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Pierre Teilhard de Chardin

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The Phenomenon of Man

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The Phenomenon of Man (Le Phénomène Humain, 1955) is a non-fiction book written by French philosopher, paleontologist and Jesuit priest Pierre Teilhard de Chardin. In this work, Teilhard describes evolution as a process that leads to increasing complexity, culminating in the unification of consciousness.

The book was finished in the 1930s, but was published posthumously in 1955. The Roman Catholic Church considered that Teilhard’s writings contradicted orthodoxy and prohibited their publication.

With the development of a complex Internet-based global society, some have argued that The Phenomenon of Man contains many insights that have proven prescient.

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THE FUTURE OF MAN

This book contains 22 essays by Pierre Teilhard de Chardin; scientist/philosopher. Regarding the future of the human race, he deals with topics such as globalization, the nuclear bomb, democracy, the likelihood of life on other planets, and whether peace on earth is scientifically viable.

The Future of Man is a magnificent introduction to the thoughts and writings of Pierre Teilhard de Chardin, one of the few figures in the history of the Catholic Church to achieve renown as both a scientist and a theologian. Trained as a paleontologist and ordained as a Jesuit priest, Teilhard de Chardin devoted himself to establishing the intimate, interdependent connection between science—particularly the theory of evolution—and the basic tenets of the Christian faith. At the center of his philosophy was the belief that the human species is evolving spiritually, progressing from a simple faith to higher and higher forms of consciousness, including a consciousness of God, and culminating in the ultimate understanding of humankind's place and purpose in the universe. The Church, which would not condone his philosophical writings, refused to allow their publication during his lifetime. Written over a period of thirty years and presented here in chronological order, the essays cover the wide-ranging interests and inquiries that engaged Teilhard de Chardin throughout his life: intellectual and social evolution, the coming of ultra-humanity, the integral place of faith in God in the advancement of science, and the impact of scientific discoveries on traditional religious dogma. Less formal than The Phenomenon of Man and The Divine Milieu, Teilhard de Chardin's most renowned works, The Future of Man offers a complete, fully accessible look at the genesis of ideas that continue to reverberate in both the scientific and the religious communities.

Pierre Teilhard de Chardin - The Future of Man.pdf
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Christianity and Evolution


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By Pierre Teilhard de Chardin
THE HEART OF MATTER
TOWARD THE FUTURE
ACTIVATION OF ENERGY
BUILDING THE EARTH
CHRISTIANITY AND EVOLUTION
HOW I BELIEVE
HUMAN ENERGY
HYMN OF THE UNIVERSE
LET ME EXPLAIN
LETTERS FROM A TRAVELLER
MAN'S PLACE IN NATURE
ON LOVE
THE DIVINE MILIEU
THE FUTURE OF MAN
THE MAKING OF A MIND
THE PHENOMENON OF MAN
THE VISION OF THE PAST
EARLY MAN IN CHINA

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The Divine Milieu


Pierre Teilhard de Chardin - The Divine Milieu.pdf (3.9 MB)
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The essential companion to Pierre Teilhard de Chardin's The Phenomenom of Man, The Divine Milieu expands on the spiritual message so basic to his thought. He shows how man's spiritual life can become a participation in the destiny of the universe.

Teilhard de Chardin -- geologist, priest, and major voice in twentieth-century Christianity -- probes the ultimate meaning of all physical exploration and the fruit of his own inner life. The Divine Milieu is a spiritual treasure for every religion bookshelf.

A spiritual treasure for every religion bookshelf. De Chardin, geologist and priest, probes the ultimate meaning of all physical exploration and the fruit of his own inner life. "Extraordinary."--Karl Stern --This text refers to an out of print or unavailable edition of this title.

About the Author
Pierre Teilhard De Chardin was born in Auvergne, France, in 1881.An ordained member of the Society of Jesus, Pierre Teilhard held positions as professor of geology at the Catholic Institute in Paris, director of the National Geologic Survey of China and director of the National Research Center of France.He lived in China for many years where he played a major role in the discovery of Pekin man. In 1951 he moved to New York where under the auspices of the Wenner-Gren Foundation he was enabled to continue his work until his death in 1955. Le Phénomène Humain, issued in France in December of that year, was immediately pronounced one of the outstanding publishing events of the century.

