TITLE

A drawing together

PUB. DATE
January 2012
SOURCE
Consciousness, Literature & the Arts (1573-2193);2012, Vol. 31, p196
SOURCE TYPE
Academic Journal
DOC. TYPE
Article
ABSTRACT
The article discusses multiple and changing forms and identities of mysticism and skepticism. It notes the growing number of mystics and skeptics, who are concerned with never-ending experiential enquiry on the positive process of doubting and questioning. It also points out that people should experience life in all its contingency and mutability by becoming aware hat there can never be one absolute viewpoint, belief system and set of truths.
ACCESSION #
78099613

 

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