Series: Perennial Philosophy

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The Betrayal of Tradition: Essays on the Spiritual Crisis of Modernity by Harry Oldmeadow
Borderlands of the Spirit: Reflections On A Sacred Science Of Mind (Perennial Philosophy) by John Herlihy
A Buddhist Spectrum: Contributions to the Christian-Buddhist Dialogue by Marco Pallis
The Essential Ananda K. Coomaraswamy by Ananda K. Coomaraswamy
The Essential Frithjof Schuon by Frithjof Schuon
The Essential Rene Guenon: Metaphysics, Tradition, and the Crisis of Modernity by René Guénon
The Essential Seyyed Hossein Nasr by William C. Chittick
The Essential Titus Burckhardt: Reflections on Sacred Art, Faiths, and Civilizations by Titus Burckhardt
Figures of Speech or Figures of Thought?: The Traditional View of Art, Revised Edition with Previously Author's Unpublished Notes (Perennial Philosophy) by Ananda K. Coomaraswamy
Frithjof Schuon and the Perennial Philosophy by Harry Oldmeadow
God and Work: Aspects of Art and Tradition (Perennial Philosophy) by Brian Keeble
The Heart of Plotinus: The Essential Enneads by Aldis Uzdavinys
Introduction to Sufism: The Inner Path of Islam by Eric Geoffroy
Introduction to Traditional Islam: Foundations, Art and Spirituality (Perennial Philosophy) by Jean-Louis Michon
Islam, Fundamentalism, and the Betrayal of Tradition: Essays by Western Muslim Scholars (Perennial Philosophy Series) by Joseph Lumbard
Journeys East: 20th Century Western Encounters with Eastern Religous Traditions by Harry Oldmeadow
Light from the East: Eastern Wisdom for the Modern West by Harry Oldmeadow
Living in Amida's universal vow : essays in Shin Buddhism by Alfred Bloom
Men of a Single Book: Fundamentalism in Islam, Christianity, and Modern Thought by Mateus Soares de Azevedo
On the Origin of Beauty: Ecophilosophy in the Light of Traditional Wisdom (Perennial Philosophy) by John Griffin
Paths to the Heart: Sufism and the Christian East by James Cutsinger
The Power of the Sacred Name: Indian Spirituality Inspired by Mantras by V. Raghavan
Returning to the Essential: Selected Writings of Jean Bies by Jean Biès
The Sacred Foundations of Justice in Islam: The Teachings of 'Ali ibn Abi Talib (Perennial Philosophy) by Reza Shah-Kazemi
Science and the Myth of Progress (Perennial Philosophy) by Merhdad M. Zarandi
Seeing God Everywhere: Essays on Nature and the Sacred (Perennial Philosophy) by Barry McDonald
Ye Shall Know the Truth: Christianity and the Perennial Philosophy by Mateus Soares de Azevedo
Singing the Way: Insights into Poetry & Spiritual Transformation by Patrick Laude
Sufism: Love and Wisdom by Jean-Louis Michon
The Timeless Relevance of Traditional Wisdom by M. Ali Lakhani
The Underlying Religion: An Introduction to the Perennial Philosophy by Martin Lings
Unveiling the Garden of Love: Mystical Symbolism in Layla Majnun & Gita Govinda (Perennial Philosophy) by Lalita Sinha
The Way and the Mountain: Tibet, Buddhism, and Tradition by Marco Pallis

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