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Let Me Explain


Pierre Teilhard de Chardin - Let Me Explain.pdf (4.36 MB)
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The Heart of Matter


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The Heart of Matter


This last volume in Pere Teilhard's collected works contains two previously unavailable essays of key importance: "The Heart of Matter," a spiritual autobiography written in 1950, toward the end of his life, and "The Christic," written a month before he died, a profession of faith that develops further the views set forth in The Divine Milieu. Together they sum up his unique vision, at which he arrived by the separate yet converging roads of science and religion. These two essays, composing over a third of the book, are followed by nineteen shorter pieces.

Teilhard's towering conception of man's ascension toward unity with Christ continues to influence and illuminate contemporary theological thought. This volume confirms his stature as one of the most fascinating spiritual figures of our century.

"Highly recommended as an essential tool Jar understanding Teilhard's thought, especially in its last stage."
Library Journal

"Teilhard's writing should be particularly appealing to today's reader because it is marred neither by devotional excesses nor by pietistic narcissism ... Like other great visional) poets- Blake, Hopkins, Yeats-Teilhard engages the reader both intellectually and sensually ... [These essays] are within the ken ofj most lay readers and should prove both engrossing and inspirational. "
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Pierre Teilhard de Chardin - Heart of the Matter.pdf (9.94 MB)
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Toward the Future


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"Like other great visionary poets—Blake, Hopkins, Yeats—Teilhard engages the reader both intellectually and sensually."

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In Toward the Future, Pierre Teilhard de Chardin returns to the question of what it means to be human and Christian in the modern age. Dealing specifically with what he believes is an "outmoded" concept of a Christ leading lost souls back to a rigidly straight path, he considers the various spiritual roads mapped by teachers of other faiths, especially in the Far East. And Teilhard, expounding on one of his most popular themes, continues to explore the nature of spiritual energy which, he maintains, will lead mankind toward an even greater intensity of collective consciousness.

"He could write with equal insight on the spiritual implications of the atomic age, the biological basis of the democratic spirit, the nature of Christian education."

Time

Pierre Teilhard de Chardin (1881-1955) was a Jesuit priest and paleontologist who studied chemistry, physics, botany, and zool­ogy and received his doctorate in geology. The author of several works of philosophy and religion, he is considered by many to be among the foremost thinkers of our time.

Pierre Teilhard de Chardin - Toward the Future.pdf (8.21 MB)
http://www.balderexlibris.com/index.php … the-Future
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Writings in Time of War

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Pierre Teilhard de Chardin - Writings in Time of War.pdf (7.54 MB)
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These articles form the early part of Teilhard's career: written during his action in the first World War. These essays show his early thought before it would be more clearly expounded later on. In conjunction with his later writings, they present a good look at the development of Teilhard's thought. There is, however, in here a masterpiece entitled "The Eternal Feminine" which inspired Henri de Lubac to write a book by the same name.


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On love and Happiness



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Human Energy

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Pierre Teilhard de Chardin - Human Energy.pdf (8.5 MB)
http://www.balderexlibris.com/index.php … man-Energy
http://www.archive.org/details/HumanEnergy

In this book, Teilhard treats the subject of "Human Energy" which can also be called "Conscious Evolution."

Evolution's self recognition in humanity has tremendous consequences for both the individualized person and the collective multiple. Teilhard treats the multi-faceted aspects of the personality in evolutionary development.

He also treats again, in much richer vein, the rise of spirit (conscious energy)throughout evolutionary history and the moral conclusions to be drawn from it.

