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The guiding fictions Desire and its objects Desire without a proper object Nothingness and being The nothingness of desire and the desire for nothingness Defining self through no-self Getting over one's self The mind of nothingness The self with its desires No-self with its desire No-self and self-transcendence God and death From God to nothingness God and life Displacing the personal God Towards an impersonal god The absolute of relatedness The god of nothingness The place of morality Convivial harmony Customs, habits, decisions Morality and religion The moral subject in love The experience of happiness Giving and receiving The body as property Detachment Orthoaesthesis Consumption Sufficiency An elusive horizon Rewriting the history of philosophy Philosophical antiphony Cultural disarmament Philosophy beyond the divide.
"Jordan lectures 2011."
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Print version: Heisig, James W. Nothingness and desire : an East-West philosophical antiphony. Honolulu : University of Hawaiʻi Press,  vi, 193 pages Nanzan library of Asian religion and culture