Uncommon Wisdom: Conversations with Remarkable People

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Bantam Books, Jan 1, 1989 - Social Science - 334 pages
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Written for anyone who wants to know the philosophies of key figures in New Age thought, here is an introduction to serious New Age thinking. Capra charts his own intellectual odyssey and the evolution of a new consciousness through lively discussions with many of this century's most influential minds. (Philosopy/Metaphysics)

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Review: Uncommon Wisdom: Conversations With Remarkable People

User Review  - Krunal - Goodreads

The conversations are a treat to read, but in some chapters your mind just shuts-off as the ideas are too radical and abstract. Also one wonders if these well modeled ideas, which seem to answer the ... Read full review

Review: Uncommon Wisdom: Conversations With Remarkable People

User Review  - Goodreads

The conversations are a treat to read, but in some chapters your mind just shuts-off as the ideas are too radical and abstract. Also one wonders if these well modeled ideas, which seem to answer the ... Read full review

Contents

Preface
11
No Foundation
50
The Pattern Which Connects
71
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