აღმოსავლური სიბრძნე


აღმოსავლური სიბრძნე და თანამედროვეობა [BOOKS] ⚣ აღმოსავლური სიბრძნე და თანამედროვეობა By Alan W. Watts – Thomashillier.co.uk , , ,,.

  • Paperback
  • 244 pages
  • აღმოსავლური სიბრძნე და თანამედროვეობა
  • Alan W. Watts
  • Georgian
  • 22 February 2017
  • 1577311809

About the Author: Alan W. Watts

Alan Wilson Watts was a British philosopher, writer and speaker, who held both a Master s in Theology and a Doctorate of Divinity Famous for his research on comparative religion, he was best known as an interpreter and popularizer of Asian philosophies for a Western audience He wrote over books and numerous articles on subjects such აღმოსავლური სიბრძნე eBook ¸ as personal identity, the true nature of reality, higher consciousness, the meaning of life, concepts and images of God and the non material pursuit of happiness In his books he relates his experience to scientific knowledge and to the teachings of Eastern and Western religion and philosophy.



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  3. Jean Jean says:

    My Metaphysical courses are leading me to all kinds of interesting things I recall hearing radio lectures years ago by Alan Watts, but thought he was a rambling hippie on too much acid Now I realize he was a respected theologan Watts had a Master s Degree from Seabury Western Theological Seminary in IL, and an honorary doctorate of divinity from University of VT Although he was celebrated as a philosopher of the 1960 s counter culture, he was once a Episcopalian minister who went on to disco My Metaphysical courses are leading me to all kinds of interesting things I recall hearing radio lectures years ago by Alan Watts, but thought he was a rambling hippie on too much acid Now I realize he was a respected theologan Watts had a Master s Degree from Seabury Western Theological Seminary in IL, and an honorary doctorate of divinity from University of VT Although he was celebrated as a philosopher of the 1960 s counter culture, he was once a Episcopalian minister who went on to discover and embrace Eastern relgions and philosophies He later went to live in CA I smiled when he said that no intellignent person could ever believe the Bible at least I m not alone And this coming from an ex minister I would have loved to hear one of those sermons just to see what he did with the material I m only on the first of a series of essays, but already am enchanted and feel like I m on the same spiritual page Now that I m finished, much of what Watts said resonated with me He covers so much material, Buddhism, Hinduism, the Tao, and , so I need to taketime to re read parts of this, and think it through I like the Eastern religions though It sabout seeing yourself as whole, and part of the Universe, not a separate entity of it Really thought provoking stuff I ve orderedof Watt s work

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  6. Steve Woods Steve Woods says:

    A wonderful collection of essays, a collectopn of ideas that should be put to every high school student as part of their final year of study just to challenge their thinking about what they might perceive as certainties in their lives Always accessible and clear Watts was a great teacher, I wish I had found him early in my life, had I done so the course of my life might have been considerably different.

  7. Vanessa Vanessa says:

    This book single handedly changed my life for better of worse is yet to be determined

  8. Emmy Emmy says:

    Once again, Alan Watts manages to write about incredibly complex ideas in the most beautifully simple but effective ways Though his lectures in the book occasionally re tread the same material, it actually helps the reader to absorb these lessons and conceptsfully Watts writing is warm, clear eyed, and often humorous it s also bold in its call for reexamination of both self and the universe at large It s impossible not to read Alan Watts work and marvel at how prescient and necessary Once again, Alan Watts manages to write about incredibly complex ideas in the most beautifully simple but effective ways Though his lectures in the book occasionally re tread the same material, it actually helps the reader to absorb these lessons and conceptsfully Watts writing is warm, clear eyed, and often humorous it s also bold in its call for reexamination of both self and the universe at large It s impossible not to read Alan Watts work and marvel at how prescient and necessary his teachings still are, and, to a degree, how depressing it is that so very little seems to have changed in the years since these lectures first took place Watts work and words remain as vital as ever a source of truth and light in turbulent times

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  10. Ryan Botwinik Ryan Botwinik says:

    The perfect introduction to Watts and his philosophy This book blew me away with its thought provoking philosophy I walked away a changed man.

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