By Gordon W. Gribble and Thomas L. Gilchrist (Eds.)
Includes nine keynote articles, and seventy four contributed articles and posters. additionally contains documents of 2 web dialogue lists and a variety of digital lectures in chemistry. summary: comprises nine keynote articles, and seventy four contributed articles and posters. additionally contains records of 2 web dialogue lists and a range of digital lectures in chemistry
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E]soteric teachers [ . . 70 The task of the attentive listener is not to unravel the riddle of the parable to a finite point of disclosure so as to achieve a satisfactory 34 Modernist Mythopoeia spiritual goal. The real point is there is no definite point of closure, as Jesus said: The secret of the kingdom of God has not been given to you. But to those on the outside everything is said in parables so that they may be ever seeing but never perceiving. (Mark 4: 11–12) The message is that the reading of the riddle is always an incomplete task as is the process of self-transcendence.
For the lightnings Are the wrath of a god. 40 Heidegger reads Hölderlin’s poem, ‘[What is God . . ]’, by saying that the sight of the sky is what is familiar and ‘the invisible imparts itself in order to remain what it is – unknown’. In other words, Heidegger’s metaphysical metaphor is not too dissimilar to Punter’s ‘uncanny metaphor’: it contains the metaphysical because it cannot contain the difference that is revealed. In a poem of his youth, ‘Man is not God’s worthy image’, Nietzsche expresses the existentialist sorrow when attempting to reveal ‘the shape’, or the form of God: From day to awkward day After my ancient imaginings Of the shape of God Dull sounds wake me, From heavy dreams Lonely through the dark blue night sky I saw lightning strike from brewing clouds Lonely stands the pine tree upon the mountains [ .
The religious version translates man’s search for knowledge into the theme of ‘passive sin’ – temptation is deemed the prima causa in the defiance of God’s law. e. classical and pagan) accepts a pessimistic worldview and perceives the theme of individuation as heroic and inevitable and the cause of man’s greatness and suffering. Humanity strives to overcome its lot in the cosmos and Greek tragedy conveys this ‘contradiction’ as a drama of insoluble tension between man and the gods. For Nietzsche, pre-Socratic tragedy was therefore an expression of humanity’s permanent tragic suffering, without negating the aesthetic and temporal means of redemption.
A Critical Review of the 1998 Literature preceded by two Chapters on Current Heterocyclic Topics by Gordon W. Gribble and Thomas L. Gilchrist (Eds.)