Author: J. Hammerman
... inadequate to the intensity and complexity of human feeling generally and specifically of desire. As Wolmar's method recedes, the religious vision offered by Julie in letter VIII elevates illusion to the highest position in human ...
Author: Michael O'Dea
Each of the five illusions of desire ( greed , anger , stupidity , arrogance , and doubt ) is an emotional and instinctive manifestation of the corresponding illusion of thought . These illusions of thought and desire have been ...
This understanding may be deepened by noticing that the loss of innocence is a loss of illusions and a gain in inwardly directed ... For in the grip of the illusion that society and the physical world were meant to satisfy our desires, ...
Author: John Kekes
Publisher: Cornell University Press
This is a theme that recurs across the spectrum of Rousseau's work, as agents interpose illusions between themselves and their desires and, in so doing, substitute a pleasure derived from the illusion for the pleasure deferred by it.
Author: Kevin L. Cope
Publisher: Rutgers University Press
Category: Literary Criticism
Desires. The mind is the world. If we have a million people, we have a million worlds. ... Our senses and minds nurse our desires and our thoughts that come from the six desires. ... thoughts and desires. These thoughts are illusions.
Author: Martin Avery
We all have great desires and wonderful ideas. We all dream. When we have desires, ideas, and dreams, the way we handle them puts us on either side of the divide. Do not see and treat desires, ideas, and dreams as illusions, ...
Publisher: Xulon Press
in this world ( the result ) of the illusion of thy creative energy , ( people whose ) hearts have been deluded by illusions and ( whose hearts are ) steeped in desire , passions and envy , travel from house to house believing ( this ...
Author: Manmatha Nath Dutt
AVOID ILLUSIONS False desires are self-defeating because they can never be satisfied. They always lead the individual to frustration. We can never come to possess that which is exterior to ourselves. Our desires attach themselves to the ...
Author: Jeannette Murueta
Category: Health & Fitness
In all of the interludes , he says , « some forbidden but cherished illusion intrudes to blur the circumstantial world of everyday life . » " The « commonsense » world of the frame ultimately represses unruly desires and illusions which ...
Author: Comediantes (Association)
Category: Spanish drama