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Embracing Our Complexity: Thomas Aquinas and Zhu Xi on Power

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Office hours are for students to discuss ideas, assignments and questions. Aminrazavi & transl. by John Walbridge & Hossein Ziai [1999], in Anthology of Philosophy in Persia, IV, pp. 23-25 & 26-52. Mysticism is ultimately rooted in the original matrix of religious experience, which grows in turn out of man’s overwhelming awareness of God and his sense of nothingness without Him, and of the urgent need to subordinate reason and emotion to this experience.

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Publisher: State Univ of New York Pr; Reprint edition (July 2, 2016)

ISBN: 1438458401

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