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HERZENBLUT By Frank Luger
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"Herzenblut" (German for Heartsblood) is a chronological compilation of amateur poetry from 1972 to 1987. It is best regarded as the Author's poetic 'apprenticeship' as he first experiments... More > with freestyle 'found poetry' but then works his way into prosody and 'discovers' meter, rhythm, rhyme, etc. All the poems in this volume may thus be divided into three phases: before Mitzi, Mitzi series, and miscellany. To be sure, the whole volume is subtitled "a poetry of selfish torment"; but the tragic love affair with Mitzi was what provided the themes as well as the motivation for the poems preoccupied with Love. This is signified by signing such poems as "Felix" with a touch of self-mockery. Much of this sulking poetry is bitter bile, painful reproach, or sour grapes; but evolutionary patterns may be discerned, which culminate in emotional breakthrough at the end. This is an original literary work written in April 1987, first published in October, 2007.< Less
SEELENKRAFT By Frank Luger
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"Seelenkraft" (German, lit. "soul-strength") is the final volume of the Author's poetry-trilogy covering a period of some 18 years. It continues the tentative gropings of the two... More > previous volumes toward the factual, objective, and nonreligious God of the Universe while exploring the possible human relevance of such God through transcendental, perhaps even cosmic morality. The evolutionary pattern of this personal quest is shown in increasing objectivity and scientific perspective. However, science as such is hardly featured in this book despite some scientific terminology. Almost a third of the poems touching on morality had been originally written in Hebrew, but (amateurish) translations, even transliterations are provided. There are also a few poems in other languages, such as French and Hungarian. The two main themes are separately summarized in the Appendix in two slim collections. This is an original literary work begun in June 1989, first published in December, 2007.< Less
HIMMELGEIST By Frank Luger
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"Himmelgeist" (German for 'Spirit of Heaven') is subtitled "A Poetry of Divine Agony". Why? Because it is devoted to one theme only: an uncompromisingly honest search for God, not... More > as a truth of any organized religion or individual belief, but as a fact of the same indisputable kind as gravitation or electromagnetism. However, except for a few poems, science as such is absent from this volume; and the 'operational framework' is still the God of the Bible, i.e. the kind of Heavenly Father that most people still associate with the concept of God. The search herein is not unlike an intellectual-moral Odyssey, which shows a kind of evolutionary pattern from some initially gloomy imagery to the cautious optimism of the closing poems. The pen-name "Felix" of the previous volume is replaced by "Dr. Mir", in fact, this book contains every poem written by him over a 21-month period. This is an original literary work, written from June 1987 until March 1989, first published in 2007.< Less
SEELENKRAFT By Frank Luger
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"Seelenkraft" (German, lit. "soul-strength") is the final volume of the Author's poetry-trilogy covering a period of some 18 years. It continues the tentative gropings of the two... More > previous volumes toward the factual, objective, and nonreligious God of the Universe while exploring the possible human relevance of such God through transcendental, perhaps even cosmic morality. The evolutionary pattern of this personal quest is shown in increasing objectivity and scientific perspective. However, science as such is hardly featured in this book despite some scientific terminology. Almost a third of the poems touching on morality had been originally written in Hebrew, but (amateurish) translations, even transliterations are provided. There are also a few poems in other languages, such as French and Hungarian. The two main themes are separately summarized in the Appendix in two slim collections. This is an original literary work begun in June 1989, first published in December, 2007.< Less
HIMMELGEIST By Frank Luger
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"Himmelgeist" (German for 'Spirit of Heaven') is subtitled "A Poetry of Divine Agony". Why? Because it is devoted to one theme only: an uncompromisingly honest search for God, not... More > as a truth of any organized religion or individual belief, but as a fact of the same indisputable kind as gravitation or electromagnetism. However, except for a few poems, science as such is absent from this volume; and the 'operational framework' is still the God of the Bible, i.e. the kind of Heavenly Father that most people still associate with the concept of God. The search herein is not unlike an intellectual-moral Odyssey, which shows a kind of evolutionary pattern from some initially gloomy imagery to the cautious optimism of the closing poems. The pen-name "Felix" of the previous volume is replaced by "Dr. Mir", in fact, this book contains every poem written by him over a 21-month period. This is an original literary work, written from June 1987 until March 1989, first published in 2007.< Less
