The Inner Life V6 No 1 January 1938

The Inner Life  V6  No  1  January  1938

This is a new release of the original 1938 edition.

Author: Nicholas Roerich

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ISBN: 1258937654

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This is a new release of the original 1938 edition.
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Meditation

Meditation

Proposes a Christian meditative path for guidance and inspiration, based on John's Gospel.

Author: Friedrich Rittelmeyer

Publisher: Floris Books

ISBN: 0863158617

Category: Self-Help

Page: 203

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The demands of modern life are such that many people find great value in meditation. It can be hard to know where to start, however, or how to progress.In this classic work, Friedrich Rittelmeyer recognises the difficulties we face and proposes a Christian meditative path, to guide and inspire. His work is based on the Gospel of St John and he shows how the imagery in the text can be brought alive in people's hearts through thought and imagination.Rittelmeyer's inner training is presented with a wealth of practical advice, and a gentle trust in his reader which glows from every page.
Categories: Self-Help

Virginia Woolf

Virginia Woolf

An Inner Life Julia Briggs. May 1938, p. 138. 23. D5, 7 July 1938, p. 155; 7 Aug. 1938, p. 160; 20, 30 May 1938, pp. 141, 146. 24. D5, 7 Aug., 17 Aug. 1938, pp. 160, 161; 22 Aug. 1938, pp. 162–3 (referred to in the opening of Between ...

Author: Julia Briggs

Publisher: Penguin UK

ISBN: 9780141905495

Category: Biography & Autobiography

Page: 544

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Virgina Woolf is the greatest of all British women writers and one of the most influential figures in twentieth-century writing. She was a novelist utterly immersed in books, wholly original, passionate, vivid and with a steely dedication to her art. Yet given that what we value about Woolf's life is her nine great novels, most writing about her tends to revolve around her social life and the planet of the Bloomsbury set. Julia Briggs' aim in this fresh, absorbing new book is to put the writing back absolutely at the centre of Woolf's life; to read that life through her books, using the novels themselves to create a compelling new form of biography. Using Woolf's own matchless commentary on the creative process through her letters, diaries and essays, Julia Briggs has produced a book which is a convincing, moving picture of an artist at full stretch, but also a brilliant meditation on the whole nature of creativity.
Categories: Biography & Autobiography

Alexandra

Alexandra

Inner. Life. of. Alexandra. 1938–47. Alexandra'sprevious. chapter population revealed. grew explosively The national in census the late of 1930s 1946 and put 1940s as the Alexandra's population at 52 066. This was almost certainly an ...

Author: Noor Nieftagodien

Publisher: NYU Press

ISBN: 9781776141234

Category: History

Page: 528

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Alexandra: A History is a social and political history of one of South Africa’s oldest townships. It begins with the founding of Alexandra as a freehold township in 1912 and traces its growth as a centre of black working-class life through the early years before the Nationalist government, through the struggles of the apartheid era and into the present day. Declared as a location for ‘natives and coloureds’, Alexandra became home to a diverse population where stand owners, tenants, squatters, hostel-dwellers, workers and migrants from every corner of the country converged to make a new life for themselves near the economic hub of Johannesburg. The stories of ordinary people are at the core of the township’s history. Based on numerous life-history interviews with residents and previously unexamined archive sources, the book portrays in vivid detail the daily struggles and tribulations of the people of Alexandra. A significant focus is the rich history of political resistance, in which political organisations and civic movements organised bus boycotts, anti-removal and anti-pass campaigns, and mobilised for housing and a better life for the township’s residents. But the book also tells the stories of daily life, of the making of urban cultures and of the infamous Spoilers and Msomi gangs. Over weekends Alexandra came alive as soccer matches, church services and shebeens vie for the attention of residents. Alexandra: A History highlights the social complexities of the township, which at times caused tension between different segments of the population. Above all else, despite a long history of hardship and adversity, the community spirit of the people of Alexandra, expressed in a fiercely loyal love of their township home, has repeatedly triumphed and endured.
Categories: History

Embodiment and the Inner Life

Embodiment and the Inner Life

Small-world brain networks. The Neuroscientist 12(6), 512–523. Bateson, G. (1972/2000). ... Buck, J.B. (1938). Synchronous rhythmic flashing of fireflies. ... Self-projection and the brain. 194 EMBODIMENT AND THE INNER LIFE.

