Miscellanea (Guénon book)

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Author René Guénon
Original title Mélanges
Translators Henry D. Fohr
Cecil Bethell
Hubert Schiff
Patrick Moore
Country France
Language French
Subject metaphysics, cosmology, traditionalism, mathematics, scientism
Published 1976 (in French)
Paris: Gallimard
2001, 2003, 2004: Sophia Perennis
Pages 232 (Gallimard)
191 (Sophia Perennis)
ISBN 0900588551 (paperback edition)
ISBN 090058856X (hardcover edition)
OCLC 46240224

Miscellanea (French: Mélanges) is a posthumous anthology book of writings by René Guénon first published in 1976. It collects articles which appeared in various journals between 1909 and 1950.[1]

Among the topics discussed are the Demiurge, monotheism, angelology, Buddhi, Eternal Ideas, mathematical notation, degeneration of the arts, Akasha, Vayu, Gnosis, spiritism, occultism, Theosophy, spiritualism, Mormonism, Paul Pélliot, and scientism


It has also been translated into Italian and published as Melanges in 1978, by the Centro studi Guenoniani in Venice.[2]

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  1. ^ Guénon, René (2001). Miscellanea. Sophia Perennis. p. xv. ISBN 9780900588563. Retrieved 2 May 2017. 
  2. ^ "All editions for Miscellanea". WorldCat. Retrieved 2 May 2015. 

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