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Man's Place in Nature

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Pierre Teilhard de Chardin - Man s Place in Nature.pdf (7.65 MB)
http://www.balderexlibris.com/index.php … -in-Nature
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In this book Teilhard expounds the evolutionary history of the earth, the arrival of the human species, and it's destiny in the far future. He identifies certain threads of recurrence in evolution's past, and using these laws of recurrence he projects the most probable future destiny of the earth. His ingenious conclusion is that evolution is in fact involuting on itself, meaning that the future (like the past) is one of convergence and synthesis, destined for eventually single unity in what he calls the Omega Point. He has been identified as the inspiration of Transformism.


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Hymn of the Universe

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Pierre Teilhard de Chardin - Hymn of the Universe.pdf (8.29 MB)
http://www.balderexlibris.com/index.php … e-Universe

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This book is perhaps the work of Pierre Teilhard's that stands alone in that it contains almost no scientific treatises. It is mainly a poetic/spiritual testament to the world of spirit in matter. It envisions Christ as the heart of the universe, in the heart of matter.

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The Vision of the Past

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Pierre Teilhard de Chardin - The Vision of the Past.pdf (7.44 MB)
http://www.balderexlibris.com/index.php … f-the-Past

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The Making of a Mind

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Pierre Teilhard de Chardin - The Making of a Mind.pdf (7.41 MB)
http://www.balderexlibris.com/index.php … -of-a-Mind

At the time of his death in 1955 Fr. Pierre Teilhard de Chardin was working under the auspices of the Wenner-Gren Foundation in New York City. Born in Auvergne, France, in 1881, he was a member of the Society of Jesus. He held positions as professor of geology at the Catholic Institute in Paris, director of the National Geologic Survey of China, and director of the National Research Center of France. He lived in China for many years, and played a major role in the discovery of Pekin man.

THE MAKING OF A MIND

Letters from a Soldier-Priest: 1914-1919

by Pierre Teilhard de Chardin

"Of the outside events in Pierre Teilhard's life the war was probably the most decisive of all It had a profound effect on his whole being/' says Marguerite Teillard-Chambon, the recipient of these letters, in her introduction to the book.

At the outbreak of World War I Teilhard de Chardin, already an ordained priest, joined the French army. Throughout the four and a half years he spent as a stretcher-bearer in the front lines, he corresponded regularly with his cousin Marguerite. Since childhood they had been very close, and intellectually and spiritually had much in common. These letters reveal the development of Teilhard's ideas and personality, as well as his reactions to the war.

The danger and hardship that Teilhard shared with his Regiment of Zouaves and Moroccan Tirailleurs brought an intensity and awareness that he found immensely stimulating. His courage under fire and his devotion to the men under his care won for him the Croix de Guerre, the Medaille Militaire, the Legion d'Honneur, and three mentions in dispatches. The citation for the Legion d'Honneur describes Teilhard as "an outstanding stretcher-bearer who, during four years of active service, was in every battle and engagement the regiment took part in, applying to remain in the ranks in order that he might be with the men whose dangers and hardships he constantly shared.”

Part of THE MAKING OF A MIND is Teilhard's spiritual counsel to Marguerite. Another part describes his own development and the emergence of his great vision of the human situation. Finally, there is an extraordinarily detailed account of his day-to-day experiences at the front—his "baptism into reality."

"There is no better work of Teilhard's—and hence no better work all round — for entering that rich and complex experience that was the starting point of all his subsequent endeavor. And this is of capital importance for understanding what the man is about."

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Letters From a Traveller

by Pierre Teilhard de Chardin

"A great man of science and a great soul" - Arnold J. Toynbee


Pierre Teilhard de Chardin - Letters from a Traveller.pdf (8.89 MB)
http://www.balderexlibris.com/index.php … -Traveller

In these letters from a traveller—selected from Teilhard's private correspondence with relatives, friends, and colleagues during the most productive years of his life—readers will share a remarkable spiritual odyssey.


We join Teilhard in fascinating trips to exotic corners of the globe—China, the Gobi Desert, Jaya, Ethiopia, India, South Africa—in search of the secrets of man's past that are locked in the earth's rocks and fossils. And we follow an even more exciting voyage into the heart and mind of a versatile, creative thinker as he strives to uncover the meaning and purpose of man's place in the universe.


