Creative UnityCreative Unity



Rabindranath Tagore. Rabindranath Tagore Creative Unity ...

Author: Rabindranath Tagore

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History of the development of the doctrine of the person of Christ tr by W L Alexander and D W Simon Division 1 2 vols Division 2 3 volsHistory of the development of the doctrine of the person of Christ tr by W L Alexander and D W Simon Division 1 2 vols Division 2 3 vols



He may , however , have regarded inan as a unity constituted out of the
antagonisms of the world ; God , on the contrary , as that creative unity which
comprises not only those antagonisms , but even man himself . Besides , as man
was already ...

Author: Isaak August Dorner

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History of the Development of the Doctrine of the Person of ChristHistory of the Development of the Doctrine of the Person of Christ



In virtue hereof , it is the essentially mobile , willing , creative unity . Actual , real
being , is self - revelation ; but in order that the absolute may have actuality , that
is , reveal itself , it must not merely be itself ; in itself there must be another , and
in ...

Author: Isaak August Dorner

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Natural religion tr by J W Cole ed with preface and notes by J B MarsdenNatural religion tr by J W Cole ed with preface and notes by J B Marsden



The world which he created could not be unity , for then there would be two Gods
; but it is made after the likeness of the unit ... insight into the unity of the world ,
which gives it an approximate conception of the splendours of the creative Unity .

Author: Jules Simon

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Our Heredity from God Consisting of Lectures on EvolutionOur Heredity from God Consisting of Lectures on Evolution



Evolution brings us into the literal presence of that eternal unity , the one that
involves all intelligent and moral ... The believer in special creative acts affirms
that to - day there are precisely as many species of organic beings as a God
originally ...

Author: Edward Payson Powell

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Creative Inculturation and the Unity of FaithCreative Inculturation and the Unity of Faith



The present volume present three studies which were read and discussed during the Jerusalem seminar of FIUC in 1985. The first study, by Paul Surlis, is about the relation between social justice and inculturation in the Papal Magisterium.

Author: Ary A. Roest Crollius

Publisher: Gregorian Biblical BookShop

ISBN: 887652570X

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The present volume present three studies which were read and discussed during the Jerusalem seminar of FIUC in 1985. The first study, by Paul Surlis, is about the relation between social justice and inculturation in the Papal Magisterium. The second one, entitled Accommodating Culture Without Dissolving the Unity of the Faith, was presented by Thomas Langan; the third contribution on Catholicism in the United States: Some Elements of Creative inculturation was given by Rodger Van Allen. By way of introduction, a brief study by the Editor, Arij A. Roest Crollius, S. J., has been added which is an effort to formulate the problem of doctrinal unity within a pluricultural church.

America s TeilhardAmerica s Teilhard



The author attempts to investigate systematically the whole question of unity, or
creative union, that he would claim predominates in Teilhard's thought and
spirituality. As the concept of union is central to most mystical theologies, his
reading is ...

Author: Sack

Publisher: Catholic University of America Press

ISBN: 9780813231655

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America’s Teilhard: Christ and Hope in the 1960s is a study of the reception of Teilhard in the United States during this period and contributes to an awareness of the thought of this important figure and the impact of his work. Additionally, it further develops an understanding of U.S. Catholicism in all its dimensions during these years, and provides clues as to how it has unfolded over the past several decades. Susan Sack argues that the manner and intensity of the reception of Teilhard’s thought happened as it did at this point in history because of the confluence of the then developing social milieu, the disintegration of the immigrant Catholic subculture, and the opening of the church to the world through Vatican II. Additionally, as these social and historical events unfolded within U.S. culture during these years, the way Teilhard was read, and the contributions which his thought provided changed. This book considers his work as a carrier at times for an almost Americanist emphasis upon progress, energy and hope; in other years his teleological understanding of the value of suffering moves to center. Additionally, the stories of numerous persons – scientists, theologians, politicians, and scholars – who became involved in the American Teilhardian effort are detailed.

Creative CriticismCreative Criticism



There are four essays in the volume.

Author: J E Spingarn

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ISBN: 9798636525356

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There are four essays in the volume. The first, on "The New Criticism," is a statement of the New Freedom in the criticism of literature and art. The second, "Dramatic Criticism and the Theatre," applies this body of theory to the drama; and in the essay on "Prose and Verse" its application to 'vers libres' and to the whole question of metre is made clear. The last essay, on "Creative Connoisseurship," deals with the fine arts, and with the new ideal of "creative collecting."The author's works on criticism have been widely accepted abroad, and in one of Eden Phillpott's novels, "The Joy of Youth," the hero quotes with enthusiasm * the theories of "an honest critic, Spingarn, the American."-Seven Arts, Vol. 1

Design Basics for Creative ResultsDesign Basics for Creative Results



D a D a a ( 0 10 C CO Q a S a S Q C S a S line type shape texture balance
contrast unity value colorlin e type shape texture balance contrast unity value
color linet ype shape texture balance contrast unity value colorline type shape
texture ...

Author: Bryan Peterson

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ISBN: UOM:39015056846226

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The author showcases the fundamental rules of design and reveals how format, type, shape, texture, and structure are all used on the job to create great designs. Original.

Visva BharatiVisva Bharati



273 ( Translated from original Bengali ) 7 . Rabindranath Tagore : ' The Creative
Spirit ' ( op . cit . ) , p . 30 8 . Cf . Rabindranath Tagore : ' An Eastern University ' :
Creative Unity ( 1962 ) , p . 196 9 . Cf . Prabhatkumar Mukhopadhyay : Rabindra
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Author: Visva-Bharati

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Contributed essays on an educational institution founded by Rabindranath Tagore t Santiniketan in 1921.

Creative Growth GamesCreative Growth Games



And you , in turn , are a unique part of this creative unity . As you return now to
your aliveness , here , and now , you feel good to be part of a unity which is
inherently and eternally creative . ” The “ I wonder if ' and the “ I doubt whether ”
attitudes ...

Author: Eugene Raudsepp

Publisher: Putnam Publishing Group

ISBN: UOM:39015002079880

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Seventy-five stimulating numerical, verbal, and spatial games are designed to test and promote one's problem-solving abilities and creative imagination

Rabindranath Tagore His Mystico religious PhilosophyRabindranath Tagore His Mystico religious Philosophy



This principle of unity which man has in his soul is ever active , establishing
relations far and wide through literature , art and science , society , statecraft , and
religion . ” Sadhana , p . 28 . 109 . Sadhana , pp . 35 - 36 . See also Creative
Unity ...

Author: Bhupendra Nath

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ISBN: UOM:39015028572744

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