3 edition of The mystical philosophy of T. S. Eliot found in the catalog.
The mystical philosophy of T. S. Eliot
Fayek M. Ishak
by College & University Press in New Haven, Conn
Includes bibliographical references.
|Statement||by Fayek M. Ishak.|
|LC Classifications||PS3509.L43 Z6845|
|The Physical Object|
|Number of Pages||223|
|LC Control Number||75130897|
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The Mystical Life of Franz Kafka Theosophy, Cabala, and the Modern Spiritual Revival June O. Leavitt. Initiates a scholarly discussion of the textuality of mystical experience, altered states of consciousness, textual encounters with the soul, and psychic or paranormal writing. The work of T. S. Eliot () furnishes a particularly good starting place, because he was, for a layman, unusually well acquainted with anthropological goings-on and he put much of his knowledge to use in poems, plays, and works of literary and social criticism.
The title of my talk today may strike some of you as curious, if not confused. One recognizes the name of the Nobel-prize-winning Anglo-American poet and critic, T.S. Eliot; one may recall also that, late in his career, he published a small book entitled Notes Toward the Definition of Culture (). But the phrase, “Culture and Anarchy” belongs to a different author altogether. When Virginia Woolf - T.S. Eliot's fellow Modernist and patron - learnt of her friend's conversion to Christianity in (and not just any form of Christianity, but the highest of .
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T.S. Eliot drew his inspiration not only from the literature of orthodox Christian mysticism and from a variety of Hindu and Buddhist sources, but also from the literature of the occult, and from several unexpected and so far unacknowledged sources such as the 'mystical' symbolism of Shakespeare's later plays and the visionary poetry of Rudyard.
Mysticism is the leap from ordinary intellectualism and apprehension by the senses of the substantial world to the perceptive and intuitive grasp of the intangible depth of Being, particularly aided by God's grace which is pure gift.
T.S. Eliot was as aware of prayer as he was of the religious traditions that emphasized mysticism and chose carefully to integrate them both into his poetry, not only Format: Paperback.
INTRODUCTION. (pp. ) T. Eliot is the first poet since Coleridge to have constructed a comprehensive philosophical system out of eclectic sources and then to have allowed those ideas to determine the nature of his verse and his principles of literary criticism, and to influence even the conduct of his personal life.
A Mystical Philosophy contributes to the contemporary resurgence of interest in Spirituality, but from an entirely new direction.
This book provides a warning against reductive scientific and philosophical models that impoverish our understanding of ourselves and the world, and a powerful endorsement of ways of knowing that give art, and a restored concept of contemplation, their consummative place.
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Find books. MYSTICISM IN 'S "FOUR QUARTETS" - A STUDY KUMARI Mysticism can be broadly defined as something mysterious, that which seems to be obscure for human comprehension. This is something indefinable, something always and everywhere meets us, reminding us of the existence of that which is beyond all.
The mystical philosophy of T. S. Eliot book Journey of T.S. Eliot: From Philosophy to Poetry by Syed Ahmad Raza Abidi To remember T.S. Eliot is also to recapitulate the entire ethos of a century because in writing himself he wrote his times more than anyone else.
He reconstructed the poetry; there is mixture of thought, feeling and vision. Of course Prichard’s philosophy may have very much developed since I knew him. But my belief is that his own aesthetics, based as they are on experiences of a very remarkable sensibility, have an independent value, and that Bergson provided him much more with a valuable emotional stimulant than with an intellectual structure.
Basic lack of information concerning mysticism is perhaps one of the main reasons why Eliot’s mystical attitude, or his philosophy of mysticism, has not always been regarded by critics as fundamental to the inner composition of Four Quartets. The tendency in general is to imagine that a work of mystical literature — if it is really authentic — will be characterised by an intense erotic-devotional by: 1.
Mystical philosophy of T.S. Eliot. New Haven, Conn., College & University Press [©] (OCoLC) Named Person: T S Eliot; Thomas S Eliot; T S Eliot; T S Eliot: Document Type: Book: All Authors / Contributors: Fayek M Ishak.