The lucid prose, keen observation, pioneering scientific discovery, and profound thought that are uniquely combined in letters from a traveller establish Teilhard as one of the great letter writers and remarkable personalities of the twentieth century. Here is a candid, intimate self-portrait of a giant of our times.





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Jésuite, paléontologue, il a, dans une synthèse unique, pensé la place de l’homme et le sens du Christ cosmique dans l’univers en évolution

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Le phénomène humain

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Pierre Teilhard de Chardin - Le phenomene humain.pdf (1.04 MB)
http://www.balderexlibris.com/index.php … ene-humain
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Pour être correctement compris, le livre que je présente ici demande à être lu, non pas comme un ouvrage métaphysique, encore moins comme une sorte d’essai théologique, mais uniquement et exclusivement comme un mémoire scientifique. Le choix même du titre l’indique. Rien que le Phénomène. Mais aussi tout le Phénomène.
Rien que le Phénomène, d’abord. Qu’on ne cherche donc point dans ces pages une explication, mais seulement une Introduction à une explication du Monde. Établir autour de l’Homme, choisi pour centre, un ordre cohérent entre conséquents et antécédents ; découvrir, entre éléments de l’Univers, non point un système de relations ontologiques et causales, mais une loi expérimentale de récurrence exprimant leur apparition successive au cours du Temps : voilà, et voilà simplement, ce que j’ai essayé de faire. Au delà de cette première réflexion scientifique, bien entendu, la place reste ouverte, essentielle et béante, pour les réflexions plus poussées, du philosophe et du théologien. Dans ce domaine de l’être profond, j’ai soigneusement et délibérément évité, à aucun moment, de m’aventurer. Tout au plus ai-je confiance d’avoir, sur le plan de l’expérience, reconnu avec quelque justesse le mouvement d’ensemble (vers l’unité) et marqué aux bons endroits les coupures que, dans ses démarches subséquentes, p.22 et pour des raisons d’ordre supérieur, la pensée philosophique et religieuse se trouverait en droit d’exiger.
Mais tout le Phénomène, aussi. Et voilà ce qui, sans contradiction (quoiqu’il puisse paraître) avec ce que je viens de dire, risque de donner aux vues que je suggère l’apparence d’une philosophie. Depuis quelque cinquante ans, la critique des Sciences l’a surabondamment démontré : il n’y a pas de fait pur ; mais toute expérience, si objective semble-t-elle, s’enveloppe inévitablement d’un système d’hypothèses dès que le savant cherche à la formuler. Or si à l’intérieur d’un champ limité d’observation cette auréole subjective d’interprétation peut rester imperceptible, il est fatal que dans le cas d’une vision étendue au Tout elle devienne presque dominante. Comme il arrive aux méridiens à l’approche du pôle, Science, Philosophie et Religion convergent nécessairement au voisinage du Tout. Elles convergent, je dis bien; mais sans se confondre, et sans cesser, jusqu’au bout, d’attaquer le Réel sous des angles et à des plans différents. Prenez n’importe quel livre écrit sur le Monde par un des grands savants modernes, Poincaré, Einstein, Jeans, etc.
Impossible de tenter une interprétation scientifique générale de l’Univers sans avoir l’air de vouloir l’expliquer jusqu’au bout. Mais regardez-y seulement de plus près ; et vous verrez que cette « Hyperphysique » n’est pas encore une Métaphysique.
Au cours de tout effort de ce genre pour décrire scientifiquement le Tout, il est naturel que se manifeste, avec un maximum d’ampleur, l’influence de certains présupposés initiaux d’où dépend la structure entière du système en avant. Dans le cas particulier de l’Essai ici présenté, deux options primordiales — je tiens à le faire remarquer — s’ajoutent l’une à l’autre pour supporter et commander tous les développements. La première est le primat accordé au psychique et à la Pensée p.23 dans l’Étoffe de l’Univers. Et la seconde est la valeur « biologique » attribuée au Fait Social autour de nous. Prééminente signification de l’Homme dans la Nature, et nature organique de l’Humanité : deux hypothèses qu’on peut essayer de refuser au départ; mais sans  lesquelles je ne vois pas qu’on puisse donner une représentation cohérente et totale du Phénomène Humain.


