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Philip Sherrard

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'''Philip Sherrard''' (September 23, 1922 — May 30, 1995) was a British author, translator, and philosopher. His work includes important translations of Modern Greek poets, and books on Modern Greek literature and culture, metaphysics, theology, art and aesthetics. A pioneer of Modern Greek studies in England, he was influential in making major Greeks|Greek poets of the nineteenth and twentieth centuries known in the English-speaking world. He was also a prolific writer on theological and philosophical themes, addressing the origins of the social and spiritual crisis he believed was occurring in the developed world, and specifically exploring modern attitudes towards the environmen from a Christian perspective.
*''Selected Poems 1940-1979'' (Anvil Press Poetry, 2005) ISBN 978-0856463556
*''Science and the Myth of Progress'' [contributed article] (World Wisdom, 2004) ISBN 978-0941532471
*''Not of This World: A Treasury of Christian Mysticism'' [contribtued article] ([[World Wisdom]], 2003) ISBN 978-0941532419
*''Human Image World Image: The Death And Resurrection of Sacred Cosmology'' ISBN 978-9607120175
*''The Philokalia, Volume 4'' (Faber & Faber, 1999) ISBN 978-0571193820

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