Legacies of Theosophy - Conference held in Univ of Sydney - Oct 2010
Nov 24, 2011 05:48 AM
Last year there was a conference held at the University of Sydney and a
brief summary of the papers presented/discussed is now available. The
topics mentioned are interesting. I hope, a pdf file of the papers would be
made available soon. I hope the University does not publish a fat volume at
unaffordable price, as is the norm with all recent theosophical
publications, keeping them out of reach of anyone who is not a fat cat.
Here is quote of introduction and a link for full summary.
This collection of papers was inspired by a two-day conference held at the
University of Sydney in October 2010, and organised by the immediate past
president of SSLA, Associate Professor Vrasidas Karalis. Titled âThe
Legacies of Theosophy: Unveiling Mysteries of the Creative Imaginary,â the
symposium considered the vast inheritance of Theosophy in art and culture.
This volume itself is a varied and profound look at the idea of creativity
and imagination as regards the development of religions. Specifically, of
course, each article links back to a connection with the Theosophical
Society. Because of this, each sheds new light on the development of
religious and cultural ideas around the start of the twentieth century and
There is no Religion higher than Truth
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