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The Foundation for Traditional Studies seeks to contribute toward the achievement of such understanding not through dilution of religious or cultural traditions until one arrives at a pale common denominator, but rather through preserving and strengthening the traditions which have been transmitted through the ages and which have so much to teach contemporary society.
Sophia is the leading journal in the English language on traditional studies is published by the Foundation for Traditional Studies.
World Wisdom Books, established in 1980, is the publisher of the Library of Perennial Philosophy which is dedicated to the exposition of the timeless Truth underlying the diverse religions.
Sophia Perennis is an excellent reference resource for information relating to perennial wisdom and the leading traditionalists. Its web site includes an introduction to the writings of Frithjof Schuon.
Religio Perennis provides perennial perspectives on tradition, metaphysics and spiritual realization from the teachings of René Guénon and Frithjof Schuon.
Frithjof-Schuon.com is a site dedicated to the technique of this great metaphysician, philosopher, poet and artist, and includes many valuable articles by him in English and other languages.
Eye of the Heart is a scholarly, peer-reviewed journal in the field of Traditional Philosophy and Religious Studies. It addresses the inner meaning of philosophy and religion through elucidations of metaphysical, cosmological, and soteriological principles, and through a penetration of the forms preserved in each religious tradition. It is available online and in print format from La Trobe University.
Archetype is dedicated to publishing books and media that convey the beauty, spirituality and vitality of the world's wisdom traditions.
The Matheson Trust promotes the study of comparative religion by supporting the publication and dissemination of scholarly works which elucidate the philosophical, metaphysical, cosmological and aesthetic dimensions of the great religious traditions of the world.