The Kingdom of the Soul

John O'Loughlin

The Kingdom of the Soul
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The Kingdom of the Soul

John O'Loughlin

With implications that stretch into the author’s concept of ‘Kingdom Come’, this volume of aphoristic philosophy adds one or two fresh ideas to ‘The Core of the Self’ (1998), its immediate rung-like predecessor on his ladder of superphilosophical (theosophical) ascent, as well as highlights the extent to which kingdoms, when genuine, are commensurate with one or other extreme of the Self. The extreme John O'Loughlin favours is, of course, alluded to in the title, and it is one that he believes could have wider application than simply to the British Isles, as described in the text of this not inconsiderable ontological thesis.

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