Enlightenment East and West

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State University of New York Press, Aug 4, 1994 - Religion - 388 pages
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This book shows that mysticism is incomplete without scientific rationalism, and that our current social and political projects cannot be completed without assimilating the values and practices of mysticism. It discusses cross-cultural ethics, mysticism and value theory, mysticism and metaphysics, mysticism and the theory of knowledge, ethics and religion, parapsychology, patriarchy, and social and political history.

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Leonard Angel teaches philosophy at Douglas College in New Westminster, British Columbia. He is the author of two previous books of philosophy, The Silence of the Mystic, and How to Build a Conscious Machine.

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