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Angels and Us

by Mortimer J. Adler

A wonderfully enlightening work on the affinities between angels and human beings.

Mortimer Adler has always been ahead of his time. In 1982, before the current revival of interest in angels, Dr. Adler published...


By the Late John Brockman

by Mr. John Brockman

A radical, experimental work that challenges the boundaries of poetry, philosophy, and science. First published in 1969, this new and expanded edition of John Brockman’s first book, By The Late John Brockman,...


Aristotle Second Edition

by Christopher Shields

In this extensively revised new edition of his excellent guidebook, Christopher Shields introduces the whole of Aristotle's philosophy, showing how his powerful conception of human nature shaped much of his...


Hegel, Institutions, and Economics: Performing the Social: Performing the Social

by Carsten Herrmann-Pillath & Ivan Boldyrev

Hegel's philosophy  has witnessed periods of revival and oblivion, at times considered to be an unrivalled and all-embracing system of thought, but often renounced with no less ardour. This book renews the...


Nietzsche's Case: Philosophy As/And Literature

by Bernd Magnus, Stanley Stewart & Jean-Pierre Mileur

First published in 1993. Routledge is an imprint of Taylor & Francis, an informa company.


Philosophical Logic: An Introduction

by Sybil Wolfram

First published in 1989. Routledge is an imprint of Taylor & Francis, an informa company.


Bertrand Russell's Best

by Bertrand Russell

First published in 1981. Routledge is an imprint of Taylor & Francis, an informa company.


Our Knowledge of the External World

by Bertrand Russell

'Philosophy, from the earliest times, has made greater claims, and acheived fewer results than any other branch of learning ... I believe that the time has now arrived when this unsatisfactory state of affairs...


Philosophy Made Simple

by Richard H. Popkin & Avrum Stroll

For almost four decades, Made Simple books have set the standard for continuing education and home study. In answer to the changing needsof today's marketplace, the Made Simple series for the '90s presents a...


The Tantric Distinction: A Buddhist's Reflections on Compassion and Emptiness

by Jeffrey Hopkins & Anne C Klein

"The ideas, concepts, and methods of various religions must be tried on for size, must be lifted above museum displays, must be confronted and allowed to resonate with one's own character. It is in this spirit...


Journey to Mindfulness: The Autobiography of Bhante G.

by Henepola Gunaratana & Jeanne Malmgren

Bhante Gunaratana - Bhante G., as he is affectionately called - has long been among the most beloved Buddhist teachers in the West. Ordained at twelve, he would eventually become the first Buddhist chaplain...


The Essence of Zen: The Teachings of Sekkei Harada

by Sekkei Harada & Daigaku Rumme

The Essence of Zen is an expert's guided tour of the ins and outs of the tradition's approach to meditation, enlightenment, and the oneness of all things. To read it is to enter into one of modern Japanese Zen's...


Ordinary Mind: Exploring the Common Ground of Zen and Psychoanalysis

by Barry Magid & Charlotte Joko Beck

Is meditation an escape from--or a solution to--our psychological problems? Is the use of antidepressants counter to spiritual practice? Does a psychological approach to meditation reduce spirituality to "self-help"?...


Opening the Eye of New Awareness

by Dalai Lama, Donald S. Lopez & Jeffrey Hopkins

Opening the Eye of New Awareness is a succinct, thorough overview of the doctrines of Buddhism as they have been practiced for a thousand years in Tibet. The Dalai Lama here discusses the need for religious...


Natural Perfection: Longchenpa's Radical Dzogchen

by Lonchen Rabjam, Keith Dowman & Chogyal Namkhai Norbu

Dzogchen, or the "Great Perfection," is considered by many to be the apex of Tibetan Buddhism, and Longchen Rabjam is the most celebrated of all the saints of this remarkable tradition. Natural Perfection presents...


Luminous Mind: The Way of the Buddha

by Kalu & Dalai Lama

Luminous Mind is a remarkable compilation of the oral and written teachings of the late Kalu Rinpoche - who was called "a beacon of inspiration" by the Dalai Lama. A master of meditation and leader of the Shangpu...


MindScience: An East-West Dialogue

by Dalai Lama, Herbert Benson & Robert Thurman

What is the subtle relationship between mind and body? What can today's scientists learn about this relationship from masters of Buddhist thought? Is it possible that by combining Western and Eastern approaches,...


A Letter in the Scroll: Understanding Our Jewish Identity and Exploring the Legacy of the World's Oldest Religion

by Rabbi Jonathan Sacks

For too long, Jews have defined themselves in light of the bad things that have happened to them. And it is true that, many times in the course of history, they have been nearly decimated: when the First and...


The Way of Go: 8 Ancient Strategy Secrets for Success in Business and Life

by Troy Anderson

For centuries, business, political, and military leaders throughout Asia have had a secret weapon for success -- the philosophies and strategies found in an ancient game called Go.

Now, Troy Anderson, an entrepreneur,...


Culture of Hope: A New Birth of the Classical Spirit

by Frederick Turner

As we approach the new millenium, the moral, intellectual,and spiritual crisis of our time is visible most plainly in the sickness of the arts. The "postmodern" cultural establishment is philosophically empty...