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Meaning of the Creative Act; Lowrie, Donald (translator)

by Berdyaev, Nicolas

Condition: Good


New York, NY, U.S.A.: Collier Books, 1962 319 pages, index, Text in English. Book has few smudges to covers, ink smears on edge & rear cover (not remainder mark), text free of marks, light edge & corner wear. Themes of personality, freedom and creativeness, of man's greatness and dignity, his tragic and afflicted situation, of God's desire for man and man's desire for God, which play such great part in Berdyaev's mature work, are all treated with great intensity in this book. Contents include: Philsophy as a Creative Act; Man, Microcosm and Macrocosm; Three Epochs. Also included are Creativity and: Redemption; Gnosseology; Being; Freedom; Asceticism; Sex; Love; Beauty; Morals; Structure of Society; Mysticism.. Mass Market Paperback. Good. Used.

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