Theatrum mundi

Aleksandr Černoglazov

Prevod: Pavle Rak             The world’s a stage and all the men and women are merely players… Ceo svet je scena, a ljudi koji ga naseljavaju nisu drugo do glumci… Na šta li se ovde žali šekspirovski Žak-melanholičar? Je li loše biti glumac? Ma ne – Šekspir se i sam u toj ulozi osećao kao riba u vodi, a sada, kada je svet postao prizor, biti idol publike je doista zavidna sudbina. Žak, naravno, ima u vidu nešto drugo – on govori o zabludi koju dele ljudi misleći da su slobodni, da ostvaruju svoje želje, a u stvari „samo“ ispunjavaju unapred određenu ulogu. Izgleda im da je njihov život...

Die geschichtliche Bedeutung al-Ghazālīs

Raid Al - Daghistani

Raid Al-Daghistani – Die Geschichtliche Bedeutung...

The Sayings of the ‘Desert Fathers’ and the Quest(ion) of the Self

Borut Škodlar, Jan Ciglenečki

 The Sayings of the “Desert Fathers” and the Quest(ion) of the Self:A General Outline“Desert Fathers” and their spiritual practicesThe following paragraphs are a loose set of ideas for our forthcoming research on the psychological dimensions of the teachings of the “Desert Fathers”. Within the framework of the project “Heritage of the Desert Fathers” we are interested in different mental conditions in relation to various spiritual practices behind the sayings and anecdotes of the “Desert Fathers”. These early Christian ascetics pursued gradual penetration of outer sets of emotions,...