Human Survival and Consciousness Evolution [NOOK Book]

Human Survival and Consciousness Evolution

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Product Details

  • ISBN-13: 9781438405100
  • Publisher: State University of New York Press
  • Publication date: 9/30/2009
  • Sold by: Barnes & Noble
  • Format: eBook
  • File size: 677 KB

Table of Contents

Introduction
Stanislav Grof

1. Human Survival: A Psycho-Evolutionary Analysis
Roger Walsh

2. Transpersonal Vision
Frances Vaughan

3. The Transformed Beserk: Unification of Psychic Opposites
Marie-Louise von Franz

4. On Getting to Know One's Inner Enemy: Transformational Perspectives on the Conflict of Good and Evil
Ralph Metzner

5. Modern Consciousness Research and Human Survival
Stanislav Grof

6. Individuality: A Spiritual Task and Societal Hazard
John Weir Perry

7. Thoughts on Mysticism as Frontier of Consciousness Evolution
Brother David Steindl-Rast

8. Jesus, Evolution, and the Future of Humanity
John White

9. The Buddhist Path and Social Responsibility
Jack Kornfield

10. Transition to a New Consciousness
Karan Singh

11. The Darkness of God: Theology After Hiroshima
James Garrison

12. The Incomplete Myth: Reflections on the "Star Wars" Dimension of the Arms Race
Michael E. Zimmerman

13. Laying Down A Path in Walking: A Biologist's Look at a New Biology and Its Ethics
Francisco J. Varela

14. Pacific Shift: The Philosophical and Political Movement from the Atlantic to the Pacific
William Irwin Thompson

15. Space-Age and Planetary Awareness: A Personal Experience
Russell L. Schweickart

16. Near Death Experiences: Implications for Human Evolution and Planetary Transformation
Kenneth Ring

17. The Omega Project
Kenneth Ring and Alise Agar

18. Death, The Final Stage of Growth
Elisabeth Kubler-Ross

Contributors

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