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The Beautiful and the Damned By F. Scott Fitzgerald
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Aonia edizioni. The Beautiful and Damned, first published by Scribner's in 1922, is F. Scott Fitzgerald's second novel. The novel provides a portrait of the Eastern elite during the Jazz Age,... More > exploring New York Café Society. As with his other novels, Fitzgerald's characters are complex, especially in their marriage and intimacy, much like how he treats intimacy in Tender Is the Night. The book is believed to be largely based on Fitzgerald's relationship and marriage with Zelda Fitzgerald. The Beautiful and Damned is at once a morality tale, a meditation on love, money and decadence, and a social document. This thematic dualism is created and sustained by an overarching consistency of tone and delivery. There exists a rare balance between Anthony's poetic commentary and immediate circumstances, and the wider context of the novel, creating two equally significant levels to the text that complement each other synergistically... (Wikipedia)< Less
Grasmere, 2011 By Richard Gravil
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This Selection from the 40th Wordsworth Summer Conference includes Stephen Gill on Wordsworth's 'revisitings' of his poems, Ann Wroe on the bicentenary of Shelley's 'Necessity of Atheism', Mark J... More > Bruhn on Wordsworth's Dualism and Jacob Risinger on his Stoicism, Jessica Fay on Wordsworth's hermits and Matthew Rowney on his peripatetics, Daniel Robinson on Wordsworth's sonnets and newspaper verse, Gregory Leadbetter on the 'Lucy Poems', Madeleine Callaghan on Shelley's Idealism, Monika Class on Coleridge and Phrenology, Mary Favret on the cultural practice of 'The General Fast and Humiliation', Stacey McDowell on Keats's 'Otho the Great', Felicity James on Mary Hays and the life-writing of religious Dissent, Richard Gravil on John Thelwall's hitherto unknown analysis of the prosody of Wordsworth's Excursion. This is the fourth paperback collection from this prestigious ten-day conference, created by Richard Wordsworth in 1970, and now run by an educational charity, the Wordsworth Conference Foundation.< Less
Spinbitz Volume I - Interface Philosophy, Mathematics, and Nondual-Rational Empiricism (print) By Joel Morrison
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SpinbitZ is a philosophy of vision-logic interfaces for the percept-based illumination of abstract concepts. In tracing a nondual thread of rationality to its pre-Socratic roots, we find the... More > axis-mundi hidden within Zeno’s paradox, and within nondual rationality. With the help of a hundred illustrations, we trace this embryogenesis of rationality, as it reconnects to the alternative lineage of Deleuze, with a nondual fusion of Spinoza and Leibniz. We also find that mathematics mirrors this embryogenesis and holarchical structure. Interface Mathematics transitions from the “oppositional forces” of dualism, ultimately again to the “intensive” truths of the nondual. In making mathematics visible and understandable, the two fundamental axes of conceptual thought are shown. Spinoza’s “three infinities” are then seen as the triune interface between these axes, for illuminating and reconciling the many paradoxes of infinity as they wind their way into the truths of modern mathematics. See FREE ebook.< Less
Spinbitz Volume I - Interface Philosophy, Mathematics, and Nondual-Rational Empiricism (FREE ebook) By Joel Morrison
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SpinbitZ is a philosophy of vision-logic interfaces for the percept-based illumination of abstract concepts. In tracing a nondual thread of rationality to its pre-Socratic roots, we find the... More > axis-mundi hidden within Zeno’s paradox, and within nondual rationality. With the help of a hundred illustrations, we trace this embryogenesis of rationality, as it reconnects to the alternative lineage of Deleuze, with a nondual fusion of Spinoza and Leibniz. We also find that mathematics mirrors this embryogenesis and holarchical structure. Interface Mathematics transitions from the “oppositional forces” of dualism, ultimately again to the “intensive” truths of the nondual. In making mathematics visible and understandable, the two fundamental axes of conceptual thought are shown. Spinoza’s “three infinities” are then seen as the triune interface between these axes, for illuminating and reconciling the many paradoxes of infinity as they wind their way into the truths of modern mathematics. See print book.< Less
Green CITY By Rebecca Sherman
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‘Green City’ is an art project composed of mixed media paintings, collage, prints, photography and 'faux installation. The project critiques the lifestyle, relationship and contradiction... More > of nature and technology in ATTEMPT to be green in NYC. Furthermore, it illustrates the urgency to reverse industrialization, re-create nature and connect with natural energy sources. From the limitations of my New York studio apartment, I utilized my creativity and imagination to present a visual outlook on our future; the possibility of this re-creation and the re-percussions of its failure. The small accessible progressive steps vs. the seemingly far-fetched re-creation & re-construction of New York City creates a dualism of realism and Cyber Punk fiction. This catalogue is a presentation of my photographs, illustrations and journal entries that document the evolution and development of my ‘Green City.’< Less
