Frithjof Schuon and the Perennial Philosophy - Page 268, Harry Oldmeadow, William Stoddart - 2010 - 346 pages
disparate figures as Vivekananda, Aurobindo, Radhakrishnan, and Mahesh Yogi as well as in many Western Vedanta enthusiasts. ... 45 Now, Schuon himself is the first to affirm that Shankara's perspective is “one of the most adequate ...
Beacons of the Light: 100 Holy People Who Have Shaped the History ... - Page 637, Marcus Braybrooke - 2009 - 681 pages
The Traditionalist movement divided in 1948-50 after a split between Guénon and Schuon. The movement also influenced Ken Wilber and the 'Integral Thought' developed by followers of Sri Aurobindo. The discovery of this traditional ...
A Christian Pilgrim in India: The Spiritual Journey of Swami ... - Page 206, Harry Oldmeadow - 2008 - 316 pages
rather it marked the move from an exoteric to an esoteric understanding. As Schuon reminds us, ... philosophical thinkers—one may mention such figures as Vivekananda, Aurobindo, Teilhard de Chardin, Bede Griffiths, and Ken Wilber. ...
The Underlying Religion: An Introduction to the Perennial Philosphy - Page 329, Martin Lings, Clinton Minnaar - 2007 - 344 pages
of them by people like Madame Blavatsky, Krishnamurti, Aurobindo, Gurdjieff and others—and this despite the fact that Guénon, ... and Schuon have tirelessly furnished all the keys necessary for such a discernment. But God knows his own, ..
Schuon is especially critical of the intrusion of this pseudo-scientific dogma into the domain of religion itself in the writings of such figures as Sri Aurobindo and especially Teilhard de Chardin. He sees the spread of such types of ...
Journeys East: 20th century Western encounters with Eastern ... - Page 234, Harry Oldmeadow - 2004 - 505 pages
Rama Coomaraswamy, for example, has lamented the influence on
' thought of Aurobindo and of Marxist and ... See also F. Schuon, Stations of Wisdom, 11. 73 See Rama P. Coomaraswamy, “The Desacralization of Hinduism for Western .. Griffiths
Sri Aurobindo, an Indian thinker and visionary who succeeded in combining the insights of Eastern philosophy with the doctrine ... among others, figures such as Rene Guenon, Ananda Coomaraswamy, Fritjof Schuon, and Huston Smith. ..
Crossing boundaries: essays on the ethical status of mysticism Jeffrey John Kripal - 2002 - 471 pages
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and is articulated by figures such as Aurobindo Ghose, Ramanuja, Jacob Boehme, Meister Eckhart, and Jan Van Ruysbroek. In chapter 12, "A Dance of Masks: The Esoteric Ethics of Frithjof Schuon," Hugh Urban offers a detailed, ..
World and Christianity, where such men as Sri Aurobindo and Teilhard de Chardin have rallied numerous supporters around ... Beliefs and Modern Superstitions,
, Quinta Essentia, 1991; and F. Schuon, Light on the Ancient Worlds. .. [Pathways to an Inner Islam: Massignon, Corbin, Guénon, and Schuon Patrick Laude] Cambridge
Quantum questions: mystical writings of the world's great physicists, Ken Wilber - 2001 - 225 pages
as summarized by Lovejoy, Huston Smith, Rene Guenon, Marco Pallis, Frithjof Schuon, et al., and as embraced (in whole or in part) by modern thinkers such as Nicolai Hartmann, Samuel Alexander, Whitehead, Aurobindo, Maritain, Urban, ..
The future of the body: explorations into the further evolution of ..., Michael Murphy - 1992 - 785 pages
Huxley 1970; Stace 1987; Schuon 1984; and James, W., 1902. Katz, S., 1978. Katz, S., 1978, p. 40. ... general progress, they did not influence most Platonists, Neo-Platonists, or early Christian mystics. See: Nisbet 1980. Sri Aurobindo ...
