Readings - Bohmian-Mechanics.net This is part of a correspondence between Sheldon Goldstein and Steven Weinberg on Bohmian Mechanics. It is published here with the kind permission of both. From: firstname.lastname@example.org To: WEINBERG@utaphy.ph.utexas.edu Subject: NYRB Date: Sun, Sep 22 1996, 17:14:44 Dear Professor Weinberg, In your recent response in the NYRB, you ask George Levine, my colleague here at Rutgers, to "suppose that physicists were to announce the discovery that, beneath the apparently quantum mechanical appearance of atoms, there lies a more fundamental substructure of fields and particles that behave according to the rules of plain old classical mechanics." I agree with your point that this should make little difference to our views about culture or philosophy. Best, Shelly Goldstein From: WEINBERG@physics.utexas.edu To: email@example.com Subject: Bohm's quantum mechanics Date: Tue, 24 Sep 1996, 21:01:39 -0500 (CDT) Dear Professor Oldstein, I have carried out the experiment you requested.
Aspen Ideas Festival Masters of the Secret - free Online Course Offer Blavatsky Net Theosophy - original Theosophy text - focus on Madame Blavatsky Christian Existential Phenomenology WHAT IS CEP?Christian Existential Phenomenology is an epistemology (i.e., theory of knowledge) that seeks to explore the relationship between post-modern critical theory (e.g., deconstruction, post-structuralism) and an Existentialism drawing from a Christian worldview and the pragmatism of phenomenological philosophy and modern science. The below items represent critical thinking toward these subjects that I initially began in 1991 and successively built upon with the following items written in 1992, 1993, and 1996. A READING TACTIC INTO CEP The following items are arranged chronologically from bottom to top to indicate the progressive development of CEP. (1996) A Formal Outline of Christian Existential Phenomenology, including a Literary Reading Practice (1993) The Significance of Language Reconsidered, or first steps toward a Christian literary theory(-practice), which might be called: Christian Existential Phenomenology --- follow-up essay, Spring, 1993 [unpublished]
EpistemeLinks: For Philosophy Resources on the Internet Blavatsky Study Center: Website on H.P. Blavatsky & Theosophy including Blavatsky Archives. Blavatsky Theosophical University Press Online Edition By H. P. Blavatsky Blavatsky’s masterwork on theosophy, covering cosmic, planetary, and human evolution, as well as science, religion, and mythology. Based on the Stanzas of Dzyan, with corroborating testimony from over 1,200 sources. Originally published 1888. This edition was corrected against the facsimile edition of 1888. Quick Links to Condensed Table of Contents of Volume 1: Part 1 | Part 2 | Part 3 Volume 2: Part 1 | Part 2 | Part 3Index (prepared by John P. (Link to Full “Verbatim” Table of Contents of Volume 1 and Volume 2) PREFACE ... vii INTRODUCTION ... xvii. (continued in) Formation of Man: the Thinker ... 238 STANZA X. — Continued ... 271 (continued in) The Origin of the Satanic Myth ... 378 Western Speculations founded on the Greek and Puranic Traditions ... 402 (continued in) The many meanings of the “War in Heaven” ... 492 (continued in) The Septenary Element in the Vedas ... 605 The Seven Souls of the Egyptologists ... 630
List of constructed languages This list of notable constructed languages is in alphabetical order, and divided into auxiliary, engineered, and artistic (including fictional) languages, and their respective subgenres. Auxiliary languages International auxiliary languages are languages constructed to provide communication among all human beings, or a significant portion, without necessarily replacing native languages. Controlled languages Controlled languages are natural languages that have in some way been altered to make them simpler, easier to use, or more acceptable in certain circumstances, such as when a person does not speak the original language well. Visual languages Visual languages use symbols or movements in place of the spoken word. Engineered languages Human-usable Knowledge representation Artistic/fictional languages Languages used in fiction J. (see also Languages constructed by J. Other literature Comic books Film and television Music Furbish
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