Sonnets by a skilled wordsmith and lover of Shakespeare
The Rise of Egyptian, Graeco-Roman and Christian civilisations and their philosophy
Soliloquies, poems and songs from Shakespeare both hand written in elegant calligraphy and illustrated by Dorothy Boux.
All Things Natural is not a new translation of the Timaeus, but a commentary on it.
Extracts from Commentaries on the Laws of England
What is it that makes England English? What are the quintessentially English qualities?
Volume 7 in the series of Conversations
A nine-step action plan from More Quiet Time to A Good Life
Two short compositions by Adi Sankara on the nature of the Self
A Practical guide to the use of Dialectic in the search for wisdom
The Essence of Vedanta examines existential philosophy from the viewpoint of the Veda, the most ancient and sacred of Indian scriptures
Offers for the first time an English translation of Ficino’s discerning insights into one of Plato's most important and controversial works, the Timaeus.
Two essays: the Fate of Empires and Search for Survival; the second written in response to the vast amount of correspondence that the first essay generated
A sound constitution, a good character, and a well-furnished mind are in the experience of the author the essential foundations for a full and useful life.
‘Is any study simpler than economics? A child could grasp it…‘. Transcript of a 1952 lecture by Leon MacLaren at the Royal Society of Arts.
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