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Anima Mundi – The World Soul

The Soul and the World The Master Argument in Kant’s “Paralogisms” and “Antinomy”

The Dialectic of the Soul and the World

Searching for the Soul of Russia: British Perceptions of Russia during the First World War

Two Troubled Souls: An Eighteenth-Century Couple's Spiritual Journey in the Atlantic World

Flights of the Soul: Visions, Heavenly Journeys and Peak Experiences in the Biblical World. By John J. Pilch.

Aaron Spencer Fogleman. Two Troubled Souls: An Eighteenth-Century Couple's Spiritual Journey in the Atlantic World.

All Souls and the Wider World: Statesmen, Scholars, and Adventurers, c.1850–1950, ed. S.J.D. Green and Peregrine Horden

Fortress of the Soul: Violence, Metaphysics, and Material Life in the Huguenots' New World, 1517–1751

Bonnie Effros. Caring for Body and Soul: Burial and Afterlife in the Merovingian World. University Park: Pennsylvania State University Press. 2002. Pp. xiii, 255. $45.00

Soul Power: Culture, Radicalism, and the Making of a U. S. Third World Left. Cynthia A. Young. Durham, NC and London: Duke University Press, 2006. 307 pages. $79.95 cloth; $22.95 paper.

Neil Kamil. Fortress of the Soul: Violence, Metaphysics, and Material Life in the Huguenots' New World, 1517-1751. (Early America: History, Context, Culture.) Baltimore: Johns Hopkins University Press. 2005. Pp. xxiv, 1058. $75.00.

Soul of the World—Notes on the Future of Public Catholicism. By George Weigel. Washington, D.C.: Ethics & Public Policy Center/William Eerdman's Pubhshing Co., 1996. 206 pp. $18.00 paper

Wars and Peace: The Future Americans Envisioned, 1861-1991. By David Mayers. New York: St. Martin's, 1998. viii, 184 pp. and What America Owes the World: The Struggle for the Soul of Foreign Policy. By H. W. Brands. (New York: Cambridge University Press, 1998. x, 335 pp.

 

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Hegel was living in Jena in 1806 when Napoleon crushed the Prussian army at the battle named after that city. He wrote in a letter: ‘The Emperor—this world-soul—I saw riding ...

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