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SOME UTOPIAN CONSIDERATIONS 17623
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VOLUME XXX, NO. 10 MARCH 9, 1977 SOME UTOPIAN CONSIDERATIONS BETWEEN the obligations of Up-and-a ... l, pick an issue, any issue, and stare at it a while. If it involves a notably Bad Situation, it will be ... y good book is lost in the welter of the second-rate. Only a critic like this one, who knows what he is ... ticle in Teachers College Record (December, 1971), Robert McClintock says: Comenius cared nought for study; ... celebrating the virtues of Therapeia by Robert E. Cushman, a book on the substance and intent of the Platonic ...
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WORLD WITHOUT DRAMA 15461
Author: Manas Reprints
VOLUME XXII, NO. 3 JANUARY 15, 1969 WORLD WITHOUT DRAMA THERE are no heroes among things. Things ... akthroughs" from elaborate studies of something else. Let an ape pound his chest in the jungle, and ency ... nationalism may appear in the appropriate literature. Would we like to learn how to make peace? The paci ... , Socratic Method and Critical Philosophy, Dover.) Robert E. Cushman, an American theologian, saw in Plato a ...
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THE ALWAYS PERTINENT QUESTION 15021
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VOLUME XXXV, NO. 50 DECEMBER 15, 1982 THE ALWAYS PERTINENT QUESTION WHAT is the mind? The questi ... e wonder of what some people say about what they see. No mechanist explanation can apply. The ranges of ... . What do the scientists say? They by no means agree. Thomas Huxley called the mind an "epiphenomenon," ... Mind works with the good of the whole in view. As Robert Cushman, author of Therapeia, says in his first MA ...
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THE FALL 14629
Author: Manas Reprints
VOLUME XX, NO. 35 AUGUST 30, 1967 THE FALL WHILE there are both philosophical and theological ex ... ation of human beings from some original high estate. In the Platonic system of thought, man is some kin ... nvironing society is only suggestive, never decisive. Plato was well aware that, on this basis, human pr ... it; at any rate, the distinguished Plato scholar, Robert E. Cushman, wrote an entire book, Therapeia, devot ...
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A TRIP TO INDIA 14237
Author: Manas Reprints
VOLUME XL, NO. 15 APRIL 15, 1987 A TRIP TO INDIA ABOUT a year and four months ago, a young man w ... at home can hardly imagine, and may find instructive. The Conference was called into being by a number o ... rings home something of the quality of their example. He says in one place: The setting was a 60-year-ol ... ll, Therapeia—Plato's Conception of Philosophy, by Robert E. Cushman, and now available from Greenwood Press ... this is to read and reread the Greek philosopher. Cushman, author of Therapeia, has done this, and offered th ...
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THE SORT OF PERSONS WE ARE 14212
Author: Manas Reprints
VOLUME XXII, NO. 43 OCTOBER 22, 1969 THE SORT OF PERSONS WE ARE TWO courses are open for discuss ... or against some view, if it is to be of any service." So there is nothing technically reprehensible in ... emselves what unspeakable criminals they have become. So it is manifest insanity to delay decision until ... peculiarly useful to us in our present situation. Robert E. Cushman, a modern Plato scholar, has assembled ...
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DECIDING WHAT TO DO 13550
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VOLUME XXXV, NO. 13 MARCH 31, 1982 DECIDING WHAT TO DO DURING more than thirty-four years of pub ... ary, 1964. Meanwhile, our condition does not improve. The writers of these critical studies reach only a ... ther we develop strong characters or we over-consume. Yet it is very difficult to promote thoughtful sel ... ons, which are amply available. The time has come, Robert Heilbroner declared a few years ago, for the onset ... n a help. The other book is Therapeia by Robert E. Cushman, a remarkably complete and balanced presentation of ...
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