Category Archives: Bibliotheque philosophique

Le Majlis philosophique de Doha (Archive)

Institut français du Qatar Animé par Renaud Fabbri (Université de Versailles, SFS Qatar, contact : renaudfabbri@gmail.com) Un café philosophique n’est pas un cours magistral mais une invitation à penser en commun. Il n’y a pas de sujets proprement philosophiques, mais une … Continue reading

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The Allegory of the Cave

SOCRATES: And now, I said, let me show in a figure how far our nature is enlightened or unenlightened …

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What is it to be wise? (readings)

The modern conception of philosophy Wisdom … is no doubt too much to demand of human beings. But also not even the slightest degree of wisdom can be poured into a man by others; rather he must bring it forth … Continue reading

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Introduction to Ancient and Modern Western Thought

Days: Tuesday from 6:30 pm to 8:30 pm Language: English Taught by: Dr. Renaud Fabbri ​University: Georgetown University in Qatar Course Description: The course provides a general introduction to some of the great tracks of western philosophy including epistemology, ethical … Continue reading

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Corbin on the radical difference between Mulla Sadra and existentialism

“Elsewhere, in editing and translating one of his books (the Kitab al-Masha’ir, I have sketched the radical difference separating Mullâ Sadrâ’s metaphysic of existence from what has in our day taken the name “existentialism.” For Mulla Sadrâ the degree of … Continue reading

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Kundalini Yoga

(1) Only joined with Power has the God power to rule, otherwise He cannot even quiver-and so You are worthy of adoration by Hari, Hara, Virinci, and all the rest, and so how dare I who’ve done nothing meritorious reverence … Continue reading

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“Fifteen Verses of Wisdom”

1. The brilliance of the One Being’s light does not vanish in external light or in darkness because all light and darkness resides in the supreme light of God Consciousness. 2. This Being is called Lord Siva. He is the … Continue reading

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