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Friday, March 19, 2010

Schelling and Sri Aurobindo understand the Gita as a profound nondual vision

spiritual conceptions of life-Sri Aurobindo, Teilhard de Chardin and Ken … M Leicht - 2008 -
... To remember, by German idealism we understand the philosophies of Fichte, Schelling, Hegel and Schopenhauer. ... In Sri Aurobindo's philosophy, and in the ap- proach of all spiritual philosophies of the evolution of conscious life, it is the consciousness that is prior and the form ... Related articles - All 2 versions
... To remember, by German idealism we understand the philosophies of Fichte, Schelling, Hegel and Schopenhauer. Hindu idealism is the basis of most religions of
India and the far east. ... judge the mind (Wikipedia, 'Hindu idealism'). In Sri Aurobindo's philosophy, and in the ap- ... Related articles
Books, 11) 46, pp. xiv+ 454, $5.50. I. Hrusovhky, Francis Bacon a rozhvet anglickej … M Black, A Fischer, PM Schuhl, P Paris, J Feibleruan, T … - Mind - Mind Assoc
... There is no controversy lien- : one has only to say shortly what Schopenhauer said lengthily, with a minimum of clarification and criticism ; but with Nietzsche there is much more to be done than this. ... 
Sri Aurobindo Circle, Third Number, Bombay," Sri-Aurobindo Circle, 1947, pp. ...
Sri Aurobindo's Views on Important Life Problems: Sri Aurobindo's Views … K Gandhi - 2007 -
... In two of the series some of the answers are taken from two unpublished letters of Sri Aurobindo to his disciples. KG VI Page 8. CONTENTS Page Foreword .. ... 19 Page 27. IV LOVE AND SEX; Schopenhauer, the great German philo- sopher, considers love to be an illusion. ...  All 2 versions
Ethical Skepticism in the Philosophy of Sri Aurobindo S Phillips - Indian Ethics: Classical traditions and contemporary …, 2004 -
Page 427. Chapter 20 Ethical Skepticism in the Philosophy of Sri Aurobindo Stephen Phillips [Aurobindinos Philosophy of Brahman]
A revolutionary's other calling Sri Aurobindo Ghose (1872-1950), a yogin and spiritual teacher as well as a nationalist politician of prominence, wrote widely. ... A critical appreciation of austerity in ancient Indian literature Y Veer - 2003 - Eastern Book Linkers
The Indian Influence in American Philosophy: Emerson to Moore D Riepe - Philosophy East and West, 1967 -
Hocking's in- terest in Indian philosophy was greatly stimulated by the meetings he had with Swami Vivekananda, who was to found the first Vedanta Society in the
United States in 1894, basing it upon the teachings of Sri Ramakrishna ... DALE RIEPE losophers, Schopenhauer. ...  Cited by 5 - Related articles - All 2 versions Eastern and western philosophy: an introduction VNK Reddy - 1980 - Bharatiya Vidya Prakashan Cited by 2 - Related articles
On spirituality and teaching [PDF] IL Götz - Philosophy of Education, 1997 -
... Friedrich Nietzsche, Schopenhauer as Educator (Chicago: Regnery, 1965), 97. ... See Sri Aurobindo and the Mother on Education (Pondicherry: Sri Aurobindo Ashram, 1973); Norman C. Dowsett and Sita Ram Jayaswal, eds., The True Teacher (Pondicherry: Sri Aurobindo Society ... Cited by 8 - Related articles - View as HTML
Avatara: The Humanization of Philosophy Through the Bhagavad Gita AT De Nicolás - 2003 -
German intellectuals, Schlegel, Deussen, the New Edition Schopenhauer; the English, Max Mueller, of course a trans- o vatara planted German, Aldous Huxley; the French Remain ... In some cases the perspective is not the Gita but what Gandhi or Sri Aurobindo thought of the Gita ...  Cited by 9 - Related articles - All 2 versions Sarvodaya ideology & Acharya Vinoba Bhave VNK Reddy - 1963 - Andhra Pradesh Sarvodaya Mandal Cited by 1 - Related articles - All 2 versions
The Contributions of India: The Seer-Scientists and the Renaissance in India. VV Merchant - International Journal of Humanities and Peace, 2002 -
quadratic equations, grammar, phonetics, as well as in philosophy she inspired Boccacio, Goethe, Schopenhauer and Emerson.". ... CE) and the great masters like Swami Vivekananda, Paramhansa Yogananda, Ramakrishrna Paramhansa, Sri Aurobindo, Rabindranath Tagore ...  Cited by 1 - Related articles
Of syntheses and surprises: Toward a critical integral theory [PDF] DG Anderson - … and Transcultural Journal For New Thought, …, 2006 -