HERZENBLUT By Frank Luger
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"Herzenblut" (German for Heartsblood) is a chronological compilation of amateur poetry from 1972 to 1987. It is best regarded as the Author's poetic 'apprenticeship' as he first experiments... More > with freestyle 'found poetry' but then works his way into prosody and 'discovers' meter, rhythm, rhyme, etc. All the poems in this volume may thus be divided into three phases: before Mitzi, Mitzi series, and miscellany. To be sure, the whole volume is subtitled "a poetry of selfish torment"; but the tragic love affair with Mitzi was what provided the themes as well as the motivation for the poems preoccupied with Love. This is signified by signing such poems as "Felix" with a touch of self-mockery. Much of this sulking poetry is bitter bile, painful reproach, or sour grapes; but evolutionary patterns may be discerned, which culminate in emotional breakthrough at the end. This is an original literary work written in April 1987, first published in October, 2007.< Less
ABSOLUTE RELATIVITY By Frank Luger
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This pilot study (same as "Weltwesen") followed the method of Euclid's "Elements", using 36 Definitions, one single Axiom, 3 Postulates, and their substantiation with... More > analysis-synthesis, induction-deduction, and some representative literature from philosophy, logic, mathematics, physics, biology, and psychology in order to discuss the nature, structure, function, and human as well as nonhuman relevance of the Absolute beyond the 'limits' of the Universe. This interdisciplinary approach resulted in the conclusion that Ultimate Reality is the Absolute, which is the 'source and sink' of all Apparent or Virtual Reality. Having met the required criteria, this tentative theory may be called: "Absolute Relativity and the Relativity of the Absolute".< Less
ABSOLUTE RELATIVITY and the Relativity of the Absolute By Frank Luger
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Following the method of Euclid's "Elements", 36 Definitions, a single Axiom, and 3 Postulates are introduced. The single Axiom can be obtained from 3 fundamental categories of existence,... More > stated in current Physics. The combination of these categories yields a fundamental substance and a single Axiom. The Absolute is physical substance whose nature, structure, function and relevance are examined and substantiated by philosophical means and relevant scientific and other literature. Man is but an energy-dissipating 'machine' whose natural morality has long been corrupted by cultural evolution, the worst byproduct of which has been Evil. The absurdity of Evil is evident from the cruel lessons of History. Man's future is the colonization of outer space, but Man must not export Evil and contaminate the Cosmos thereby. Man ought to mature into Cosmic Man and advance into the Cosmic Era by returning to childlike innocence in harmony with Nature.< Less
WELTHEIL: Absolute Ethics and Cosmic Morality By Frank Luger
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This is a companion-volume to "Weltwesen: Absolute Relativity...", taking the human relevance of the theory as the working base. It is suggested that the Absolute is manifest in Absolute... More > Ethics, via cosmodynamics as its 'modus operandi', and altogether, they 'work' through cosmic morality, which serves as the template for human morality. For that, a new set of moral guidelines, the Thirty Commandments are proposed, together with the 22 items that form the basic platform of Mirism (from the Russian "Mir", meaning both "world" and "peace"), the ideology of Cosmic Man. To solve Mankind's external problems, colonization of outer space is inevitable, provided that we do not export our Evil and contaminate the Cosmos thereby. The solution of internal problems is dependent on moral maturity by means of moral education, so that Cosmic Man may advance into the next phase of evolution, the Cosmic Era, with dignity and moral integrity in childlike innocence.< Less
ABSOLUTE ETHICS and COSMIC MORALITY By Frank Luger
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This is a companion-volume to "Absolute Relativity...", taking the human relevance of the theory as the basic premise. It is explained that the relevance Absolute is Absolute Ethics, which... More > is manifest in cosmodynamics and the Laws of Nature. Altogether, they operate as cosmic morality, which is what ought to serve as the template for human morality, via natural law. A new set of guidelines, the Thirty Commandments is suggested, together with the 22 items of the basic platform of Mirism (from the Russian "Mir" which means both "world" and "peace") as the new moral framework, filled with an additional ethical code for Mirists. The solution of Mankind's external problems is colonization of outer space, provided that we do not export our Evil and contaminate the Cosmos thereby; and the solution to the internal problems is moral maturation by means of benevolent education, so that Cosmic Man may enter the Cosmic Age with dignity and moral integrity in childlike innocence.< Less

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