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The Orient: Its Legacy to the West: Notebooks Volume 10 (The Notebooks of Paul Brunton Vol 10)

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Volume 10 of The Notebooks of Paul Brunton, this book emphasizes the need of both East and West to learn from one another and contribute creatively to a new world-culture.
Paperback, 272 pages
Published November 1st 1988 by Larson Publications (first published January 15th 1988)
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Born Raphael Hurst, he later changed his name to Brunton Paul, and then Paul Brunton. He was a British philosopher, mystic, traveler, and guru. He left a journalistic career to live among yogis, mystics, and holy men, and studied a wide variety of Eastern and Western esoteric teachings. With his entire life dedicated to an inward and spiritual quest, Brunton felt charged with the task of ...more
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