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|Publisher:||The Great Courses (2011)|
Why Evil Exists book. Mathewes traces humans thinking on evil from the ancient civilizations of the Middle East 4000 years ago through current thinking Charles T. Mathewes' "Why Evil Exists" is a series of 36 academic style lectures (of approximately 30 minutes length each) on the human's thinking about the Nature of and Reason for Evil.
Why Evil Exists Audio CD – 2011. by Charles Mathewes (Author). This course is an exceptional study of EVIL, as examined and imagined in art, philosophy, theology, sociology and psychology. I recommend it (with the proviso below) if you write much or if you are fascinated by the forces of good and evil in film and other arts, theology, the psychology of those who commit atrocities or in politics. The course covers: the nature and origins of evil (including the symbolism of tragedy, sin and wickedness), the Enuma Elish and Gilgamesh, the Peloponnesian War (and Greek tragedies), the Greek philosophers Plato and Aristotle
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Why do humans do evil? What is behind "man's inhumanity to man," the troubling fact of human actions that produce suffering and destruction? Is it ultimately a spiritual or cosmic problem? Is it a consequence of social systems or power structures? Or is it some inner deficit of human nature, lurking in the shadow world of our psychology? Why, in the end, does evil exist? The "problem of evil" is one of the oldest and most fundamental concerns of human existence. Since ancient times, questions surrounding evil have preoccupied every major religion,.
Now, in Why Evil Exists, award-winning Professor Charles Mathewes of the University of Virginia offers you a richly provocative and revealing encounter with the question of human evil-a dynamic inquiry into Western civilization's greatest thinking and insight on this critical subject. A Question at the Heart of Human Existence
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Original Staging AUDIOBOOK. Book by The Great Courses. Audiobook Narrator: Professor Charles Mathewes. Length: 19 hour 6 min. Release Date: 27-JUN-13. Download Now View Coupon.