That said, one does not have to agree with Collin McGinn to appreciate his often refreshing discussion of the perennial issues, although his avoidance of the perennial philosophy
of Aristotle can be annoying to anyone steeped in the history of philosophy.
In search of a perennial philosophy
for behavioral health integration in primary care.
I have been involved in the publishing world for the past thirty years and have produced and published over 30 titles on spirituality and perennial philosophy
Considered by many to be the preeminent exponent of the Perennial Philosophy
, Schuon brings his vast experiential knowledge of world religions to touch on humanity's need for a coherent, faith-based center from which to navigate a world drowning in relativism and obsessed with the Western cult of "the genius," which he calls "a phenomenon seeking to compensate for the impoverishment of the modern ambience.
Philosophers and theologians have spoken of a perennial philosophy
Acclaimed writer and teacher RABBI RAMI SHAPIRO is studying the Perennial Philosophy
, the four core beliefs found in all cultures and spiritual traditions
Aldous Huxley (1969) proposed that there is a core of moral principles or perennial philosophy
that exists throughout the world across time.
in favor of a perennial philosophy
, careful as he is to delineate the differences between various religious worldviews and the languages they employ.
Thus, Deussen projects onto Indian intellectual history his belief in the existence of a single perennial philosophy
, identifying the idealism of Advaita Vedanta as a pristine philosophical system that is subsequently denigrated by the dualist Samkhya (pp.
Healing forgiveness can be contextually understood within the ageless wisdom of the Perennial Philosophy
The core contention of the Perennial Philosophy
is that all is One: separate entities exist, but at a "deeper" level their separateness gives way to an underlying, timeless Unity.
It is nothing less than to reinterpret the perennial philosophy
of mysticism in twenty-first-century terms, to bear witness to the fact that mysticism is not what the dictionary says it is, something related to a sacredly obscure attempt to achieve elevated religious feeling or ecstasy, but a philosophy that sets out to comprehend and explain the nature of reality as it relates to man.