." This seems to cover practically everything that can be said about putting an end to war. Yet it h ...
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THE MEN AND THE BOYS 3561
Author: Manas Reprints
VOLUME XXXVI, NO. 52 DECEMBER 28, 1983 THE MEN AND THE BOYS and down business, the lighter but good midday traffic across town and so have an advantage that would enable him to beat the other companies and force them into one consolidated monopoly. ONE usually talks about separating the ...
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PREACHERS AND PRAGMATISTS 3560
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VOLUME XXXVI, NO. 41 OCTOBER 12, 1983 PREACHERS AND PRAGMATISTS FOR long generations and centuries moralists have been declaring that self-interest is a bad thing, although with little effect on human behavior. By "bad thing" they meant morally wrong, which in turn meant contrary to the ...
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VALUE OF A DIFFERENT KIND 3538
Author: Manas Reprints
VOLUME XXXVI, NO. 17 APRIL 27, 1983 VALUE OF A DIFFERENT KIND A DAY's mail is often enough to reveal the kind of society we live in—one based on insidious persuasion. Most of what we get is intended to persuade us to do something—buy something, vote for something, and sometimes give some ...
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