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The questions of self-identity in the work of Edgar Allan Poe. By Piero Ruju
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This original and well presented essay analyses the question of self-identity in Edgar Allan Poe's: “The Fall of the House of Usher”; “MS Found in a Bottle”; “The Masque... More > of the Red Death”; “A Descent into the Maelström”; “William Wilson”; “The Black Cat”; “The Tell-Tale Heart”. For further details, please check 'Vedi l'anteprima del libro'. Per maggiori informazioni circa i miei lavori potete visitare i miei Blog :: Please check my Blogs at http://pieroruju.blogspot.com OPPURE http://thecityofbrokenglasses.blogspot.com< Less
The questions of self-identity in the work of Edgar Allan Poe. By Piero Ruju
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This original and well presented essay analyses the question of self-identity in Edgar Allan Poe's: “The Fall of the House of Usher”; “MS Found in a Bottle”; “The Masque... More > of the Red Death”; “A Descent into the Maelström”; “William Wilson”; “The Black Cat”; “The Tell-Tale Heart”. For further details, please check 'Vedi l'anteprima del libro'. Per maggiori informazioni circa i miei lavori potete visitare i miei Blog :: Please check my Blogs at http://pieroruju.blogspot.com OPPURE http://thecityofbrokenglasses.blogspot.com< Less
Behind the Masks of God By Robert Laynton
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The big questions. Is there a God? Is there meaning and purpose to life? What happens after our physical death? Why are religions that claim to access Truth often in violent conflict with each other?... More > If there is a God, why is there so much suffering and evil? Drawing on over forty years of personal transcendent experiences together with studies in spirituality, psychology and theology, the author considers the foundations of spiritual experience, belief and practice. In the process, religious and spiritual beliefs are categorized, basic conceptions about spirituality and knowledge are considered, spiritual paths are described, the role of morality and gender in spirituality is touched upon, and the nature of existence and experience is contemplated. Does 'Inner Spirituality' offer real answers to the big questions or are such adepts mistaken? This second edition outlines a 'Spiritual Matrix'. The main text has been grammatically revised throughout and an index has been added for easy reference.< Less
Behind the Masks of God By Robert Laynton
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The big questions - Is there a God? Is there meaning and purpose to life? What happens after our physical death? Why are religions often in violent conflict with each other? If there is a God, why is... More > there so much suffering and evil? One approach that seeks to answer these questions is the 'mystical' tradition - the tradition of 'Inner spirituality' in which people seem to gain a direct experience of Truth, Reality and the 'spiritual realm'. But how does this this sit with orthodox religion? What sort of theology or philosophy does it elicit? Are these experiences consistent with each other? More importantly, are those who have these experiences really perceiving the Ground of existence or is this experience something else? Drawing on over forty years of personal transcendent experiences, author Robert Laynton explores such themes with insight and in depth.< Less
Sri Sankara*s Vivekachudamani By Pranipata Chaitanya & Satinder Dhiman
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The Vivekachudamani, literally "The Crest-Jewel of Discrimination," is perhaps the most famous non-commentarial work of Sankara~ the pre-eminent 8th century Indian philosopher, that lucidly... More > expounds Advaita Vedanta philosophy. Having written pioneering and monumental commentaries on triple canon (prasthanatraya)"comprising the Upanishads, the Bhagavad Gita and the Brahma Sutras,Sankara also composed several sub-texts in simple Sanskrit, called prakaranagranthas (philosophical treatises), with a view to bringing the message of Vedanta to common people. The Vivekachudamani, as its name signifies, is the crown jewel of such prarkarana texts and is widely considered as a vade mecum of quintessential Vedanta theory and practice. This work is not intended so much for scholars as it is for spiritual aspirants and practitioners desirous of a faithful yet readable translation of this essential treatise of Advaita Vedanta.< Less
Sri Sankara*s Vivekachudamani By Pranipata Chaitanya & Satinder Dhiman
