Human Types: Essence and the Enneagram

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Weiser Books, 1997 - Body, Mind & Spirit - 322 pages
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Approaching human typology from a variety of perspectives, Zannos ties the Gurdjieff-Ouspensky Fourth Way system to a wide range of cultural, religious, and scientific traditions. She traces roots in Homeric legend and the Olympian pantheon through medieval astrology and the Qabalah, as well as discussing endocrinology and psychology.
 

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Contents

Chapter 1 Origins
1
Chapter 2 Ancient Wisdom
19
Chapter 3 Modern Research
33
Chapter 4 The Four Functions
49
Chapter 5 The Instinctive Mind
61
Chapter 6 The Moving Mind
77
Chapter 7 The Intellectual Mind
91
Chapter 8 The Emotional Mind
105
Chapter 13 The Saturn Type
189
Chapter 14 The Martial Type
207
Chapter 15 The Jovial Type
223
Chapter 16 The Solar Type
241
Chapter 17 The Enneagram
257
Chapter 18 The Combined Types
269
Chapter 19 Conclusion
307
Bibliography
315

Chapter 9 Recognizing Classic Types
123
Chapter 10 The Lunar Type
139
Chapter 11 The Venusian Type
157
Chapter 12 The Mercurial Type
171
Index 319
321
The Fellowship of Friends
323
About the Author
324
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About the author (1997)

Zannos has been a lifelong educator, having taught at all levels, from preschool to college, in Mexico, Greece, Italy, Russia, and Lithuania, as well as in the U.S.

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