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Encounter With The Self

Author : Edward F. Edinger
ISBN : UCSC:32106007553651
Genre : Art
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Penetrating commentary on the Job story as a numinous, archetypal event, and as a paradigm for conflicts of duty that can lead to enhanced consciousness.
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Self Encounter

Author : Sirshree
ISBN : 9788184152821
Genre : Self-Help
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No sooner do you decide an aim and commit to it than the directions of your thoughts, words and deeds all unite. You will soon begin to realize your potential and express it. A total transformation takes place. This book will help those who wish for such a transformation. For those who already have an aim, this book will help them to achieve it. Seek ‘Self Development to Self Realization’ through this book. This book is a mirror. It is a mirror that you hold in front of yourself. It is knowing oneself at a deeper level through experience. The book holds a mirror against your growth in all the five planes of life – physical, mental, social, financial and spiritual. As you dive deeper you encounter the leader within you, the communicator within you, the one that shall transform all the five aspects of your life.
Category: Self-Help

Seeking The Self Encountering The Other

Author : Tuomas Huttunen
ISBN : 9781527561854
Genre : Social Science
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Seeking the Self – Encountering the Other offers new insights into diasporic experiences, encounters and representations. This collection of texts examines diaspora narratives and the ways in which different encounters with the other are represented, as well as how these encounters might be read and interpreted in ethical terms. The anthology explores questions of ethics in narratives of displacement or belonging, nationalist narratives of exclusion and borderline narratives, constructed on the foundation provided by encounters with the cultural, sexual, gendered and ethnic other. The contributors’ aim is to explore questions of responsibility and ethics in the study of diaspora, migration, and alterity from a wide range of perspectives. Following a Levinasian one, if the other is always ultimately transcendental and ungraspable through language, we are required to consider ethics every time we write, read or interpret an encounter with the other.
Category: Social Science

The Kalaydji Roma

Author : Ekaterina Cupelin
ISBN : OCLC:1041405891
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Encountering The Other S

Author : Gisela Brinker-Gabler
ISBN : 0791421600
Genre : Literary Criticism
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Europe and the United States now confront many of the same unresolved issues of nationalist, religious, racial, and ethnic intolerance. The book addresses the question: How can the humanistic disciplines and social sciences play a role in a political transformation or address cultural difference? This “difference,” the other, may be a racial, ethnic, gendered, religious, or colonial Other. Contributors to this book focus on the serious political questions posed by the problems of strangeness, “the other,” in the present climate of accelerating social change and global shifts in political power.
Category: Literary Criticism

The Long Encounter

Author : Merlin Bowen
ISBN : STANFORD:36105003958019
Genre : Experience in literature
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Lucha Libre champion Niäno has no trouble fending off monstrous opponents, but when his little sisters awaken from their naps, he is in for a no-holds-barred wrestling match that will truly test his skills.
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Religious Education As Encounter A Tribute To John M Hull

Author : Siebren Miedema
ISBN : 9783830968948
Genre : Education
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This volume is a tribute to our esteemed colleague Professor John Martin Hull for his exceptional academic achievements in the field of religious education. Especially worth mentioning are his worldwide continuous efforts in trying to realize interreligious education and interreligious learning in public schools. In his approach there is a strong emphasis on openness, dialogue, and encounter. When we are looking for an adequate vignette to characterize the contribution of this famous religious educator, a good one might be ‘religious education as encounter’. That is why this volume is systematically focusing on this topic. It brings together contributions from leading researchers in the international field of religious education adhering to a great variety of religious or worldview traditions, and it addresses a wide range of perspectives regarding the concept of encounter in religious education.
Category: Education

