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April 18, 1958 - Image 2

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THE MICHIGAN DAILY

Stace Calls Mysuticsm Important
ley TOMAS URNE
By HOAS URERternal perceptions and thus .float- experiences are interpreted in
&ystlcism is 'an important part ing on my back in a river of peace, terms of prior experience.
all religions, Professor emeritus' Then there was no river and no Christian,. Jewish and Moslem
lter T. Stace of Princeton Uni-- 'f'," the author went on; they mystics describe "experiences of
city said. yesterday, although "dissolved in a universal pool,"in a personal God" while Buddhists
)pie are generally in "utter ig- a "peace which passeth all under- describe, the "void" of Nirvana;
ance" as to what it is. standing." Prof. Stace illustrated.
isions and voices are merely When one is constantly in this Prof. Stace said many mystics feel
lucinations and have been re- state of mystic experience, of im-' they must translate their realiza-
"ded as hindrances by such mediately apprehending unity" as tion of the unity of the universe
Budda reortely ws, Pof.into a lift of loving their 'fellow
Stace declared, he is in the highest .man, or loving all life.

IOrganization I
Notices
Baba'i Student group, public meet-
ing, April 18, 8:30 p.m., 725 S. Division,
Discussion; leader: Bernard Streets.
Latvian Student Club, meeting, Ap-
ril 18, 7:30 p.m., Union 3M & 3N, "Starp
Divam Pasaulem," Speaker. V. Hollen-,
dorfsa.
Student Assoc. for In~tercultural Liv-
ing, meeting, April 21, 8:00 p.m., 3D,
Union.
Delta Delta Delta, annual .benefit
bridge, April 19, ,1:30 p.m., 718' Tappan.

EVERYON.E.INVITED
"What the Disbeliever
Believes"
DR. JAMES G IN D IN of Eng. Dept.
Saturday 1 :30 P.M.
Brosley Lounge
B'NAI FRITH HILLEL FOUNDATION

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"A sDISTINCT PLEASURE!t
VERY ;MUCH WORTH SEEING !:"
-TIMES.
Ioti Realism and Vigorous Art !
VITTORIO DeSICA
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Winner International Film
SCritics Award - Cannes Festival

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TONIGHT at 7:00 and '9:00
FRANK CAPRA'S
Lost with
Ronald Colman, Thomas Mitchelhl,
Jane Wyatt, tEdward Everett . otn
Isobel- Jewell
Saturday at 7::00 and 9:00
Sunday at 8:00
Jose Ferrer, June Allysona
ARCHI1TECTU RE AUDITORIULM

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A Of the Mexican People!
SPECIAL ENGAGEMENT ARRANGED IN CO-OPERATION
WITH THE U. OF M. SYMPOSIUM ON MEXICAN
ART AND CULTURAL HISTORY.

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