Sufism: Veil and Quintessence : a New Translation with Selected Letters
World Wisdom, Inc, 2006 - 196 pages
This revised and expanded edition of Frithjof Schuon's Sufism: Veil and Quintessence contains: a new translation of this classic work; previously unpublished correspondence by Frithjob Schuon; an editor's preface by James S. Cutsinger; a new foreword by Seyyed Hossein Nasr; extensive editor's notes by James S. Cutsinger; a glossary of foreign terms and phrases; an index; and biographical notes.
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The ExoEsoteric Symbiosis
Paradoxes of an Esoterism
Human Premises of a Religious Dilemma
Tracing the Notion of Philosophy
Hypostatic Dimensions of Unity
Glossary of Foreign Terms and Phrases
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