"All experience is magic," says NOVALIS (1772-1801), "and only magically explicable";(2a) and again: "It is only because ... character of inductive reasoning, see my The Magic of Experience (1915) (2) Op. cit., bk. i. chap. xxxvii. p.
Ively to the physical realm, then, indeed, we may well speak of magic as " supernatural," because its aims are psychical. ... character of inductive reasoning, see my The Magic of Experience (1915). s Op. tit., bk. i. chap, xxxvii. p.
“ All experience is magic,” says NOVALIs (1772—1801), “ and only magically explicable ” ... SCHLEGEL, 1805), vol. ii. p. 195. ductive reasoning, see my The Magic of Experience (1915). 2 108 BYGONE BELIEFS.
1915a. The Magic of Experience: A Contribution to the Theory of Knowledge. London: Dent. ———. 1915b. ''Report of Third Annual Meeting.'' Journal of the Alchemical Society III:13 (May 1915): 85–87. ———. 1920a. Magic and Mysticism: ...
Author: Mark Morrisson
Publisher: Oxford University Press on Demand
Category: Body, Mind & Spirit
Alchemists are generally held to be the quirky forefathers of science, blending occultism with metaphysical pursuits. This text challenges the widespread dismissal of alchemy as a largely insignificant historical footnote to science.
The magic of experience . 1915 . 121 R31 RITTER , William Emerson . War , science and civilization . 1915 . 172.4 R61 SCOTT , Mrs Miriam ( Finn ) . How to know your child . 1915 . 136.7 S42 The fight for peace ; an aggressive cam- paign ...
Author: California State Library
Vols. for 1971- include annual reports and statistical summaries.
9 Most subsequent anthropologists have retained Frazer's description of magic and discarded his evolutionary polemic. ... of magic, and argued that he could show how they were derived from collective experience (1915: 398ff).
Author: T. M. Luhrmann
Publisher: Harvard University Press
Category: Social Science
To find out why reasonable people are drawn to the seemingly bizarre practices of magic and witchcraft, Tanya Luhrmann immersed herself in the secret lives of Londoners who call themselves magicians. She came to know them as friends and equals and was initiated into various covens and magical groups. She explains the process through which once-skeptical individuals—educated, middle-class people, frequently of high intelligence—become committed to the ideas behind witchcraft and find magical ritual so compellingly persuasive. This intriguing book draws some disturbing conclusions about the ambivalence of belief within modern urban society.
133.4 P28 Redgrove , H. S. Magic of experience . 1915 . 121 R24 Russell , B. A. W. Our knowledge of the external world as a field for scientific method in philosophy . 1914 . 120 R90 " The appalling arrogance of the book , its easy ...
The magic of experience . 1915 . 144R31 " A contribution to the theory of knowledge , " for the general reader ... Divided into three parts , en . titled Idealism , " " Mysticism , ” and “ The Nature and Criteria of Truth .
Author is an officer of Second Pan - American Scientific Congress , December the Institut Océanographique founded by the Prince 28 , 1915 , to January 7 , 1916 . of Monaco . Collins , Archie Frederick . The magic of The magic of Ulugh ...
Author: Springfield City Library Association (Springfield, Mass.)Publish On: 1916
Every man a king , by Orison Swett Marden . Efficient living , by E. E. Purinton . 1915 ...... The magic of experience ; a contribution to the theory of knowledge , by H. S. Redgrove . 1914 ...... The springs of character , by A. T. ...
Author: Springfield City Library Association (Springfield, Mass.)