The Divine Songs of Zarathushtra, Volume 21

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Routledge, 2011 - Reference - 79 pages
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Zarathusthtra brought about important religious reform in Iran, giving a definitely moral character and direction to religion whilst at the same time preaching the doctrine of monotheism, which offered an eternal foundation of reality to goodness as an ideal of perfection. This volume provides a substantial introduction on the life and doctrines of Zarathushtra and compares the development of religion in India with that of Iran.

 

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Contents

Dinshah Jijibhai Irani
1
Introduction
5
I
17
Ill
18
V
19
VII
20
IX
21
XI
22
LXI
47
LXIII
48
LXV
49
LXVII
50
LXIX
51
LXXI
52
LXXIII
53
LXXV
54

XIII
23
XV
24
XVII
25
XIX
26
XXI
27
XXIII
28
XXV
29
XXVII
30
XXIX
31
XXXI
32
XXXIII
33
XXXV
34
XXXVII
35
XXXIX
36
XLI
37
XLIII
38
XLV
39
XLVII
40
XLIX
41
LI
42
LIII
43
LV
44
LVII
45
LIX
46
LXXVII
55
LXXIX
56
LXXXI
57
LXXXIII
58
LXXXV
59
LXXXVII
60
LXXXIX
61
XCI
62
XCIII
63
XCV
64
XCVII
65
XCIX
66
CI
67
CIII
68
CV
69
CVII
70
CIX
71
CXI
72
CXIII
73
cxv
74
CXVII
75
CXIX
76
Notes
77
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Dr. David Mould is Professor Emeritus of Media Arts & Studies at Ohio University (U.S.A), a freelance journalist, and international media trainer. His background is in European, 19thcentury American, and documentary film history. His research has focused on media in conflict from the First World War to the late 20thcentury and on post-Soviet media in Central Asia. Brought up in Britain, he worked as a newspaper reporter and television news producer before moving to the United States. He is the author of three books and articles for publications such as Times Higher Education and The Christian Science Monitor.

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