The Cosmology of Man's Possible Evolution
These writings on cosmology form the second series of lectures Ouspensky gave after his well-known first series on psychology. They reproduce word for word Ouspensky's own manuscripts and so are in exactly the form in which he introduced these ideas. The psychological teachings approach man not in terms of what he is but of what he may become. About cosmology, Ouspensky spoke in a way that integrated exactly with this classic psychological view of man, the two views together forming a holistic concept of man in the world because, as he said, you cannot study man without studying the world in which he lives.
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