still possible, say, for Spinoza and Leibnitz, and also, more complicatedly but nonetheless unmistakably, for Hegel or Schopenhauer, has been ... Peter Heeh's (2003) Sri Aurobindo: A Brief Biography gives a detailed analysis of this early period of Aurobindo's life, as well as  a ... Cited by 5 - Related articles - View as HTML - All 3 versions
Sri Aurobindo (1971) claimed we are economic barbarians, where barbarism is defined by identification with vital or life factors and the physical body - all those so ... At the end of it I said that when I got back to Canada I was going to study Schopenhauer, Kant and Nietzsche  and ...  Related articles - View as HTML
Cambridge and Shakespeare J Freeman - The Cambridge Quarterly - Oxford Univ Press
complement to it and sometimes simultaneous (these passages come from the writings of the Indian political and spiritual leader, Sri Aurobindo, who also ... In one section of this there is a thoroughly attractive exposition of some of the thought of Schopenhauer and Nietzsche.
of neo-vedantic and national ideologists such as s. radhakrishnan, ramakrishna, Bankimchandra chatterji, Vivekananda, Sri Aurobindo, and mahatma ... or idealistic imagination of indian 'spiritual' philosophies, as proposed by Anquetil-Duperron, Arthur schopenhauer, and others ... View as HTML The Upaniads, a socio-religious appraisal J Thachil - 1993 - Intercultural Publications Related articles
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of the nationalist orientalist Sri Aurobindo, showing how his approach took form in the matrix of colonial ... 3 Nationalist 1850-1947 (and Nivedita, Aggressive Hinduism after) (1905); Aurobindo, A Defence of Indian Culture ... Writers like Goethe and Schopenhauer were influenced by ... Cited by 7 - Related articles - BL Direct - All 8 versions
A Companion to the Philosophers S Hannabuss - Reference Reviews, 2002 -
Coverage is from Gandapada to Radhakrishnan, Mahayana Buddhism in the work of Nagarjuna, Jainism in Mahavira, yoga in Sri Aurobindo, and Vendantist castelessness in Swami Vivekananda. ... Thorough critiques of Wittgenstein, Kant, and Schopenhauer stand out. ...
Reflections ON Musical Composition [PDF] S Approach -
Eastern thinkers and spiritual figures towards musical creation is presented, namely those of Indians Sri Aurobindo (1872-1950) and Sri Chinmoy (1931-2007, this latter being also an active composer and performer). Here the main differences between the ... Related articles - All 3 versions Shades of Orientalism1 P HEEHS - Colonialism, modernity, and religious …, 2008 - Oxford University Press,
The Conspiracy of Life: Meditations on Schelling and His Time M Schwartz - Continental Philosophy Review, 2005 - Springer
commentaries on the poem by the great 20th century Indian philosopher-sage Sri Aurobindo. Both Schelling and Aurobindo understand the Gita as advancing a profound nondual vision: that ... of Tragedy he recalls in an affirming tone that: “Indeed, Schopenhauer actually states ... Cited by 1 - Related articles - BL Direct
Aesthetics East and West HE McCarthy - Philosophy East and West, 1953 -
related aesthetic view from another great Indian thinker, Sri Aurobindo, one will again be disappointed. ... Thus, the aesthetic enjoyment of art and poetry is to be understood, for Sri Aurobindo, as an imprecise "image or reflection of the pure delight which ... Cited by 1 - Related articles
Life in the Upanishads  S Sharma - 1985 -
English translation by Sri Aurobindo along with Bengali and Marathi translations are among the more notables. ... Among the notable commentaries mention might be made of the commentaries of Sri Aurobindo and Vinoba Bhave. ... Cited by 3 - Related articles - All 2 versions
In the West, only those few Vedanta-influenced philosophers, Schopenhauer and Wittgenstein follow Mukerji this far. ... dimension of transcendental subjectivity and its role in self-knowledge, consistent with, and possibly influenced by, the lila-vada of Sri Aurobindo, is a uniquely ... Related articles - View as HTML - All 3 versions
Philosophy as Distinct from Religion in India  CA Moore - Philosophy East and West, 1961 -
Page 1. CHARLES A. MOORE Philosophy as Distinct from Religion in India I. THE PROBLEM THIS IS AN analysis of the relationship between philosophy and religion in India and a critical examination of the widespread view that ... Cited by 2 - Related articles

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