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SUNY Series in Religious Studies. Editor: Harold Coward. - Contents: Introduction. I. The World of the Spirit. A Metaphysical Context for the Cultivation of Sacred Science. 1. God is Reality. 2. Self-awareness and Ultimate Selfhood. 3. Time - The Moving Image of Eternity. II. The Unity of the Divine Stratosphere. The Diversity of the Human Atmosphere. 4. One is the Spirit and Many its Human Reflections. Thoughts on the Human Condition Today. 5. The Philosophia Perennis and the Study of Religion. III. Science: Traditional and Modern. 6. Western Science and Asian Cultures. 7. The Traditional Sciences. 8. The Spiritual Significance of Nature. IV: Tradition, Science and the Modern Predicament. 9. Sacred Science and the Environmental Crisis - An Islamic Perspective. 10. The Concept of Human Progress through Material Evolution: A Traditional Critique. 11. Reflections on the Theological Modernism of Hans Küng. Postscript - The Need for a Sacred Science. Index. - Includes bibliographical references. - Gutes Exemplar.