Author: Murray Shanahan

Publisher: Oxford University Press, USA

ISBN: 9780199226559

Category: Psychology

Page: 218

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To understand the mind and its place in Nature is one of the great intellectual challenges of our time, a challenge that is both scientific and philosophical. How does cognition influence an animal's behaviour? What are its neural underpinnings? How is the inner life of a human being constituted? What are the neural underpinnings of the conscious condition? Embodiment and the Inner Life approaches each of these questions from a scientific standpoint. But it contends that, before we can make progress on them, we have to give up the habit of thinking metaphysically, a habit that creates a fog of philosophical confusion. From this post-reflective point of view, the book argues for an intimate relationship between cognition, sensorimotor embodiment, and the integrative character of the conscious condition. Drawing on insights from psychology, neuroscience, and dynamical systems, it proposes an empirical theory of this three-way relationship whose principles, not being tied to the contingencies of biology or physics, are applicable to the whole space of possible minds in which humans and other animals are included. Embodiment and the Inner Life is one of very few books that provides a properly joined-up theory of consciousness, and will be essential reading for all psychologists, philosophers, and neuroscientists with an interest in the enduring puzzle of consciousness.
Categories: Psychology

The Inner World of Abraham Lincoln

The Inner World of Abraham Lincoln

Often , however , no canonical evidence sheds light on an aspect of Lincoln's inner life ; then I try to alert readers ... 1938 ) Herndon - Weik Papers Chicago Historical Society Illinois State Historical Library , Springfield James G.

Author: Michael Burlingame

Publisher: University of Illinois Press

ISBN: 0252066677

Category: Biography & Autobiography

Page: 416

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Based primarily on long-neglected manuscript and newspaper sources--and especially on reminiscences of people who knew him--this psychobiography casts new light on Lincoln. Burlingame uses a blend of Freudian and Jungian theory to interpret the psyche of the 16th president.
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The Ancient Dancer in the Modern World

The Ancient Dancer in the Modern World

possibly Greek',41 an impression which may have been compounded by the 'very two-dimensional' choreography that they performed.42 In 1938, Graham produced American Document, her first fully-staged dance drama for which she integrated ...

Author: Fiona Macintosh

Publisher: Oxford University Press

ISBN: 9780191634383

Category: Literary Criticism

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When the eighteenth-century choreographer Jean-Georges Noverre sought to develop what is now known as modern ballet, he turned to ancient pantomime as his source of inspiration; and when Isadora Duncan and her contemporaries looked for alternatives to the strictures of classical ballet, they looked to ancient Greek vases for models for what they termed 'natural' movement. This is the first book to examine systematically the long history of the impact of ideas about ancient Greek and Roman dance on modern theatrical and choreographic practices. With contributions from eminent classical scholars, dance historians, theatre specialists, modern literary critics, and art historians, as well as from contemporary practitioners, it offers a very wide conspectus on an under-explored but central aspect of classical reception, dance and theatre history, and the history of ideas.
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William Penn and Early Quakerism

William Penn and Early Quakerism

Restoration, 1640-1660 (Cambridge, Mass., 1938); A.S.P. Woodhouse, ed., Puritanism and Liberty: Being the Army Debates (1647-9) from the Clarke Manuscripts with Supplementary Documents (London, 1938); Robert Barclay, The Inner Life of ...

Author: Melvin B. Endy Jr.

