This volume contains letters written in 1488 and 1489, with a preface added in the summer of 1490.
Letters of Marsilio Ficino Vol 9
Correspondence from the last decade of Marsilio Ficino's life, from late 1489 to spring 1491.
This timely book eloquently and thoughtfully opens doors to the “spiritual” seeker who is pursuing an internal enquiry and search for Self and meaning
Introduction followed by ten sessions of practical exercises for groups.
Nature of Society is a very substantial essay of 170 pages.
The book offers a radical revision of modern economic theory. I
Nine famous prayers from the Upanishads in Sanskrit calligraphy, as well as translation, transliteration and word for word translation, plus the Hymn of Creation from the Rg Veda with translation
The remarkable Hong Kong Revenue Regime in perspective. A model for generating public revenue, which could be adopted by other countries
Ficino on Plato's Symposium
Almost a library in one volume, this unusual book, written by an accomplished poet, examines the 4000 year old phenomenon of poetry
This book is about economics viewed from an ethical perspective.
Wide-ranging exploration of the ideas in Corpus Hermeticum , and parallels to ancient Egyptian and Vedantic thought and culture.
Panini's Dhatupatha arranged for use with Monier-Williams Sanskrit-English Dictionary
LEON MACLAREN was leader and teacher in the School of Economic Science from 1937 until his death in 1994.
An epic poem of Winston Churchill's finest hour
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