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‘There’s a little bit of an issue’ of what to do with the Heidegger’s sacred objects

Posted June 30, 2018 06:37:49 The Heideger’s sacred things, as well as his letters, are on display at the Museum of the City of Melbourne, in Melbourne’s south west.The collection has been held at the museum since 1892 and was recently transferred to the Museum Victoria, which is currently in the process of completing a […]

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The Buddha: What’s a sacred object?

The Buddha’s teachings, sacred objects and the meaning of life can all be traced back to his teachings.As a child, he would often go to the temple, where he would learn the Buddhist teachings, and later learn the Vedas.After he was killed, his body was cremated, his bones were interred, and his bones scattered around […]

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“Heidegger’s Sacred Objects”

On the topic of sacred objects: What is a “jesuite”?A jesuit is a traditional, and therefore unique, form of a sacred object.A jest  is a joke made with a sacred objects.The word jesuites is French for “sacred” and derives from a Sanskrit word meaning “soul” or “spirit”.Jesuits can also be a form of spiritual meditation, or […]

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A Nazi sacred object is an important artifact for his followers

A rare artifact from the Nazi Party that was meant to celebrate the death of Hitler is also an important source of Nazi propaganda.According to the German publication Spiegel Online, the St. George’s Cross was found in the archives of the party in 2015 by a German citizen.After the discovery, the organization commissioned a study […]

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The story of the jesuit Sacred Objects

Posted February 06, 2019 06:37:56 It’s been almost a year since the first jesuits were given the honour of being enshrined at the Jönköping cathedral.The cathedral has always been a home for the jeesuits, but in a ceremony at the beginning of April this year, it was decided to commemorate the first time a jesit […]

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What is the meaning of the ancient Chinese texts?

A new book, the “Daoism Sacred Objects” by Canadian historian David E. Bohm, aims to shed some light on the meaning and importance of these texts.The book, which was published on Nov. 22 in the University of Toronto Press, is the latest attempt by Bohm to grapple with the questions that have dogged the ancient […]

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