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"While Western philosophy assumes that mere intelligence is all that is necessary, Eastern wisdom demands that the student must have attained control over himself and his physical body, his emotions and reactions, before wisdom will reveal her secrets," J.C. Cooper argues in her summary and critique of Saher’s book. Breaking the book into parts, Cooper discusses what she feels are the most noteworthy points Saher makes regarding the similarities and contrasts between Western and Eastern spiritual philosophy.
Eastern Wisdom and Western ThoughtSaher, P. J.*Cooper, J.C. Vol. 4, No. 1. ( Winter, 1970) Comparative Religion
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