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This disguised version of Berkeleyan idealism is offered to show that God is no more supernatural than human consciousness to whom things also appear.
Although the superiority of their newfound intellect proves beneficial for the dogs in many cases, the burden of human consciousness arises as an ever-present and oftentimes destructive factor in the novel.
How human consciousness is determined by the environment and questions of nature and ecology are all issues considered in chapters arguing for a naturalistic vision of free will and the arts.
95), and has now come to completion with a particular elegance and literary flair with a novel that takes the reader across ages and dimensions for a synchronous convergence of events as Tashami-roku searched for the legendary prophet Stair and an ultimate awakening and transformation of human consciousness.
He too talked about how human consciousness may actually be creating what it appears to be observing.
Spock sold more copies), Mickey Lemle's film guides and inspires, albeit through a much different stage of human consciousness.
PEAR's mission is to pursue rigorous scientific study of the interaction of human consciousness with sensitive physical devices, systems, and processes common to contemporary engineering practice.
Michael Ayers receives brownie points for translating Bacon's famous diagnosis of the four idola to which human consciousness is prone as "illusions" rather than "idols," but then describes this critique as "a polemic aimed at philosophical and religious enemies rather than a general history of human unreasonableness and cognitive failure" (1044), when the opposite seems to be the case.
Instead, the three academics want to launch a science to study the characteristics of human consciousness that make mystical experience possible.
Simultaneously hostile and fascinating, desert landscapes still exert a mystical hold over human consciousness as the last truly inhospitable places on earth.
He identifies "spirit" with human consciousness as Lonergan understands it.
More than any other figure, Socrates is responsible for the idea (or ideal) of human integrity based upon an innate sense of right and wrong: the god of "good and evil" moves from the shadows of the netherworld in, to the light of human consciousness.

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