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To Fathom The Gist Volume Ii The Arch Absurd

Author : Robin Bloor
ISBN : 0978979184
Genre : Body, Mind & Spirit
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The second volume of To Fathom the Gist examines in depth how Gurdjieff wrote Beelzebub's Tales to His Grandson and discusses the three ways of reading the book in light of how the book was written. It provides useful perspectives on the book by examining the 1931 Manuscript (the earliest edition of The Tales) and comparing it to Gurdjieff's final version. It also analyzes the 1992 revision of The Tales in depth. Finally, this volume investigates the Arch-absurd-Beelzebub's assertion that our Sun neither lights nor heats.

To Fathom The Gist Volume Iii The Arousing Of Thought

Author : Robin Bloor
ISBN : 0996629939
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The third book in this series offers practical and illuminating insights into how to fathom the gist of Gurdjieff's masterpiece. The book provides an in-depth analysis of the first half of The Arousing of Thought, the first chapter of the book. It explains, applies and illustrates the array of techniques described by the author in the first two books of the series. Why does The Tales have two titles? Why is the "ALL" on the original cover of the book capitalized? Who were the Ancient Toulousites? Exactly what is that crazy lame goat, or the midwife's lozenge of cocaine for that matter? The suggested answers that this book provides are intriguing.?But perhaps of greater value to the reader is the author's explanation of Gurdjieff's grammar of associations-the grammar he employed to write the book in his "ignorance" of the "bon ton literary language of the intelligentsia."

Gurdjieff S America

Author : Paul Beekman Taylor
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Offers information and stories about Gurdjieff, setting him within the cultural and social contexts of America between 1924 and 1935.

The Ancient

Author : R. A. Salvatore
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New York Times bestselling author, R. A. Salvatore's epic story of Corona continues! Searching for his long-lost father, Bransen Garibond is tricked into journeying across the Gulf of Corona to the wild lands of Vanguard, where he is pressed into service in a desperate war against the brutal Samhaist, Ancient Badden. On an Alpinadoran lake, just below Ancient Badden's magical ice castle, several societies, caught in the web of their own conflicts, are oblivious to Ancient Badden's devastating plans to destroy them. Bransen becomes the link between the wars, and if he fails, all who live on the lake will perish, and all of northern Honce will fall under the shadow of the merciless and vengeful Samhaists. "A worthy addition to the lore of Salvatore’s invented world."--Kirkus Reviews The Saga of the First King The Highwayman The Ancient The Dame The Bear At the Publisher's request, this title is being sold without Digital Rights Management Software (DRM) applied.

The Exegetical Imagination

Author : Michael A. Fishbane
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Exegesis - interpretation and explanation of sacred texts - is the quintessence of rabinic thought. This volume delineates the connections between biblical interpretation and Jewish religious thought.


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Human Biology

Author : Sara Stinson
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This comprehensive introduction to the field of human biology covers all the major areas of the field: genetic variation, variation related to climate, infectious and non-infectious diseases, aging, growth, nutrition, and demography. Written by four expert authors working in close collaboration, this second edition has been thoroughly updated to provide undergraduate and graduate students with two new chapters: one on race and culture and their ties to human biology, and the other a concluding summary chapter highlighting the integration and intersection of the topics covered in the book.

The Gospel Of Joseph

Author : Gabriel Meyer
ISBN : 0824514068
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Since the days of the early church, people have wondered about Jesus' life as a child and teenager. Now, in this fictional "gospel", the relationship between Jesus and his earthly father is explored in depth for the first time. This unique tale of biblical fiction enables Joseph, master builder and Jewish sage, to walk off the pages of scripture and into our imaginations.


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Edinburgh Companion To The History Of Democracy

Author : Benjamin Isakhan
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Re-examines the long and complex history of democracy and broadens the traditional view of this history by complementing it with examples from unexplored or under-examined quarters.

