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Author: Manas Reprints
VOLUME XXXVII, NO. 19 MAY 9, 1984 QUESTION FOR OUR TIME A CENTURY divides the counsels of Thomas ... fragmented world view" is subjected to analysis by Thomas Merton in some reflections on Adolf Eichmann of in ... l inevitably become the fate of every river on earth. Their waters will be turned out of their channels ... rom the splendid devotion to "facts," advocated by Thomas Huxley, but we haven't come full circle. What shal ... - [detail] - [similar]
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VOLUME I, NO. 37 SEPTEMBER 15, 1948 A SCIENTIST LOOKS EASTWARD THERE is a certain logic, if litt ... ent advice given to young scientists by Dr. Julian Huxley, who is now Director General of the United Nations ... Health, the eminent British zoologist, grandson of Thomas H. Huxley, advocated the practical study of "yoga" ... longing to the same broad field of "psychic research." Jacolliot, of course, was generally disbelieved b ... cal Society in 1869 as a program of serious research. Later, the London Society for Psychical Research ( ... - [detail] - [similar]
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VOLUME XI, NO. 46 NOVEMBER 12, 1958 FATHER TO THE MAN IN last week's MANAS, in "Children . . . a ... rate, the role of the arts is obscure in this epoch. In other times, artists have been the creators of ... orth while is not a "pattern," it is a break-through. How can children be helped to hold the magic of ch ... ooney puts it: REVIEW THE BITE OF A. HUXLEY ALDOUS HUXLEY, both a brilliant writer and a courageous man, has ... Huxley's latest novel, The Genius and the Goddess, Thomas E. Cooney remarks that the central character appea ... - [detail] - [similar]
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VOLUME VIII, NO. 47 NOVEMBER 23, 1955 ROMANCE IN ANTHROPOLOGY THE humble—or not so humble—layman ... ion. In the nineteenth century, scientists such as Thomas Huxley obviously felt that a blow struck for the a ... of human evolution was a blow for Science and Truth. Huxley's rhetoric was impressive: "Whatever system ... n is derived from some member of the Simiidæ," and Huxley, his great champion, echoed the claim, even to dist ... a book published in 1941, Man Stands Alone, Julian Huxley, zoologist grandson of the famous T. H. Huxley of D ... - [detail] - [similar]
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VOLUME I, NO. 11 MARCH 17, 1948 THE NEW INTELLIGENCE THE man who knows he has made mistakes, yet ... ersonal sanity which gives his book its unique worth. It has, first, an intellectual honesty which ought ... nt, but without a single echo of another man's truth. It is all his, and it is good. But more than anyth ... entific truth. It can be argued, for example, that Thomas H. Huxley, the great champion of Darwinism, was di ... in order to save the arts and civilization. Prof. Huxley, in short, needed a dualistic universe to maintain ... - [detail] - [similar]
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VOLUME XIX, NO. 21 MAY 25, 1966 HUMANISTIC PSYCHOLOGY FOR EDUCATION . . . by subjective obstacle ... concepts which are no longer useful in our research. . . . There is a crying need for new concepts with ... hould be given attention. It contains papers by A. H. Maslow, Carl Rogers, Earl Kelley, and Arthur Combs ... On Becoming a Person, 1961. 33. See, for example, Huxley, Julian, New Bottles for New Wine, Chatto 1957, or ... ersey, D. Van Nostrand Co., Inc., 1964. 21. Szasz, Thomas S., The Myth of Mental Illness, New York, Harper & ... - [detail] - [similar]
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VOLUME II, NO. 13 MARCH 30, 1949 THE OTHER WORLD THE spirit of man," an old scripture says, "has ... fe must include also a sense of the meaning of death. Death is either a part of life or death is life's ... ife—one that includes the idea of a life after death. Reasoning thus is far from being wishful thinking. ... r, in his Appreciations, describes a letter by Sir Thomas Browne on the subject of death. Pater, himself a m ... anent part of the cultural atmosphere. Even Thomas Huxley, whose polemics on behalf of Darwinism in anthropol ... - [detail] - [similar]
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VOLUME II, NO. 16 APRIL 20, 1949 THE NATIONAL IDEA ANY idea which was once an animating and insp ... ility I confine my attention to the land of my birth. But it is inclusive in the sense that my service i ... patriot is not different from the law of a patriarch. And a patriot is so much the less of a patriot if ... of evolution in its modern acceptation, but it was Thomas Henry Huxley (1825-1895) who popularized it, and t ... he name Huxley, in this connection, has almost become synonymous w ... - [detail] - [similar]
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VOLUME V, NO. 13 MARCH 26, 1952 PATTERN THINKING AN amiable critic—amiable because he shares our ... nials or to theological oversimplifications, or both. This is the pragmatic justification for metaphysic ... rest in such "fringe" activities as psychic research. What, they ask, can serious men like ourselves hav ... s essay, Edgar Allen Poe is a major target for Mr. Huxley, and everyone familiar with Poe's excesses in "tint ... ch dates back to the days of Benjamin Franklin and Thomas Jefferson. Abroad today in the former enemy lands ... - [detail] - [similar]
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VOLUME XXVII, NO. 26-35 JUNE 16, 1974 INVITATION TO LEARNING IN Science and the Modern World, Al ... ganic" is the key idea of a widespread popular faith. As the prevailing principle of explanation, Newton ... and half to the forest. Volume XXVII, No. 26-35 D. H. Lawrence, when he came to America, found communion ... emic degrees and professional "certification" (see Thomas Oden's article in the Spring Journal of Humanist P ... t celebrated champion of sight-training was Aldous Huxley, who regained considerable vision after going nearl ... - [detail] - [similar]
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