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Tao Chia And The Eight Taoist Immortals

Tao Chia And The Eight Taoist Immortals

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Kyoto: Daitō Shuppansha, 1965. [Stacks Harvard-Yenching in EAL office: 1810 J27 ] Arranged by romanized Japanese pronunciation of Buddhist terms; kanji index. In some versions of a Greek myth, the god Dionysos rises from the dead, as do the Middle Eastern deities Attis and Tammuz and most especially, the Egyptian Osiris. Another example of manic defense in religion is when an aspect of reality is not acknowledged as internal, like ‘‘a preacher [who] feels as if God speaks through him,’’ but denies his own ‘‘parenthood of the internalized object’’ (Winnicott, 1975: 133).

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Encyclopaedia of Buddhism: Middle Path Volume IX: A World

Encyclopaedia of Buddhism: Middle Path Volume IX: A World

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Others examples can be found in the biographies of such figures as Herakles, Dionysos, Theseus, Zoroaster, Quetzalcoatl, and Cuchulainn. Ultimately, the person who does not engage his anxiety will fall into despair. Young men of a tribal horde murdered their father to possess his wives. Nor would the explanation account for the results: whence comes it that monachism has covered not only the East, and Asia, but also Africa, Europe, and the whole of the West? Based on the mystical interpretation of the Torah, the disclosing of Kabbalic secrets occurred as a response to the influence of Maimonides (1135 CE–1204 CE) and his philosophical reading of the Torah.

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Encyclopedia of religions and Ethics. 7 Vols.

Encyclopedia of religions and Ethics. 7 Vols.

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This obligation does not apply to lay brothers, or to persons professed under simple vows. Heraclitus, the fifth century philosopher famously said that Hades and Dionysos are one. Jean Paul Sartre (1905–1980) furthered Heidegger’s work by equating consciousness with intentionality, including an emphasis on deconstructing any assumptions of an unconscious. This stream of thought, far from being divorced from what preceded it in Christian theology, was present throughout Christian theology, and could be seen as a direct reflection of a strong emphasis on the transcendence of God (Turner, 1995: 1).

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Wise Sayings of Jesus

Wise Sayings of Jesus

Kate Kirkpatrick

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Kohut coined the term selfobject to describe how an infant’s earliest experience of the other is not as a separate object but as part of oneself. Drives Stefanie Teitelbaum Introduction Drive (Trieb in German) is a cornerstone of Freudian theory of human nature, combining the components of biological instinct and psychically determined patterns of behavior. One’s perspective on God is important because it embodies one’s goals and guides social interactions.

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Joshua, Judges, and Ruth (Daily Study Bible (Westminster

Joshua, Judges, and Ruth (Daily Study Bible (Westminster

A. Graeme Auld

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Like the Heraclitean maxim in regard to not being able to step in the same river twice, returning to our analogy, an insight regarding the identity of the stream is itself a moment in the flowing. The problem with psychological rebirth is its inherent instability. Scholars assume they believed in life after death, due to their erect and without prostration prayers for the dead during funerals, the archeological findings pointing to their burial with fingernails and, in a specific record, the figure of a Phoenix on the tomb with the sentence ‘‘let there be the joy of a happy ending!’’ They were, besides all these, owners of firmness and constancy before hardships, as reported, once more, by ´ bit ibn-i-Qarrah: ‘‘when everyone was under the influTha ence of the Cross, our parents, with the help of God, showed firmness (.. .).

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Encyclopedia of Religion and Ethics Part 14 (v. 14)

Encyclopedia of Religion and Ethics Part 14 (v. 14)

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The virgin mother occurs as the ‘‘Great Mother,’’ the ‘‘Earth Goddess.’’ She is the true creator, as becomes the Egyptian goddess Isis who re-creates her dismembered husband Osirus, and begets her son Horus to whom she gives the elixir of life. It was the prima materia for a lifetime’s work’’ (Jung, 1961/1995: p. 225). Includes bilingual dictionaries, themed timelines, and quotations. Liminality Paul Larson. . .the sequence of dominance was the effect of the sadism, the fear of retaliation, and the anguished wish to restore damage. [.. .] She also thought of the genital phase as a particular upsurge of libidinal feelings, and that there may therefore be a precocious surge towards the genital phase as a reassurance against the sadistic impulses of the pre-genital phases (Hinshelwood, 1989: 338–339).

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The Sutton Companion to Churches

The Sutton Companion to Churches

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He was ordained a priest in the Episcopal Church in 1944, but left that vocation in 1950 to pursue the study and practice of Eastern mysticism. These places of worship are maintained by that community, and their matsuri, or festivals, are celebrations reaffirming traditional bonds. Christ, as both Son of God and God Incarnate, atones for us through his own death. Psychoanalytic object-relations theory focuses upon the internalization of interpersonal relations, their contribution to normal and pathological personality development, and the mutual influences of internal fantasies and the reality of interpersonal relations.

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Healing A Wounded Worshipper

Healing A Wounded Worshipper

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The essays are long and contain links to other subjects. Moreover, Jung never lost his strong ego and ability to step back and analyze the mysterious depths of soulin-the-world that he uncovered. ancient Greeks did this when they personified the psychic forces in culture such as Fame, Insolence, Timing, Hope Ugliness, Friendship, Modesty, Mercy, Peace, and in the world as Dawn and Night. Schaff (Ed.), First Series Nicene and Post-Nicene Fathers (Vol. 3, pp. 417–438).

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Srimad Bhagavatam Fifth Canto (v.7)

Srimad Bhagavatam Fifth Canto (v.7)

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The strength of Moses’ loyalty to his adoptive family was made evident by his self-imposed exile from Egypt which lasted for as long as the Pharaoh lived. Instruction in Confucianism mostly occurred through use of ‘‘The Four Books,’’ which became the core curriculum for the civil service examination in the Ming (1368–1644 CE) and Qing (1644–1911 CE) dynasties. ‘‘The Four Books,’’ is an abbreviation for ‘‘The Books of the Four Philosophers.’’ The ˆ Hsio, or ‘‘Great Learning’’ is attributed to Ta ˘ Sha ˘ n, a Ta disciple of Confucius.

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Luke (Crossway Classic Commentaries)

Luke (Crossway Classic Commentaries)

J. C. Ryle, J. I. Packer

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Anything by one of these people should be fairly reliable. Freud conceived a primary process as the psychical method of processing instinctual, biological sense impressions into thought that is Instinct I 439 understandable by the conscious mind. Scholarly estimates of the Jewish population of this era range from 700,000 to 5,000,000 in Palestine and from 2,000,000 to 5,000,000 in the Diaspora, the prevailing opinion being that about one-tenth of the population of the Mediterranean world at the beginning of the Christian era was Jewish.

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