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- member of the Perennialist School. See the section Julius Evola and the Perennialist School in Fabbri's Introduction to the Perennialist School. Paul Furlong...
- member of the Perennialist School. See the section Julius Evola and the Perennialist School in Fabbri's Introduction to the Perennialist School. Guénon...
- and changes according to political changes in society. Examples of a perennialist interpretation of ethnicity are also found in Barth and Seidner who see...
- (1908–1984) was a Swiss traditionalist metaphysician, a leading member of the Perennialist or Traditionalist School. He was the author of numerous works on metaphysics...
- esotericist schools of thought themselves, treating "esotericism" as a perennialist hidden, inner tradition. A second perspective sees esotericism as a category...
- referred to as Universal Curriculum is a normative educational philosophy. Perennialists believe that one should teach the things that are of everlasting pertinence...
- pillars and edifices far underground in the sediment of its waters. The perennialist writer Nigel Jackson identifies the land of Siriad in Josephus' account...
- of Frithjof Schuon, a German spiritual authority, metaphysician and Perennialist. In 1938, Lings went to Basle to make Schuon's acquaintance. This prompted...
- Radhakrishnan's ideas have also received criticism and challenges, for their perennialist and universalist claims, and the use of an east–west dichotomy. According...
- said would turn German bullets into water. Bábism and Baháʼísm, two perennialist movements founded in Qajar Persia by self-proclaimed prophets. The Mahdist...
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