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The modern world is characterized by its fascination with relativity and individualism. Into this morass, the writings of Frithjof Schuon enter like a bolt of lightning that both clears the air and brings serenity in its wake. The perspective of the perennial philosophy restores a sense of proportion in affirming the transcendent Real and then draws all the consequences spiritually and humanly, as well as aesthetically on the plane of forms.
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Frithjof Schuon (1907-1998) is the foremost representative of the “perennialist” or “traditionalist” school of comparative religious thought, well-known for its espousal of the “transcendent unity of religions.” Schuon is the author of over thirty books on metaphysics, comparative religion, art, philosophy, poetry, and spirituality.