Rédigé en 1947. Le Phénomène humain, première œuvre publiée de Teilhard de Chardin, a paru seulement en 1955.

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Écrits scientifiques (1913-1954)

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Pierre Teilhard de Chardin - Ecrits scientifiques.pdf (3.87 MB)
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http://www.histoireebook.com/index.php? … entifiques

Une édition électronique réalisée à partir des tomes II et III des Oeuvres de Teilhard de Chardin publiées par Les Éditions du Seuil, respectivement en 1956 et 1957 et regroupés en un nouveau volume intitulé, Écrits scientifiques. Une édition numérique réalisée par Jean-Marc Simonet, bénévole, retraité de l'Université de Paris XI.

Cette édition regroupe dans l’ordre chronologique tous les articles publiés entre 1913 et 1954 dans :

—   L’apparition de l’Homme, tome II des oeuvres de Pierre Teilhard de Chardin, Éditions du Seuil, Paris, 1956, 376 pages (articles dont le titre en table de matières est suivi d’un astérisque *), et dans :

—   La Vision du Passé, tome III des oeuvres de Pierre Teilhard de Chardin, Éditions du Seuil, Paris, 1957, () pages (articles dont le titre en table de matières est suivi de deux astérisques **).

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Hymne de l'Univers

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Pierre Teilhard de Chardin - Hymne de l Univers.pdf (1.49 MB)
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http://www.histoireebook.com/index.php? … -l-Univers

Ce livre est composé de trois grands textes du Père Teilhard, La Messe sur le Monde, Trois Histoires comme Benson, La Puissance spirituelle de la Matière, et de Pensées choisies dans l’ensemble de son oeuvre.
La Messe sur le Monde fut inspirée au Père Teilhard de Chardin par l’impossibilité où il se trouva, en plein désert des Ordos, au cours d’une expédi-tion scientifique, de célébrer la messe... Réfléchissant alors sur le rayonnement de la Présence eucharistique dans l’univers, Teilhard montre dans toute sa splendeur le caractère universel et cosmique du christianisme.
Les Trois Histoires comme Benson, sous le titre général « Le Christ dans la Matière », sont des contes mystiques que le Père attribue à un ami (et cet « ami » est très probablement lui-même), lequel lui aurait révélé les expériences par les-quelles « comme si, par saccades, se levait un rideau, l’univers puissant et mysti-que a pris pour lui la figure du Christ ».
La Puissance spirituelle de la Matière est une méditation, sous forme de fic-tion. La matière n’est pas spirituelle, mais elle est spiritualisable, et son évolution dépend de notre liberté.

Enfin, des Pensées choisies à travers toute l’oeuvre, sur la « présence de Dieu au monde », « l’humanité en marche », « le sens de l’effort humain », « dans le Christ total ».
L’ensemble constitue le témoignage d’une expérience spirituelle au cours d’une vie vécue intensément dans un contact très direct avec les réalités humai-nes.
Couverture : le Puy de Dôme (photo Larrier-Rapho).

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La place de l'Homme dans la nature

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Pierre Teilhard de Chardin - La place de l Homme dans la nature.pdf (697.54 KB)
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Où est l'homme, perdu dans l'Univers immense ? Saura-t-il, un jour, y définir sa juste place ? Voici, peut-être, l'ouvrage le plus décisif et le plus lumineux d'un des penseurs essentiels de notre temps. On y trouve, lié avec une autorité magistrale, tout le faisceau des grands thèmes "teilhardiens" : prévie, vie avant l'homme, individua-tion, et situation de l'homme dans le cosmos.

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THE APPEARANCE OF MAN

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Pierre Teilhard de Chardin - The Appearance of Man.pdf (7.19 MB)
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A major Teilhard de Chardin work on the nature and spiritual significance of man's evolution

The unique vision of Teilhard's earlier books is enriched and enlarged in this work, which complements and confirms THE PHENOMENON OF MAN.
Here is a collection of reports and essays on the origin of man, considering the problem as it presents itself in the light of recent paleontological discoveries including those in which Teilhard himself participated. The writings are grouped in logical sequence, making for easy reading of the subject as a whole.

