ALDOUS HUXLEY


Tne Perennial
Philosophy

1946
Chatto & Windus
LONDON

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  • Tne Perennial Philosophy *
  • Contents v
  • Acknowledgments vii
  • Introduction 1
  • Chapter 1 That Art Thou 7
  • Chapter 2 the Nature of the Ground 29
  • Chapter 3 Personality, Sanctity, Divine Incarnation 46
  • Chapter 4 God in the World 69
  • Chapter 5 Charity 95
  • Chapter 6 Mortification, Non-Attachment, Right Livelihood 113
  • Chapter 7 Truth 145
  • Chapter 8 Religion and Temperament 168
  • Chapter G Self-Knowledge 185
  • Chapter 10 Grace and Free Will 190
  • Chapter 11 Good and Evil 202
  • Chapter 12 Time and Eternity 212
  • Chapter 13 Salvation, Deliverance, Enlightenment 230
  • Chapter 14 Immortality and Survival 242
  • Chapter 15 Silence 247
  • Chapter 16 Prayer 251
  • Chapter 17 Suffering 260
  • Chapter 18 Faith 268
  • Chapter 20 Tantum Religio Potuit Suadere Malorum 279
  • Chapter 21 Idolatry 287
  • Chapter 22 Emotionalism 292
  • Chapter 23 the Miraculous 298
  • Chapter 24 Ritual, Symbol, Sacrament 301
  • Chapter 25 Spiritual Exercises 314
  • Chapter 26 Perseverance and Regularity 334
  • Chapter 27 Contemplation, Action and Social Utility 337
  • A List of Recommended Books 346
  • Index 353
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