The quantization of physical systems moving on group and symmetric spaces has been an area of active research over the past three decades. This book shows that it is possible to introduce a representation-independent propagator for a real, separable, connected and simply connected Lie group with irreducible, square-integrable representations. For a given set of kinematical variables this propagator is a single generalized function independent of any particular choice of fiducial vector and the irreducible representations of the Lie group generated by these kinematical variables, which nonetheless correctly propagates each element of a continuous representation based on the coherent states associated with these kinematical variables. Furthermore, the book shows that it is possible to construct regularized lattice phase space path integrals for a real, separable, connected and simply connected Lie group with irreducible, square-integrable representations, and although the configuration space is in general a multidimensional curved manifold, it is shown that the resulting lattice phase space path integral has the form of a lattice phase space path integral on a multidimensional flat manifold. Hence, a novel and extremely natural phase space path integral quantization is obtained for general physical systems whose kinematical variables are the generators of a connected and simply connected Lie group. This novel phase space path integral quantization is (a) exact, (b) more general than, and (c) free from the limitations of the previously considered path integral quantizations of free physical systems moving on group manifolds. To illustrate the general theory, a representation-independent propagator is explicitly constructed for SU(2) and the affine group. Contents:Mathematical PreludePhysical PreludeA Review of Some Means to Define Path Integrals on Group and Symmetric SpacesNotations and PreliminariesThe Representation Independent Propagator for a General Lie GroupClassical Limit of the Representation Independent PropagatorConclusion and OutlookContinuous Representation TheoryExact Lattice Calculations Readership: Physicists. Keywords:Global Analysis;Analysis on Manifolds [For Geometric Integration Theory];Spaces and Manifolds of Mappings;Quantum Mechanics (Feynman Path Integrals), Relativity, Fluid Dynamics;Quantum Theory;General Quantum Mechanics and Problems of Quantization;Path IntegralsReviews: “The author explains the theory clearly and the book is almost self-contained …” Contemporary Physics