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|Lopez conveys the full dizziness of the Western encounter with Tibet and Tibetan Buddhism."—Fred Pheil, Tricycle: The Buddhist Review "A timely and courageous exploration. . . . [Lopez's] book will sharpen the terms of the debate over ...|
|It was not due to any personal bravery that I had said that we ought to go in that |
night. ... We were all so eager to put Wingate's ideas and plans into action, and
we all so much believed that these ideas were the keys to the defeat of the Japs,
|But now here we are, we have to go, we have no choice,” he said. “We have |
spent three years with this crossing in our heads, and now, sometimes, I feel like I
am in prison. A prison of our idea.” That is the biggest difference between ...
|We will see how the original hero of this antiquated version gets replaced by new |
heroes. First, farmers get replaced by captains of industry and then, more recently
, by entrepreneurs. However, for the moment suffice to say that economic ideas ...
|... of ideas which otherwise never would have been thought. . . . We are not |
permitted to become uniform in the TVA because our experiences run across so
many fields and affect so many people who will not let us get by in a self-satisfied
|Einstein, Albert Harold, like the rest of us, had many impressions which saved |
him the trouble of distinct ideas. - Eliot, George We are prisoners of ideas. -
Emerson, Ralph Waldo It is a lesson which all history teaches wise men, 7
Neither man ...
|Many ideas were discussed. We talked about modes of exit~would we drive, |
would we fly? Driving, we figured, would prove extraordinarily dangerous. Silke
believed strongly that we would be flown out. We talked about a helicopter
|Furthermore, the mind itself is dissolved into mere ideas, leaving us with loose |
units of ideas and perceptions about which we can say nothing definite. The mind
is the individual's best, most loyal, secret and inalienable friend: always there to ...
|We were not sufficiently well advised to form any very correct ideas of the |
situation, yet from the rebel papers, which were willingly sold to *' Yankees," we
drew our inferences ; and from what we gathered here and there from persons