The Unanimous tradition: essays on the essential unity of all ..., Ananda Kentish Coomaraswamy, Ranjit Fernando ... - 1991 - 241 pages
In 1979, a Sri Lanka Institute of Traditional Studies was inaugurated in
and, more recently, a US Foundation ... Krishnamurti, Aurobindo, Gurdjieff and others - and this despite the fact that Guenon, Coomaraswamy and Schuon have... Colombo
who, following Rene Guenon and Frithjof Schuon, disseminate the high doctrine of the transcendent unity of all the ... just before his return to India and the ashram of his guru Sri Aurobindo, 'Don't let the Church get you back. ... [The English language and the Indian spirit: Correspondence between Kathleen Raine and K. D. Sethna, Indian Poets and English Poetry: Correspondence between Kathleen Raine and K.D. Sethna]
How can the religions of the world be unified?: interdisciplinary ..., Andrew Wilson, David S. C. Kim, International ... - 1987 - 147 pages
Hinduism, particularly, in figures like Vivekananda and Aurobindo, has evinced an assessment of religion that accentuates the ... as in the transcendental mysticism of such figures as Halaj and Ghazzali, or today Schuon and Nasr; ...
The work of modern masters of wisdom, Rene Guenon, Fritjof Schuon, Marco Pallis, Ananda Coomaraswamy, Sri Aurobindo and others points to insights that are not time's fool. Journals like Studies in Comparative Religion, Temenos, ...
My references to Schuon and Aurobindo lead me to question Capra 's observation: "In the Eastern view . . . the division of nature into separate objects is not fundamental and any such objects have a fluid and ever-changing character. ..
Transformations of consciousness: conventional and contemplative ... Ken Wilber, Jack Engler, Daniel P. Brown - 1986 - 356 pages
Alternatively, this stage is described as a universal and formless Self (At- man), common in and to all beings (Hume, 1974; Schuon, 1975). Aurobindo: "When the Overmind [causal] descends, the predominance of the centralizing ego-sense ...
The lotus in the stone: an allegory for explorations in dreams & ..., Sehdev Kumar - 1984 - 203 pages
Satprem, Sri Aurobindo or The Adventure of Consciousness,
, 1968. Schrodinger, E., What is Life?, Pondicherry , 1956. Schuon, Frithjof, Sufism: Veil and Quintessence, tr. William Stoddart, World Wisdom Books, New York , ... Bloomington
Beyond health and normality: explorations of exceptional ..., Roger N. Walsh, Deane H. Shapiro - 1983 - 516 pages
Sri Aurobindo, or the Adventure of Consciousness.
: Harper & Row, 1968. 36. Harmon, W. An evolving society to fit an evolving consciousness. ...Schuon, F. The Transcendent Unity of Religions. New York : Harper & Row, ... New York
a "fragmentary totality", says Schuon 1 Karma (works), tempered with jnana (knowledge) and sraddha (the Vedic counterpart of what came to be characterized as Bhakti) ... as in Sri Aurobindo, for example, the question will at once arise ...
Truth and dialogue in world religions: conflicting truth-claims, John Hick - 1974 - 164 pages
The God of the Old Testament is what Aurobindo calls a 'bully and a tyrant' and his only excuse is that 'he justifies ... It is true that mystical universalists like FrithjofSchuon describe themselves as Muslims, but the Islam they ...
Studies in comparative religion, 1973 [
and Reginald and Gladys Laubin make strange bedfellows — to say the least — with the likes of Timothy Leary, Idries Shah, Teilhard de Chardin, Sri Aurobindo, and Alan Watts. The teachings belong to the New Consciousness school, ...
An introduction to the study of society - Page 198, Adhar Chandra Das - 1972 - 232 pages
Transcendental Unity of Religion — F. Schuon. Faber and Faber,
. ... Synthesis of Yoga — Sri Aurobindo. Savitri — a Legend and Symbol — Sri Aurobindo (Books by Sri Aurobindo can be had from Sri Aurobindo Ashram, ... London
The philosophy of India and its impact on American thought, Dale Maurice Riepe - 1970 - 339 pages
problems sided with Gandhi and Sri Aurobindo. No one doubts that he has put his finger on a disease. ... 29 The men who understand the problem in the West are three in number according to Coomaraswamy: Rene Guenon, Frithiof Schuon, ... [The Naturalistic Tradition in Indian Thought]