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Author: Manas Reprints
VOLUME XXIV, NO. 3 JANUARY 20, 1971 THE IDEAL OF PLENITUDE LEWIS MUMFORD'S new book, The Pentago ... Pentagon of Power represents the fruition of a cycle of criticism which has been gathering strength ever ... halt; how low his hope lies. He who loves the bristle of bayonets only sees in their glitter what beforeh ... wants—and the limited capacities of the earth. Leo Marx, who teaches English and American studies at Amhers ... belongs with the writings of Lynn White, Jr., Aldo Leopold, Joseph Wood Krutch, Walter Weisskopf, and E. ... - [detail] - [similar]
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VOLUME XVIII, NO. 35 SEPTEMBER 1, 1965 THE PARA-PASTORAL IDEAL WE have for review a book which a ... n we expected of it. The Machine in the Garden, by Leo Marx (Oxford University Press, 1965, $6.75), is no ... tting larger and larger audiences, these days. Mr. Marx, who currently teaches American and English studies ... f the universe." Technological progress, notes Mr. Marx, is taken as evidence that "man is gaining access t ... uestion is practically nonexistent. The chosen people of the United States have going for them a great, e ... - [detail] - [similar]
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VOLUME XXXIV, NO. 45 NOVEMBER 11, 1981 RESTORING THE BALANCE THE really important things have pr ... d fold more than they do at present, with innumerable other happy proposals. The only inconvenience is, t ... ize the race. In The Machine in the Garden (1964), Leo Marx summarizes Carlyle on John Locke: "His whole ... cism and implacable conflict. Volume XXXIV, No. 45 Marx, Mendel points out, spent long years of research in ... nd historians, citing in summary something said by Leopold Infeld, Polish physicist and colleague of Eins ... - [detail] - [similar]
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VOLUME XIII, NO. 43 OCTOBER 26, 1960 WHO HELPS THE WORLD? IT is generally assumed by thoughtful ... th century. There is as much importance in reading Marx, Bakunin, Proudhon, and Lenin, as there is in compr ... l system, free or otherwise, can survive a long cycle of blindly stubborn identification of economics, po ... ral confusion. How does it happen that so many people of the modern world have been willing to submit to ... - [detail] - [similar]
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VOLUME IX, NO. 30 JULY 25, 1956 TOMORROW'S ORTHODOXIES NO special qualifications for prophecy ar ... aith in the passage of years or centuries is the role of the priest. If the priest is important as an int ... a man must have a philosophy in which he plays a role of dignity and honor. So, in recent years, psychoth ... bert Spencer. Yet Spencer was as good a prophet as Marx, if not better in some respects. Following is a quo ... - [detail] - [similar]
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VOLUME XXI, NO. 5 JANUARY 31, 1968 SCHOLAR, POET, PROPHET The great heresy of the modern world i ... animals to mate, and brought forth the yearly miracle of vegetation. . . . It prostrated itself, on the c ... d intelligentsia. Behind Mumford there stands, not Marx, but Emerson, Freud, Jung, Kropotkin—and perhaps mo ... e than one half of Mumford's book deals with the paleolithic and neolithic periods. This, along with the ... s exactly right. "Behind Mumford there stands, not Marx, but Emerson. . . ," and, one might add, Thoreau. I ... - [detail] - [similar]
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VOLUME XVIII, NO. 23 JUNE 9, 1965 GROWING UP ABSTRACTLY [This interview with Paul Goodman, with ... o alter the community. What did you mean by the title of your book, Compulsory Mis-Education? We have a c ... ut it this way. The act of education is a very simple one. It's simply this: that at age nine or ten or e ... ne in the Garden (Oxford University Press), by Leo Marx, promises to bring some order to the argument by pl ... for the Study of Democratic Institutions, D. G. Poole observes: . . . the most intriguing and challenging ... - [detail] - [similar]
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VOLUME XVII, NO. 19 MAY 6, 1964 LITERATURE AND LIFE THE encounter of the hero with the obstacles ... uation as a starting-point for discussion of the role of the Myth in human life, making an attempt to cla ... k came to mind easily as an illustration of this role of literature in relation to life for the reason th ... ction becomes difficult; again, you're not "sure." Marx, they say, lost his first job as editor of a German ... cessarily complicated and turgid the brief and simple outline and suggestions so usefully and pleasantly ... - [detail] - [similar]
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