Browsing by Subject "Reason"
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The developing image of the divine : a philosophical reflection on the relationship between 'will' and 'love' from the perspective of F.W.J. Schelling's later philosophy (Bangkok : Assumption University, 2019)
The most significant call of the human being is for ceaseless effort. Rilke’s1 poetry in the form of poetic language is quite appropriate to support the author’s vital aim in encouraging one’s own self and the fellow human beings for constant unceasing effort. Schelling’s Later Thoughts are influenced by mystics and theosophers such as Meister Eckhart, Jacob Boehme, Franz von Baader and Oetinger. The call of the human being is to make ceaseless effort in developing the image of the Divine in oneself by transcending ‘will’ to ‘love’. According ...
On the concept of 'will' in scelling's later philosophy and its implications for illness and addiction (Bangkok : Assumption University, 2017)