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Elucidates notions crucial to Buddhism and points out key differences between Western philosophical individualism and the serenity of Eastern metaphysics.
Paperback, 210 pages
Published September 6th 2003 by World Wisdom Books (first published February 25th 1993)
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Frithjof Schuon was a native of Switzerland born to German parents in Basel, Switzerland. He is known as a philosopher, metaphysician and author of numerous books on religion and spirituality.

Schuon is recognized as an authority on philosophy, spirituality and religion, an exponent of the Religio Perennis, and one of the chief representatives of the Perennialist School. Though he was not officiall
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