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Golden Thread
This is a book to restore hope to a world in which unpredictable change and unrest breed concern about the future.
How Our Economy Really Works
Why are so many people trapped in poverty, when others are grossly well off?
If I can
Timeless Values for Today
In Praise of Silence
Praise for silence from the wise plus experience of silence from recent times
In Search of Truth
A comprehensive story of the evolution of the School of Economic Science, now in its eighth decade.
The transcript of a lecture delivered on 19th December 1951 by Leon MacLaren.
King Alfred The Great
A history in blank verse of the noble expolits of King Alfred the Great from his defense of Wessex to his rule and eventual death.
Language and Truth
This book explores the nature of human language, its relation to truth and to the natural laws of the universe. It focuses on truth according to Advaita (literally non-dualism), and concentrates mainly on the Sanskrit language.
Leon MacLaren: Memories and Tributes
A collection offered by his students in the School of Economic Science and associated Schools around the world.
Letters of Marsilio Ficino Vol 1  - Brand new 2nd Edition
Marsilio Ficino (1433-99) directed the Platonic Academy in Florence and it was the work of this Academy that gave the Renaissance in the 15th century its impulse and direction. The new edition has many improvements including improved translation, more bi
Letters of Marsilio Ficino Vol 10
The letters in this volume span the prolific period of 17 months from 13th April 1491 to 13th September 1492
Letters of Marsilio Ficino Vol 11
The letters in this volume span a critical period in Florentine history from September 1492 to December 1494, a time of political turmoil and religious ferment.
Letters of Marsilio Ficino Vol 2
The letters contained in this volume follow chronologically from those in volume I, first published in translation in 1975.
Letters of Marsilio Ficino Vol 3
In devoting most of his life to the study and translation of the great dialogues of Plato, and in establishing the Platonic Academy in Florence - which acted as a magnet to the most conspicuously brilliant men in 15th century Europe
Letters of Marsilio Ficino Vol 4
The letters in this volume cover the period from September 1477 to April 1478, months which culminated in the Pazzi Conspiracy, when Guiliano de' Medici was assassinated in Florence Cathedral, and from which his brother Lorenzo only just escaped.
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