Series: Papers from the Eranos Yearbooks

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Spirit and Nature: Papers from the Eranos Yearbooks (Bollingen Series XXX) by Joseph Campbell1
The Mysteries: Papers from the Eranos Yearbooks by Joseph Campbell2
Man and Time: Papers from the Eranos Yearbooks (Bollingen Series 30, Vol. 3) by Joseph Campbell3
Spiritual Disciplines: Papers from the Eranos Yearbooks. by Joseph Campbell4
Man and Transformation (Papers from the Eranos Yearbooks) by Joseph Campbell5
The Mystic vision by Ernesto Buonaiutiv. 6
The Mystic Vision: Papers from the Eranos Yearbooks by Joseph Campbell6

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Topical anthologies of papers on comparative religion from the Eranos conferences conducted in Switzerland, edited by Joseph Campbell. Regular contributors include Carl Jung, Mircea Eliade, Henry Corbin, and others.

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