Publisher: Princeton University Press

ISBN: 9781400872640

Category: Biography & Autobiography

Page: 422

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William Penn is justly famous for his part in the political development of colonial America. Yet he was also one of the leading Quaker theologians of the seventeenth century and the most important translator of Quaker religious thought into social and political reality, and his life and works cannot be fully understood without a knowledge of his religious hopes and ideals. Melvin Endy goes beyond the political histories, biographies, and histories of Quakerism to provide a comprehensive account of Penn's religious thought, its influence on his political thought and activity, and the significance of his life and thought to the Quaker movement. His assessment of Penn's place in the Quaker movement and his discussion of Penn's thought in relation to Puritan, Spiritualist. Anglican, and pre-Enlightenment developments has led to an understanding of Quakerism that differs from the recent tendency to stress strongly its Puritan origins and affinities. Because of the revisionist nature of this interpretation and the author's conviction that early Quaker thought has never been adequately related to its intellectual milieu, this study of Penn has been developed into a vehicle for a new analysis of aspects of early Quaker thought. Finally, the Pennsylvania venture is examined and assessed as a laboratory in which the vision of a society run according to the principles of a spiritual religion was put to the test. Originally published in 1973. The Princeton Legacy Library uses the latest print-on-demand technology to again make available previously out-of-print books from the distinguished backlist of Princeton University Press. These editions preserve the original texts of these important books while presenting them in durable paperback and hardcover editions. The goal of the Princeton Legacy Library is to vastly increase access to the rich scholarly heritage found in the thousands of books published by Princeton University Press since its founding in 1905.
Categories: Biography & Autobiography

Soul Treatment and Recovery

Soul  Treatment and Recovery

for his pent-up libido” (Freud 1938:181). ... If it was one of Jung's proudest contributions to indicate the wealth and objectivity of the “inner world” and to throw this into the balance against our usual overvaluation of the ...

Author: Murray Stein

Publisher: Routledge

ISBN: 9781317649847

Category: Psychology

Page: 194

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Murray Stein is well-known as an insightful and pioneering author and academic. Soul: Treatment and Recovery presents a selection of papers and book chapters spanning his career from 1973 to 2012. The chapters included in this collection speak for Stein’s hope that individuals and humanity as a whole can evolve toward greater consciousness and awareness of meaning in daily life. The book is presented in four parts, each of which represents a stage in Stein’s personal development as an author. Part One, Psyche and Myth, presents papers which draw on timeless documents of the soul for the benefit of our generations of humans who are no longer contained within mythic consciousness. In Part Two, Clinical Themes, Stein has selected papers and an interview that explore themes familiar to many clinicians that were raised in his own practical work as a Jungian psychoanalyst. Part Three is dedicated to the process of individuation, a key notion in analytical psychology which lies at the heart of the Jungian enterprise and is a topic that has occupied Stein throughout his career. Finally, Part Four presents several papers dealing with the theme of psychology and spirituality, a matter of increasing concern to Stein in recent years. This unique collection of work will be of great interest to analytical psychologists and psychotherapists as well as academics and students in the field. Additionally, for anyone invested in the project of self-discovery and with the desire to relate more deeply to self and world, the papers included here will suggest important points of reference and directions to pursue further.
Categories: Psychology

Wisconsin Library Bulletin

Wisconsin Library Bulletin

1938 . 371p . illus . Macmillan , $ 3.50 . 921 The story of the Henry Street Settlement has been told in Miss Wald's own writings . ... Dorothy's love for Coleridge is a fact of her inner life but her outward devotion goes to Willian .

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ISBN: UCAL:B2921170

Category: Libraries

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Ecumenical Foundations

Ecumenical Foundations

Council, Tambaram, Madras, December 12-19, 1938, pp. 26-27, Minute 29. ... See also Sue Weddell, The Miracle of Madras, for an intimate glimpse into the inner life of the conference. 6 The World Conference of Christian Youth held in ...

Author: William R. Hogg

Publisher: Wipf and Stock Publishers

ISBN: 9781592440146

Category: Religion

Page: 480

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Classics of International Relations

Classics of International Relations

Quoted in Briggs, Virginia Woolf: An Inner Life, p. 485. 11 By this Woolf meant loyalties to traditions, institutions, and professions vis-à-vis people. 12 Agnes Allen, 'Still a Man's World', Saturday Review, 27 August 1938, p. 6.

