Freedom and Friendship

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The Call of Theosophy and The Theosophical Society

‘Theosophy knows no antagonisms or superiorities of belief of whatever kind, for Theosophy is the Science underlying all beliefs.’

Essays on great themes, by the Third International President of the Theosophical Society’. Contents: Two Great Purposes/ Menace of Dogmatism/ Value of Theosophy/ Theosophy: the uncommon sense/ The Magic Mirror/ The Secret Doctrine/ Friendship/ Freedom/ Truth/ Our World of Ignorance/ The Saving Grace/ Freedom & Responsibility of Membership/ Our Society as a Mother of Movements/ Our Policy for the Future/ Dreams.

502 pp hardback 1935 some damage to fep, overall good, ex libris


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Dimensions 13.5 × 5.7 × 19.8 cm
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