Main characters of the Enlightenment
Uploaded by agruezov on 03/23/2011
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Commemorating TDE's 16th anniversary is this sixth volume, of a year's worth of 52 reflections, as featured in the newsletter one for each week. To get the book, visit http://tinyurl.com/tdebook6
Uploaded by tdebook on 05/19/2013
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Selections from Living Nonduality. Full book returns in March 2012. Self-realization, not self-improvement. Living Nonduality is a practical, no-nonsense exploration of what Oneness means in everyday life. A far-ranging collection of 238 concise chapters covering 444 pages illuminating what it means to live without division. Robert Wolfe (also the author of The Gospel of Thomas: Rediscovering the Nondual The Enlightenment Teachings of Jesus) discusses modern and ancient nondual teachers, exploring the enlightenment teachings of Jesus, Buddha, Krishnamurti, Ramana Maharshi, Nisargadatta and other sources of inquiry into reality, such as the nondual reality pointed at by modern physics. Not only a passionate and exacting personal reflection on the nondual experience, Living Nonduality is a guide book to the history and contemporary field of nondual enlightenment teachings and the harmony between science and spiritual insights.
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The Enlightenment of the 18th century was a crucial epoch, a sea-change in human history. It was also a vast moral, scientific and political movement, the work of intellectuals across Europe and the New World who linked up in networks of friendship, projects and debates, beginning to free themselves from the authority of the church and find their vocation to change the world. Exploring the work of Voltaire, Diderot and Rousseau in particular, but also that of Adam Smith, Samuel Johnson, Immanuel Kant, Benjamin Franklin and Thomas Jefferson, Introducing The Enlightenment is a vibrant and accessible introduction to the men and women who believed that rational, scientific endeavour could reveal the secrets of the universe.
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In this special issue, guest-edited by Evert Schoorl, contributors explore how Enlightenment ideas affected social political & economic aspects of life in Europe.
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This Guide to Enlightenment or Salvation will list movies that can be helpful in Awakening to Truth. Metaphysical and forgiveness themes will be thefocus. True forgiveness is completely laying aside the ego, the belief in linear time/space. Love, David
Uploaded by mysticspiritone on 08/09/2008
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Program for sharing final products of Enlightenment Projects
Uploaded by larneycec on 11/09/2010
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Jim Arraj, Thomas Merton, Jacques Maritain, existential Thomism, nondual Christianity, Christian nonduality, polydoxic, polydoxy, Zen, contemplation, Zen enlightenment, Advaita Vedānta, ultimate reality, Madhyamaka Buddhism, nature and grace, John of the Cross, Bernard Lonergan http://www.scribd.com/johnboy_philothea
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history project for the enlightenment
Uploaded by espi3 on 07/27/2011
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Rubric to self evaluate the interactive presentation
Uploaded by elsareth on 11/23/2012
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