Product Description Review "A remarkable autobiographical window into Smith's soul." - Library Journal "[An] engaging collection of interviews that cover Smith's rich career of inuiry into religion and the nature of consciousness." - Ions Review "Ralph Waldo Emerson once said that he would gladly walk 100 miles through a snowstorm for one good conversation. Fortunately readers don't have to trudge through a blizzard or even leave their armchairs to listen in on these 22 fascinating conversations." - Publishers Weekly" About the Author Huston Smith Professor Emeritus of Philosophy Syracuse University is considered the country's preeminent public scholar of world religions. The author of The Religions of Man (1958 republished as The World's Religions in 1991) and Why Religion Matters (2001) Smith has influenced multiple generations of readers artists scholars and students. He has been profiled in a PBS series by Bill Moyers and appears frequently on national TV and radio. Phil Cousineau is the author and editor of numerous books including most recently Once and Future Myths: The Power of Ancient Stories in Modern Times (2001) The Art of Pilgrimage: The Seeker's Guide to Making Travel Sacred (1998) and Soul Moments: Marvelous Stories of Synchronicity (1997).
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