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Man and Transformation (Papers from the Eranos Yearbooks)

by Joseph Campbell

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Since 1933 the Eranos Conferences have been held at Ascona in southern Switzerland. Distinguished scholars from Europe, Asia, and America have been invited to a "shared feast" (eranos) and have lectured on themes chosen by the Director of Eranos, the late Olga Froebe-Kapteyn. The lectures originally appeared in the Reanos-Jahrbucher (Zurich) and selections translated into English have been published in Papers from the Eranos Yearbooks, of which this is the fifth volume. The volume is edited by Joseph Campbell and translated by Ralph Manheim.... Mircea Eliade: "Mystery and Spiritual Regeneration in Extra-European Religions"; Fritz Meier: "The Transformation of Man in Mystical Islam"; Henry Corbin: "Divine Epiphany and Spiritual Birth in Ismailian Gnosis"; Paul Tillich: "The Importance of New Being for Christian Theology"; Daisetz T. Suzuki: "The Awakening of a New Consciousness in Zen"; Ernst Benz: "Theogony and the Transformation of Man in Friedrich Wilhelm Joseph Schelling"; Lancelot Law Whyte: "The Growth of Ideas"; Jean Danielou: "The Dove and the Darkness in Ancient Byzantine Mysticism"; Adolf Portman: "Metamorphosis in Animals: The Transformation of the Individual and the Type"; Heinrich Zimmer: "Death and Rebirth in the Light of India"; G. Van Der Leeuw: "Immortality".

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