Mr O'Loughlin's first exercise in philosophy, dating from 1977, takes as its starting-point an analysis of the inter-relativity of dualities and expands, via a series of aphoristic essays and dramatic lessons, towards a dialogue climax in which the two - inevitably! - characters discuss the implications of a dualistic philosophy both as it impacts on theory and practice. Although the author didn't realize it at the time, truth and illusion are a lot closer together than may at first appear to be the case, even if one doesn't necessarily have to get between them!Although the author didna#39;t realize it at the time, truth and illusion are a lot closer together than may at first appear to be the case, even if one doesna#39;t necessarily have to get between them!
|Title||:||Between Truth and Illusion|
|Publisher||:||Centretruths Digital Media - 2013-02-20|