In 1915, P.D.Ouspensky, one of the most prominent thinkers of the 20th century, met G.I.Gurdjieff, who revealed to him the system of ideas he had been searching for in his studies and travels. After establishing himself in England and later in the USA, he devoted his life to teaching the ideas now known as the Fourth Way.
The austere manner
in which he delivered lectures, in accordance with the times, won him
the reputation of a severe intellectual, but, as this book shows, he was
also a warm-hearted man with an extraordinary insight into people, as
well as history and science.
In this book Bob Hunter sets out to give a new perspective on Ouspensky to whom we owe a great debt of gratitude.
Bob Hunter (1934)
worked as a writer in his native Australia and also in England, where
he joined a Fourth Way Group.