Encountering The Sacred

Author : Rebecca Todd Peters
ISBN : 9780567683021
Genre : Religion
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Many women of faith are interested in having deep conversations with their friends and families about issues they face in their personal lives. Unfortunately, there is a dearth of feminist and theologically progressive materials for these women to turn to for counsel or advice. Simultaneously, there are a growing number of theologically trained biblical scholars, theologians, and ministers who are experiencing similar life challenges, but who are generally discouraged from writing about these experiences in ways that would be accessible to the general public. This book bridges the chasm between Christian laywomen and feminist theologians. For the last fifty years, feminist theologians have sought to reimagine Christian theology in ways that speak to the realities and complexities of women's lives. They have also sought to use women's experience as the starting point for theological reflection in the same way that men's lives have shaped the history of Christian theology for the past 2000 years. In this book, feminist Christian scholars of theology and religion use the tools of their trade to examine powerful personal life experiences and to search for new and empowering ways of understanding the power of the sacred as they have experienced it.
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Kierkegaard S Theology Of Encounter

Author : David Lappano
ISBN : 9780198792437
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Soren Kierkegaard's Theology of Encounter provides a theoretical framework that brings the unity of Kierkegaard's "middle period" into relief. David Lappano analyses Kierkegaard's writings between 1846 and 1852 when the socially constructive dimension of his thought comes to prominence, involving two dialectical aspects of religiousness identified by Kierkegaard: they are the edifying and the polemical. How these come together and get worked out in the lives of individuals form the basis of what can be called a Kierkegaardian "social praxis." Lappano argues that the tension between the edifying and the polemical can be coherently maintained in a communicative life that is also characteristic of a militant faith. This militant faith and life is presented as a critical guard against absolutisms, fundamentalisms, and intellectual aloofness; but the "militant" individual is also utterly dependent, in need of edification and critique, and therefore chooses the risk of encountering others, seeking relationships out of a commitment to the development of people and communities in co-operation. Therefore, not only does this dialectic provide readers with an important theoretical framework for understanding Kierkegaard's 'middle period', it is also a valuable resource for a constructive analysis of active social living suitable for theology in the twenty-first century.
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The Long Encounter

Author : Merlin Bowen
ISBN : STANFORD:36105003958019
Genre : Experience in literature
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Lucha Libre champion Niäno has no trouble fending off monstrous opponents, but when his little sisters awaken from their naps, he is in for a no-holds-barred wrestling match that will truly test his skills.
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Encountering Transcendence

Author : Lieven Boeve
ISBN : 9042916745
Genre : Religion
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This volume consists of several contributions to a refined understanding of religious experience in view of contemporary theological epistemology. Diverse sample studies taken from the extensive field of religion, theology and religious studies reveal that 'religious experience' is today clearly a pivotal issue. More specifically, this is made evident in modern theological hermeneutics and in the anti-modern and/or post-modern reactions thereto, the theology of world religions and inter-religious dialogue, the contemporary resurgence of religiosity in Western society and culture, and the so-called turn to religion in contemporary continental philosophy. It would appear from such studies that the category of 'religious experience' is frequently called upon to clarify or explain the phenomenon of religion and religiosity on the one hand and to support and legitimise religious positions or the critique thereof on the other. Because of the loss of plausibility of tradition-bound religiosity and of foundational, so-called onto-theological schemes, 'religious experience' has come to constitute, for many, the last (or latest) point of departure and anchor for religion and religious thinking. This is certainly the case with respect to tendencies within contemporary Christian traditions and theological reflection. In a multitude of ways and from a variety of different perspectives, 'religious experience' and 'experience of transcendence' or 'of the divine' have gained a prominent place in philosophical and fundamental-theological conceptual schemes. In reaction to this, other authors have denied the very primacy given to religious experience in reflecting upon faith, pointing to the constitutive role of tradition and narrative without which there is no religious experience. From all this follows that the category of religious experience is in great need of reconceptualisation, not least from a theological point of view. On the one hand, religious experience is all too easily called upon to legitimise religious claims (often against 'tradition') and on the other hand, the category has become misleading in so far as it is tainted by the modern scientific understanding of experience - in reaction to which 'tradition' is then easily invoked to protect the core of religion. Both young scholars at the preceding junior conference and senior scholars during the conference's paper sessions presented from diverse perspectives new ways to conceive of religious experience in view of today's challenges of secularisation, religious plurality, the aestheticisation of religion, etc. The selected contributions have been arranged in four thematically oriented parts: 'Approaching Religious Experience in a Postmodern Age', 'Modern (re)Thinking of Religious Experience', 'Liberating Religious Experience', and 'Challenges for Spirituality'.
Category: Religion

