April 03, 2008

Cosmology: Mysticism, the Evolution of Consciousness, and Freedom

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Tradition and the Rhetoric of Right: Popular Political Argument in the Aurobindo Movement
by David J. Lorenzo. 346 pgs.
Read the complete book Tradition and the Rhetoric of Right: Popular Political Argument in the Aurobindo Movement by becoming a questia.com member. publication details Contributors: David J. Lorenzo Publisher: Fairleigh Dickinson University Press Place of Publication: Madison, NJ Publication Year: 1999 Subjects: Sri Aurobindo Ashram

Table of contents
Contents
Acknowledgments 9
1. Tradition, Rhetoric, and the Aurobindo Movement 13
2. The Rhetoric of Right as Interpretation, Tradition, and Symbolic Capital 24
3. Texts in Context 44
4. Cosmology: Mysticism, the Evolution of Consciousness, and Freedom 103
5. The Description and Authority of Founders and Heroes: Aurobindo and the Mother as Mosaic Mediators 150
6. History: The Path to the Promised Land 195
7. Conflict in the Promised Land: "The Great Auroville Revolution" in the Rhetoric of Right 236
8. Summary and Applications 289
Bibliography 309
Notes 317
Index 338

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