Between Truth and Illusion By John O'Loughlin
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Mr O'Loughlin's first exercise in philosophy, originally dating from 1977, takes as its starting-point an analysis of the inter-relativity of dualities and expands, via a series of aphoristic essays... More > and dramatic lessons, towards a dialogue climax in which the two - inevitably! - characters discuss the implications of a dualistic philosophy both as it impacts on theory and practice. Although the author didn't realize it at the time, truth and illusion are a lot closer together than may at first appear to be the case, even if one doesn't necessarily have to get between them to discover this! Interestingly, there are also a few quadruplicities, or fourfold structures, in this early text which could be seen as intimating, from some distance, of the author's later philosophy as it emerges from dualism without ever abandoning its original starting-point.< Less
SIMPLY FREE - The End of your Spiritual Quest for Enlightenment - SATSANG By Oliver Bosshard
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'Liberation is always closer than you think.' (Oliver Bosshard) Caution! 'SIMPLY FREE' is a dangerous book for Satsang and Non-Duality addicts because they could get cured from their addiction.... More > This wonderful little book is a very special pearl in the Satsang ocean. It is an invitation to the spiritual seeker to pause for a moment and to accept the gift, that what they are looking for was, is and will always be right here. The author Oliver Bosshard lives in Winterthur in Switzerland. His Satsang is pure non-dualism without compromises and stands beyond religions, philosophies and beliefs. Oliver is not a guru. He is a silent companion who, with a portion of humour, accompanies all concepts of the searching person ad absurdum, till Nothing remains. This 'Nothing' is THAT which has always been longed for. It’s the end of a journey which never began.< Less
Truthful Illusions & Illusory Truths By John O'Loughlin
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TRUTHFUL ILLUSIONS & ILLUSORY TRUTHS is effectively a combination of the essayistic material from two prior publications, viz. 'Between Truth and Illusion' and 'The Illusory Truth' (1977), and... More > therefore signifies a kind of truncated or concise version of those books which has the merit of excluding their additional or alternative approaches to philosophy, like aphorisms and dialogues, as it concentrates, with single-minded essayistic purpose, upon the essential concerns of John O'Loughlin's early philosophy, viz. the exploration of dualism in relation to antitheses, around the mid-late '70s, at the very beginning of his long vocational adventure in the exploration of philosophical truth. The cover has something almost abstract expressionist about it, as the intense tangle and crossings of branches or twigs is suggestive of a painting by Jackson Pollock.< Less
History of Dogma Vol. 1 By Adolf Harnack
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In this work, the origin and development of Christian dogma, which is understood to be the authoritative system of Christian doctrine that had formed by the 4th century A.D. In the present work,... More > (Vol. 1) is to explain fully how the doctrine of the Church developed the doctrine of the Trinity and of the two natures. Also shown is the imperfect beginnings of Church doctrine, especially as they appear in the Logos theory derived from cosmology, were subjected to wholesome corrections — by the Monarchians, by Athanasius, and by the influence of biblical passages, which pointed in another direction. Nor could the Hellenic contrast of “spirit” and “flesh” become completely developed in Christianity, because the belief in the bodily resurrection of Christ, and in the admission of the flesh into heaven, opposed to the principle of dualism a barrier which Paul as yet neither knew nor felt to be necessary. The resurrection of the flesh shattered the energetic attempts Hellenic complexion to the Christian religion.< Less
The Zend-Avesta:Part I:The Vendîdâd By James Darmesteter
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THE Zend-Avesta is the sacred book of the Parsis, that is to say, of the few remaining followers of that religion which feigned over Persia at the time when the second successor of Mohammed overthrew... More > the Sassanian dynasty 1, and which has been called Dualism, or Mazdeism, or Magism, or Zoroastrianism, or Fire-worship, according as its main tenet, or its supreme God, or its priests, or its supposed founder, or its apparent object of worship has been most kept in view. This book is a reprint of the Oxford University Press 1880. Translated by James Darmesteter, in 1875 he published a thesis on the mythology of the Avesta and became teacher of Persian language at the École des Hautes Études. He also edited the Avesta for Max Müller's Sacred Books of the East series (vols. 4 and 23).< Less

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