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Hegel's Philosophy of Mind: How the Mind Experiences Art, Aesthetics and the Christian Religion By Georg Wilhelm Friedrich Hegel
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This exceptional manual of philosophy, presented here complete, details the method and theory of Hegel's examination of mind. In Hegelianist philosophy, the notion of the mind commences with a... More > consideration of the subjective (i.e. individual) mind. After some contemplation however, it is realised that this 'individual' sort of mind is but the initial stage of the process - the so-called 'in-itself stage'. The stage which follows this is that of the objective mind - it is this type of mind that finds itself object of law, morals and government. The final stage of the Hegelianist posit upon the mind is that of the 'absolute mind'. At this point, the mind ascends above the constraints of the natural world and of mankind's institutions and laws. It is at this high stage that concepts of art, faith and philosophy have been birthed. The concept of free thinking is here encountered: that the mind may only be truly free and capable of itself when having separated from the worldly restrictions of everyday life.< Less
The Faith and Practice of the Quakers: The Philosophy, Theology and Teachings of the Society of Friends (Hardcover) By Rufus Matthew Jones
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In this classic text, Rufus M. Jones offers an insightful overview of Quaker history, beliefs and humanitarianism. The Society of Friends was founded in the seventeenth century by George Fox, who... More > could not abide by the teachings of the established Church of England. Convinced that communicating with Christ need not involve a qualified clergyman, he founded the Society of Friends. Many found his approach refreshing, but it also stirred up resentment and resistance in the established Christian order. A defining difference between the Quakers and other denominations is the process by which Friends meet and communicate directly with God. Such spiritual conversation between adherents was immediately different from conventional gatherings wherein a preacher offers the congregation a speech on a given subject. Rufus M. Jones discusses these topics with maturity and respect, drawing upon the existing histories and accounts in a manner certain to sustain the reader’s interest.< Less
The Faith and Practice of the Quakers: The Philosophy, Theology and Teachings of the Society of Friends By Rufus Matthew Jones
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In this classic text, Rufus M. Jones offers an insightful overview of Quaker history, beliefs and humanitarianism. The Society of Friends was founded in the seventeenth century by George Fox, who... More > could not abide by the teachings of the established Church of England. Convinced that communicating with Christ need not involve a qualified clergyman, he founded the Society of Friends. Many found his approach refreshing, but it also stirred up resentment and resistance in the established Christian order. A defining difference between the Quakers and other denominations is the process by which Friends meet and communicate directly with God. Such spiritual conversation between adherents was immediately different from conventional gatherings wherein a preacher offers the congregation a speech on a given subject. Rufus M. Jones discusses these topics with maturity and respect, drawing upon the existing histories and accounts in a manner certain to sustain the reader’s interest.< Less
What Really Matters - A Philosophy of a Modern Hunter-gatherer By Roy Whittaker
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As human beings we can wonder at the Universe, marvel that the planet we live on is ideal for our existence, understand that we are part of an extraordinary evolutionary process and see, if we want... More > to, that life as we know it is to be cherished. In an inspired moment the optimist among us may experience a feeling of wellbeing and anticipate a degree of contentment as a result of his good fortune. The pessimist may take a different view and consider the beauty of universal splendour to be simply mysterious complexity with no more relevance than to confuse. All this is obvious, but not irrelevant in considering how to work one’s way through the minefield of trying to get the best out of the opportunities that present themselves in life. Is there a right path? Many will say yes and hasten to advise us how to take it. Others will differ and, in a frame of mind perhaps to be envied, will take everything as it comes and make the best of it.< Less
Capital:The Process of Capitalist Production as a Whole - Volume III By Karl Marx & Friedrick Engels
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Capital, Volume III, subtitled The Process of Capitalist Production as a Whole, was prepared by Friedrich Engels from notes left by Karl Marx and published in 1894. It is in seven parts. The work is... More > best known today for part 3, which in summary says that as the organic fixed capital requirements of production rise as a result of advancements in production generally, the rate of profit tends to fall. This result, which orthodox Marxists believe is a principal contradictory characteristic leading to an inevitable collapse of the capitalist order, was held by Marx and Engels to, as a result of various contradictions in the capitalist mode of production, result in crises whose resolution necessitates the emergence of an entirely new mode of production as the culmination of the same historical dialectic that led to the emergence of capitalism from prior forms.< Less
