Alexandria 4, Volume 4

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David Fideler
Red Wheel/Weiser, 1997 - Philosophy - 435 pages
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In ancient Egypt, the city of Alexandria was a flourishing cultural centre where philosophical, spiritual and cosmological teachings flowed together to create a new synthesis. This text tries to recapture this atmosphere by providing a forum for everyone interested in cosmology, philosophy, spirituality, mythology and culture. This fourth volume features essays from such thinkers as Theodore and Betty Roszak, Werner Heisenberg, John Michael Greer and Christopher Carter.
 

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Contents

Philosophy Embracing the World
7
Science and Religion hy Albert Einstein
15
Science and the Beautiful hy Werner Heisenherg
25
A Conversation with Thomas Moore
41
Retrieving an Ancient Ecology fry Christopher Castle
59
Deep Form in Art and Nature
71
Ecomorphology hy Gordon Onslow Ford
81
Cultivating Ecological Design Intelligence
135
The Theology of the Invisible hy Bruce Nelson
195
The World Religions and Ecology hy Joseph Milne
203
The Information War hy Hakim Bey
217
Philosophical Counseling hy Kathleen Damiani
231
Novelty the Stop and the Advent of Conscience
245
Jung and the Myth of the Primordial Tradition
271
The Lost Spirit of Hellenic Philosophy
289
Drinking with the Muses hy Thomas Wittard
305

This
160
Egos Angels and the Colors of Nature
165
The Contemporary Christian Platonism
181
Claiming a Liberal Education hy Stephen Rowe
321
How to Host a Philosophical Banquet hy Phitarch
341
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David Fideler holds a Ph.D. in philosophy and the history of science and cosmology. A recognized authority on the Pythagorean school, he is the editor of "The Pythagorean Sourcebook and Library"; author of "Jesus Christ, Sun of God"; translator of "Love's Alchemy"; and editor of the humanities journal "Alexandria".

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