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Meister Eckhart's Sermons By Eckhart Johannes
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Meister Eckhart was a fourteenth century Dominican monk. Considered a forerunner to the Reformation, he was an established theologian, and as a result had a profound impact upon medieval... More > scholasticism mostly through his sermons. Meister Eckhart's Sermons contains some of his short sermons. The sermons themselves are in relatively plain English. In them, Eckhart flirts with some controversial topics. He describes the soul as "laying hold" of God in a mystical manner, so that there is "no distinction" between God and the soul. Indeed, some of his more radical teachings were eventually condemned by a papal council as heretical. But Eckhart does illustrate a way to synthesize one's religious belief with one's philosophy. Interesting and demanding, Meister Eckhart's Sermons will challenge a person's conception of God and religion. -Tim Perrine, CCEL Staff Writer< Less
Time and Creation in Gregory of Nyssa and Meister Eckhart By George Valsamis
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To what extent creation implies the Creator’s nearness to His works? What kind of ‘paradise’ man abandoned with the ‘transgression’? Which is the ‘prime... More > matter’ of beings? What is the meaning for man of the spatiotemporal structure and change as opposed to the simplicity of the divine nature? What does the origin of beings ‘out of nothing’ mean? How is the divine will related to space and time? What is the meaning of the end of times? What does creation of man ‘according to the image’ mean? How is the soul related to Creation? How does Monotheism agree with trinitarianism and what is the real value of trinitarianism for the existence of God and man? Raising questions related with these issues, the current study of the cosmology of Gregory of Nyssa and Meister Eckhart highlights also the importance of theoretical similarities and differences between the two great Christian Mystics.    Official page: www.elpenor.org< Less
TO BE, TO THINK, TO LOVE, TO DO. Meister Eckhart ethics for your life. By Claudia Daneu
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To live has never been easy. Thus ethics is born as the art of being, thinking, loving and doing. Meister Eckhart´s teachings reveal a concept of duty absolutely different from the current... More > concept, and even from the concept of duty in most systems throughout the history of philosophy. In his view, duty is moved by freedom and pure love toward God, the human race and the world. Freedom and love are the most powerful tools to think, decide, and act with, at any time in lifetime, in all respects. The deepest comprehension of one´s own story is fundamental, and Meister Eckhart also explains how to transfigure suffering and take consolation from it. In the eckhartian ethics all events and things find their meaning within the greatest unity of sense, where God´s will and man´s will interact unceasingly. Meister Eckhart discovers the divine uncreated essence deeply concealed in man´s nature. But to follow this way will imply the acceptance, the disposition, and the personal effort on your part.< Less
TO BE, TO THINK, TO LOVE, TO DO - Meister Eckhart´s ethics for your life. By Claudia Daneu
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To live has never been easy. Thus ethics is born as the art of being, thinking, loving and doing. Meister Eckhart´s teachings reveal a concept of duty absolutely different from the current... More > concept, and even from the concept of duty in most systems throughout the history of philosophy. In his view, duty is moved by freedom and pure love toward God, the human race and the world. Freedom and love are the most powerful tools to think, decide, and act with, at any time in lifetime, in all respects. The deepest comprehension of one´s own story is fundamental, and Meister Eckhart also explains how to transfigure suffering and take consolation from it. In the eckhartian ethics all events and things find their meaning within the greatest unity of sense, where God´s will and man´s will interact unceasingly. Meister Eckhart discovers the divine uncreated essence deeply concealed in man´s nature. But to follow this way will imply the acceptance, the disposition, and the personal effort on your part.< Less
SER, PENSAR, AMAR Y OBRAR. La ética de Meister Eckhart para la vida. By Claudia Daneu
