A Study of Qualitative Non-Pluralism

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iUniverse, Apr 1, 2006 - Religion - 274 pages
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"A Study of Qualitative Non-Pluralism" is a comprehensive and systematic approach to the study of Comparative Religions. It contains a comparative study of almost 30 different philosophical schools of thought spanning Christianity, Hinduism, Buddhism Confucianism and Taoism. Philosophers like St. Augustine, Buddha, Lao Tze, Confucius, Ramanuja and Nagarjuna are compared within the scope of this logical approach to Comparative Religions called Qualitative Non-Pluralism. Included in this text is a comprehensive study of Jewish and Christian mystical schools of thought called Dyothelemic Christian Qabalah.
 

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Contents

The Definition of Existence Esse
2
Independent and Dependent Relationships in Qualitative
8
Qualitative NonPluralism in Religious and Mystical Formula
18
Introduction
25
St Augustine of Hippo and the Question of Evil
34
Apostles Creed Nicene Creed Athanasian Creed and Arianism
45
The Qualitative NonDualism ofVishishtadvaita Vedanta
57
An Introduction to Buddhism
67
The Book of Radiance
128
The Formula of
135
The Levels of Soul
141
Rabbi Moses
147
Completed Hebrew Qabalah Including
155
55 Path Tree of Life
179
Color Scale
189
Color and the Body
196

The Qualitative NonDualism of Dvaitadvaita Vedanta
84
The Qualitative NonDualism and Qualitative NonPluralism of the Tao
94
An Introduction to Confucianism
102
Hsun Tzus Dualism
109
Basic TaiChi Steps
201
A Concise History of Psychoactive Drug Use and
215
The Astronomically Accurate Zodiac Calendar
240
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