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Sunday, July 04, 2010

Sri Aurobindo's metaphysics contains a sociological orientation

The political philosophy of Sri Aurobindo, Vishwanath Prasad Varma  1960, 1976, 1990 - 494 pages
Although Aurobindo is hailed as a sage, mystic and spiritual metaphysician he was not isolated from the world and its problems. Even his books on abstruse metaphysics contain a sociological orientation. He does not discuss merely the ...
Integral Education: thought & Practical - Page 6 Raghunath Pani - 1987 - 633 pages
... marks an epoch in Sri Aurobindo's life as much the life of the National Congress, for it was here that the Congress was split into two groups-the moderates and the nationalists and Aurobindo was hailed as the leader of the latter. At that time Surendra Nath Banerji presided over the meeting of the moderates and Sri ...
The Indian Scriptures and the Life Divine - Page 6 Binita Pani - 1993 - 367 pages
Awakened India Advaita Ashrama - 1975
... Aurobindo is 'hailed, at least in the contributors: only six out of a total of twenty- circle of his admirers, as an even greater philo- one are recognized to be women. But that is a sophic figure than Shankaracharya himself, in a manner surpassing even the most ...
Indian literature Sahitya Akademi - 1972
On his acquittal Sri Aurobindo was hailed by multitudes and the Indian Press as the ...
Main currents of social & political thought in modern India, Jyoti Prasad Suda - 1963
Sri Aurobindo was hailed by Romain Holland as 'the foremost of Indian thinkers, who has realized the most, complete synthesis between the genius of the West and of the East. Professor Spiegelberg of the
Stanford University refused to ...
Sri Aurobindo (Aurobindo Ghose) (1872-1950), Revolutionary-turned-mystic and philosopher, considered a saint by many. Suspected of responsibility for terrorist acts in Bengal, he was arrested (1908) and prosecuted by the British but later acquitted. While in prison, he underwent a spiritual experience. When released, he abandoned politics, renounced violence, and retired (1910) to the French possession of Pondicherry in southern India, where he studied Yoga, attracted a devoted group of disciples, and formed an ashram, or religious community, to further spiritual growth. 

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