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Like Solzhenitsyn, I do not believe that the Western tradition as a whole is reducible to man-centered humanism--or that it must be rejected tout court.
Sepehri combines his rich knowledge of Buddhism, Sufi mysticism, and Western traditions in this rapturous collection.
of Amsterdam) presents a short history and primer on esoteric philosophy and practice in the Western tradition.
The book is particularly important for the close reading it offers of the key texts of the western tradition, and for placing this subject, which is of significance both for the history of the art and the history of Carolingian society, in a broader context.
Women who wear the veil here often do so as a mark of their assumed superiority over inferior Western traditions.
The social sciences have replaced Western tradition on campus, and social science tends to make a male-unfriendly world and to put layer after layer of bureaucratic control on people, where Western traditions, centered on the Church, had led to the opening up of freedoms and possibilities.
Using a new technique for her but will known to others, a free-form style native to Japan called zuihitsu, her poetry retains the same charm that was loved in her previous anthologies, covering her experiences as lover, mother, and a mixed child of eastern and western traditions, "The Narrow Road to The Interior" is deftly and expertly written, making it highly recommended to community library poetry collections and a must have for her fans of her previous books alongside readers new to Hahn's work.
retrieves various key features of the tradition in the face of those theologians who, to his mind, dismiss the Western tradition out of hand.