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This week on Book Talk with Ginger Dawn, I will be exploring the world of Jean Paul Sarte, Descartes, Kant, Husserl, and The Elegance of Hedgehog by Muriel Babery.
We will enter the deep world of philosophy and how "humans live in a world where it's words and not deeds that have power, where the ultimate skill is mastery of language" as written by Babery.
With a mindful approach, I will discuss my story, a transformation nonfiction: how I propose to gift the world a more meaningul boldness,conveyed with honesty, pure heart, and perhaps be a bit entertaining!
As stated by Rene Descartes, "It is not enough to have a good mind; the main thing is to use it well."
How well do we use our time, words, actions, and interpersonal interactions as a representative of each of our phenomenological pursuits?
Tune in not only with your sensory visualization but focused minds to explore who, what, and why I am.
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Dr. Alice Von Hildebrand was born in Brussels, Belgium, immigrated to the United States, and received her doctoral degree in philosophy from Fordham University, where she studied under Dietrich Von Hildebrand. There she mastered his thought, collaborated with him, and they subsequently married. She taught for 37 years at Hunter College in New York until her retirement from teaching in 1984. She is the author of numerous books, among them: The Art of Living; Morality and Situation Ethics; By Love Refined; By Grief Refined: Letters to a Widow; and The Soul of a Lion, the biography of her late husband. She is also author of The Privilege of Being a Woman and Man and Woman: A Divine Invention.
She recently published the booklet Dietrich von Hildebrand and Edith Stein: Husserl's Students.
Today I begin from the top of page 11 of 138 in the Appendices (A - I), from Zee Charnoe's 1986 thesis titled Language, Literacy and Intelligence: Made For Each Other ! ? . . .
This whole thesis is available online for free viewing and downloading. Please acknowledge the author and provide links should you wish to share the information - much appreciated.
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"Calling Occupants of Interplanetary, Most Extraordinary Craft . . . ", thanks to The Carpenters and their associates for such a song during such an era. Each one of these radio sessions is a calling for greater presence, greater connection with all life.
. . . continuing from the middle of page 52 of 108 of the sub-section titled: Synopsis, Part I of II, from Zee Charnoe's 1986 thesis titled Language, Literacy and Intelligence: Made For Each Other ! ? . . .
"Calling Occupants of Interplanetary, Most Extraordinary Craft . . . ", thanks to The Carpenters and associates for such a song during such an era. Each one of these radio sessions is a calling for greater presence, greater connection with all life.
We are very excited that our special guest this Sunday night is JOHN HENRY CROSBY, writer and cultural entrepreneur, who will be discussing his new translation of Dietrich von Hildebrand’s classic book, MY BATTLE AGAINST HITLER.
JOHN is founder and director of the Dietrich von Hildebrand Legacy Project, which fosters deep cultural renewal through publications, events, fellowships, and online resources that draw on the continuing vitality of von Hildebrand’s thought and witness. Born in Florence, von Hildebrand (1889-1977) was the son of renowned German sculptor Adolf von Hildebrand. A leading student of the philosophers Edmund Husserl and Max Scheler, he took up the “great questions” – about truth, freedom, conscience, community, love, beauty – with a freshness that allowed him to break new ground, especially in ethics, but also in epistemology, social philosophy, and aesthetics. His conversion to Catholicism in 1914 was the decisive turning point of his life and the impetus for important religious works. His opposition to Hitler and Nazism was so outspoken that he was forced to flee Germany in 1933.
Hear our live interview with JOHN HENRY CROSBY
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