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The Vivekachudamani, literally "The Crest-Jewel of Discrimination," is perhaps the most famous non-commentarial work of Sankara~ the pre-eminent 8th century Indian philosopher, that lucidly... More > expounds Advaita Vedanta philosophy. Having written pioneering and monumental commentaries on triple canon (prasthanatraya)"comprising the Upanishads, the Bhagavad Gita and the Brahma Sutras,Sankara also composed several sub-texts in simple Sanskrit, called prakaranagranthas (philosophical treatises), with a view to bringing the message of Vedanta to common people. The Vivekachudamani, as its name signifies, is the crown jewel of such prarkarana texts and is widely considered as a vade mecum of quintessential Vedanta theory and practice. This work is not intended so much for scholars as it is for spiritual aspirants and practitioners desirous of a faithful yet readable translation of this essential treatise of Advaita Vedanta.< Less
Inside Reality: The Inner View of Existence By Dr. Thomas Stark
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There are those, such as scientists, who see only the outside of reality, its appearance, its surface, its phenomenal aspect. They are blind to the inside, the substance, the foundation, the noumenal... More > aspect. They dismiss it as non-existent, or illusion, or epiphenomenon. Scientists are those that believe that phenomena have no underlying noumena. What you see is what you get. Seeing is believing. Everything is appearance. Nothing is concealed. There are no hidden variables, and no unobservables. The scientific method says, “Observe”. That works only if everything is observable. If there are foundational unobservables, science is catastrophically wrong and has cut itself off from the truth. The only “truth” it can furnish is that of surfaces and appearances with no substance. Those who truly want to understand reality must become masters of both perspectives – inside and outside, noumenon and phenomenon – and see how they relate, communicate and interact.< Less
Philosophy of Mind By Andreas Sofroniou
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The philosophy of the mind deals with the examination of problems revolving around the concept of the mind. The mental may be distinguished from the physical in various ways: intentionality and... More > consciousness provide important features of mental states. An important part of the argument is the claim that mental states are known in a special way: they are directly given, transparent to their owner and known infallibly. Monist and materialist believe that reality is physical and explained by natural science; sought in various ways to understand the mind in material terms. Behaviourism advocates that psychology should concern itself exclusively with observation of behaviour, disregarding introspection altogether. Others propose that mental states are the same as states of the brain. Dissatisfaction with these overly simple attempts to incorporate the mental into the physical realm led to the development of functionalism.< Less
Philosophy of Mind By Andreas Sofroniou
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The philosophy of the mind deals with the examination of problems revolving around the concept of the mind. The mental may be distinguished from the physical in various ways: intentionality and... More > consciousness provide important features of mental states. An important part of the argument is the claim that mental states are known in a special way: they are directly given, transparent to their owner and known infallibly. Monist and materialist believe that reality is physical and explained by natural science; sought in various ways to understand the mind in material terms. Behaviourism advocates that psychology should concern itself exclusively with observation of behaviour, disregarding introspection altogether. Others propose that mental states are the same as states of the brain. Dissatisfaction with these overly simple attempts to incorporate the mental into the physical realm led to the development of functionalism.< Less
The Book of Thought: Mind Matters By Dr. Thomas Stark
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Thoughts can create worlds. Every time you dream, you make worlds out of your own thoughts. You do not make dreamworlds out of atoms, out of "matter". How many people grasp the significance... More > of this fact? A dream, in and of itself, proves that a mind can create what convincingly passes as a material world, even though the dreamworld emphatically isn't material, but is made of thoughts produced by the mind of the dreamer. Why don't we indulge in the boldest of thoughts? If one mind can build a dreamworld out of its own thoughts, what would happen if all minds dreamt together? What world might they create with their united effort, with their thoughts pulled together and operating as one? In fact, they would build the very world we are living in right now! This is a universe of thought, and nothing but mind matters.< Less

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