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Paragon House is an independent publisher of quality scholarly books and serious non-fiction. Over 300 titles are currently available in the humanities, theology, philosophy, and the social sciences.

Paragon House was organized in 1982 as an outgrowth of products generated by the projects supported by the International Cultural Foundation. Professors World Peace Academy and the International Conference on the Unity of the Sciences publish their scholarly books as imprints of Paragon House. All of these organizations are supported by the Rev. Sun Myung Moon.




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