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This first book, in a two volume set on Nonduality, presents a collection of essays exploring a variety of topics through the analytical lens of Nonduality. Subjects include employing Nonduality in the development of a coherent theory of aesthetics; a survey of the expression of Nondual theory within the western philosophical tradition; Nonduality within the Sufi tradition; the challenge to Critical Theory and Cultural Studies from Nondualism; Nonduality and enlightenment in Tibetan Buddhist shamanism; Nonduality and the life of Ramana Maharshi; questions about the need for coercive State institutions from a Nondual Confucian perspective; and an exploration of the effects that Nonduality can have in changing our approach to international development and poverty relief.
Author of Nagarjuna, Nondualism and the Nature of Nothing, Lorentz provides an engaging voyage into both the subtleties of Nondual theory as well as the practical wisdom made available to us through Nonduality. This revealing and sometimes uplifting exploration demonstrates the breadth and capacity of Nonduality to provide answers to challenges arising from both the sacred and the mundane. More than this, however, Nonduality provides a way of thinking which can fully unify the material and the spiritual into one synthetic world view.
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Table of Contents
Table of Contents
Aesthetics and Nonduality
From External Relations to Monism
Nonduality and the Sufi Tradition
A Challenge to Critical Theory and Cultural Studies from Nonduality
Nonduality and Enlightenment in Tibetan Buddhist Shamanism
Ramana Maharshi: The Light of Advaita Vedanta
Questioning Coercive Institutions from a Confucian Perspective
Nondualism and Bridging the Gaps in International Development