Buddhist Civilisation by the Lama Govinda
The Lama Govinda is a German by birth, an archaeologist by training, whose interest in Buddhism was already mature before he studied it in Ceylon, Burma, and finally Tibet. He became Lama in the Kargyutpa order of meditative monks. He now resides in India.
For ye been riche ynough and han no nede of other mennes good.
: second broadcast
by Glanville Williams Reader in English Law in the University of Cambridge
In laying down legal principles to govern the infinite variety of life, judges make use of the concept of the 'reasonable man.' Who is he? The man on the Clapham omnibus, or an ideal abstraction?
A record of meetings with post-war German writers by Christopher HOLME
Do these writers feel themselves to be part of a ' problem ' or in the grip of a ' predicament '? Where do they place their literary allegiances, and what are they trying to do? Readers
Derek Birch. John Bryning
Kenneth Dight , Penelope Lee Keith Williams
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