Author: Henrik Bliddal

Publisher: Routledge

ISBN: 9781135018665

Category: Political Science

Page: 276

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Classics of International Relations introduces, contextualises and assesses 24 of the most important works on international relations of the last 100 years. Providing an indispensable guide for all students of IR theory, from advanced undergraduates to academic specialists, it asks why are these works considered classics? Is their status deserved? Will it endure? It takes as its starting point Norman Angell’s best-selling The Great Illusion (1909) and concludes with Daniel Deudney’s award winning Bounding Power (2006). The volume does not ignore established classics such as Morgenthau’s Politics Among Nations and Waltz’s Theory of International Politics, but seeks to expand the ‘IR canon’ beyond its core realist and liberal texts. It thus considers emerging classics such as Linklater’s critical sociology of moral boundaries, Men and Citizens in the Theory of International Relations, and Enloe’s pioneering gender analysis, Bananas, Beaches and Bases. It also innovatively considers certain ‘alternative format’ classics such as Kubrick’s satire on the nuclear arms race, Dr Strangelove, and Errol Morris’s powerful documentary on war and US foreign policy, The Fog of War. With an international cast of contributors, many of them leading authorities on their subject, Classics of International Relations will become a standard reference for all those wishing to make sense of a rapidly developing and diversifying field. Classics of International Relations is designed to become a standard reference text for advanced undergraduates, post-graduates and lecturers in the field of IR.
Categories: Political Science

Temporality

Temporality

According to Bergson (1938/2003), this is perfectly in keeping with the objectives of classical science, which, ... Intuition is an ability that allows us to gain access to our inner life, in which the experience of time happens as ...

Author: Livia Mathias Simão

Publisher: IAP

ISBN: 9781623969691

Category: Psychology

Page: 523

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This book comes as part of a broader project the first editor is developing in collaboration with the other two, aiming critically to articulate the central philosophical issue of time and temporality with Cultural Psychology and related areas in its frontier. Similarly to the previous milestone in this effort—Otherness in Question: Labyrinths of the Self, published in this same series, the present one we also invited international cast of authors to bring their perspectives about a possible dialogue between a central philosophical issue and the core subject of their respective research domains. The book interests to researchers, scholars, professionals and students in Psychology and its areas of frontier.
Categories: Psychology

Becoming Real Essays on the Teachings of a Master

Becoming Real  Essays on the Teachings of a Master

that time, there was no question of an inner life for Durckheim. In the summer of 1938, the world political situation was tense. Hitler had just annexed Austria into the German empire. The fear of war was everywhere.

Author: Alphonse And Rachel Goettmann

Publisher: Theosis Books

ISBN: 9780966496079

Category: Religion

Page: 190

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Eleven rare essays on the teachings of German spiritual teacher and transpersonal psychologist, Karlfried Graf Durckheim. These writings from primary students of Durckheim, all key leaders in their fields.
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A History of Korean Literature

A History of Korean Literature

Elsewhere he depicts the inner life of intellectuals who have shut themselves in the nihilism of the time in his “Yahan ki” (“Night's Cold,” 1938) and “S ̆upchaksil es ̆o” (“From a Study,” 1941). An Hoenam (1910–1966) published “Y ...

Author: Peter H. Lee

Publisher: Cambridge University Press

ISBN: 9781139440868

Category: Literary Criticism

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This is a comprehensive narrative history of Korean literature. It provides a wealth of information for scholars, students and lovers of literature. Combining both history and criticism the study reflects the latest scholarship and offers a systematic account of the development of all genres. Consisting of twenty-five chapters, it covers twentieth-century poetry, fiction by women and the literature of North Korea. This is a major contribution to the field and a study that will stand for many years as the primary resource for studying Korean literature.
Categories: Literary Criticism

The Most Beautiful Man in the World

The Most Beautiful Man in the World

Only he creates truly who rises above sense perceptions ... and who in his inner life seeks the universal ... seeing beyond . Baron Arild Rosenkrantz IO Farewells , 1938–1939 Crab Orchard Swan's sculpture Époque and his memorial bust of ...

