The Ascent Of Humanity

Author: Charles Eisenstein
Publisher: North Atlantic Books
ISBN: 1583945377
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" --Christopher Uhl, author of Developing Ecological Consciousness: Paths to a Sustainable Future "Quite marvelous, a hugely important work. This book is truly needed in this time of deepening crisis.

An Lar Du Ler Du U Nceler

Author: Carl Gustav Jung
Publisher: Can Yayınları
ISBN: 9750720156
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Analitik psikolojinin kurucusu Carl Gustav Jung, 1957 baharında 81 yaşındayken, tüm bir yaşam öyküsünü meslektaşı ve yakın dostu Aniela Jaffé'ye anlatmayı kabul etti.

Aldous Huxley Annual

Author: Jerome Meckier, Bernfried Nugel
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Heard's pacifist philosophy was an extension on his psychological and
sociological study of human history, made in his inter-war trilogy The Ascent of
Humanity (1929), The Social Substance of Religion (1932) and The Source of
Civilisation ... whose small size made them largely communist in nature,
achieved a communal sense through shared labour and ultimately through
religious ceremonies, which enabled self-conscious individuals to transcend their
individuality to feel unity ...


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To think any one individual could be healthy when his or her family, village, or
indeed the land, the water, or the planet were not would be as absurd as saying, "
I've got a fatal liver disease, but that's just my liver — I am healthy!" Just as my
sense of self includes my liver, so theirs included their social and natural
community. The modern self is a discrete and separate subject in a universe that
is other. It is the economic man of Adam Smith; it is the skin-encapsulated ego of
Alan Watts; ...

Nature S Economy

Author: Donald Worster
Publisher: Random House (NY)
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But in its first few decades of growth, anthropology gave little attention to
analyzing the structures and functions of primitive society; all the emphasis was
on social dynamics or evolution — the process of change from an archaic
condition to civilized modernity. For in a larger sense the motivation behind the
scientific study of man was to discover a general direction in the course of human
evolution from which fresh social values could be taken, or at least familiar ones
receive new ...