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IDEAS AND BELIEFS 10000
Author: Manas Reprints
VOLUME XXX, NO. 24 JUNE 15, 1977 IDEAS AND BELIEFS PERIODICALLY, the pride men take in their intellectual triumphs is made to suffer a distinct and humbling fall. At present, the entire cycle of "rationalist" progress is being called into question, although in a mood quite different from ...
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THE QUESTION OF "WHOLENESS" 3397
Author: Manas Reprints
VOLUME XXVI, NO. 3 JANUARY 17, 1973 THE QUESTION OF "WHOLENESS" IN his One-Dimensional Man, Herbert Marcuse contended that technological progress and the homogenization of culture were responsible for the ineffectuality of what he terms the Great Refusal—the resistance of literature and ...
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NO COMPROMISE 3377
Author: Manas Reprints
VOLUME I, NO. 32 AUGUST 11, 1948 NO COMPROMISE ACCORDING to Bertrand Russell, another war is certain, "if nothing drastic is done." This has been Mr. Russell's position for some time, now. He has been widely quoted to the effect that a single worldauthority must be formed to preserve the ...
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A THEORY OF ILLUSIONS 3346
Author: Manas Reprints
VOLUME V, NO. 26 JUNE 25, 1952 A THEORY OF ILLUSIONS ONE of the great problems of life, it seems, lies in learning how to get along with illusions—our own as well as other people's. No one who has in any important degree gone through the experience of "growing up" can claim to be without ...
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WHAT DO PEOPLE THINK? 3319
Author: Manas Reprints
VOLUME II, NO. 47 NOVEMBER 23, 1949 WHAT DO PEOPLE THINK? THE people who write and speak about what is going on in the world are few; those who don't, many. This vast, voiceless core of humanity, sometimes called the Masses, often symbolized by the phrase, the Common Man, needs an interp ...
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THE AGE OF TANTALUS 3317
Author: Manas Reprints
VOLUME III, NO. 30 JULY 26, 1950 THE AGE OF TANTALUS ALL over the world, people are wondering how to stop the trend toward economic and political enslavement. The analyses to explain this trend appear most frequently in three familiar forms: (1) the Vicious-Men theory; (2) the Bad-System ...
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THOUGH AND ACTION 3295
Author: Manas Reprints
VOLUME XIV, NO. 43 OCTOBER 25, 1961 THOUGHT AND ACTION [A reader who lives in the Middle West has set down his reactions to material in several recent MANAS articles, to such point and purpose that we reproduce his letter almost entire. He is concerned chiefly with the lack of connection ...
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DEMOCRACY AND PEACE 3277
Author: Manas Reprints
VOLUME XXVI, NO. 38 SEPTEMBER 19, 1973 DEMOCRACY AND PEACE THE idea that peace and freedom are one and inseparable is a peculiarly American doctrine. The men who wrote the tracts that led to the American Revolution were convinced that a peace they did not make themselves, which they did ...
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REFERENCES FOR THE GOOD SOCIETY 3270
Author: Manas Reprints
VOLUME XIV, NO. 14 APRIL 5, 1961 REFERENCES FOR THE GOOD SOCIETY SOME years ago Julian Huxley proposed to an audience made up of members of the British Association for the Advancement of Science that "man's supernormal or extrasensory faculties are [now] in the same case as were his math ...
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WHO WILL PERSEVERE? 3261
Author: Manas Reprints
VOLUME XVIII, NO. 8 FEBRUARY 24, 1965 WHO WILL PERSEVERE? A GREAT many—if not all—of the projects which invite the heroic efforts of human beings seem accurately described when you say, at the outset, "This thing is really quite impossible, yet it must be attempted." Take for example the ...
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