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Thursday, June 17, 2010

Sri Aurobindo is critical of a world state and favours a world union

Philosophy of Education - Page 172 M. L. Dhawan - 2005 - 288 pages
All this should be done informally, drawing on the curiosity and interest, avoiding set teaching and memorising of rules. Sri Aurobindo is critical of the practice of teaching by snippets which is in practice in the existing system of 
education. Teaching by snippets, says Aurobindo, must be relegated to the lumber-room of dead sorrows. ... Philosophical & Socio. - Page 106, M.h. siddiqui  
Encyclopaedia of Eminent Thinkers: The political thought of Aurobindo - Page 43, K. S. Bharathi - 1998 - 111 pages
Aurobindo is critical of modern institutional devices like socialism and democracy to solve the problems of society and politics. He does acknowledge that both democracy and socialism are products of the self-conscious evolution of ...
The Political Philosophy of Sri Aurobindo - Page 119, V. P. Varma - 1990 - 494 pages
On the other hand, although Aurobindo is critical of the dearth of spirituality in Europe, he thinks that Christianity was a link in the transmission of some basic spiritual ideas like fraternity and humani- tarianism from Indian ...
Political ideas of Dr. Ram Manohar Lohia, Chandradeo Prasad - 1989 - 275 pages
Lohia, Ram Manohar. Marx, Gandhi and Socialism,
Hyderabad, Nava Hind Publications, 1963, p. 223. 11. Aurobindo, Sri, Man— Slave or Free?, Pondicherry, Sri Aurobindo Aurobindo is critical ...
Modern studies and other essays: in honour of Dr. R.K. Sinha Rāmacandra Prasāda - 1987 - 304 pages
With Valmiki, Kalidasa, Vyasa, Shakespeare, Dante, the style becomes intense and illuminating. Aurobindo is critical of even
Milton's grand style because he finds that it is essentially intensification of the rhetorical mental. It lacks insight and imagery; its reverberations are strained. It is interesting to note tha; ... Critical approaches to literature & research methodology: a miscellany Rawindara Sighā Rawī - 1986 - 344 pages
Emerging trends in Indian sociology,
Ishwar Modi - 1986
Sri Aurobindo is critical of conservative reason and rationality which always tend to confuse the law of the future with the law of the past and present as if the future is merely an exten* sion or the repitition of the past or present. ...
Sri Aurobindo and Jung: a comparative study in Yoga and depth ..., Satya Prakash Singh - 1986 - 239 pages
Sri Aurobindo is critical of the use of the word "psychic" in a loose sense He refers to the common use of the word in the sense of certain abnormal or supernormal phenomena related to the inner mental, inner vital and subtle physical...
The Visva-Bharati journal of philosophy Visva-Bharati. Centre of Advanced Studies in ... - 1985
Though the feeling of nationality is closely linked up with some sort of patriotic feeling and in that way it has some apparent affinity with the political notion of state, Sri Aurobindo is critical about the political analysis of the concept of nationality. To him, nationality is distinctly rooted on some sort of extra-political formulations. ......
Sri Aurobindo's integral approach to political thought, Shiva Kumar Mital - 1981 - 268 pages
Sri Aurobindo is critical of a world state and favours a world union. There are three possible institutional means to effectuate the scheme of the unity of makind. There can be a centralized unitarian world state but Sri Aurobindo rejects this ...
The political philosophy of Sri Aurobindo Vishwanath Prasad Varma - 1976 - 494 pages
The political philosophy of Sri Aurobindo, Vishwanath Prasad Varma - 1960 - 471 pages
Aurobindo is critical of the hesitating and vacillating character of social democracy which at times led to the rise of totalitarianism and dictatorship in several countries. Social democracy failed to make the decisive choice between ...
Journal of religious studies Punjabi University. Dept. of Religious Studies - 1979
For Aurobindo is critical of the Christian tradition, and scarcely mentions Christ Himself. It would be easy to multiply his criticisms of the Christian tradition, and his misrepresentation of it. Let us be satisfied with examining his ...
The integral philosophy of Sri Aurobindo: a commemorative symposium, Haridas Chaudhuri, Frederic Spiegelberg - 1960 - 350 pages
In detail, Sri Aurobindo is critical of the West's exaggerated emphasis upon life; its 'value of life' as opposed to 'truth of spirit'; its 'intellectual, rationalistic, . . . anti- religious' point of view; 3 its excessive or ...
The Journal of the Bihar Research Society 1956
Being a mystic, Aurobindo is critical of the 'bottomless aggressive ignorance' and 'the petty self-confident knowledge of the mind.' He thinks it possible that with another construction of the mind and the senses a different account of ...

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