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Gurdjieff: The Anatomy of a Myth - A Biography

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In this first major biography of George Ivanovitch Gurdjieff, James Moore offers an entertaining and reliable introduction to one of the Western world's most remarkable and little-understood revolutionary thinkers. The turbulent half-century since the death of Gurdjieff, holistic philosopher and 'Teacher of Dancing', has seen unprecedented changes, yet the fundamental suffering and entrapment of humanity remains the same. Gurdjieff's work is perhaps more relevant today than ever before and this masterly tribute has a vital role to play in ensuring that his ideas reach new generations of readers in search of authentic spiritual teachings.

CONDITION: Minor shelf wear to Un-clipped DJ otherwise clean and bright with no inscriptions or notations.

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Author(s):
James Moore
Condition:
Used: very good
Edition:
1991
Format:
Hardback
ISBN-10:
1852301147
ISBN-13:
9781852301149
Number of pages:
415
Publisher:
Element
Title:
Gurdjieff: The Anatomy of a Myth - A Biography

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In this first major biography of George Ivanovitch Gurdjieff, James Moore offers an entertaining and reliable introduction to one of the Western world's most remarkable and little-understood revolutionary thinkers. The turbulent half-century since the death of Gurdjieff, holistic philosopher and 'Teacher of Dancing', has seen unprecedented changes, yet the fundamental suffering and entrapment of humanity remains the same. Gurdjieff's work is perhaps more relevant today than ever before and this masterly tribute has a vital role to play in ensuring that his ideas reach new generations of readers in search of authentic spiritual teachings.

CONDITION: Minor shelf wear to Un-clipped DJ otherwise clean and bright with no inscriptions or notations.

Author(s):
James Moore
Condition:
Used: very good
Edition:
1991
Format:
Hardback
ISBN-10:
1852301147
ISBN-13:
9781852301149
Number of pages:
415
Publisher:
Element
Title:
Gurdjieff: The Anatomy of a Myth - A Biography

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