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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 Mystical Theology and The Divine Names

by Dionysius the Areopagite & C. E. Rolt

The treatises and letters of Dionysius the Areopagite blended Neoplatonic philosophy with Christian theology and mystical experience. Their exploration of the nature and results of contemplative prayer exercised...


What Is Feng-Shui?: The Classic Nineteenth-Century Interpretation

by Ernest J. Eitel

Promising peace and prosperity, feng-shui promotes living in harmony with the landscape. This original and definitive guide introduces the principled but highly flexible code that can be applied to houses, apartments,...


Dialogues Concerning Natural Religion

by David Hume

Equally captivating as a philosophical argument and as a work of literature, this classic is particularly relevant in terms of its criticism of the reasoning behind Intelligent Design.


The I Ching: The Book of Changes

by James Legge

One of the most important books in the history of Oriental culture, the I Ching proposes that all things happening at a specific time have certain characteristic features which can be isolated.


Reconstruction in Philosophy

by John Dewey

Written shortly after the shattering effects of World War I, this volume initiated the author's experimental concept of pragmatic humanism. This revised, enlarged edition features Dewey's informative introduction....


The Texts of Taoism, Part II

by James Legge

Volume 2 of sacred writings reveal Tao, the way — the key to living an obstacle-free life. Based on wu-wei, taking no unnatural action, it would make individual existence like the flow of water.


The Way of a Pilgrim and Other Classics of Russian Spirituality

by G. P. Fedotov

Ranging from the 11th century to modern times, these texts derive from the lives of saints, ascetic and mystic treatises, and spiritual autobiographies. They offer both a literary sensibility and examples of...


On Human Nature: Essays in Ethics and Politics

by Arthur Schopenhauer & T. Bailey Saunders

Drawn from Parerga and posthumously published works, these six essays offer an accessible approach to the author's philosophy. Topics include government, free will and fatalism, character, moral instinct, and...


Twilight of the Idols and The Antichrist

by Friedrich Nietzsche & Thomas Common

These 2 polemics blaze with provocative, inflammatory rhetoric. Nietzsche's "grand declaration of war," Twilight of the Idols examines what we worship and why. The Antichrist denounces organized religion as...


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,...


The Art of Worldly Wisdom

by Baltasar Gracian & Joseph Jacobs

Published in 1637 by a Spanish Jesuit scholar, this volume features 300 pithy maxims on politics, professional life, and personal development. Gracian's timeless advice, focusing on honesty and kindness, remains...


A Philosophical Enquiry into the Origin of our Ideas of the Sublime and Beautiful

by Edmund Burke

Eloquent and influential , this 1757 treatise defines the concept of the sublime and explores how interaction with the physical world affects formulation of ideals related to beauty and art.


Ecce Homo

by Friedrich Nietzsche & Anthony M. Ludovici

The philosopher's dramatically egotistical autobiography employs masterful language to convey ever-relevant ideas: the importance of questioning traditional morality, establishing autonomy, and making a commitment...


The Dawn of Day

by Friedrich Nietzsche & J. M. Kennedy

This compendium of aphorisms and prose poems marks the advent of Nietzsche's mature philosophy. It represents an essential guide to understanding his later, better-known works.


Five Stages of Greek Religion

by Gilbert Murray

Beginning with Greece's earliest rites, this volume traces the development of the classic religion of the Olympian gods and discusses the religion of the philosophic schools of the fourth century BC. It portrays...


The Soul of Kierkegaard: Selections from His Journals

by Søren Kierkegaard & Alexander Dru

Kierkegaard's journals reflect his further thoughts on the ideas developed in his philosophical and theological works, on his tumultuous career as an author, and on his own relationship with his work and readers....


Western Mysticism: Augustine, Gregory, and Bernard on Contemplation and the Contemplative Life

by Dom Cuthbert Butler

Extracts from the writings of three of Western Christianity's most revered teachers of mystical theology express what they themselves wrote and thought about their mysticism.


The Basis of Morality

by Arthur Schopenhauer & Arthur Brodrick Bullock

Persuasive and humane, this classic offers Schopenhauer's fullest examination of ethical themes. A defiance of Kant's ethics of duty, it proclaims compassion as the basis of morality.