Exhibited By Candlelight

Author : Valeria Tinkler-Villani
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Exhibited by Candlelight: Sources and Developments in the Gothic Tradition focuses on a number of strands in the Gothic. The first is Gothic as a way of looking. Paintings used as reference points, tableaux, or the Hammer Studios' visualizations of Dracula present ways of seeing which are suggestive and allow the interplay of primarily sexual passions. Continuity with the past is a further strand which enables us to explore how the sources of the Gothic are connected with the origin of existence and of history, both individual and general. Here, the Gothic offers a voice for writers whose perceptions do not fit into those of the dominant group, which makes them sensitive both to psychological and social gaps. This leads to an exploration of the very idea of sources and an attempt to bridge the gaps, as can be observed in the variety of epithets used to clarify the ways that Gothic works, ranging from heroic gothic to porno-gothic. This takes the reader to the main core of Gothic: a genre which is always ready to admit new forms of the unreal to enter and change whatever has become mainstream literature, and a way of reading and a mode profoundly affecting the reading experience. The Gothic mode cultivates its wicked ways in literature, working through it as a leavening yeast.

The Living Age

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Love On The Line

Author : Deeanne Gist
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Humor and romance abound in this tale of a Texas Ranger tracking a gang while undercover as a linesman, and the alluring birder watching him.

Human Biology

Author : Barry Bogin
ISBN : STANFORD:36105028589542
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Human biology encompasses the central branches of the lifesciences (anatomy, physiology, genetics, and biochemistry) as the basis for comparative, evolutionary, and cross-cultural studies of human populations. Human Biology: An Evolutionary and Biocultural Perspective reviews evolutionary, cultural, ecological, and genetic perspectives, and then explains how these data are used to reconstruct theories of human population, human adaptation to climate, infectious diseases, and food availability. World-renowned authors examine the human life span, including aging and the influence of biological and behavioral factors on growth variation. Although human biology relies heavily upon an evolutionary perspective to explain variation through space and time, it also regards the effect that human culture has had on our biology as crucial. This comprehensive introduction to the field of human biology covers genetic variation, variation related to climate, infectious and noninfectious diseases, growth, and demography. In addition, Human Biology: An Evolutionary and Biocultural Perspective is designed to maximize reader-friendliness, with glossary terms highlighted within the text and chapter summaries. Human Biology also includes: Boxed text within the chapters, which clearly explains the methodology used by fieldworkers, laboratory researchers, and statisticians Numerous illustrations, summaries, key references, and a thorough glossary This extensive guide to human biology is an essential resource for all professionals and academics in the fields of human biology, genetics, evolutionary biology, anthropology, and population biology.

The Gist Of Mathematics

Author : Justin H. Moore
ISBN : UOM:39015002923475
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The Federal Reporter

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A Dictionary Of The English Language

Author : Joseph E. Worcester
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Early Greek Thought

Author : James Luchte
ISBN : 9781441188892
Genre : Philosophy
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Early Greek Thought calls into question a longstanding mythology - operative in both the Analytic and Continental traditions - that the 'Pre-Socratics had the grandiose audacity to break with all traditional forms of knowledge' (Badiou). Each of the variants of this mythology is dismantled in an attempt to not only retrieve an 'indigenous' interpretation of early Greek thought, but also to expose the mythological character of our own contemporary meta-narratives regarding the 'origins' of 'Western', 'Occidental' philosophy. Using an original hermeneutical approach, James Luchte excavates the context of emergence of early Greek thought through an exploration of the mytho-poetic horizons of the archaic world, in relation to which, as Plato testifies, the Greeks were merely 'children'. Luchte discloses 'philosophy in the tragic age' as a creative response to a 'contestation' of mytho-poetic narratives and 'ways of being'. The tragic character of early Greek thought is unfolded through a cultivation of a conversation between its basic thinkers, one which would remain incomprehensible, with Bataille, in the 'absence of myth' and the exile of poetry.

The Hebrew Literature Of Wisdom In The Light Of To Day

Author : John Franklin Genung
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