The new religions

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Dutton, Mar 7, 1977 - Body, Mind & Spirit - 242 pages

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Eastern religions exploded into the US in the freedom of the 1960s. This book explores a number of those religions and their teachings, some of which are very familiar, such as Buddhism, others that ... Read full review

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Contents

1L Introduction i
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THE AGONIES OF RELIGIOUS RELEVANCE
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THE RETURN OF THE PRACTICAL
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Jacob Needleman is a professor of philosophy at San Francisco State University and the author of many books, including The Essential Marcus Aurelius, Why Can't We Be Good?, The American Soul, The Wisdom of Love, Time and the Soul, The Heart of Philosophy, Lost Christianity, and Money and the Meaning of Life.

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