Ehrenfeld, D. (1981) The Arrogance of Humanism, p. 5 (Oxford University Press, Galaxy Books) 24. Faure, E., et. al. (1972) Learning to Be, p. xxvi (London, ...
Author: Kenneth Wain
This book, first published in 1987, provides a rigorous philosophical analysis of lifelong education. The author presents his arguments simply and directly so that the book is accessible to students who are new to philosophy and adult education.
The Ordered Disorder of Ethan Frome ' , Studies in the Novel , 9 , 1977 , 237-46 . Ehrenfeld , Paul , The Arrogance of Humanism ( Oxford University Press ...
Author: Patrick Reilly
Category: Political Science
This title was first published in 2003. This text explores the "dark, pessimistic truth that pervades the pages of modern texts", setting a theme of Dante's "Inferno" against the work of modern authors including Dostoyevsky, Hardy, Conrad, Wharton, Kafka, Camus, Waugh and Flannery O'Connor. The author's thesis is that these writers exhibit a hostility towards the reader, an anger that the reader should continue to be so deludedly happy when the writer has become so mortifyingly enlightened. At its most characteristic, Reilly demonstrates, modern fiction seems to achieve a savage satisfaction in inflicting this pain, to an extent that could be described as sadistic. Reilly traces what he calls this "punitive spirit" to a character in the "Inferno", Vanni Fucci, who suffering himself does his best to make Dante suffer too. Through the study he uses the "Inferno" as a guide to the prevailing attitudes in modern fiction, revealing a parallel between the prohibition of pity within the medieval poem and in the pages of modern texts.
Author: Antonis AnastasiadisPublish On: 2016-05-19
The Crystals series - as you may already know - will hopefully be completed in a decalogy which will start from the creation of the universe, will transcend all human civilization, will come to the present and continue into the future, ...
Author: Antonis Anastasiadis
Publisher: AKAKIA Publications
The Crystals series - as you may already know - will hopefully be completed in a decalogy which will start from the creation of the universe, will transcend all human civilization, will come to the present and continue into the future, summarily showing the development of human civilization. In the first book, we saw the discovery of an object with strange properties, the study and finally the ‘cosmic’ journey in which we observed the Big Bang, the creation of galaxies and star systems.The 2nd book refers to the creation of the solar system, the creation and structure of the earth, the appearance of life on earth and its developmental course. This whole period, which in fact was initiated about five billion years ago, is elaborated with mythological fights and dwells, fitting in reality to mythological forms as natural forces, and that is why they are named ‘Supernatural’. Thus, we observe the drama of archetypal life on planet earth in the form of Supernatural Powers.The Titans with their leader, Cronos dominate the scene in the 2nd book. The structural upheavals on planet earth are presented in the form of epic battles and struggles, as well as the calamities and extinction of life but also the emergence of new life forms on earth. The 2nd Clash of the Titans brings us to about 50 million years ago with the final triumph of the Supernatural Powers in their fight against the Hypercosmic Powers followed by their slippage into the arrogance of power which will cause the 3rd Clash of the Titans.Continuing on this magic journey and keeping the White Crystal as the ‘vehicle’ of our transport, the reader of this and the other books in the series will observe the development of the human civilization from the creation of the universe to this day, through the use of myth, allegory and real events and scientific knowledge.The following 10 books with follow with the following proposed titles:1st Battle of the Titans: Clash between Vacuum and the Hypercosmic (Creation) 2nd Battle of the Titans: Clash between Hypercosmic and the Supernatural (Celestial Battle) 3rd Battle of the Titans: Clash between Natural and the Supernatural (Zeus-Cronos) 4th Battle of the Titans: Clash between Natural and the Paranormal (Battle of Giants) 5th Battle of the Titans: Clash between Natural and the Metaphysical (Prometheus) 6th Battle of the Titans: Clash between the Good and the Evil (White-Dark Crystal) 7th Battle of the Titans: Clash between the Sociopolitical and the Counter-sociopolitical (Early Civilizations) 8th Battle of the Titans: Clash between Humanism and Technocracy (Later Periods) 9th Battle of the Titans: Clash between Civilization and Barbarism (Current Times) 10th Battle of the Titans: Clash between Earthlings and Extraterrestrials (Intergalactic Travel)
... the self-absorbed Eustace and the arrogant Rabadash. ... Dune stand out as a chillingly believable vision of a galaxy-spanning Islamic culture, ...
Author: Shanna Caughey
Publisher: BenBella Books, Inc.
Category: Literary Criticism
Theologians, psychologists, academics, feminists, and fantasists offer humor, insight, and fresh perspectives on the enchanting and beloved Chronicles of Narnia series. Such contributors as fantasists Sarah Zettel and Lawrence Watt-Evans, children's literature scholar Naomi Wood, and C.S. Lewis scholars Colin Duriez and Joseph Pearce discuss topics such as J.R.R. Tolkien and Middle Earth's influence on the conception of Narnia, the relevance of allegory for both Christians and non-Christians, the idea of divine providence in Narnia, and Narnia's influence on modern-day witchcraft. Fans of the wildly popular series will revel in the examination of all aspects of C.S. Lewis and his magical Narnia.
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Author: Darrell Bowles
Publisher: Hillcrest Publishing Group
Category: Biography & Autobiography
Why do bad things happen to good people? Why is there so much suffering and injustice in the world? Are you there, God? Darrell Bowles, a former Marine and now a registered nurse, husband and father, believes in the American dream. A world-class endurance athlete, he's consumed with his goal of winning the 3,000-mile bicycle Race Across America. Then just two weeks after September 11, 2001, a stranger comes barreling through his life and his firstborn son Johnny is killed. This leaves Darrell questioning everything he thought he understood about life. Plunged into grief and desperately trying to make sense of this tragedy, he begins a journey in search of answers. This is the true story of one man's struggle to find meaning in a world of injustice, suffering and uncertainty. In "Out of the Valley of Tears," Darrell shares his own personal search for God-a story of hope, grace and the transforming power of God's love. More than a testimonial, it's the story of a journey, One Man's Journey to Truth, and in it he discovers that none of us are ever too far from home.