Truth Imagined

Blind as a child, Eric Hoffer--one of America's most important thinkers--regained his sight at the age of fifteen and became a voracious reader.

Truth Imagined

Author: Eric Hoffer

Publisher: Hopewell Publications Llc

ISBN: 9781933435015

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Blind as a child, Eric Hoffer--one of Americas most important thinkers and the author of The True Beleiver--regained his sight at the age of fifteen and became a voracious reader. At eighteen, fate would take his remaining family, sending him on the road with three hundred dollars and into the life of a Depression Era migrant worker, but his appetite for knowledge-history, science, mankind-remained and formed the basis for his insights on human nature. Filled with timeless aphorisms and entertaining stories, Truth Imagined tracks Hoffers years on the road, which served as the breeding ground for his most fertile thoughts.

Grand Illusion

It is impossible to find it outside the divine sphere, as it is impossible to find
absolute truth and goodness outside of that ... in an exact correspondence
between beauty, goodness, and truth, imagined as related emanations of
transcendence.

Grand Illusion

Author: Gabriela Cruz

Publisher: Oxford University Press, USA

ISBN: 0190915056

Page: 312

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A new and groundbreaking historical narrative, Grand Illusion: Phantasmagoria in Nineteenth-Century Opera explores how technical innovations in Paris transformed the grand opera into a transcendent, dream-like audio-visual spectacle.

Light and truth triumphant or G Keith s imagined Magick of Quakerism confirmed utterly confounded and confronted by his own and divers authors testimonies collected in an appendix etc

Lamentations 3. 26. He shall Wait ( and be Silent ) for the Salvation of the Lord . 6
. Observe , here the Scripture exprefly men• tioneth Silent Waiting , or Waiting in
Silence . Let the Opposers and Adversaries of Truth confider this . Lamentacions
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Light and truth triumphant  or  G  Keith s imagined Magick of Quakerism confirmed  utterly confounded and confronted by his own and divers     authors testimonies collected in an appendix  etc

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The Expository Times

Having just spoken of an abiding of divine these truths are when taken in their
strict God in ... Faith in the fact that spirit is truth , imagined that such a notion is a
mere concert of is undoubtedly the basis of all consistent piety . the fancy .

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The Expository Times

Faith in the fact that spirit is truth , imagined that such a notion is a mere concert
of is undoubtedly the basis of all consistent piety . the fancy . Here again ,
therefore , as in iii . 24 , he John assumes in this verse that we can have a
expressly ...

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The Presbyterian Quarterly

That holds an abstract conception of truth , imagined under the form of
mathematical equality or identity . It has no place for development or organic
process , and none for comprehension of concrete experience which it vainly
tries to force into ...

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The Page of the Duke of Savoy

... the Princess Marguerite took no one into her confidence in regard to what had
occurred after they had left the salon , those whose conjectures were nearest the
truth imagined that the generous givers of jewels and gowns were envoys of the ...

The Page of the Duke of Savoy

Author: Alexandre Dumas

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Is He Popenjoy

... to be her partner . While dancing she had been unaware of her husband ' s
presence , and had not thought of him . When he had first come to her she had in
Bu as are truth imagined that he had been frightened THE KAPPA - KAPPA . 217.

Is He Popenjoy

Author: Anthony Trollope

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Amenities of Literature

A Mr . Baldwin , in 1795 , our consul at Alexandria , in search of what he called
the Divinity of Truth , imagined he had found it in this new and mystical science .
Always seeking for fitting subjects , a cunning Arab long served his purpose on ...

Amenities of Literature

Author: Isaac Disraeli

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La Com die Humaine Scenes of provincial life

him by default at the Tribunal of Commerce . Coralie , his mistress , having no
idea of the truth , imagined that Lucien had accommodated his brotherin - law ;
she gave him all the documents together , too late . An actress sees too many
actors ...

La Com  die Humaine  Scenes of provincial life

Author: Honoré de Balzac

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The Orations of Demosthenes Against Macartaus Leochares Stephanus I Stephanus II Euergus and Mnesibulus Olympiodorus Timotheus Polycles Callippus Nicostratus Conon Callicles Dionysodorus Eubulides Theocrines Ne era and for the Naval crown The Funeral oration The Exotic oration or Panegyric upon Epicrates Exodria the Epistles

If any one upon the former occasion , in ignorance of the truth , imagined them to
be harmless and inoffensive persons , I wish to read you evidence of their
character , furnished by witnesses whom they have injured . To tell it you in my
speech ...

The Orations of Demosthenes  Against Macartaus  Leochares  Stephanus I  Stephanus II  Euergus and Mnesibulus  Olympiodorus  Timotheus  Polycles  Callippus  Nicostratus  Conon  Callicles  Dionysodorus  Eubulides  Theocrines  Ne  era  and for the Naval crown  The Funeral oration  The Exotic oration  or Panegyric upon Epicrates  Exodria  the Epistles

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The Seekers

... whenever sleep overtook him ; and as for his food , the delicate , unsubstantial
diet of the East was easily provided by Zadski's one confidential servant , Hebro ;
but the western understanding , not able to see the truth , imagined a miracle .

The Seekers

Author: Stanley Waterloo

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What is art What is religion

Then he became conscious of a higher truth , and was right in acknowledging it .
... This might have been imagined at the beginning of Christianity , when one faith
appeared possible ; but in our time , when by our sides we can see people of ...

What is art  What is religion

Author: graf Leo Tolstoy

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