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Gravity and grace;

Author: Simone Weil
Publisher: New York, Putnam [1952]
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Document Type: Book
All Authors / Contributors: Simone Weil
OCLC Number: 1430998
Description: 236 pages 21 cm
Contents: Gravity and grace ; Void and compensation ; To accept the void ; Detachment ; Imagination which fills the void ; Renunciation of time ; To desire without an object ; The self ; Decreation ; Self-effacement ; Necessity and obedience ; Illusions ; Idolatry ; Love ; Evil ; Affliction ; Violence ; The cross ; Balance and lever ; The impossible ; Contradiction ; The distance between the necessary and the good ; Chance ; He whom we must love is absent ; Atheism as a purification ; Attention and will ; Training ; Intelligence and grace ; Readings ; The ring of gyges ; Meaning of the universe ; Metaxu ; Beauty ; Algebra ; The Social imprint ; The great beast ; Social harmony ; The mysticism of work.
Responsibility: with an introd. by Gustave Thibon. Translated by Arthur Wills.

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