Collected Essays Of Aldous Huxley

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schema:creator ; # Aldous Huxley
schema:datePublished "1959" ;
schema:description "Section I: Nature. Wordsworth in the tropics ; The olive tree ; The desert -- Travel. The Palio at Siena ; Sabbioneta ; Between Peshawar and Lahore ; Jaipur ; Atitlan ; Sololà ; Copan ; In a Tunisian oasis ; Miracle in Lebanon -- Love, sex, and physical beauty. Beauty in 1920 ; Fashions in love ; Sermons in cats ; Appendix -- Section II: Literature. Subject-matter of poetry ; Tragedy and the whole truth ; Vulgarity in literature ; D.H. Lawrence ; Famagusta or Paphos -- Painting. Breughel ; Meditation on El Greco ; Form and spirit in art ; Variations on Goya ; Landscape painting as a vision-inducing art -- Music. Popular music ; Music at night ; Gesualdo : variations on a musical theme -- Masters of taste and stle. Variations on a Baroque tomb ; Faith, taste, and history -- Section III: History. Maine de Biran : the philosopher in history ; Usually destroyed -- Politics. Words and behavior ; Decentralization and self-government ; Politics and religion ; The scientist's role ; Tomorrow and tommorrow and tomorrow -- Section IV: Psychology. Madness, badness, sadness ; A case of voluntary ignorance ; The oddest science -- Rx for sense and psyche. The doors of perception ; Drugs that shape men's minds -- Ways of life. Holy face ; Pascal ; Beliefs ; Knowledge and understanding."@en ;
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