Table of contents for Huston Smith : essays on world religion / edited by M. Darrol Bryant.

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Foreword by Huston Smith

I. Foundations
Accents of the World’s Philosophies
Accents of the World’s Religions
Truth in Comparative Perspective

II. The Splendid Prism
East Asia
Transcendence in Traditional China
Tao Now: An Ecological Testament
A Note on Shinto
Spiritual Discipline in Zen and Comparative Perspective
“Celestial Mirages”: Reflections on Thought and Truth
South Asia
India and the Infinite
Vedic Religion and the Soma Experience
The Importance of the Buddha
Tibetan Chant: Inducing the Spirit
The West
The Western Way: An Essay on Reason and the Given
The Conceptual Crisis in the Modern West
Western Philosophy as a Great Religion

III. Consequences: Social, Educational, and Ecumenical
The Relevance of the Great Religions for the Modern World
Another World to Live in, or How I Teach the Introductory Course
This Ecumenical Moment: What Are We Seeking?
Postmodernism’s Impact on the Study of Religion


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