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Benjamin B. Olshin

. Like the later works of Harris, Mondrian’s later paintings can be seen as serving as the “place of enlightenment” where reality is glimpsed clearly right there in the act of engaging with the painting itself. 31 Such efforts may seem quaint to us in this pragmatic age, and a belief in Theosophy

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Benjamin B. Olshin

the physicist and writer Paul Davies comments: Clearly, then, both religion and science are founded on faith—namely, on belief in the existence of something outside the universe, like an unexplained God or an unexplained set of physical laws, maybe even a huge ensemble of unseen universes, too. For

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Benjamin B. Olshin

relationship” more generally comes from the fact that the project of philosophy and the project of physics are not actually the same, as pointed out above. In dealing with the natural sciences, Pylkkänen is also critiquing the belief that we should be able to use the methods of physics, for example, to talk

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Fabian Völker

: „ Prapañca then is the activity of consciousness that leads us to the belief that we are isolated beings at large in an extended world of plurality. […]. In other words, because of prapañca categories such as self, other, being, non-being, nirvāṇa , saṃsāra , subject, object, etc. arise.“ Harris, Ian

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Melanie Barbato

, which was developed during the enlightenment period, based on the historically contingent separation of faith and reason. In Indian culture, the intelligent mind never had to distance itself from religious belief. The acceptance of religious pluralism in India has therefore to be examined in another

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Julian Meyrick

performative expression? Is it a dig at authority’s inability to tame a world it believes it can manipulate with its categorical logic? Brack’s later paintings are divided between hope and despair, between belief that growth and development are possible and a sense that humanity just goes round and round. The

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Julian Meyrick

-up practitioners who would otherwise have to go abroad to learn their craft. McGuire and Kardoss echoed Aldous’s belief that there is one kind of theatre, expressed in commercial production, whose practices were the necessary, if not sufficient, guarantee of the sector’s operation and worth. Rees, while having

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Julian Meyrick

social transformation (‘the personal is political’). Garry Wotherspoon describes the factors informing the new gay identity: First, there was a belief in the absolute validity of one’s sexual orientation. This … implied an outright rejection of social definitions of homosexuality as an illness, a crime

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Melanie Barbato

, some teachings can be identified as fundamental tenants of Buddhist philosophy. One of these is the doctrine of non-self ( anātman or Pali anatta ), which stands in opposition to the Hindu belief in an eternal soul, and, on a more philosophical level, is directed against the assumption of universals

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Julian Meyrick

Brian Sweeney, explained was, … to increase an understanding of the position that has been reached by the larger non-profit companies in statistical terms. [The report] is offered in the belief that it can and will be used constructively both within and outside the profession, to encourage an even more