New York: St. Martin's, 1991. First edition. 480 pages.
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Middlesex: Perennial Books, 1978. Double issue; Contents include Paradoxical Aspects of Sufism by Frithjof Schuon, Coomaraswamy and René Guénon by Marco Pallis, Reactions to the Theory of Evolution by Michael Negus, Destruction of the Christian Tradition, part II by Rama Coomaraswamy, and Aspects of Teilhardian Idolotry by Kurt Almqvist; 126.....
2009. "The Soul of Nature" reveals the compatibility between science and faith. The universe is viewed as a continuum of matter and energy in which all living creatures and especially human beings are wholly integrated. Faith is an expression of the need to experience this sense of belonging. Science is...
Akron: Werner, N.D, circa 1900. Second edition, Revised and Augmented; 688 pages; International Science Library; Ownership signature of Otto Julius Zobel, dated 1905.
Akron: Werner, N.D, circa 1900. With editions and Corrections from the Sixth and Last English Edition, Authorized Edition; Two Volumes; 365 & 338 pages; International Science Library; Ownership signature of Otto Julius Zobel, dated 1905.
New York: Viking Press, 2008. First edition. 413 pages.
2005. Third edition. 'Eulogy Edition', in honor od Dr. Ilya Prigogine; 150 pages.
Vancouver: 2002. First printing. Limited printing of 35 copies, numbered and signed by the author; Postcard from one to the author's children laid in, 'Here is my Dad's weird book ...'; 309 pages.
Akron: Werner, N.D, circa 1900. 329 pages; International Science Library; Ownership signature of Otto Julius Zobel, dated 1905.
New York: Holt, Rinehart and Winston, 1962. First edition. A brief introduction to physical anthropology.
Boston: Shambhala, 1981. Second Impression. 372 pages.