The Philosophical Library

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The Philosophical Library (Philosophical and Religious Free Library[1]) is a non-profit organization run entirely by volunteers and founded in 1963. It administers extensive lending privileges in a wide array of books in the fields of philosophy, religion, metaphysics and spiritual practices. It presents itself as a "place of fellowship and spiritual growth as well as a research and study center." The Philosophical Library's mission statement: "Our mission at The Philosophical Library is to create a Conscious Community by providing unique resources for those seeking meaning through diverse paths of Wisdom."

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  1. ^ Pat Sherman (2005)

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  • Pat Sherman (2005). Philosophical library hosts unity discussion group in Escondido, San Diego UNION-TRIBUNE, September 9, 2005. Source: [1]
  • Lorell Fleming (2007). Philosophical Library reopens for public, North County Times, Sunday, March 25, 2007. Source: [2]
  • Angela Holman (2007). Sewing bees fight plastic bags, raise funds for library, San Diego UNION-TRIBUNE, August 22, 2007. Source: [3]
  • Darcy Leigh Richardson (2007). Philosophical Library feels renewed in its new home, San Diego UNION-TRIBUNE, March 24, 2007. Source: [4]
  • Vision Magazine (2007). Philosophical Library and Bookstore, Vision Magazine, April 2007. Source: [5]

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