معنى الخلود. إزالة الإشكال حول معنى ( الخلود) في قوله تعالى : {وَمَن يَقْتُلْ مُؤْمِنًا مُّتَعَمِّدًا فَجَزَآؤُهُ جَهَنَّمُ خَالِدًا فِيهَا وَغَضِبَ اللّهُ عَلَيْهِ وَلَعَنَهُ وَأَعَدَّ لَهُ عَذَابًا عَظِيمًا}

He concludes this part with a discussion of mysticism and realism and how they might be related in trying to understand life Hocking, and this book in particular, is little-read today
Hocking expanded each of these lectures and added considerable additional material including an interlude on philosophical developments subsequent to 1942 and an Epilogue which is his attempt at a summation Large sections of the book are written for the general reader

He sometimes calls naturalism a "monistic" approach to philosophy in that it considers nature as, single, entirely of a piece, and subject fully to the laws developed by science and to nothing else.

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The second part was based on a latter 1936 lecture at the University of Chicago titled "Meanings of Life" which my friend was considering having his students read
معنى الخلود فى الخبرات الإنسانية by William Ernest Hocking
He attempts to refine the nature of the question -- what might human immortality be like, if it existed, and what in human experience makes individuals concerned with it
معنى الخلود فى الخبرات الإنسانية by William Ernest Hocking
Then, in a section called "Meanings of Life" Hocking tries to show how an individual approach to meaning in "spots" is insufficient
In some ways, I think Hocking's study ties in with the "possible worlds" arguments which receive attention in more contemporary, analytical metaphysics Hocking argues that meaning requires and understanding of the whole and an ability to separate one's empirical self in time from the subject self
It is still moving and suggestive to read He attempts to refine the nature of the question -- what might human immortality be like, if it existed, and what in human experience makes individuals concerned with it

Hocking argues that meaning requires and understanding of the whole and an ability to separate one's empirical self in time from the subject self.

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مجلة رسالة القلم : مسألة الخلود في الحياة الآخرة
This position was greatly out of favor when Hocking wrote, as he was aware; and it remains so
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معنى الخلود فى الخبرات الإنسانية by William Ernest Hocking
Hocking himself was a philosophical idealist, heavily influence by pragmatism, who believed that reality was spiritual or mental in character