Lectures on Ancient Philosophy: An Introduction to Practical Ideals
Philosophical Research Society, 1984 - 513 Seiten
Originally published as a companion guide to the encyclopedic The Secret Teachings of All Ages, Lectures on Ancient Philosophy is a textbook for those who desire to live intelligent and effective lives. For thousands of years men have sought the answer to the essentials of fight living. The quest of the human heart for knowledge has resulted in the formulation of certain great tenets and hypotheses concerning divine and natural law. Anyone wishing to understand the laws by which the wise of every age have regulated their lives to achieve happiness and integrity will find in this book a clear and concise presentation of the Ancient Wisdom.
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