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The Phenomenological Quest between Avicenna and Heidegger
The Phenomenological Quest between Avicenna and Heidegger (January 2000)
Nader El-Bizri - Author

Examines Avicenna’s phenomenological considerations of the question of being.

The Phenomenological Quest between Avicenna and Heidegger investigates Avicenna’s (Ibn Sina’s; 980–1037) ontological, epistemological, mystic, and linguistic accounts of being while at the same time accounting for Martin Heidegger’s critique of the history of metaphysics. This investigation constitu...(Read More)
 
 
The Transcendental Philosophy of Franklin Merrell-Wolff
The Transcendental Philosophy of Franklin Merrell-Wolff (July 1999)
Ron Leonard - Author

This book provides a critical exposition of the philosophy of Franklin Merrell-Wolff, a twentieth-century mystic and philosopher--an exceedingly rare and fruitful combination. Wolff's training in philosophy and science convinced him that it was important to ground his thought in immediate awareness to avoid the pitfalls of mere intellectual speculation. As a mystic, he included firsthand accounts of his experiences and transformations, the sort of i...(Read More)
 
 
Classical Indian Philosophy of Mind
Classical Indian Philosophy of Mind (June 1999)
The Nyaya Dualist Tradition
Kisor Kumar Chakrabarti - Author

Addresses the psycho-physical dualism of the Nyaya school of Indian philosophy with references to both Indian and Western philosophy.

"This is, in many respects, an absolutely fascinating book. It presents the views of a major Indian school of philosophy in a clear and compelling way. The views on mind, or self, and body are explained in a way that makes it easy for a student of Western philosophy to understand and appre...(Read More)
 
 
Bradley and the Structure of Knowledge
Bradley and the Structure of Knowledge (April 1999)
Phillip Ferreira - Author

Arguing against those who situate F.H. Bradley as a skeptic, mystic, or empiricist, this book makes a case for understanding his thought firmly in the tradition of rationalistic idealism.
"Bradley and the Structure of Knowledge provides a readable guide to a difficult philosopher. It contains numerous insights and it reveals some unexpected ramifications of Bradley's views. Moreover, it does this repeatedly and in surprising place...(Read More)
 
 
Of Two Minds
Of Two Minds (February 1998)
The Nature of Inquiry
James Blachowicz - Author

Proposes a resolution to the paradox of inquiry, originally formulated in Plato's Meno and most recently the focus of the "logic of discovery" debate in the philosophy of science.

This book examines the nature of inquiry--the general method by which we expand our knowledge. It proposes a resolution of the paradox of inquiry, originally formulated in Plato's Meno and most recently the focus of the "l...(Read More)
 
 
Transpersonal Psychotherapy
Transpersonal Psychotherapy (February 1996)
Second Edition
Seymour Boorstein - Editor

Breaches the wall between the psychotherapeutic and the sacred as respected pioneers in the field give their vision of the synergistic potential in these two powerful traditions.

“This is a timely and useful introduction to the new and growing transpersonal orientation in psychotherapy. The diversity of theories, techniques, and issues presented by the contributors underscores the comprehensive nature of the emer...(Read More)
 
 
Studies in Abhidharma Literature and the Origins of Buddhist Philosophical Systems
Studies in Abhidharma Literature and the Origins of Buddhist Philosophical Systems (January 1996)
Translated from the German by Sophie Francis Kidd as translator and under the supervision of Ernst Steinkellner as editor
Erich Frauwallner - Author
Ernst Steinkellner - Editor

This is a translation of Frauwallner's Abhidharmastudien. It analyzes the literary traditions, doctrinal tendencies, and structural methods of the Buddhist Abhidarma canon in order to expose the beginnings of systematic philosophical thought in Buddhism. Frauwallner's insights illuminate the path of meditation toward liberation, the development of Buddhist psychology, and the evolution of the Buddhist view of causality and the problem of ti...(Read More)
 
 
Identification and Character
Identification and Character (November 1994)
A Book on Psychological Development
Howard Kamler - Author

This book tells the reader all about psychological identification, the single most important process for becoming, maintaining, or changing who we are as characters. The book's emphasis, though, is decidedly on identification's role in our becoming who we are. It is one thing for people to have an image of who they are or of who they would like to be, it is quite another for them to actually become that image. Through genuinely identifying...(Read More)
 
 
Transpersonal Psychology in Psychoanalytic Perspective
Transpersonal Psychology in Psychoanalytic Perspective (July 1994)
Michael Washburn - Author

"The author has an original theory of human development and self-actualization first expressed in outline form in his Ego and the Dynamic Ground and in this book presented in its fully developed and mature form. It is now more impressive for the range of materials it integrates, for the clearness of its thought, and for the way it brings into unity Freudian thought and the highest experiences of the great mystics of both West and East." -- H...(Read More)
 
 
Interpretive Approaches to Interpersonal Communication
Interpretive Approaches to Interpersonal Communication (May 1994)
Kathryn Carter - Editor
Mick Presnell - Editor

This groundbreaking book presents conceptual, theoretical, and applied chapters demonstrating the strengths of interpretive approaches in the study of interpersonal communication. It extends our understanding of interpersonal communication through the incorporation of interpretive and critical theory paradigms. Until now, no text has systematically described interpersonal communication and theory by drawing on insights from interpretive or critica...(Read More)
 
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