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|" Inspired by these poetic terms, Jeffrey J. Kripal reveals how the works of scholars of mysticism are often rooted in their own mystical experiences, "roads of excess," which can both lead to important insights into these scholars' works ...|
|I mean, if the road of excess does indeed lead to the palace of wisdom, then the |
king of wise men would be Keith Richards, right? And what about all the other
purveyors of excess, whose crushed hearts, minds, and bodies lay strewn along
Jan Bakker, J. A. Verleun, David Wilkinson - 1987 - 241 pages
|It is a Blakean road of excess he is reluctant to follow; hence his not |
unreasonable question: 'What's left us then? ... Stephen's road of excess leads
him first to a brothel, and then to Bloom's house, neither place precisely a palace
|“It's 'The roads of excess sometimes lead to the palace of wisdom. ... Marriage of |
Heaven and Hell,” the “Proverbs From Hell” section, directly following “Drive your
cart and your plow over the bones of the dead”: “The road of excess leads to .
|8 “The road of excess leads to the palace of wisdom” The Hero as Romantic |
Rebel Let us sate the fervors ofpassion in depths ofsensuality! ... Let'splunge into
the torrents of time, into the whirl ofeventful existence! There, as chance wills let ...
|The road of excess leads to the palace of wisdom. The king asked where the idea |
had come from and the young person told him, confident that he would restore
the parent to the post of principal adviser. And so it happened. The parents were
|Blind to future consequences, many of them (particularly Jim Morrison) embraced |
William Blake's famous maxim: "The road of excess leads to the palace of
wisdom."144 Yet when all is said and done, many of them found out too late that
|Blake's The Marriage ofHeaven and Hell ('The road of excess leads to the palace |
of wisdom') was rewritten as 'The road of excess leads to the palace of Willesden'
.1A bleaker message, visible to commuters from the nearby London ...
|do you do when you are quite patently more than your parents can cope with, |
when you (and they) finally cannot avoid the fact that you are too much for them?
If, in adolescence, the road of excess leads to the Palace of Wisdom, then the ...
|“How about 'The road of excess leads to the palace of wisdom”?” I said. I'd |
quoted this Blake maxim often over the years, to give my own road of excess
poetic credibility. “I don't like drugs,” Borden said flatly, “if that's what it takes to get
to the ...
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