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World Beyond World

Author : Woo Myung
ISBN : 9781625930033
Genre : Philosophy
File Size : 37. 10 MB
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If one understands what the mind is, he is already on the path to happiness. So what is the mind? How can one cleanse one’s mind? Woo Myung has written World beyond World which is the first book that offers the answers by defining the mind and explaining how one can eliminate the individual self-centered mind, which is pain and burden. Woo Myung is the first to give us the method to cleanse our mind and attain perfect freedom. Woo Myung shares his story of how he became Truth and also reveals the method for others to become Truth. He illustrates in writings and graphics the step-by-step process for human completion. He clearly defines the difference between heaven and hell, explaining the reality of the true world and the world of illusion, the human mind world. Woo Myung explains why we must awaken from our illusion and live in the world of reality. For the first time ever, Truth can be fully understood since the book presents the method to realize and become what others have only spoken of. Woo Myung is the first to provide the answers to our deep-rooted questions and the techniques to attain enlightenment. World beyond World also includes beautiful poetry that will assist in awakening the human consciousness.

World Beyond

Author : Ruth Montgomery
ISBN : 044920832X
Genre : Body, Mind & Spirit
File Size : 86. 90 MB
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From beyond the grave comes a startling message from one of the world's most renowned psychics, a message containing the answers to these questions and many more...What does happen after death? Where do you go? What is it like "over there?" What does it feel like to be out of our human shell? Do you see loved ones we have lost long ago? America's best-known spiritualist medium has reached the other world. He has established contact with a "receiver" in this world--and has written this book.

The World Beyond Your Head

Author : Matthew Crawford
ISBN : 0241959446
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From 'one of the most influential thinkers of our time' (Sunday Times): how to respond to today's demands on our attention In this brilliant follow-up to The Case for Working with Your Hands, Matthew Crawford investigates the challenge of mastering one's own mind. With ever-increasing demands on our attention, and with capitalism increasingly invading every space, how do we focus on what's really important in our lives? Exploring the intense focus of ice-hockey players, the flow of a cook in their element, and the inherited craft of building pipe organs, Crawford argues that in order to flourish, we need to return to lives where we establish meaningful connections with objects and the people around us.

A World Beyond The World

Author : James Hogg
ISBN : STANFORD:36105009086427
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The Wood Beyond The World

Author : William Morris
ISBN : HARVARD:32044051125458
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A World Beyond Borders

Author : David Clark MacKenzie
ISBN : 9781442601826
Genre : Political Science
File Size : 89. 97 MB
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"This lucid, thoughtful synthesis makes excellent sense of the dense web that international organizations have spun around the globe over the last two centuries. Above all, by highlighting their role in relation to states and by assessing their performance, this volume provides a welcome introduction to a prime feature of our globalized world."---Michael H. Hunt, University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill "The author has written a balanced, fair introduction to the modern history of international organizations. While the survey of the League of Nations is well done, the book really comes alive with its analysis of the United Nations. The final chapter, surveying recent UN operations, is excellent. A World Beyond Borders is an effective resource for undergraduate students of international relations."---George Egerton, University of British Columbia There were only a few international organizations at the start of the twentieth century. By the end of the century, there were thousands at the heart of the international system involved in all aspects of international relations, including peacekeeping, disarmament, peace resolution, human rights, diplomacy, and environmentalism. This short book examines how international organizations became the major legal, moral, and cultural forces that they are today. For easy reference, the appendices consist of the Covenant of the League of Nations, The Charter of the United Nations, and The Universal Declaration of Human Rights. The book also includes a list of League of Nations members and United Nations members, diagrams of the structure of the General Assembly and the organs of the UN, and a list of UN peacekeeping missions.

A World Beyond Politics

Author : Pierre Manent
ISBN : 9780691125121
Genre : Philosophy
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We live in the grip of a great illusion about politics, Pierre Manent argues in A World beyond Politics? It's the illusion that we would be better off without politics--at least national politics, and perhaps all politics. It is a fantasy that if democratic values could somehow detach themselves from their traditional national context, we could enter a world of pure democracy, where human society would be ruled solely according to law and morality. Borders would dissolve in unconditional internationalism and nations would collapse into supranational organizations such as the European Union. Free of the limits and sins of politics, we could finally attain the true life. In contrast to these beliefs, which are especially widespread in Europe, Manent reasons that the political order is the key to the human order. Human life, in order to have force and meaning, must be concentrated in a particular political community, in which decisions are made through collective, creative debate. The best such community for democratic life, he argues, is still the nation-state. Following the example of nineteenth-century political philosophers such as Alexis de Tocqueville and John Stuart Mill, Manent first describes a few essential features of democracy and the nation-state, and then shows how these characteristics illuminate many aspects of our present political circumstances. He ends by arguing that both democracy and the nation-state are under threat--from apolitical tendencies such as the cult of international commerce and attempts to replace democratic decisions with judicial procedures.

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