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The Soul's Domain, 2 vol. Set
The Soul's Domain, 2 vol. Set
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The Soul's Domain
Emanuel Swedenborg

These are volume's one and two of the series formerly titled "Economy of the Animal Kingdom." Volume three can be purchased separately under the old title.
The Dynamics of the Soul's Domain, 2 Volume Set (Formerly: Economy of the Animal Kingdom)
The Dynamics of the Soul's Domain, 2 Volume Set (Formerly: Economy of the Animal Kingdom)
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The Dynamics of the Soul's Domain
Emanuel Swedenborg

These are volume's one and two of the series formerly titled "Economy of the Animal Kingdom." Volume three can be purchased separately under the old title "Economy of the Animal Kingdom, vol III:The Fibre."
The Cerebrum
The Cerebrum
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His first of two major works on the brain,* this book serves to illustrate the power of induction, or reasoning from specifics to general scientific principles, at which Swedenborg excelled. It is here that he describes the animation, or intrinsic motion of the brain, and the predictable motion of its membranes and the cranial bones secondary to it. In other sections Swedenborg proposes an ingenious interpretation of endocrine neurophysiology and the central role of the cerebral cortex in motor function.

Set of Two Volumes, ISBN 0-915221-51-9. Sold as set only. Paperback. Vol I: 766pp., Vol II: 366pp.
Letters and Memorials of Swedenborg - 2 vol. Set
Letters and Memorials of Swedenborg - 2 vol. Set
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Letters and Memorials of Swedenborg - 2 Vol Set
Emanuel Swedenborg / Translated and edited by Alfred Acton

This collection spans 1709-1772 and includes a commentary by Acton that provides continuity and color. Index.

ISBN: 978-091522182-0, 803 pages, 5 1/2 x 8 1/2 inches, reprinted 2009
Swedenborg's Hidden Influence on Kant
Swedenborg's Hidden Influence on Kant
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"Swedenborg's Hidden Influence on Kant" by Gottlieb Florschutz (2014), is a careful tracing of the parallels between Kant and Swedenborg's views on the soul, life afterdeath and the metaphysical importance of moral goodness.
Rational Psychology: A Concordance of Subjects
Rational Psychology: A Concordance of Subjects
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The Rational Psychology: A Concordance of Subjects
Harold F. Pitcairn

This unique volume is the culmination of Harold Pitcairn's life-long interest in The Ration Psychology, Emanuel Swedenborg's 1742 treatise on the causal relationship of the human mind and soul. Much more than a subject index, this reference book presents the essential points of the Rational Psychology in Swedenborg's own language.

This book allows the reader to navigate the complexities of Swedenborg's terminology with respect to the mind and soul: causally linked as one, but operating discretely as body and spirit. Pitcairn has made this terminology accessible, as a guide for the reader who wishes to penetrate into Swedenborg's model of the soul-body interaction. His attention to detail makes it a valuable research tool.

ISBN: 9780915221851, 337 pages, paperback, reprinted in 2009.
The Five Senses
The Five Senses
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The Five Senses
Emanuel Swedenborg, translated by Enoch S. Price
The Economy of the Animal Kingdom, Volume III: The Fibre
The Economy of the Animal Kingdom, Volume III: The Fibre
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The Economy of the Animal Kingdom, Volume III: The Fibre
Emanuel Swedenborg, Translated by Alfred Acton
Though clearly prepared for the press, this work was not published by Swedenborg. It was written in 1741-42. The work treats of the medullary fibre of the brain, the nerve fibres of the body, the arachnoid tunic, and diseases of the fibre. The latter part treats of both physical and psychological pathology. Particularly important philosophically is a 30-page section on Swedenborg’s doctrine of forms, a crucial doctrine in his causal theory. Author and subject indexes.
ISBN 0-915221-23-3, 382 pages, 5 1/2 x 8 1/2, cloth, 1976
Available as as set: (Volumes I, II, & III)
Psychological Transactions and Other Posthumous Tracts
Psychological Transactions and Other Posthumous Tracts
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Psychological Transactions and Other Posthumous Tracts, 1734–1744
Revised Edition Edited by W.R. Woofenden, et al. Translated & edited by Alfred Acton

Includes six important manuscripts on the relation between soul and body, written about 1742. Also includes Swedenborg’s creative and important “Hieroglyphic Key” (1744); it was in this short work that Swedenborg began to systematically outline the doctrine of correspondences. This volume also includes short treatises on “Faith in Christ,” “The Way to a Knowledge of the Soul,” and “Faith and Good Works.” These short treatises afford a fascinating picture of Swedenborg’s thinking while midway in his search for the soul. In the work on “Action,” the reader will find clues to his growing awareness that the realm of the spirit is completely distinct from the material and without spatial characteristics. Indexes of “correspondences,” author and subject; Scripture passages.
ISBN 0-915221-62-4, 282 pages, 5 1/2 x 8 1/2, hb, 1984
Principia vol. 1
Principia vol. 1
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Principia(Volume 1)
Emanuel Swedenborg, Translated by Augustus Clissold

Principia, or “The first principles of natural things, being new attempts toward a philosophical explanation of the elementary world,” was first published in Latin in 1734. It opens with an essay on the author’s philosophical method that involves the employment of the trilogy of “experience, geometry, and the power of reason.” The work is about the creation of the elementary world and includes the original enunciation of the nebular hypothesis. It also includes a lengthy treatment of magnetism. It is the first of the series written from 1734 to 1745 in which the author sought to establish the method of the soul’s operation in the human body. Illustrated. Author and subject indexes.
Volume I: ISBN 0-915221-37-3, 482 pages, 5 1/2 x 8 1/2, hb, 1988