Effects of Contemporary Global Processes on Local Cultures: Trinidad, Papua New Guinea & Coca-Cola By Henry Willoughby
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Effects of Contemporary Global Processes on Local Cultures, exposition, canvases conceptuals of key process(es) underpinning globalization in relation to the homogenizing effects of corporate... More > meta-commodities, as well as the inevitable glocal appropriation thereof in (instincts for heterogeneic) resistance thereto. A three-pronged schema of The Rational, is given in relation to the need to enjoy extant liberties as well as the need for ongoing emancipatory praxis< Less
The Secret of Wealth: An Exposition of the Philosophy and Practice of Acquiring Wealth and the Experience of the Ages in the Accumulation of Money and Prosperity By Franklyn Hobbs
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Are you convinced that the process of acquiring a fortune comes down to crunching the numbers and making savvy stock picks? If so, think again. According to the author, the secret of wealth is no... More > secret and it isn't new. As he points out, "for more than 2,000 years, it has been understood that the person who was poor and let it be known, and made little or no effort to rise above poverty, was largely responsible for his own unhappy condition." In this classic of the personal affluence genre, Franklyn Hobbs dispenses timeless wisdom about the personal, spiritual, and psychological dimensions of wealth-building. Give it a read and set aside the mental blocks that are blocking your path to financial abundance.< Less
Hegel’s Philosophy of Mind: How the Mind Experiences Art, Aesthetics and the Christian Religion (Hardcover) By Georg Wilhelm Friedrich Hegel & William Wallace
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This exceptional manual of philosophy, presented in hardcover, details the method and theory of Hegel's examination of mind. In Hegelianist philosophy, the notion of the mind commences with a... More > consideration of the subjective (i.e. individual) mind. After some contemplation however, it is realised that this 'individual' sort of mind is but the initial stage of the process - the so-called 'in-itself stage'. The stage which follows this is that of the objective mind - it is this type of mind that finds itself object of law, morals and government. The final stage of the Hegelianist posit upon the mind is that of the 'absolute mind'. At this point, the mind ascends above the constraints of the natural world and of mankind's institutions and laws. It is at this high stage that concepts of art, faith and philosophy have been birthed. The concept of free thinking is here encountered: that the mind may only be truly free and capable of itself when having separated from the worldly restrictions of everyday life.< Less
Rudolf Steiner's 'Philosophie der Freiheit' as the Foundation of the Logic of Beholding Thinking. Religion of the Thinking Will. Organon of the New Cultural Epoch. Vol. 1 By G. A. Bondarev
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An introduction to Anthroposophical Methodology and a complete analysis of Rudolf Steiner's 'Philosophy of Freedom (Spiritual Activity)', Gennady Bondarev's 'Organon' demonstrates that the... More > methodology intrinsic to Anthroposophy is fundamental and capable of unifying all modern sciences as it describes the monistic sensible-supersensible reality. Through its anthropocentric and ontological character, the methodology's actualization implies an evolutionary change of both the human subject and the process of cognition itself. Rudolf Steiner's fundamental epistemological work is thereby shown to be the foundation for the development of a new kind of 'beholding' thinking - what Goethe began to experience and called "anschauende Urteilskraft". This is volume 1 of 3. The volumes, taken together, contain a completely new translation of 'Die Philosophie der Freiheit' by Graham B. Rickett.< Less
Rudolf Steiner's 'Philosophie der Freiheit' as the Foundation of the Logic of Beholding Thinking. Religion of the Thinking Will. Organon of the New Cultural Epoch. Vol. 1 By G. A. Bondarev
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An introduction to Anthroposophical Methodology and a complete analysis of Rudolf Steiner's 'Philosophy of Freedom (Spiritual Activity)', Gennady Bondarev's 'Organon' demonstrates that the... More > methodology intrinsic to Anthroposophy is fundamental and capable of unifying all modern sciences as it describes the monistic sensible-supersensible reality. Through its anthropocentric and ontological character, the methodology's actualization implies an evolutionary change of both the human subject and the process of cognition itself. Rudolf Steiner's fundamental epistemological work is thereby shown to be the foundation for the development of a new kind of 'beholding' thinking - what Goethe began to experience and called "anschauende Urteilskraft". This is volume 1 of 3. The volumes, taken together, contain a completely new translation of 'Die Philosophie der Freiheit' by Graham B. Rickett.< Less

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