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Transcendentalism: A new Revelation Paperback – November 21, 2002
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When establishing an association with the present day problems between Jews, Christians and Muslims, we can come up with numerous answers, however if there were no distinctions between Muslims, Jews, and Christians, strife would be nonexistent. The author, through his own experiences has attempted to address and offer solutions to these problems.
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describes Transcendentalism as �a conglomeration of similar, but diverse
ideas about literature, religion, culture and philosophy. Transcendentalism
itself is difficult to define concisely, due to the diverse expressions of
those involved in the movement. However, the main tenet of
transcendentalists is the desire to go beyond (transcend) the prevailing
literature and philosophies of the masses in order to improve society. One
of the reasons that transcendentalism spans so many disciplines is due to
this strength of this desire amongst those involved.�
In his book, Kurt who considers himself a Transcendentalist, has examined
the present concepts of spirituality in religions. He considers most
religions as antiquated beliefs which originated in the Middle Ages when
superstitions prevailed and states that it is about time that rationality
predominates. Kurt claims that what mankind has interpreted as being God is
in reality �The progressive spiritual intelligence of the universe� which is
the ultimate unity of souls that exists in the spiritual realm which has
never interfered with the universe nor humanity�s development.
My own assessment is that God does not exist and I have written several
books on this subject. Terrorists today are mostly extremist Muslims whose
zeal is being fed by their clerics with misguided concepts that Allah will
reward their deeds by having their souls immortalized. If this contention
expands and continues we may soon see history being repeated in the form of
Kurt�s concept is one that can possibly be the intermediary of religious
zealots, peaceful conformists and atheists, if it is accepted. I also now
consider myself as being a Transcendentalist and will continue with my own
goal of eliminating antiquated religious beliefs.
A book well worth reading.
Dr. Solomone Tulbure
I wish to believe that Mr. Kawohl personally published this because I can't imagine a legitimate publisher spending time or money on it.
Thanks Amazon for the opportunity to express my opinion.