Esotericism and the Control of Knowledge

Edward F. Crangle (ed.). Esotericism and the Control of Knowledge. Sydney: Dept. of Studies in Religion, University of Sydney, 2004.

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Articles

Front Matter - Esotericism and the Control of Knowledge
Edward F Crangle
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Postmodernism and the Logic of Esoteric Thought
Victoria Barker
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From the Esoteric to the Exoteric and Back Again: Themes from Antiquity to Post-Modernity
Garry W Trompf
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Esotericism, Irony and Paranoia in Umberto Eco's Foucault's Pendulum
Carole M Cusack
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Gurdjieff and the Fourth Way: Giving Voice to Further Alterity in the Study of Western Esotericism
David Pecotic
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The Elect and the Predestination of Knowledge: 'Esotericism' and 'Exclusivism' - A Schuonian Perpective
Timothy Scott
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The Heart of the Religio Perennis: Frithjof Schuon on Esotericism
Harry Oldmeadow
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On Spiritual Knowledge
Matthew del Nevo
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Method and Doctrine: Esoteric Teachings in the Writings of Clement of Alexandria
Andrew Itter
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The Ritual Dimension of Western Esotericism: The Rebirth Motif and the Transformation of Human Consciousness
Glenys Eddy
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'Very Slight Indication of a Revelation': William James, Richard Hodgson and the Society for Psychical Research
Al Gabay
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Vietnamese Esoterica and the Chinese Mystical Model
Christopher Hartney
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The Worm in the Bud: Esotericism, Secrecy, and the Rosicrucians
Paris Mawby
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Nasiruta: Deep Knowledge and Extraordinary Priestcraft in Mandaean Religion
Nasoraia Hathem Saed
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