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guenon:

see monkeymonkey,
any of a large and varied group of mammals of the primate order. The term monkey includes all primates that do not belong to the categories human, ape, or prosimian; however, monkeys do have certain common features.
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Este eje vertical es facil de conectar con la idea occidental tradicional de la inspiracion, pero tambien con el pensamiento de Carl Gustav Jung, de clara influencia en el pensamiento de Colinas, o Rene Guenon.
He focuses on Rene Guenon in a chapter on ideas of traditionalism, while his chapter on Alexandra David-Neel is, in contrast, concerned with Asia and modernity.
Este articulo se planteo, siguiendo dos referentes: la metafisica de la ciudad, desde donde se busco establecer los parametros de una existencia estetica de la ciudad; y la semiotica metafisica de Rene Guenon, que permitio comprender ese sentir de ciudad manifestado desde lo simbolico.
Normalmente, se representa el paraiso en una claridad y una primavera perpetuas (Chevalier, 1999; Corbin, 1995; Eliade, 1977, 2008; Griaule, 1956; Grousset, 1951; Guenon, 1925, 1927, 1969, 1976a, 1976b; Lao Tse, 2005; Schuon, 1950).
Massimo Ciavolella explores the different interpretations of the meaning of Dante's Commedia from Gabriele Pasquale Giuseppe Rossetti to Francesco Paolo Perez, Giuseppe Pascoli, and Rene Guenon.
Cudenec thus outlines and advocates a form of religious mysticism associated with such reactionary scholars as Rene Guenon, Seyyed Hossein Nasr (who doesn't get a mention), Martin Lings, Frithjof Schuon and Ananda Coomaraswamy, none of whom can really be described as anarchists, although they may have been associated with the cultural avant-garde.
Lors de sa premiere enquete ethnographique, en Ethiopie, Griaule s'attache ainsi a une guenon qu'il appelle Bankou (Griaule 1934: 45-46).
Existe una amplia literatura tradicionalista, de Guenon a Evola, para indicar los autores mas significativos de esta tendencia, los cuales, en referencia al mundo de la Tradicion, muestran institutos o instituciones, hoy completamente laicizadas, que en otros tiempos o en otras culturas tenian un fundamento sagrado.
Guenon R (1962) Symboles fondamentaux de la Science Sacree.
43) The schema of metaphysical order here summarized is found, with some variations in terminology, in various perennialist texts including Rene Guenon, Man and His Becoming according to the Vedanta (Hillsdale, NY: Sophia Perennis, 2001), p.