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Elemire Zolla
Elemire Zolla, born in Turin, Italy in 1926, teaches American literature at Rome University "La Sapienza". He was the long time director and editor of Conoscensa Religiosa, a leading Italian journal in religious studies which is published in Florence. He was previously the Director of the Institute of Foreign Languages and Literature at the University of Genoa, where he held the Chair of American Literature and Germanic Philology.

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Elémire Zolla’s article examines in detail the art of breathing in the West, both as a spiritual practice and as a meditation tool. He investigates the historical legacy and prominent figures of this tradition, as well as the controversies and evolution. He takes time as well to compare the Western use of breathing with the more advanced and well-known Eastern tradition of yoga.
The Art of Breathing in the WestZolla, Elemire Vol. 2, No. 3. ( Summer, 1968) Christianity
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