Author: Janis Londraville

Publisher: U of Nebraska Press

ISBN: 0803229690

Category: Biography & Autobiography

Page: 278

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When Andy Warhol cast Paul Swan (1883?1972) in three films in the mid-1960s, he knew that the octogenarian had once been internationally hailed as ?the most beautiful man in the world? and as ?Nijinsky?s successor.? Arthur Hammerstein had advertised Swan as ?a reincarnated Greek God,? and George and Ira Gershwin had celebrated his beauty in their musical Funny Face. What Warhol didn?t know was that Swan had also been called ?America?s Leonardo,? portrait artist of the famous and the infamous, including writer Willa Cather, aviator Charles Lindbergh, British Prime Minister James Ramsay MacDonald, and dictator Benito Mussolini. This book is the first to tell Swan?s story, from his days as a world-famous dancer and artist, through his film career?which ran from silent pictures, including De Mille?s Ten Commandments (1923), to Warhol?s Camp, Paul Swan, and Paul Swan I-IV (1965)?to his portrait painting late in life when Nelson Rockefeller?s children, Malachy McCourt, and Pope Paul VI were among his subjects. With unprecedented access to Swan?s scrapbooks, letters, diaries, and an unpublished memoir that tells the story of a bisexual man trying to build a public life in perilous times, Janis and Richard Londraville reconstruct the intriguing life of this uniquely interesting figure, whose story, although widely glossed in the press, was until now never fully known.
Categories: Biography & Autobiography

The new Cambridge bibliography of English literature

The new Cambridge bibliography of English literature

Vol 1 , Barclay , R. The inner life of the religious societies of the 1603–44 , 1938. Chs on Mountague , Mainwaring , Commonwealth . 1867 . Sibthorpe . Drysdale , A. H. History of the Presbyterians in England .

Author: George Watson

Publisher: CUP Archive

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Category: English literature

Page: 1250

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Index catalogue of the Library of the Surgeon General s Office United States Army

Index catalogue of the Library of the Surgeon General s Office  United States Army

( Berlin ) Gütersloh , 1938 . 31p . Boisen , A. T. The exploration of the inner world ; a study of mental disorder and religious experience . Chicago , 1936. 322p . Bompard , F. * Les problème de l'assistance aux aliénés pouvant être ...

Author: National Library of Medicine (U.S.)

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ISBN: UOM:39015070981488

Category: Incunabula

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College Women who Express Futility

College Women who Express Futility

A Study Based on Fifty Selected Life Histories of Women College Graduates Pauline Park Wilson Knapp. 79 . Watson , John B . Psychological ... Wickes , Frances G . The Inner World of Man . New York : Farrar and Rinehart , 1938 . 82 .

Author: Pauline Park Wilson Knapp

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ISBN: UOM:39015073689641

Category: Education

Page: 166

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Telling Lives in India

Telling Lives in India

Biography, Autobiography, and Life History David Arnold, Stuart Blackburn ... included as successive “ periods ” of her inner life that marked a progression from emotional anguish to balanced harmony ( Varma 1951 [ 1938 ] : 6 ) .

Author: David Arnold

Publisher: Indiana University Press

ISBN: 0253000491

Category: Social Science

Page: 336

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"This book serves as a window into the rich and revealing lives and self-representations of the particular individuals who have produced the life histories. In so doing, it makes very important broader points about the use of life histories in social science research in general and in the study of South Asian social-cultural life in particular." -- Sarah Lamb Life histories have a wide, if not universal, appeal. But what does it mean to narrate the story of a life, whether one's own or someone else's, orally or in writing? Which lives are worth telling, and who is authorized to tell them? The essays in this volume consider these questions through close examination of a wide range of biographies, autobiographies, diaries, and oral stories from India. Their subjects range from literary authors to housewives, politicians to folk heroes, and include young and old, women and men, the illiterate and the learned. Contributors are David Arnold, Stuart Blackburn, Sudipta Kaviraj, Barbara D. Metcalf, Kirin Narayan, Francesca Orsini, Jonathan P. Parry, Jean-Luc Racine, Josiane Racine, David Shulman, and Sylvia Vatuk.
Categories: Social Science