Official resource for T. Eliot introducing his poems, plays, prose, unpublished letters, recordings and images. hence the justification of writing books about books, in the hope of straightening things out. With Coleridge, criticism merges into philosophy and a theory of aesthetics; with Arnold, it.
Eliot began his career by training as a professional philosopher rather than as poet or critic. He ambitiously pursued this academic study at such major philosophical centers as Harvard, the Sorbonne, Marburg, and Oxford, between and ; completed a Harvard doctoral thesis on the philosophy of F.
Bradley in ; and even published between and a number of professional. The poetry of T.S. Eliot is filled with such temporal concerns because of his early interest in Bergson. Indeed, the influence of Henri Bergson's philosophy on T.S. Eliot's early poetry has been explored and documented by scholars Donald Childs, Philip LeBrun, Lyndall Gordon, and Piers Gray.
Part 1 "Burnt Norton" - at the still point: mysticism and music - the music of imagery, music and meaning-- the philosophy of stillness - Richard of St. Victor and Aristotle, the mystical attitude of Henry Bergson, the philosophy of the poet and the poem-- Eliot in meditation - meditation and poetry, the structure of a meditation.
Eliot's concern with the philosophy of time is evidenced from his earliest poetry. It is part of the development of his whole philosophy of life: his engagement with reality, his concept of consciousness, the function of history and myth in his life, and his concept of "something beyond", a harmony for which he is striving.
Although Eliot was a serious student of philosophy, his poetry Author: Lille d'Easum. Manju Jain's innovative study of T.
Eliot's Harvard years traces the genesis of his major literary, religious and intellectual preoccupations in his early work as a student of philosophy, and explores its influence on his poetic and critical practice.
His concerns were located within the mainstream of Harvard philosophical debates, especially in relation to the controversy of science versus. As T.S. Eliot recognized, a Leibnizian strand pervades Bradley’s philosophy, one which finds expression in his doctrine of finite centres of experience.
On this view, the Absolute articulates itself in a plurality of lesser sentient wholes, unified psychical individuals of the nature of the human by: 7. The Four Quartets are perhaps the most mystical and religious of Eliot's poems. Each one is a meditation on time, mixing Christian and Hindu imagery with personal and historical events.
"In The Waste Land the waste was place, the 'Unreal City,'" writes Eliot's biographer, Lyndall Gordon; "here, the waste is time--time unredeemed by a sense of the timeless.". So, apparently, was T.S. Eliot. During his Harvard days, he made a self-directed study of the lives of saints and mystics, and became well acquainted with Evelyn Underhill’s book Mysticism: A Study of the Nature and Development of Man’s Spiritual Consciousness, and with William Ralph Inge’s book Studies of the English Mystics.
I have already written about Underhill’s. Eliot, in a June letter to Paul Elmer More, stated that his poem “is really a first attempt at a sketchy application of the philosophy of [Dante’s] Vita Nuova to modern life,”. Poet, dramatist, critic and editor, T.
S. Eliot was one of the defining figures of twentieth-century poetry. This edition of The Complete Poems and Plays, published for the first time in paperback, includes all of his verse and work for the stage, from Prufrock and Other Observations () to Four Quartets (), and includes such literary landmarks as The Waste Land, Old Possum's Book of /5(85).Thomas Stearns Eliot OM (26 September – 4 January ) was a poet, essayist, publisher, playwright, literary critic and editor.
Born in St. Louis, Missouri, to a prominent Boston Brahmin family, he moved to England in at the age of 25 and went on to settle, work and marry there. He became a British subject in at the age of 39, subsequently renouncing his American citizenship.Part 1 "Burnt Norton" - at the still point: mysticism and music - the music of imagery, music and meaning; the philosophy of stillness - Richard of St.
Victor and Aristotle, the mystical attitude of Henry Bergson, the philosophy of the poet and the poem; Eliot in meditation - .