Item #11127 FUNDAMENTALISM: PARABOLA, VOLUME 30, NO. 4; SUMMER 2005. Seyyed Hossein Nasr, Thich Nhat Hanh, Anne Twitty, Chogyam Trungpa, Richard Smoley, Huston Smith, Peter Lamborn Wilson, Lorraine Kisley.


New York: 2005. 30th Anniversary Issue; Contains "An Eternal Perfume" Patrick Laude - Mystery and beauty as the true fundamentals; "Do Many Heads Necessarily Have Many Minds?" Wendy Doniger - Tracking the sources of Hindu tolerance and intolerance; "Beyond Views" An exchange with Thich Nhat Hanh; "Lines in the Sand" Anne Twitty - Rejoicing in the ephemeral; "The Sacred World of the Other", An interview with Seyyed Hossein Nasr; "Cosmic Joke" Chogyam Trungpa - The fear of falling "Coming Clean" Melody Moezzi - One-on-one redemption; "Beyond the Letter" Richard Smoley - Levels of meaning and Scripture; "The Karma of Loneliness" Barry Graham - Varieties of narcissism; "Why Fundamentalism Matters" An interview with Huston Smith; "Where is God Gone?" William J. Ventimiglia - Inclusivity in the face of the holy; WHAT DOES RABBI STEINSALTZ SAY? "Humpty Dumpty's Rules" Adin Steinsaltz - Do we know what fundamentalism means? Do we care? - "Green Hermeticism" Peter Lamborn Wilson - Postmodern science, alchemy, and a new approach to the environmental crisis; 128 pages. Item #11127

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