Damiani, Anthony, "Living Wisdom - Revisioning the philosophic quest"

This book delivers, concisely and accessibly, the essence of the Paul Brunton / Anthony Damiani school of spiritual awakening and practice.
It offers what many consider a satisfying vision of mature spirituality: a perspective that honors reason and beauty, cultivates intuition and mystical experience, fosters reverence and true prayer, and inspires practical action and morality. Its approach to self and world is as broad and deep as life itself, articulating the unique values of each of life’s many aspects.

As Robert Sardello wrote in his Parabola review: "People are starving to find meaning. But the one path that is open to the modern person, the spiritual path of thinking, is neglected . . . because there are not many
individuals around who are dedicated to this path, because thinking has been captured by the forces of hardness. Perhaps this marvelous, this exciting, this truly tremendous book will give a new context for cognition—full of soul which reaches out to touch spirit. Wisdom can be approached only through the path of thinking-feeling, and we must be deeply grateful to
Anthony Damiani for showing us the way again."

Anthony Damiani (1922–1984) founded the Wisdom’s Goldenrod Center for Philosophic Studies in 1972. Living Wisdom is an edited transcript of his commentaries and elaborations on the “What Is Philosophy?” section of Paul Brunton’s Notebooks.

Häftad, 240 sid., Larson Publications 199. Mycket fint skick, ENDAST 1 EX!

68 kr