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Monday, June 14, 2010

Sri Aurobindo opposes the doctrine of disinterested action expounded by Gandhi

Neoplatonism and Indian philosophy - Page 42 Paulos Gregorios, International Society for ... - 2002 - 275 pages
Sri Aurobindo opposes the dichotomous Samkhya construal of Purusa and Prakrti. I, as purusa, am in communion with all other ...

Religion and caste politics, Shyam S. Agarwalla - 1998 - 308 pages
It is also the reason why Aurobindo opposed the Morley- Minto Reforms. The denial of responsible government was what disappointed intelligent political opinion in the Hindu community and the provision of separate electorates for Muslims ...
Facets of Mahatma Gandhi : Non-Violence and SatyagrahaGandhi Peace Foundation (New Delhi, India) - 1994
Like Gandhi and Aurobindo, Mill also emphasized that the role of the state should be limited and it should not unnecessarily interfere in the individual's life. Mill, like Aurobindo, opposed the state education and considered it as an attempt by the state to bias the thinking and life of the people. Thus Mill argues: "A general State education is a mere contrivance for moulding people to be ...
Martin Heidegger: critical assessments - Page 8, Christopher E. Macann - 1992 - 1603 pages
To the Heideggerian task of overcoming the dichotomy of 'realism' and 'idealism', a dichotomy intrinsic to the Western tradition, Aurobindo opposes a more comprehensive task, the task of overcoming the dichotomy of spiritualism (the ... [The radical thinkers: Heidegger and Sri Aurobindo 
Rhoda Priscella Le Cocq]
Sri Aurobindo Ghosh and Bal Gangadhar Tilak: the spirit of freedom, Suneera Kapoor - 1991 - 142 pages
Aurobindo opposes the law which acts as a check on freedom. Thus he says. "Better anarchy than the long continuance of a law which is not our own or which our real nature cannot assimilate."64 True law, according to him, must develop ...

The partition of the Punjab, 1849-1947 Prem Vati Ghai - 1986 - 192 pages
Aurobindo Ghosh should come home to liberate the Mother and through her to liberate the world. It may be added that in this very year Tilak started the Ganpati festival. Sri Aurobindo opposed the policy of protest, ...
20th century Indian interpretations of Bhagavadgita: Tilak, ..., P. M. Thomas - 1987 - 204 pages
It follows as a natural corollary to the above argument that Aurobindo opposes the doctrine of disinterested action, expounded by Gandhi. He says, "...it is a mistake to interpret the ... [The Jewish tradition and the Bhagavadgita 
Harold Kasimow]
The yogi and the mystic: a study in the spirituality of Sri ..., Jan Feys - 1977 - 371 pages
To the Sankhya dualism of spirit versus matter Sri Aurobindo opposes the Gita's view for which both are "two aspects, two powers of one self- existent b;ing" (EG p. 307). But speculation translates experience. ...
The basic experience Sri Aurobindo opposes to this dichotomy is that of a consciousness knowing itself to be rooted in the soil of matter. Classical Sankhya then must be corrected on the ...
Collected works of Nolini Kanta Gupta Nolini Kanta Gupta - 1974
Sri Aurobindo opposed that mighty onrush with his will and divine strength. He broke the hostile downward- speeding force by taking it into himself, even like god Shiva who swallowed poison and harboured it in his throat to release ...
The philosophy of evolution in Sri Aurobindo and Teilhard de Chardin, Jan Feys - 1973 - 276 pages
Now, Aurobindo opposes his view to that of theism, which he criticises. For, the separation and concomitant dependence of man with regard to God is nothing but the fruit of separative consciousness. "The individual regards himself as a ...
Educational and philosophic thoughts, Kewal Krishan Verma - 1969 - 291 pages
Sri Aurobindo opposes the formal class-room teaching of every subject. By training the faculties of observation, comparison and judging things, the children can be trusted to learn much about what they see, the pre-requisite is that ... 
Vision and voices: a study of a few educational concepts and ..., Kewal Krishan Verma - 1968 - 291 pages
Mother India: monthly review of culture Sri Aurobindo Ashram - 1974
Generally the word "will" is reserved for indicating what comes from the deeper being or the higher reality and what expresses in action the true knowledge which Sri Aurobindo opposes to knowings. So, when this will which expresses the ...
Mother India: monthly review of culture Sri Aurobindo Ashram - 1974
(Sri Aurobindo, Thoughts and Glimpses) This is about the mental being in man, that is, his mental activities; and Sri Aurobindo opposes knowings to Knowledge. Actually it is I who should ask you if you know what Sri Aurobindo means by ...
Questions and answers, 1956

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