By Eva Wong
By Laotse,Laozi,Richard Wilhelm,Jan Silberstorff
By Casey Rentmeester
This booklet makes an attempt to envision the metaphysical underpinnings of our present environmental challenge, thereby viewing it from a philosophical point of view. utilizing Martin Heidegger’s writings at the heritage of being as its lynchpin, it examines how people have come to view nature as an incredible array of mere assets to be maximally exploited. Following Heidegger, Casey Rentmeester argues that this knowing of nature is rooted within the figuring out of what it abilityto be that took place in historic Greece. Rentmeester then makes use of parts of Heidegger’s post-metaphysical later philosophy and facets of early philosophical Daoism to create another method to take into consideration the relation among people and nature that's environmentally sustainable.
By Jean Klein
In his popular, transparent and lucid variety, Jean Klein bargains a e-book that's essentially approximately ourselves, approximately our personal fact, and the way we will be able to begin to appreciate our real nature, our internal stillness and wholeness.
Unique between Jean Klein's works, the dialogues contained during this ebook were organised through topic. subject matters comprise: courting; the character of considering; The paintings of Listening; a talk on paintings, etc.
Questioner: “In sure events in lifestyles i think blocked through a terror which prevents me from acting. How am i able to be loose from this obstacle?”
Jean Klein: “First loose your self from the be aware, the idea that, "fear." it really is loaded with reminiscence. Face in simple terms the conception. settle for the feeling thoroughly. while the character who judges and controls is totally absent, whilst there is not any longera mental dating with the feeling, it truly is welcomed and unfolds. in basic terms in welcoming with no welcomer can ther be actual transformation.
“We are in essence one with all life; after we actually notice ourselves there's finally no observer, merely observation--awareness.”
By Steven M. Cahn,Christine Vitrano,Robert Talisse
How should still we overview the good fortune of every person's existence? Countering the favourite philosophical point of view at the topic, Steven M. Cahn and Christine Vitrano shield the view that our health and wellbeing depends now not on specific actions, accomplishments, or awards yet on discovering own delight whereas treating others with due concern.
The authors recommend that ethical habit isn't precious for happiness and doesn't determine it. but in addition they argue that morality and happiness are wanted for residing good, and jointly suffice to accomplish that objective. Cahn and Vitrano hyperlink their place to components inside either the Hellenistic and Hebraic traditions, specifically the perspectives of Epicurus and classes present in the e-book of Ecclesiastes. Written in an available variety and illustrated with incisive vignettes drawn from heritage, literature, movies, and daily life, Happiness and Goodness is a compelling paintings of philosophy for an individual who seeks to appreciate the character of a very good life.
By Stephen C. Angle
The innovative Confucianism defended the following takes key principles of the twentieth-century Confucian thinker Mou Zongsan (1909-1995) as its element of departure for exploring matters like political authority and legitimacy, the guideline of legislation, human rights, civility, and social justice. the result's anti-authoritarian with no forsaking the information of advantage and concord; it preserves the major values Confucians locate in ritual and hierarchy with out giving in to oppression or domination. A important objective of the ebook is to offer innovative Confucianism in this sort of method as to make its insights appear to non-Confucians, be they philosophers or just voters drawn to the capability contributions of chinese language pondering to our rising, shared world.
By Ali Mirsepassi
By Maulana Dschelaluddin Rumi,Ulrich Holbein
By Linda Holiday,Motomichi Anno
Journey to the center of Aikido includes Linda Holiday's vibrant account of her experience as a tender lady learning Aikido within the mystical quarter of Kumano, Japan, within the Seventies, and a poignant telling of Anno sensei's existence and his first-hand event of teaching with Aikido's founder. a necessary source for the worldwide Aikido group, Journey to the center of Aikido also bargains religious teachings suitable to all modern seekers, touching a variety of subject matters equivalent to the that means of martial arts, the mixing of physique and spirit, the reality of interconnectedness, and the perform of peace, delivering all readers perception into the profound non secular questions on the center of life.
From the alternate Paperback edition.
By K. O. Schmidt,Manuel-V. Kissener
In der Bhagavad Gita steht das Zwiegespräch zwischen Krishna, dem Wagenlenker und göttlichen Weisen und dem Menschen Ardjuna, einem Kämpfer, im Mittelpunkt.
Die Bhagavad Gita ist keine Schilderung historischen Geschehens, sondern ein Gleichnis für den inneren Kampf, den jeder im Leben ausficht. Die Offenbarungen Krishnas an Ardjuna beschreiben den Weg, das Leben zu meistern – durch rechtes Denken und rechtes Tun.