SYMBOLES FONDAMENTAUX DE LA SCIENCE SACRÉE - Guénon, 1962 - METAPHYSICS OCCULT
SYMBOLES FONDAMENTAUX DE LA SCIENCE SACRÉE
Book Details + Condition: Éditions Gallimard (Paris, France). First Edition, 1962. Softcover. 468 pages. Written in the original French language. Volume by French intellectual René Guénon, known for his influential theories on the subject of metaphysics, especially those inspired by Eastern thinking. Guénon rejected popular contemporary movements such as Theosophy and Spiritism, and their methods of assessing Eastern philosophical and mystical thought through a Western lens. The sacred symbols in this book have origins in the zodiac, Druids, ancient Greek tetractys, Islam, and more. Edited and containing an introduction by Muslim scholar Michel Vâlsan. Firm binding; light wear to covers; interior is clean and free of markings.