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monkey

(mŭng′kē)
n. pl. mon·keys
a. Any of various tailed primates of the suborder Anthropoidea, including the macaques, baboons, capuchins, and marmosets, and excluding the apes.
b. A nonhuman ape. Not in scientific use.
Drug slang (1) A regional term for drug dependency, as in '...to have a monkey on your back' (2) A cigarette made from cocaine paste and tobacco
Graduate education—US A person low in the medical school hierarchy
Zoology A non-human primate

monkey

any long-tailed primate excluding the tarsiers and lemurs, comprising the Old World and New World monkeys and marmosets.
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"Environmental changes during the Plio-Pleistocene may have influenced the present-day distribution of guenons."
Por tanto es del todo normal que el primero se represente aqui mediante el simbolo que corresponde a una condicion "primordial", y el segundo mediante el simbolo que corresponde a una condicion posterior de "oscurecimiento" y de "envoltura" o "repliegue" espiritual (Guenon, 1995, p.167).
En su libro Simbolos fundamentales de la ciencia sagrada, Rene Guenon plantea, desde una metafisica no aristotelica sino mistica, una pragmatica del espacio simbolico de la ciudad, en la cual clasifica de manera comparativa los lugares simbolicos y los homologa como vehiculos de ideas tradicionales religiosas.
Retomando las relaciones del euro-asianismo con las otras dos plataformas doctrinales, cabe recordar la firme impronta del pensamiento de Rene Guenon en Dugin, lo cual nos proporciona la clave de las concomitancias--de tipo religioso y simbolico--entre nuestro autor y el mundo musulman, por supuesto extensibles al terreno geografico.
Ademas, advierte Abu Ya'qu'u Sejestani, jannat [el Paraiso] incluye el termino persa que significa "un jardin engalanada de arboles frutales, plantas odoriferas y corrientes de agua viva" y Allah es el Jardinero (Burckhardt, 1947; Chevalier, 1999; Corbin, 1995; Guenon, 1969, 1976b; Maspero, 1950; Stein, 1942).
Massimo Ciavolella explores the different interpretations of the meaning of Dante's Commedia from Gabriele Pasquale Giuseppe Rossetti to Francesco Paolo Perez, Giuseppe Pascoli, and Rene Guenon. All of these writers focus on the poem's "esoteric aspect" and its multiple possible interpretations.
Cudenec thus outlines and advocates a form of religious mysticism associated with such reactionary scholars as Rene Guenon, Seyyed Hossein Nasr (who doesn't get a mention), Martin Lings, Frithjof Schuon and Ananda Coomaraswamy, none of whom can really be described as anarchists, although they may have been associated with the cultural avant-garde.
Existe una amplia literatura tradicionalista, de Guenon a Evola, para indicar los autores mas significativos de esta tendencia, los cuales, en referencia al mundo de la Tradicion, muestran institutos o instituciones, hoy completamente laicizadas, que en otros tiempos o en otras culturas tenian un fundamento sagrado.
Situated "near the summit of an almost inaccessible hill," in other words immediately beneath the plane of the terrestrial Paradise, it figures the inverted tree, its roots (the principle) in the air, and its crown (the manifestation) thrust in the ground, and synthesising the unity (represented by "the Tree of Life") and the duality ("the Tree of Science") (Guenon 1962: 324-325).
(43) The schema of metaphysical order here summarized is found, with some variations in terminology, in various perennialist texts including Rene Guenon, Man and His Becoming according to the Vedanta (Hillsdale, NY: Sophia Perennis, 2001), p.
The team determined that the tooth belonged to the earliest known guenon, which are some of the most brightly coloured and distinctive monkeys in modern African forests.