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   Abrahams, Ralph
   Alexander, F. M.
   Anderson, Tenshin Reb
   Arguelles, Jose and Miriam
   Armstrong, Ann and Jim
   Arrien, Angeles
   Banyacya, Thomas
   Bateson, Gregory
   Bennett, J. G.
   Bergman, Bob
   Blofeld, John
   Bly, Robert
   Bradbury, Ray
   Brown, Malcolm
   Capra, Fritjof
   Commoner, Barry
   Condon, Thomas
   Cox, Harvey
   Cuevas-Barnett, Gloria
   El-Sarhan, Adnan Mohammed
   Elgin, Duane
   Emmanuel
   Erickson, Carol
   Fadiman, James
   Fawel, Ghazi
   Feldenkrais, Moshe
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   Huxley, Laura
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   Krishnamurti, J
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Aldous Huxley (1894-1963) was a English-born philosopher, mystic, novelist, and essayist. His many books include such classics as The Doors of Perception, Island, and Brave New World.
Huxley, Aldous
Code Name Price Description  
01101 Huxley, Aldous
Human Potentialities
$11.95 Using the illustration that we use only 10% of our brains, Huxley points out that we have the potential to get much more out of ourselves without changing biologically. He discusses how we can actualize our potential in an age that lacks spontaneity, inspiration and virtuosity, where the field of choice is infinite. (Titled Latent Human Potentialities in 1959.) - 1961 Cambridge - One Audiotape
01102 Huxley, Aldous
Visionary Experience
$11.95 Huxley explores that other world of the mind familiar to mystics, artists, children, and poets whose intellect gives way to luminous vision. Evidence of the visionary is found in art, religion, theater, and pageantry, and we all hold some unconscious inkling of it. (Titled Natural History of Visions in 1959.) - 1961 Cambridge - One Audiotape
01103 Huxley, Aldous
Why Art?
$11.95 Art as helps us find order and meaning in an otherwise incomprehensible universe. That art is a mysterious thing at its highest level can somehow bypass the essential ineffability of experience and create a kind of experiential equivalent with symbols. (Titled Art in 1959) - 1961 Cambridge - One Audiotape
01104 Huxley, Aldous
On Language
$11.95 Huxley explores both the liberating and limiting aspects of language in our lives and how language can determine our world views. He talks of the frustration artists and mystics find in using words to express experience, and how we communicate the incommunicable. (Titled Language in 1959) - 1961 Cambridge - One Audiotape
01105 Huxley, Aldous
The Individual And History
$11.95 The profound differences between laws governing the individual and those governing society call into question the extent to which an individual can actually experience the history that surrounds his or her life. (Titled The Individual Life of Man in 1959) - 1961 Cambridge - One Audiotape
01106 Huxley, Aldous
The M.I.T. Lectures
$46.95 These five lectures continue Huxley's 1959 Human Situation series. Though the lectures differ in some details, they revolve around the same basic concepts. The MIT lectures can be purchased individually or as a complete set for a reduced rate. The set includes the following five tape titles: Human Potentialities; Visionary Experience; Why Art?; On Language; and The Individual and History. - 1961 Cambridge - Five Audiotapes
01107 Huxley, Aldous
Man And His Planet
$11.95 Pointing out that forests precede civilization and deserts follow, Huxley looks at the dismal history of our relationship with the planet and how we cannot afford to continue the ravages of the past. - 1959 Santa Barbara - One Audiotape
01108 Huxley, Aldous
More Nature In Art
$11.95 As early as the 50's, Huxley recognized the importance of treating the planet as a living organism, giving it all the love, care and understanding every living organism deserves. He examines how we can create the mental climate in which a proper approach to the planet can keep us from causing further destruction. - 1959 Santa Barbara - One Audiotape
01109 Huxley, Aldous
Population Explosion
$11.95 1959 Santa Barbara - One Audiotape
01110 Huxley, Aldous
How Original Is Original Sin
$11.95 Huxley asks, How do we make the best of the social drive toward conformity, while simultaneously safeguarding the principle that the individual soul is of unique and infinite value? - 1959 Santa Barbara - One Audiotape
01111 Huxley, Aldous
War and Nationalism
$11.95 Huxley contends that, biologically speaking, war is a very rare phenomenon. He likens nation-states to a disastrous, divisive kind of religion, which places value on fragmentary parts of the human totality and condemns humans to chronic strife with our neighbors. - 1959 Santa Barbara - One Audiotape
01112 Huxley, Aldous
The World's Future
$11.95 Huxley talks about how the idea of progress is a modern construction, and that we are on the threshold of making crucial decisions about the direction we actually go. - 1959 Santa Barbara - One Audiotape
01113 Huxley, Aldous
Individual Life Of Man
$11.95 The profound differences between laws governing the individual and those governing society call into question the extent to which an individual can actually experience the history that surroun - 1959 Santa Barbara - One Audiotape
01114 Huxley, Aldous
Problem Of Human Nature
$11.95 Huxley traces how cultural frames of reference have shifted through the ages, even though the fundamental experiences they address have remained the same. - 1959 Santa Barbara - One Audiotape
01115 Huxley, Aldous
The Ego
