Studies in Comparative Religion
The First English Journal on Traditional Studies - established 1963
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Ian Watson makes ‘scattered observations’ on the decline in thinking and the rise of the secular-materialist mindset in the world. His observations center on his perception that self-reflection and contemplation on the inner has, for the most part, vanished and that it is this absence that has led to a general degradation in thought.
The Anti-Wisdom of Modern Philosophy: A Passing NoteWatson, Ian Vol. 6, No. 4. ( Autumn, 1972) Misc
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The two books listed first were originally published in the late 19th and early 20th centuries, and were republished by The Singing Tree Press in 1970. The first book is apparently very well-known in the study of religion, and is described as “a collection of examples of human mentality in religion.” The second book is a study of this form of monasticism in England, and is well illustrated. And the third book is an account of Ittoten and the teaching of Tenko San, “…an important spiritual force in modern Japan.”
New books received - Winter 1969author(s), various *author(s), various Vol. 4, No. 2. ( Spring, 1970) General Information
Now that the first year is completed for Studies in Comparative Religion, the editor F Clive Ross feels that it is important to acknowledge that the choice of a new title, that better reflects the actual emphasis in topics and articles, was a wise one. According to Mr Ross, the journal has already received wider circulation and they are anticipating a rise in articles about interesting and diverse topics, written by well known thinkers in this field. The editor prepares readers for an expanded edition of 64 pages in the winter season, but which unfortunately includes a higher cost as well. The editor encourages readers to continue their support and to spread the word to their friends regarding this journal.
Editorial - Autumn 1967Clive-Ross, F. Vol. 1, No. 4. ( Autumn, 1967) General Information
Following the change of the journal's title from Tomorrow to Studies in Comparative Religion, editor F. Clive-Ross thinks it advisable to re-state the mission of the journal: Studies is devoted to the exposition of the teachings, spiritual methods, symbolism, and other facets of the religious traditions of the world, together with the traditional arts and sciences which have sprung from those religions. It is not sectarian and, inasmuch as it is not tied to the interests of any particular religious group, it is free to lay stress on the common spirit underlying the various religious forms..
Editorial - Winter 1967Clive-Ross, F. Vol. 1, No. 1. ( Winter, 1967) General Information
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