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Foundations Of Sensation And Perception

Author : George Mather
ISBN : NWU:35556038866273
Genre : Psychology
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"The first edition of this comprehensive introduction to sensation and perception has been highly praised for its unique approach: it allows students to thoroughly grasp the fundamental principles in relation to the relatively simple sensory systems before moving on to the more complex topics."--BOOK JACKET.

Science And Religion 400 B C To A D 1550

Author : Edward Grant
ISBN : 0801884012
Genre : Religion
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Grant illuminates how today's scientific culture originated with the religious thinkers of the Middle Ages.

Borderology Cross Disciplinary Insights From The Border Zone

Author : Jan Selmer Methi
ISBN : 9783319993928
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Merriam Webster S Encyclopedia Of World Religions

Author : Wendy Doniger
ISBN : 0877790442
Genre : Religion
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A beautifully designed volume that provides in-depth information about religions of the world. Features over 3,500 entries and 32 pages of color art and maps. Developed in cooperation with Encyclopdia Britannica.

Fundamentals Of Sensation And Perception

Author : Michael W. Levine
ISBN : UOM:39015009539225
Genre : Perception
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Rudolf Steiner S Philosophie Der Freiheit As The Foundation Of The Logic Of Beholding Thinking Religion Of The Thinking Will Organon Of The New Cultural Epoch Vol 2

Author : G. A. Bondarev
ISBN : 9781304762177
Genre : Religion
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An introduction to Anthroposophical Methodology and a complete analysis of Rudolf Steiner's 'Philosophy of Freedom (Spiritual Activity)', Gennady Bondarev's 'Organon' demonstrates that the methodology intrinsic to Anthroposophy is fundamental to and capable of unifying all modern sciences as it describes the monistic sensible-supersensible reality. Through its anthropocentric and ontological character, this methodology's actualization implies an evolutionary change of both the human subject and the process of cognition itself. Rudolf Steiner's fundamental epistemological work is thereby shown to be the foundation for the development of a new kind of 'beholding' thinking - what Goethe began to experience and called "anschauende Urteilskraft." This is volume 2 of 3. The volumes, taken together, contain a completely new translation of 'Die Philosophie der Freiheit' by Graham B. Rickett.

Freud Religion And Anxiety

Author : Christopher Chapman
ISBN : 9781435705715
Genre : Reference
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Must psychoanalysis be hostile to religion? Freud was a staunch critic of religion and grounded his views in psychoanalytic theory. This work details the philosophical bases of Freud's attack on religion and shows how he used multiple arguments drawn from epistemology, pragmatic concerns, and psychology. Although Freud's psychoanalytic theories changed significantly over the course of his work, his criticism of religion remained tied to his early theories of anxiety and wish fulfillment. Chapman shows that Freud's later revision of the anxiety theory provides grounds for a different, less critical view of religious behavior. Such a revised psychoanalytic view of religion overcomes many of Freud's criticisms and is compatible with modern theology. Chapman examines the potential convergence of psychoanalytic theory and the theology of Paul Tillich. This is a reprint version of a 1989 work, with a new preface by the author (2007).

Religious Education As Encounter A Tribute To John M Hull

Author : Siebren Miedema
ISBN : 3830968949
Genre : Education
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This volume is a tribute to our esteemed colleague Professor John Martin Hull for his exceptional academic achievements in the field of religious education. Especially worth mentioning are his worldwide continuous efforts in trying to realize interreligious education and interreligious learning in public schools. In his approach there is a strong emphasis on openness, dialogue, and encounter. When we are looking for an adequate vignette to characterize the contribution of this famous religious educator, a good one might be ‘religious education as encounter’. That is why this volume is systematically focusing on this topic. It brings together contributions from leading researchers in the international field of religious education adhering to a great variety of religious or worldview traditions, and it addresses a wide range of perspectives regarding the concept of encounter in religious education.

Life S Meaning

Author : Edmund Michaels
ISBN : 9781553697565
Genre : Philosophy
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During times of struggle individuals often ask, why? Expecting a response, people turn to God for answers, as they have for eons. Then as the situation unfolds God's presence or lack of it is felt. What is the connection? What is God's role in Man's interactions? Both religious zealots and skeptics use faith to explain social discourse but Man's interactions are based upon a science that was started 13-14 billion years ago. The science has evolved as Man has evolved and explains Man's place in the cosmos. The secret to the meaning of life is found in the most complex instrument ever constructed, the brain. This book attempts to bring science and religion closer, giving credence to the believer and cynic. God created the universe and all things in it, including Man. Man continues to evolve trying to rejoin with God. However, this goal of unification creates strife within the primitive and cognitive being, producing emotions. Man must learn to use his brain to overcome all obstacles, including unification with God. Harmony is synchronization, the act of working together, between men and within the man. Humans will change the world by being good, which is learning to perform constructive interference. We must then teach this simple yet difficult concept to our children while simultaneously inspiring other adults to do the same. Goodness can instantly triumph over evil. Demonstrating to evil it's own sins and the goodness in the one it wants to hurt may be necessary in the interaction however, the foremost and most difficult duty is to reveal the deep family connection between the two. Harmony explains what exploded in the Big Bang, what gave rise to gravity, the development of evolution and the birth of Man. It explains when the fetus acquires the soul and thus when life starts. The brain and mind constantly wrestle for harmonious existence the result of which is crime, terrorism and power. These can be explained and the result is not just knowledge but unification. Mans life is complex; it is not only based upon beliefs but upon facts. Not only does this book make an effort to justify the above it also attempts to give light to time-travel, give reasons for cancer and clarity to thought. This treatise lays a foundation for education and social harmony through the relationship that is the unique human nervous system. LIFE'S MEANING: THE UNIFICATION OF GOD, MATTER, MAN, MIND, AND SOCIETY A Treatise on the Science of Religion

The Valve World

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