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Francis Ellingwood Abbot, William James Potter, Benjamin Franklin Underwood - 1875 - Read - More editions
|Man, being conditioned in finite existence, can know nothing of final causes, can |
form no conception of the underlying ... for it ; a condition for menial action, not
however in any sense peculiar to mind in man alone, but also In animal forms. ...
to be forever driving us on and on through the vistas of eternity toward Illusory
allurements of rest, peace, and knowledge. ... In obedience to this law, the farmer
sows his seed, believing that its life will find full expression and reach its ultimate
in the ...
|An in-depth study of the philosophy, science and art of true self-knowledge taught by Bhagavan Sri Ramana Maharshi, giving detailed guidance on the practice of self-investigation (atma-vichara), 'Who am I?'|
|Now in a beautiful, expanded edition, Gretchen offers a wealth of new material including happiness paradoxes and practical tips on many daily matters: being a more light-hearted parent, sticking to a fitness routine, getting your sweetheart ...|
|Giussani challenges us to penetrate the deepest levels of experience to discover our essential selves, breaking through the layers of opinions and judgments that have obscured our true needs.|
|Nietzsche called The Gay Science "the most personal of all my books." It was here that he first proclaimed the death of God -- to which a large part of the book is devoted -- and his doctrine of the eternal recurrence.|
|In his typical unique writing style, Peter Kreeft lets an attractive, honest, and funny relativist interview a "Muslim fundamentalist" absolutist so as not to stack the dice personally for absolutism.|
|Portrays the dramatic lives of the people living in a small town near a huge stone bridge in the Balkans A great stone bridge built three centuries ago in the heart of the Balkans by a Grand Vezir of the Ottoman Empire dominates the setting ...|
|The classic that teaches how to truly LIVE rather than just existing from day to day. As relevant (if not more) today as it was when originally published.|