December 12, 2006

Sri Aurobindo’s use of Plato’s aesthetic in Savitri

INTEGRAL REVIEW 3, 2006 Anderson: Of Syntheses and Surprises
Daniel Gustav Anderson teaches English literature at the University of Idaho. His research interests include critical theory, performance theory, Integral theory, and cultural studies. He is currently researching the history of ideology, rhetorics of transformation, and Buddhist practice in North America. References
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Outside the gestalt of Integral studies, D.P. Chattopodhyaya, arguably the most prominent professional philosopher living in India, has spent much of his career explicating Aurobindo’s social thought. Unfortuantely, much of his work is not easily accessible to non-specialists outside South Asia.

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