GURDJIEFF: ESSAYS AND REFLECTIONS ON THE MAN AND HIS TEACHING. Jacob Needleman, George Baker.

GURDJIEFF: ESSAYS AND REFLECTIONS ON THE MAN AND HIS TEACHING.

New York: Continuum, 1997. Forty-four essays about Gurdjieff, all aspects his teaching, his influence on contemporary culture and the relevance of The Fourth Way to other religious perspectives. Additionally, included is the transcript of a dialogue between Gurdjieff and some of his students in the late 1940's that was previously unpublished and a selection of photographs of Gurdjieff and many of the contributors. The book opens with an introduction by the editors and two brief selections by Jeanne De Salzmann: The Awakening of Thought and First Initiation. The following six sections are: Gurdjieff and the Modern World, Encounters with the Gurdjieff Teaching, Comparative Studies, G.I. Gurdjieff: Questions and Answers and Photographs, Music and Movements, Perspectives from the Gurdjieff Work. Paperback in new condition. Item #4698

450 pages.

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