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El difícil camino del hombre por esta tierra hace que sea imprescindible la ética, entendida como el arte de vivir en el mundo, el arte de SER, PENSAR, AMAR Y OBRAR. La mística... More > de Meister Eckhart deriva en una ética bien determinada e integral, diseñada para ser aplicada a la realidad en todo tiempo y lugar. Son dos las claves para ello: 1) El concepto eckhartiano del deber, que incluye como elementos primordiales al amor y la libertad. 2) La posibilidad de transformar el sufrimiento en consuelo: Eckhart enseña cómo, paradójicamente, la contracara de toda tragedia es redención, bendición y bienaventuranza. La ética eckhartiana permite hallar un significado para cada acontecimiento grande o pequeño, para cada don en la vida, remitiendo a una unidad de sentido mayor, donde permanentemente se conjuga la voluntad del hombre con la voluntad de Dios.< Less
SER, PENSAR, AMAR Y OBRAR. La ética de Meister Eckhart para la vida. By Claudia Daneu
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El difícil camino del hombre por esta tierra hace que sea imprescindible la ética, entendida como el arte de vivir en el mundo, el arte de SER, PENSAR, AMAR Y OBRAR. La mística... More > de Meister Eckhart deriva en una ética bien determinada e integral, diseñada para ser aplicada a la realidad en todo tiempo y lugar. Son dos las claves para ello: 1) El concepto eckhartiano del deber, que incluye como elementos primordiales al amor y la libertad. 2) La posibilidad de transformar el sufrimiento en consuelo: Eckhart enseña cómo, paradójicamente, la contracara de toda tragedia es redención, bendición y bienaventuranza. La ética eckhartiana permite hallar un significado para cada acontecimiento grande o pequeño, para cada don en la vida, remitiendo a una unidad de sentido mayor, donde permanentemente se conjuga la voluntad del hombre con la voluntad de Dios.< Less
The Life, Selected Sermons and Treaties By Meister Eckehart
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The importance of Eckhart in the history of scholastic philosophy is considerable. At that period all the efforts of religious philosophy were directed to widen theology, and to effect reconciliation... More > between reasons and faith. The fundamental idea of Eckhart’s philosophy is that of the Absolute or Abstract Unity conceived as the sole real existence. His God is the agnostic of the Neo-Platonist: He is absolutely devoid of attributes.God is incomprehensible, in fact, with regard to our limited intelligence, God is the origin and end of every being.Of the Absolute we have no cognizance but only of phenomena, but by the resolute endeavor to abstract ourselves from time and space, we can, according to Eckhart, at rare moments, attain to the Absolute by virtue of what he calls the spark (Funkelein) of the soul, which comes direct from God? This is really God acting in man, to know God is to be one with God. Within these pages you will discover the life of the man, the issues regarding the myths and the facts.< Less
The Life, Select Sermons and Treatises By Meister Eckehart
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The importance of Eckhart in the history of scholastic philosophy is considerable. At that period all the efforts of religious philosophy were directed to widen theology, and to effect reconciliation... More > between reasons and faith. The fundamental idea of Eckhart’s philosophy is that of the Absolute or Abstract Unity conceived as the sole real existence. His God is the agnostic of the Neo-Platonist: He is absolutely devoid of attributes, which would be a limitation of His Infinity. God is incomprehensible, in fact, with regard to our limited intelligence, God is the origin and end of every being. Of the Absolute we have no cognizance but only of phenomena, but by the resolute endeavor to abstract ourselves from time and space, we can, according to Eckhart, at rare moments, attain to the Absolute by virtue of what he calls the spark (Funkelein) of the soul, which comes direct from God? This is really God acting in man, to know God is to be one with God. This is the the means of attaining to there is completeness.< Less
Mysticism: Christian and Buddhist By Daisetz Teitaro Suzuki
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D. T. Suzuki performs a careful and insightful comparison of the Christian mysticism of Meister Eckhart, with core Buddhist teachings. Christian mysticism and Buddhist reflect the same Universal... More > experience of union with God.< Less
Mystics of the Renaissance By Rudolf Steiner
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And their relation to modern thought, including Meister Eckhart, Tauler, Paracelsus, Jacob Boehme, Giordano. CONTENTS include: Meister Eckhart -- Friendship with God [Tauler, Suso, and Ruysbroeck] --... More > Cardinal Nicholas of Cusa -- Agrippa von Nettesheim and Theophrastus Paracelsus -- Valentine Weigel and Jacob Boehme -- Giordano Bruno and Angelus Silesius.< Less

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