The Perennial Philosophy by Aldous Huxley

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Philosophia Perennis?the phrase was
coined by Leibniz; but the thing?the
metaphysic that recognizes a divine Reality
substantial to the world of things and lives and
minds; the psychology that finds in the soul
something similar to, or even identical with,
divine Reality; the ethic that places man?s final
end in the knowledge of the immanent and
transcendent Ground of all being?the thing
is immemorial and universal. Rudiments of the
Perennial Philosophy may be found among the
traditionary lore of primitive peoples in every
region of the world, and in its fully developed
forms it has a place in every one of the higher
religions. A version of this Highest Common

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Philosophia Perennis?the phrase was
coined by Leibniz; but the thing?the
metaphysic that recognizes a divine Reality
substantial to the world of things and lives and
minds; the psychology that finds in the soul
something similar to, or even identical with,
divine Reality; the ethic that places man?s final
end in the knowledge of the immanent and
transcendent Ground of all being?the thing
is immemorial and universal. Rudiments of the
Perennial Philosophy may be found among the
traditionary lore of primitive peoples in every
region of the world, and in its fully developed
forms it has a place in every one of the higher
religions. A version of this Highest Common

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