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Spinoza in the light of spiritual development

eBook (PDF), 218 Pages
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The famous Dutch philosopher Baruch de Spinoza (1632-1677) is difficult to comprehend. Emeritus professor Maarten van Buuren published two books on Spinoza in 2016, in which he analyses his philosophy in a meticulous and enlightening way. A number of key concepts in Spinoza's philosophy are the immanent, nature-inhabiting God, self-determination, freedom, power, reason, intuition and self-appropriation. In this book these key concepts are discussed based on the analysis of Van Buuren and the philosophy of Maharishi Mahesh Yogi, the founder of the Transcendental Meditation(TM) technique. The work of the philosophers Ken Wilber and Otto Duintjer also plays a role in my thinking. Although a thorough analysis of philosophical concepts is important, practical application of these concepts is paramount. Theory and practice should go hand in hand. A synthesis of philosophical reasoning and effective practices for spiritual development is needed. www.toon-van-eijk.nl
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ISBN
9780244810610
Edition
Eerste uitgave
Published
August 17, 2019
Language
English
Pages
218
File Format
PDF
File Size
2.01 MB
Product ID
24213221

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