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- Martin Lings Symbol And Archetype Study Of Meaning Of Existence
- Symbol & Archetype: A Study of The Meaning of Existence
- Symbol & Archetype: A Study of the Meaning of Existence
- Symbol & archetype : a study of the meaning of existence
A student of the Swiss metaphysician Frithjof Schuon  and an authority on the work of William Shakespeare , he is best known as the author of Muhammad: His Life Based on the Earliest Sources , first published in and still in print. Lings was born in Burnage , Manchester, in to a Protestant family.
Martin Lings Symbol And Archetype Study Of Meaning Of Existence
Lings received his PhD from the University of London in It was almost like being struck by lightning…. Lings learned that Schuon lived in Switzerland and went there to see him in January After this formative meeting Lings became a lifelong and dedicated disciple of Schuon. It also reveals his way with English prose, which always tends toward the poetic. While living in Cairo, Lings maintained a correspondence with a young woman he had met when she was just four and he eight years old.
As to the past however, there is no traditional doctrine which does not teach that this world is the world of symbols, inasmuch as it contains nothing which is not a symbol. A man should therefore understand at least what that means, not only because he has to live in the herebelow but also and above all because without such understanding he would fail to understand himself, he being the supreme and central symbol in the terrestrial state. Needless to say, this little book does not claim to be exhaustive. Its purpose is to enable the reader to dwell on certain basic aspects of symbolism in relation to the Divinity, the hierarchy of the universe, the function of man, his faculties and his qualities, the conditions to which he is subject, the natural objects which surround him, his works of art, and his final ends, all with reference to the great living religions of the world, and in particular to Christianity and Islam. This book does not claim to be exhaustive. Its purpose is to enable the reader to dwell on certain basic aspects of symbolism in relation to the Divinity.
Symbol & Archetype: A Study of The Meaning of Existence
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Symbol & Archetype: A Study of the Meaning of Existence
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Other books by Martin Lings AVAILABLE FROM THE ISLAMIC TEXTS SOCIETY The Universality of Sufism 21 of the greatest of all symbols inasmuch as it It results i from this Archetype that mutual concord depends on like- ness and.