THE APPEARANCE OF MAN is broadly divided into five sections:
*  the state of the problem at the turn of the century
*  the paleontological discoveries
*  the question of the "missing link"
*  the phenomenon of "imbrication"
*  the peculiarities of the human species

THE APPEARANCE OF MAN focuses on recent human fossils discovered in China, North America, and South Africa. It gives a meticulous, detached account, with many diagrams, of scientific discoveries and their implications. The last essay on the subject of The Singularities of the Human Species is of special significance. Teilhard wrote it after reading the much discussed little book by the well-known agnostic biologist, Jean Rostand, What I Believe.

Teilhard writes: "Since Galileo (as Freud remarked ), in the eyes of science, man has continually lost, one after another, the privileges that had previously made him consider himself unique in the world. Astronomically... biologically ... psychologically ... Now paradoxically, this same man is in the process of re-emerging from his return to the crucible, more than ever at the head of nature; since by his very melting back into the general current of convergent cosmogenesis, he is acquiring in our eyes the possibility and power of forming in the heart of space and time, a single point of universalization for the very stuff of the world."

THE AUTHOR

Pierre Teilhard de Chardin, a member of the Society of Jesus, held positions as professor of geology at the Catholic Institute in Paris, director of the National Geologic Survey of China, and director of the National Research Center of France. He lived in China for many years and played a major role in the discovery of Pekin man. Under the auspices of the Wen-ner-Gren Foundation he continued his work in New York until his death in 1955.

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LETTERS TO LEONTINE ZANTA

by Pierre Teilhard de Chardin

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Leontine Zanta was a brilliant, delightful, and famous Parisian. The first Frenchwoman to become a doctor of philosophy, she was the center of a lively group of writers and thinkers, and a teacher and lecturer of international renown. She was also a friend of Pierre Teilhard, and throughout their correspondence each encouraged, sustained, and tested out the thought of the other.

Teilhard's letters, almost all written from China, disclose a profound mutual respect and shed new light on his spiritual crisis with the Jesuits. His disagreement with his superiors, the intensity of his suffering, and the gradual working through to a deeper vision—all are exposed here in a highly personal and interesting account.

Mlle. Zanta kept Teilhard in touch with the intellectual and spiritual world of Paris. To her he could open his heart and his mind, sharing the development of his thought during his most fruitful years, describing his daily life, sure of finding sympathy and understanding on the deepest level. With wisdom and delicacy he gives his friend spiritual direction, revealing in the process the richness of his own inner life.

"In these letters Teilhard expresses himself freely : he was writing in confidence; there is an uncomplicated spontaneity, immense honesty."

— Les Etudes

"They give a clear impression of the man, his vision and his mission."

— Times (London) Literary Supplement

Introductory essays by Henri de Lubac and by Robert Garric.

Pierre Teilhard de Chardin is world-famous as a philosopher, scientist, and prophet.