Michael Slote Encountering Chinese Philosophy

Author : Yong Huang
ISBN : 9781350129856
Genre : Philosophy
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Michael Slote is one of the most prominent philosophers working in the discipline today. By creating a two-way dialogue between philosophers specializing in Chinese philosophy and a central thinker from the Anglo-American tradition, this volume brings cross-cultural philosophy to life. From his early contributions in ethics, metaethics, philosophy of mind, moral psychology and epistemology to his recent investigations into the relationship between Western philosophy and Chinese philosophy, an international team of scholars of Chinese philosophy cover Slote's sentimentalism, his understanding of Chinese concepts Yin and Yang and explores the role Early Confucianism and Neo-Confucianism can play in his work. Each chapter extends Slote's ideas by considering them from a Chinese philosophical perspective and Slote is given the opportunity to respond to each of the contributors' interpretation of his work. Applied to Classical works such as the Zhuangzi and the Yijing, his ground-breaking thoughts on morality, care ethics and empathy are taken in new, exciting directions.
Category: Philosophy

Orienting The Self

Author : Debra N. Prager
ISBN : 9781571135940
Genre : Literary Criticism
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Follows the evolution of the Orient as a positive literary device in German literature and demonstrates how it was used to explore subjectivity and the possibility of wholeness.
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Self Encounter

Author : Saraśrī Tejapārakhījī
ISBN : 0230632300
Genre : Self-culture
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Self-Encounter: The Complete Aim of Life is a unique book of its kind that helps man to encounter oneself and bring in total transformation in different facets of LIFE. It is the English translation of the Hindi bestseller 'Sampurna Lakshya', a book writt
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Encountering America

Author : Jessica Grogan
ISBN : 9780062100672
Genre : Psychology
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A dramatic narrative history of the psychological movement that reshaped American culture The expectation that our careers and personal lives should be expressions of our authentic selves, the belief that our relationships should be defined by openness and understanding, the idea that therapy can help us reach our fullest potential—these ideas have become so familiar that it's impossible to imagine our world without them. In Encountering America, cultural historian Jessica Grogan reveals how these ideas stormed the barricades of our culture through the humanistic psychology movement—the work of a handful of maverick psychologists who revolutionized American culture in the 1960s and '70s. Profiling thought leaders including Abraham Maslow, Rollo May, and Timothy Leary, Grogan draws on untapped primary sources to explore how these minds and the changing cultural atmosphere combined to create a widely influential movement. From the group of ideas that became known as New Age to perennial American anxieties about wellness, identity, and purpose, Grogan traces how humanistic psychology continues to define the way we understand ourselves.
Category: Psychology

Selfinquiry Being And I Am

Author : B. Realist
ISBN : 9781847283184
Genre : Religion
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( the timeless teachings of ancient and contemporary masters ) Re-encounter your Self with eternal clarity; all you have missed in society's customary identification with the false and relative. Simple timeless Wisdom is your ultimate longing. It is yours, for you, because you-are. Education, life experiences, and book knowledge may help to earn a living, but relationships cannot teach you how to live. Solely relative living is an utter denial of Wisdom - living in Love, Beauty, and Happiness, your innate gifts from beyond. Answer certainly the weighty questions of living - what are you, who are you, why is birth and death and existence, what is the purpose and meaning of life, how did you come to exist in fear and sorrow when you certainly long to live happily in love, peace, freedom, and wisdom? Whatever it is that you-know-you-are changelessly, that you-ever-are, beyond any doubt! Endless re-discoveries, expressed from your one Self in correct living, are full of vitality and secure in wise Love.
Category: Religion