$11.95 Huxley relates his ideas of personality and the relationship between mind and body. He discusses the historical evolution of the ego - the self-conscious being who uses verbal symbols to employ reason - from Homer, through Descartes, to modern-day philosophy. - 1959 Santa Barbara - One Audiotape
01116 Huxley, Aldous
The Unconscious
$11.95 Huxley considers the unconscious both negative and positive, creative and destructive, linking it to what William James calls cosmic consciousness. He speaks of the unconscious as not enclosed, but touching a psychic medium out of which the individual mind is crystallized and through this psychic medium contacts other minds. - 1959 Santa Barbara - One Audiotape
01117 Huxley, Aldous
Language
$11.95 Huxley explores both the liberating and limiting aspects of language in our lives and how language can determine our world views. He talks of the frustration artists and mystics find in using words to express experience, and how we communicate the incommunicable. - 1959 Santa Barbara - One Audiotape
01118 Huxley, Aldous
Art
$11.95 Art as helps us find order and meaning in an otherwise incomprehensible universe. That art is a mysterious thing at its highest level can somehow bypass the essential ineffability of experience and create a kind of experiential equivalent with symbols. - 1959 Santa Barbara - One Audiotape
01119 Huxley, Aldous
Man And Religion
$11.95 Huxley illustrates what he calls the two main kinds of religion: religion of immediate experience or direct acquaintance with the divine, and religion of symbols or knowledge about the divine. He finds no conflict between the mystical approach to religion and the scientific approach. - 1959 Santa Barbara - One Audiotape
01120 Huxley, Aldous
Latent Human Potentiality
$11.95 Using the illustration that we use only 10% of our brains, Huxley points out that we have the potential to get much more out of ourselves without changing biologically. He discusses how we can actualize our potential in an age that lacks spontaneity, inspiration and virtuosit - where the field of choice is infinite. - 1959 Santa Barbara - One Audiotape
01121 Huxley, Aldous
Natural History Of Visions
$11.95 Huxley explores that other world of the mind familiar to mystics, artists, children, and poets whose intellect gives way to luminous vision. Evidence of the visionary is found in art, religion, theater, and pageantry, and we all hold some unconscious inkling of it. - 1959 Santa Barbara - One Audiotape
01122 Huxley, Aldous
The Human Situation - The Santa Barbara Lectures
$125.95 This is a series of lectures Aldous Huxley gave in 1959, as the first visiting professor at the University of California, Santa Barbara. He stated that it is an impossibly large project but worth undertaking, even inadequately, as an antidote to academic specialization and fragmentation. The range of scholarship, understanding, and vision revealed in these talks is remarkable. Huxley illuminates, with extraordinary clarity, not only the problems but also the potentialities of the modern world. These lectures were adapted into a book of the same name edited by Piero Ferruci. The Human Situation (16 tapes) can be purchased individually or as a complete set for a special rate. The set includes the following sixteen tape titles: Integrate Education; Man and His Planet; More Nature in Art; The Population Explosion; How Original is Original Sin?; War and Nationalism; The World's Future; The Individual Life of Man; The Problem of Human Nature; The Ego; The Unconscious; Language; Art; Man and Religion; Latent Human Potentialities; and Natural History of Visions. - 1959 Santa Barbara - Sixteen Audiotapes
01123 Huxley, Aldous
Art, Artist And Society
$11.95 Does art hold up a mirror to nature or does nature hold up a mirror to art? Art can have a profound effect on society, can enlarge and deepen our knowledge, or can be used as propaganda to control a population - 1959 Santa Barbara - One Audiotape
01124 Huxley, Aldous
Time Must Have A Stop
$11.95 Huxley reads from what some critics consider his best novel. This chapter describes the passage between life and death of Oncle Eustace, a generous and cynical art lover who does not realize he is dead. Partly inspired by The Tibetan Book of the Dead, the excerpt has a preternatural quality enhanced by the author's reading. - 1949 Los Angeles - One Audiotape
01125 Huxley, Aldous
Stories And Poems
$11.95 Huxley reads from his works: The Dwarfs from Crome Yellow; Sermons in Cats from Music at Night; The Cicadas, Mediterranean, Carpe Noctem, and Midsummer Day, four poems from The Cicadas. - 1959 Santa Barbara - One Audiotape
01126 Huxley, Aldous
Brave New World
$11.95 Huxley narrates this 1956 radio dramatization of an excerpt from his best-known book, Brave New World, with an original score composed and conducted by Bernard Herrmann. - 1959 Santa Barbara - One Audiotape
01127 Huxley, Aldous
Integrate Education
$11.95 Since our minds have both objective knowledge of the outer world and subjective experience, the most important task of modern education is to show the relationship between these separate worlds. Huxley speaks to the problem of highly specialized technical learning and the need to interrelate isolated disciplines. - 1959 Santa Barbara - One Audiotape
01128 Huxley, Aldous
Aldous Huxley ( Interviewed By Mike Wallace)
$11.95 1959 Santa Barbara - One Audiotape
01129 Huxley, Aldous
Image and Reality
$11.95 1959 Santa Barbara - One Audiotape
01130 Huxley, Aldous and Freida Lawrence
Memories Of D.H. Lawrence
$11.95 One Audiotape
40025 Hoeller, Stephan
Aldous Huxley - Perennial Philosopher
$11.95 One Audiotape