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LETTERS TO TWO FRIENDS,

by Pierre Teilhard de Chardin, constitutes a seminal volume in THE PERSPECTIVES IN HUMANISM SERIES. These letters, written by Father Teil-hard to American friends, describe the author's daily life and the development of his thought. In this way a kind of "journal" has been created- a journal extending from 1926 to 1952, throughout almost all of Father Teilhard's life as a scientist and as a priest. The letters come from Peking, Paris, and Rome. They mark Father Teilhard's periodic exile and yet permit us to follow the story of his inner life almost month by month. The spontaneity of his tone and the depth and quality of his feelings and thoughts make these letters a unique document. The first letters date from 1926, when Father Teilhard left his professorship at the Catholic Institute in Paris to lead the life of an explorer in the Far East. This period was one of the most difficult of his life. "I would prefer Tientsin to the Catholic Institute," he wrote to a friend when he embarked for China in 1923. But his second departure in 1926 had something of the aspect of a disgrace. He had been removed from Paris by his superiors, to whom he had been denounced for propagating dubious ideas and who feared a censure that would be prejudicial both to the career of the young paleontologist and to the good name of the Order. Father Teilhard obeyed in a spirit of faith, but without compromising his principles. A profound change subsequently took place in his scientific vision of the world. Until then passionately interested in the study of prehistory, he now lost his taste for the past. He doubted both his religious vocation and his scientific calling.
Yet Father Teilhard always held that "everything that happens is worthy of adoration."
"Truly" he wrote, "there is a Christian note which makes the whole World vibrate like an immense gong, in the divine Christ." One of the arresting elements of this collection is its juxtaposition of the social upheavals of our epoch with the story of a man's steady spiritual growth. Father Teilhard gives a sharply focused picture of the world in which he lives, whether it be China in the midst of civil war or the France of the 30's under the threat of approaching war, and at the same time portrays the evolution of his inner world, which found final expression in The Phenomenon of Man and The Divine Milieu.
Although his struggle to persuade the Church to grant him publication of his major works was doomed to failure in his lifetime, Father Teilhard's allegiance to his Church and to his Order are reflected in these letters. Here we encounter an intellect attempting to reconcile science and religion, evolution and Christianity -a vision that united spirit and matter in a universal process of being and becoming. This volume includes a striking profile of Father Teilhard by his friend and religious superior, the Reverend Rene d'Ouince, S.J., and an assessment of Teilhard as a scientist by the eminent geneticist, Theodosius Dobzhansky.


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In 1929, the noted French paleontologist and Jesuit priest Pierre Teilhard de Chardin met Lucile Swan, an American sculptor at a dinner party in Peking. This first evening together began a remarkable friendship that lasted for twenty-five years and was recorded in their correspondence. This volume tells their story in their own words.








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An important Christian philosopher contends that if human energy is channeled in the right direction, "upward and outward," spiritual energy as a motor force in the universe will outdistance technological advance.

Translated by René Hague.

A Helen and Kurt Wolff Book
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Teilhard de Chardin, le jésuite hérétique, franc-maçon et apostat, fut condamné par le Saint Office le 30 juin 1962, pour ses œuvres: «… les dites œuvres présentent des ambiguïtés et même des erreurs graves en matière philosophique et théologique, telles qu’elles offensent la doctrine catholique». Et pourtant, au cours de Vatican II, Teilhard de Chardin fut révéré, cité et considéré comme une source autorisée en matière de foi au point d’être appelé “l’âme du Concile Vatican II”.

Voici quelques citations:
«Parti depuis mon enfance, à la découverte du Cœur de la Matière, il était inévitable que je me trouve un jour face à face avec le Féminin».
«Pas plus qu’il ne peut se passer de la lumière, de l’oxygène ou des vitamines, aucun homme ne peut se passer du féminin».
«… Rien ne s’est développé en moi sinon sous un regard et sous l’influence d’une femme».
«Le féminin n’est-il pas la sensibilité et la flamme de mon être ?».
«Rome et moi, nous avons deux conceptions différentes du monde. Parfois, je nourris une vraie et réelle haine envers tout ce que l’ Institution historique et naturelle du Christ représente aujourd’hui».
«Il est en train de se constituer à présent, une religion de la terre qui s’oppose à la religion du Ciel!».
«Si par suite d’une crise intérieure, je venais à perdre ma foi au Christ, ma foi en Dieu personnel, ma foi en l’Esprit, il me semble que je continuerais à croire au monde».
«En ce qui me concerne, je n’ai pas d’intérêt à une vie personnelle dans l’au-delà».
«Ne mentionnez pas cet homme (St Augustin) qui a tout gâté en introduisant le surnaturel!».
«Le Dieu chrétien de là-haut et le dieu marxiste du progrès s’unissent dans la figure du Christ».
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Rien d’étonnant donc, que ce prêtre manqué “qui développa tout sous une influence de femme” soit mort le 10 avril 1955, le jour de Pâques, entre les cuisses de son amante, sa cousine.

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