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Author: Manas Reprints
VOLUME VI, NO. 29 JULY 22, 1953 BOOKS FOR OUR TIME: V WE choose Robert Maynard Hutchins' The Hig ... ed. The Higher Learning, too, stands as symbol for Robert Hutchins' perennial declaration that there really ... inds can be improved. This view is open to criticism. Hutchins criticizes it by pointing out that doctri ... e window and embrace either Communism or Catholicism. Hutchins brought to university teaching and admini ... of help and instruction he receives. According to Hutchins, all the disciplines of "the higher learning" are w ... - [detail] - [similar]
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VOLUME VIII, NO. 51 DECEMBER 21, 1955 VANISHING POINTS ALBERT EINSTEIN will be remembered in hum ... nces of his birth at first weigh heavily against him. Part of David's triumph, incidentally, is his full ... black side I'm an older Australian than any of them. My grandmother's tribe were the Kanyu, and they ru ... ARY WASTING A GOOD MAN'S TIME LAST month (Nov. 20) Robert M. Hutchins, president of the Fund for the Republi ... hat would make the wrong kind of headlines for Mr. Hutchins, and for the American people. They couldn't make hi ... - [detail] - [similar]
Author: Manas Reprints
VOLUME XXXI, NO. 44 NOVEMBER 1, 1978 A NOT YET SETTLED CONTROVERSY IT may be true that no one—no ... apable, distinguished, or even unique. The son was Robert Maynard Hutchins, and his father, William J. Hutch ... ing. We don't know how much influence Berea had on Robert Hutchins' ideas about education, but it may have b ... about intellectual powers if men do not possess them. . . . Are we prepared to defend these principles? ... - [detail] - [similar]
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VOLUME III, NO. 49 DECEMBER 6, 1950 MEN WITH IDEAS: ROBERT MAYNARD HUTCHINS IT is generally beli ... eved that Dr. Robert M. Hutchins, Chancellor of the University of Chica ... sis. The trouble with this, of course, is that Dr. Hutchins, along with Plato, is more or less alone in holding ... ds of souls—humans being rational souls.) Thus Dr. Hutchins, regarding the human essence as a reasoning essence ... the great books—and he is also a man with a program. Through his connection with the University of Chic ... - [detail] - [similar]
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VOLUME II, NO. 14 APRIL 6, 1949 MAN AGAINST ORTHODOXIES THERE is something about the modern view ... distant mountain, would that day come to devour them. History, once an innocent affair, a story or a rom ... , it is difficult to think of a better name for them. European intellectuals have evolved a phrase to co ... el, and not history, The Unterrified, by Constance Robertson (Henry Holt, 1946) , seems an authentic picture ... athletic contests—receipts which, according to Dr. Hutchins, allowed the athletic department to assume an impor ... - [detail] - [similar]
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VOLUME XIII, NO. 27 JULY 6, 1960 THE LITTLE FOXES THIS article should begin with a fair warning ... the way the Greek poet, Archilochus, set the problem. If it is as simple as that, why read Mr. Berlin? M ... ontemporaries he identifies as Neo-Scholastics are Robert M. Hutchins, Mortimer Adler, Pitirim Sorokin, Elis ... able as the heritage of ancient China or of Buddhism. What I am concerned with is the belief of Dr. Hutc ... nclude, in short, that instead of objecting to Mr. Hutchins, Mr. Hayakawa is doing some insisting of his own. H ... - [detail] - [similar]
Author: Manas Reprints
VOLUME XXV, NO. 48 NOVEMBER 29, 1972 A POST-TECHNOLOGICAL FAITH? THE books critical of science a ... areas of affirmation and hope by all this criticism. If not by technology, then by what, will our great ... attempted is a suggestion for working on the problem. But first, to sharpen the issue, we begin with som ... ember 29, 1972 5 to be gained. Here the comment of Robert E. Therapeia, is pertinent: Shorey has noted conce ... schools is provided by a long article by Robert M. Hutchins, "The Great Anti-School Campaign," which was publis ... - [detail] - [similar]
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VOLUME II, NO. 21 MAY 25, 1949 GREAT REFORMERS: LEO TOLSTOY WHILE other nineteenth-century figur ... only the observations that anyone can make about him. The story of his life is not a hidden one. He was ... llenge. Tolstoy passed from enthusiasm to enthusiasm. At home on the family estate in 1858, he installed ... ir work. Without straining, we can think of three: Robert M. Hutchins of the United States; the Spanish Orte ... by Ortega, The Higher Learning in America, by Dr. Hutchins, and Mr. Laski's The Dangers of Obedience. Only to ... - [detail] - [similar]
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VOLUME XXIX, NO. 5 FEBRUARY 4, 1976 OBSCURE SPECIFICATIONS THERE is an emptiness in modern life ... sition of forgetting about the values excluding them. This, therefore, must lead to Eichmanns, to atom b ... hology equipped me not at all for understanding them. It was as if they were not quite people but someth ... nd useful man, the exemplary man, these days. When Robert M. Hutchins, probably the country's leading educat ... Berea from 1920 to 1939. Then his son, Francis S. Hutchins, became president, serving until 1967. Another son ... - [detail] - [similar]
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VOLUME XVIII, NO. 22 JUNE 2, 1965 THE TECHNOLOGICAL PROCESS THE question of whether modern techn ... human. The machine will have helped to liberate him. On the other hand, he now becomes subject to manip ... ns; they sensed that men would not be worthy of them. But we have gone ahead without, and now we must eq ... Dialogue FROM his earliest years in academic life, Robert M. Hutchins has held that the path to learning and ... hat the man he most admired, the controversial Mr. Hutchins, be named as Associate Director. And here we have t ... - [detail] - [similar]
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