Category Archives: Philosophy

Philosophia Perennis by Wilhelm Schmidt-Biggemann

Wilhelm Schmidt-Biggemann. Philosophia Perennis: Historical Outlines of Western Spirituality in Ancient, Medieval and Early Modern Thought. Dordrecht, The Netherlands: Springer, 2004. Hardcover, xix +496 pp. This volume is a re-worked translation from the German, which was first published in 1998. … Continue reading

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Lost Masters by Linda Johnsen

Linda Johnsen. Lost Masters: Sages of Ancient Greece. Honesdale, Penn.: Himalayan Institute Press, 2006. Paperback, 217 pp. Linda Johnsen is the author of several books and many popular articles, including the best-selling Daughters of the Goddess. In this book, she … Continue reading

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Looking for Spinoza by Antonio Damasio

Antonio Damasio. Looking for Spinoza: Joy, Sorrow, and the Feeling Brain. Orlando, Fl.: Harvest Books/Harcourt, 2003. Paperback, viii + 356 pp. Although feelings are omnipresent in our mental life, our culture makes us predisposed to focus on concepts and images … Continue reading

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A New Way of Being by Jack Petranker

Jack Petranker, ed. A New Way of Being: Encounters, Engagements, Explorations, Applications. Berkeley, Calif.: Dharma Publishing, 2004. Paperback, xviii + 296 pages. Like its companion volume A New Kind of Knowledge (reviewed separately), the present anthology is part of the … Continue reading

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A New Kind of Knowledge by Jack Petranker

Jack Petranker, ed. A New Kind of Knowledge: Evocations, Exhibitions, Extensions, and Excavations. Berkeley, Calif.: Dharma Publishing, 2004. Paperback, xiv + 305 pages. This volume is part of the Perspectives in Time Space and Knowledge series, which was launched in … Continue reading

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