7 edition of Albert Schweitzer"s reverence for life found in the catalog.
Albert Schweitzer"s reverence for life
Mike W. Martin
Includes bibliographical references (p. ) and index.
|Statement||Mike W. Martin.|
|LC Classifications||B2430.S374 M37 2007|
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|LC Control Number||2006101694|
Albert Schweitzer's Legacy for Education is the first book devoted to the study of the thought and deeds of Albert Schweitzer in relation to education. Schweitzer's life and work offer both inspiration and timely insights for educational thought and . Buy Albert Schweitzer's Reverence for Life: Ethical Idealism and Self-Realization 1 by Mike W. Martin (ISBN: ) from Amazon's Book Store. Everyday low prices and free delivery on eligible orders.
The second edition of this biography of humanitarian Albert Schweitzer has been updated to include documents discovered since the work was originally written, including the letters between Schweitzer and Helene Bresslau written . Everyone needs a philosophy of life: Albert Schweitzer's philosophy, reverence for life. [Albert Schweitzer; Mary Louise R O'Hara] Albert Schweitzer's philosophy, reverence for life". Be the first. Similar Items. Related Subjects: (5) Schweitzer, Albert, -- -- Philosophy.
Topic – Contributions of moral thinkers and philosophers from India and world.. 7) Discuss about the Schweitzer’s ethical concept of reverence for life. ( words) Reference. Directive word. Key demand of the question. The question wants us to write in detail about the Schweitzer’s ethical concept of reverence for life. Summing Up: Highly recommended" - Choice "A.G. Rud explains, develops and advocates Albert Schweitzer's ethics of reverence for life as it is relevant to contemporary education. In the first half of the book he provides a clear and illuminating overview of Albert Schweitzer's life .
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Albert Schweitzer's () system of ethical mysticism is based primarily upon Christ's injunction, "Love the Lord thy God first and thy neighbor as thyself." He writes, "I can do no other than be reverent before everything that is called life.
That is /5(9). A Reverence for Life is small book that provides a short, yet wonderful insight into the life and thoughts of one of our great humanitarians. Albert Schweitzer was a theologian, a doctor, a musician, an author, and he won the Nobel Peace Prize in all notable achievements; however, I believe that his greatest achievement was not for himself, it was for humanity as a 5/5(4).
"A.G. Rud explains, develops and advocates Albert Schweitzer's ethics of reverence for life as it is relevant to contemporary education. In the first half of the book he provides a clear and illuminating overview of Albert Schweitzer's life and thought.5/5(1).
Reverence For Life is a powerful book by Albert Schweitzer. Why is it powerful. This is a book of Sermons made from the early s. The Topics covered were How to be true to yourself, The Courage of Action, Overcoming Death, and Peace of God in our life,etc.
He explained the power of Christ in simple yet powerful ways/5(7). In this book Mike W. Martin interprets Schweitzer's 'reverence for life' as an umbrella virtue, drawing together all the more specific virtues, in particular: authenticity, love, compassion, gratitude, justice and peace loving, each of which Martin discusses in an individual chapter.
The Teaching of Reverence for Life is a slim volume, penned late in life by Albert Schweitzer, the theologian who changed careers at age 30 to endure seven years of medical school and follow a call into medical missionary work/5. Reverence For Life In Out of My Life and Thought, Albert Schweitzer described the birth of his concept of reverence for life during his Ogowe River journey to the village of 'Gomo.
Albert Schweitzer's Reverence for Life w 1 Comment x by WRF Staff At the height of his influence, Albert Schweitzer was often referred to as the most famous of living men. He inspired millions by his revelation of how rich a human life can be. While being transported upstream on the Ogowe River from Lambaréné, Schweitzer honed his philosophy of ‘reverence for life’.
He reasoned that the morality of man should extend to the entire creation of the universe and that relationships should be both deepened and widened, with each person acting in accordance with his beliefs, as he himself had : Siang Yong Tan, Yvonne Tatsumura.
Albert Schweitzer () won the Nobel Peace Prize in While still a young man he demonstrated extraordinary abilities in a wide range of pursuits, including science, theology, and music.
In he published his magisterial study of the life and works of Johann Sebastian Bach. Albert Schweitzer's philosophy) focusing on reverence for life and campaign against nuclear weapons that naturally flows from it remain sources of great inspiration today." Dr.
Jane Goodall, DBE, founder Jane Goodall Institute, UN Messenger of Peace "Turn to this beautiful book for inspiration, for hope, for renewed faith in your own ability to.
James Brabazon (Author of the Biography of Albert Schweitzer) defined Reverence for Life with the following statement: "Reverence for Life says that the only thing we are really sure of is that we live and want to go on living.
In this book Mike W. Martin interprets Schweitzer's 'reverence for life' as an umbrella virtue, drawing together all the more specific virtues, in particular: authenticity, love, compassion, gratitude, justice and peace loving, each of which Martin discusses in an individual : $ Albert Schweitzer maintained that the idea of Reverence for Life came upon him on the Ogowe River as an unexpected discovery, like a revelation in the midst of intense thought.
While Schweitzer made numerous significant contributions to an incredible diversity of fields - medicine, music, Book Edition: 1. According to some authors, Schweitzer's thought, and specifically his development of reverence for life, was influenced by Indian religious thought and in particular the Jain principle of ahimsa, or non-violence.
Albert Schweitzer noted the contribution of Indian influence in his book Indian Thought and Its Development:Awards: Goethe Prize (), Nobel Peace Prize. Restoration of Albert Schweitzer's Ethical Vision eBook: Cicovacki, Predrag: : Kindle Store5/5(1).
Cicovacki's approach is both scholarly and appreciative, and the resultant book offers a timely invitation to consider reverence for life-reverence for all of life, human, animal, and plant-as an ethical vision and a way of living for today." -- Marvin Meyer, Director of The Albert Schweitzer Institute at Chapman University, USA.
Of the many highly esteemed books Albert Schweitzer penned in his life, he valued his autobiography the most. " "Out of My Life and Thought" shatters the old myth and allows us to glimpse the real Albert Schweitzer, a man whose moral example is as relevant and compelling in the s as it was in the s on first publication.4/5.
Albert Schweitzer Biographical A lbert Schweitzer (Janu September 4, ) was born into an Alsatian family which for generations had been devoted to religion, music, and education. His father and maternal grandfather were ministers; both of his grandfathers were talented organists; many of his relatives were persons of scholarly attainments.
Albert Schweitzer's legacy for education: reverence for life. [A G Rud] -- The first book devoted to the study of the thought and deeds of Albert Schweitzer in relation to education, this work examines the inspiration and insights Schweitzer's life and work offer for.
Albert Schweitzer's idea of 'reverence for life' underscores the contribution of moral ideals to self-realization. This book interprets Schweitzer's 'reverence for life' as an umbrella virtue, drawing together all the more specific virtues, in particular: authenticity, love, compassion, gratitude, justice and peace loving.Reverence for Life in essence says the one thing we are sure of is that we live and want to go on living as do all living things.
He was awarded the Nobel Peace Prize in When he went to Oslo to receive the prize he was greeted by a crowd of 20, people.Albert Schweitzer's Legacy for Education: Reverence for Life. [A G Rud] -- This is the first book devoted to the study of the thought of Albert Schweitzer as it .