Borderlands of the Spirit: Reflections on a Sacred Science by John Herlihy

By John Herlihy

Via a penetrating research of cause and mind, non secular mind's eye, and the sunshine of religion, this booklet addresses basic questions touching on our look for which means.

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As such it is the fundamental and defining element of the humanity within the human being and is not a vestige or contingency of some random evolutionary process. Human intelligence—the primary manifestation of inward activity and thus the direct reflection of the inner being—becomes therefore the focal point and catalyst of how people identify themselves. Are we to understand human intelligence as a purely cognitive activity, displaying a mercurial tendency to wander in search of an equilibrium that is perfectly capable of being carried away by waves of endless speculation or extinguished in the devouring flames of an unfulfilled and possibly irrational emotion?

Does it have the power to establish universal laws and principles and, if so, what standard does it abide by? Can it identify the truth and objectify reality? Do the laws that scientists uncover resonate throughout the universe and within time as being truly universal? Is there a standard inherent in human reason that has the right to qualify the parameters of a worldview such as the one set forth by modern science? Needless to say, the modern-day conception of the nature and purpose of the faculty of reason has nothing to do with the phenomenon of the borderland of which we write.

Nasr and Katherine O’ Brien (Oakton, Va: Foundation for Traditional Studies, 1994), p. 103. 2. A conspiracy that ended, it should be pointed out, with the end of the evolutionary process itself. It may surprise a few people to learn that there is no definitive evidence substantiating the claim that an evolutionary process as a grand progression of trans-species development, envisaged by Darwin and perpetuated by modern-day biologists, has ever happened. ” When she lectures to her fellow biologists, she often asks them “to name a single, unambiguous example of the formation of a new species by the accumulation of mutations.

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