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Friday, June 08, 2012

The dream of a visionary or the ravings of a lunatic

  1. Aurobindo's philosophy of Brahman - Page 120 - Stephen H. Phillips - 1986 - 200 pages - Preview As indicated, this is not to say that a mystic experience could not count as evidence at all for the existence of Brahman as conceived by Aurobindo. As was mentioned, just as in the case of a rope-snake sub- lation where the sublating ...
  2. Sri Aurobindo Ghose - Page 420 - Verinder Grover - 1993 - 606 pages - Preview As the purpose of my paper is to analyse the role of the nationalist-revolutionaries led by Aurobindo, 1 would only incidentally refer to the Marxists just to place Aurobindo in proper perspectives of the non-proletarian anti- colonial ...
  3. The Lives of Sri Aurobindo - Page 211 - Peter Heehs - 2008 - 496 pages - Preview The primary aim, political independence, was announced by Aurobindo in the columns of Bande Mataram. Derided at the time as the dream of a visionary or the ravings of a lunatic, it was adopted as the goal ofthe Congress in ...
  4. The Political Philosophy of Sri Aurobindo - Page 412 - V. P. Varma - 1990 - 494 pages - Preview would be the economic ethics of the spiritualized society- contemplated by Aurobindo. (d) Reflections on Aurobindo's Political Idealism For the realization of the sociological, political and economic programmes of the spiritualized ...
  5. Sri Aurobindo Ghosh and Bal Gangadhar Tilak: the spirit of freedom - Page 128 - Suneera Kapoor - 1991 - 142 pages - Preview The concept of spiritual freedom, as developed by Aurobindo and Tilak, with its insistence on control of desires and realisation of same soul in all, may still provide a way out of the crisis which is being faced by ...
  6. Sri Aurobindo - Page 11 - Purnima Majumdar - 2005 - 128 pages - Preview The facts mentioned in this letter are testified by the following letter written by Aurobindo's brother, Manmohan, to his friend, Lawrence Benaut, in July 1887: "Nowadays, my condition is rather peculiar.
  7. Political thinkers of modern India - Page 95 - Adi Hormusji Doctor - 1997 - 141 pages - Preview Firstly, the concept of Sachidananda, or Supreme Reality, or, Brahma Brahma is explained by Aurobindo in mystical terms as the idea behind humanity, that which directs the world of matter from behind matter.
  8. Knowledge, Consciousness and Religious Conversion in Lonergan and ... - Page 163 - Michael T. McLaughlin - 2003 - 318 pages - Preview ... outside of awareness, recall it, project it, allow it even to sleep, ie matter understood by Aurobindo as the dormancy of Brahman consciousness. We have here a kind of intentional consciousness of Brahman capable of imaging or ...
  9. Life and Times of Netaji Subhas: Yogi Sri Aurobindo's "terrorism", ... - Page 154 - Adwaita P. Ganguly - 2003 - 224 pages - Preview This society was contacted and joined by Aurobindo somewhere in 1902-3, sometime after he had already started secret revolutionary work in Bengal on his own account. In Bengal he found some very small secret societies recently started...
  10. Encyclopaedia of Eminent Thinkers: The political thought of Aurobindo - Page 71 - K. S. Bharathi - 1998 - 111 pages - Preview The supreme emphasis laid by Aurobindo on the moral governance of life and society reveal his personality as a sage and prophet. He has stressed the transcendence of instinctive vitalism and sensationalistic hedonism by an ethical ...

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