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MEN WITH IDEAS: W. MACNEILE DIXON 22964
Author: Manas Reprints
VOLUME III, NO. 40 OCTOBER 4, 1950 MEN WITH IDEAS: W. MACNEILE DIXON IT is extremely doubtful th ... at there will ever be another book like W. Macneile Dixon's The Human Situation. There may, perhaps, b ... e other men born like Dixon, but the conjunction of a man like Dixon with anoth ... readers around the world. But this tells little of Dixon, really. The Englishman is the work of a man who re ...
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BOOKS FOR OUR TIME: DISCUSSION 20680
Author: Manas Reprints
VOLUME VI, NO. 49 DECEMBER 9, 1953 BOOKS FOR OUR TIME: DISCUSSION The Books 1. THE HUMAN SITUATI ... ON W. Macneile Dixon Long mans, 1937 (MANAS Review, Feb. 4) 2. PS ... loat around in a veritable sea of learning. So, as Macneile Dixon once put it: "Let each man cast his spear an ... ed after a reading of Dixon's The Human Situation. Dixon, incidentally, is surprisingly amplified by Erich F ... us, there is the disposition Volume VI, No. 49 of Macneile Dixon to regard most seriously the concept of pali ...
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BOOKS FOR OUR TIME: I 19040
Author: Manas Reprints
VOLUME VI, NO. 5 FEBRUARY 4, 1953 BOOKS FOR OUR TIME: I IN conversation not long ago, an able an ... taphysical symbols. (1) The Human Situation, by W. Macneile Dixon We hold that the books of our time which con ... Mind, by J. B. Rhine Since first on the list is W. Macneile Dixon's Human Situation, often referred to in thes ... this particular book, alone of his works, affords. Dixon, it seems to us, here took a long stride into the f ... tle whether anything else be "real." Slowly, since Dixon, have come along other attempts to revitalize and s ...
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THE PROBLEMS OF THE AGE 18674
Author: Manas Reprints
VOLUME XXVIII, NO. 24 JUNE 11, 1975 THE PROBLEMS OF THE AGE ON at least a few occasions, a pictu ... eed to escape into saving generality. Something by Macneile Dixon may help: When you enter the temple of the a ... d one start? Tastes differ, but, early or late, W. Macneile Dixon's Hellas Revisited should be on the reading ... ue and right, and to rally to the colors? Macneile Dixon, an Englishman perfectly at home in these fields of ...
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THE PROBLEMS OF THE AGE 18674
Author: Manas Reprints
VOLUME XXVIII, NO. 24 JUNE 11, 1975 THE PROBLEMS OF THE AGE ON at least a few occasions, a pictu ... eed to escape into saving generality. Something by Macneile Dixon may help: When you enter the temple of the a ... d one start? Tastes differ, but, early or late, W. Macneile Dixon's Hellas Revisited should be on the reading ... ue and right, and to rally to the colors? Macneile Dixon, an Englishman perfectly at home in these fields of ...
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THE INADEQUACY OF FEAR 18016
Author: Manas Reprints
VOLUME VII, NO. 33 AUGUST 18, 1954 THE INADEQUACY OF FEAR EDWARD GIBBON WAKEFIELD wrote his memo ... esting that the author's critical discussion of W. Macneile Dixon imposes on the editors of MANAS something of ... his partisanship that Dr. Dixon stands accused: W. Macneile Dixon's Gifford Lectures for 19351937 are clearly ... l from life, negation of value in human happiness. Dixon, furthermore, did not pretend to summarize Eastern ...
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A NEEDED INQUIRY 16611
Author: Manas Reprints
VOLUME XXXVII, NO. 21 MAY 23, 1984 A NEEDED INQUIRY THESE are days in which our political arrang ... facts and first principles. One such thinker is W. Macneile Dixon, an Englishman of the first half of this cen ... have a crucial part in making the human situation. Dixon, in short, would have us take ourselves and our liv ... tunately, by reason of the efforts of writers like Dixon, the thoughts of these sages are being given fresh ... outer world also in its living glory. The arts, W. Macneile Dixon said in Civilization and the Arts, "should b ...
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ON BOOKS WORTH REREADING 16347
Author: Manas Reprints
VOLUME XXXIX, NO. 38 SEPTEMBER 17, 1986 ON BOOKS WORTH REREADING THERE are certain books which, ... ored. Another book, then, that we go back to is W. Macneile Dixon's The Human Situation, which we read in regu ... es of the long passage on evolution quoted from W. MacNeile Dixon, at the end of this week's lead article. Whe ...
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THE WHOLE OCEAN IS OURS 15967
Author: Manas Reprints
VOLUME XIII, NO. 10 MARCH 9, 1960 THE WHOLE OCEAN IS OURS NARCISSUS, it is said, found a delusiv ... med "spiritual." Paralleling the conclusions of W. Macneile Dixon in The Human Situation, Sandbeck invites con ... Death. His underlying spirit is reminiscent of W. Macneile Dixon, and we are reminded of how Dixon liberates ...
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BOOKS FOR OUR TIME: VIII 15323
Author: Manas Reprints
VOLUME VI, NO. 47 NOVEMBER 25, 1953 BOOKS FOR OUR TIME: VIII OF the original list of seven books ... urning for a moment to the first book on our list, Macneile Dixon's Human Situation, we find a paragraph on th ... enomena, or content ourselves with ruminating over Macneile Dixon's perspectives? Our second, or distinguishin ... eoretical science, philosophy and religion, as was Dixon, with the characteristic cultural delusions exposed ...
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