Results 1 – 9 Harry Oldmeadow was born in Melbourne in His parents were Christian missionaries in India, where he spent nine years of his childhood and. C. G. Jung & Mircea Eliade: “Priests without Surplices”? Reflections on the Place of Myth, Religion and Science in Their Work. Harry Oldmeadow. File Type: PDF. Harry Oldmeadow studied at ANU, Sydney University, St John’s College Oxford, Canberra University and La Trobe. He has taught History, Literature, Philosophy .
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This “editorial” by editor Harry Oldmeadow to Crossing Religious Frontiersthe new volume of the Studies in Comparative Religion series, introduces the volume and inaugurates the new series. His parents were Christian missionaries in India and he spent the first nine years of his childhood there and developed an early interest in the civilisations of the East.
Learn more about Amazon Prime. Orbis,in Vincat Omnia Veritas: A Christian Pilgrim in India: His recreational interests include hiking, photography, reading and following the Collingwood Football Club.
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Review of “Inside the Centre: Remember me on this computer. Learn more at Author Central. If someone says that such and such a good exists outside tradition, the answer is: Oldmeadow edsThe End of Religion? World Wisdom,xi-xv.
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R also on-line at: Views Read Edit View history. On Frithjof Schuon’s “Treasures of Buddhism” more. We will combine biographical sketches with some general remarks about their significance as bridge-builders between the West and the East, and in so doing adumbrate several themes and problematics which will be elaborated in later chapters.
No one with any sense of proportion can for a moment doubt that the good in Tibet’s traditional civilisation far outweighed the bad, and that something infinitely precious and irreplaceable was destroyed forever by the invading juggernaut. R Review of H. Canberra College of Education, ed.
Amazon Advertising Find, attract, and engage customers. Oldmeadow studied history, politics and literature at the Australian National University and the University of Sydneyas well as working as a history tutor at La Trobe University in Melbourne. Cuadernos de estudios tradicionales World Wisdom,pp. Sharma edFragments of Infinity: Oldmeadow also explains these “pseudo-mythologies” in opposition to the “sense of the sacred.
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High to Low Avg. The Heart of the Religio Perennis: Nair, Shankar Narasimhachary, M. A Journal of Tradition and Modernity Vancouver 23,pp. Huston Smith 1 An Anglo-Irish disciple of Vivekananda, a German theologian, an Italian Tibetologist, an American Beat poet, and a scholar who wrote perhaps the century’s most widely influential survey of the world’s religions—these are the disparate figures, bound together by a fascination with the religious life of the East, to whom we turn in this chapter.