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guenon

a large group of related small monkeys of the genus cercopithecus. They vary greatly in their coloring and markings.
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Previously, the oldest known guenon fossil was approximately four million years old.
See Guenon, The Reign of Quantity and the Signs of the Times, 89-95.
This analysis identified 7 species: 147 yellow-nosed red-tailed guenons (C.
Associates and followers of Guenon issued some of the earliest and most enduring analyses and refutations of the cultural and social forces that had brought modern industrial civilization to the point of ecological crisis by the middle of the twentieth century.
Prophet for a dark age; a companion to the works of Rene Guenon.
On se souvient en effet de Challe developpant dans la version imprimee de son Journal d'un voyage fait aux Indes Orientales en 1721 le recit des soins apportes a une guenon blessee, qui emeut tout l'equipage et se termine tragiquement, mais qui est absent du manuscrit original.
The latter contains articles about such great thinkers as Gaston Bachelard, Lao-tzu, Rene Guenon, and the Estonian theologian and philologist Uku Masing.
Guenon and Frithjof Schoun, who have asserted that, when we try to escape the narrowness of dogma, we realize that the truth is transcending us within ourselves.
Although ensconced in an abstruse discourse on method and references to earlier ethnography, the main argument of Homo hierarchicus slights both field findings and Indology in favor of recycled popular preachings by Rene Guenon, a French guru whom Dumont had found inspirational during the 1930s.
The French philosopher Rene Guenon, who held that the West has been in decline since the early 14th century, argued that economic growth necessarily results in dissatisfaction and envy: `Modern civilization aims at creating ever greater and greater artificial needs, and .
neoformans include macaw, swan, parakeet, Guenon monkey, fox, potoroo, and sheep (1).
Issues within modern culture include the place of Guenon within traditionalist polemics, the case of dowsers and their skeptics' responses, responses of New Age practitioners to the Gospel of Thomas, and the external and internal polemics of modern witchcraft.