November 26, 2012

Sri Aurobindo expounds an integral religion

The philosophy of Sri Aurobindo - Page 185 - Ram Nath Sharma - 1963 - INTEGRAL RELIGION In consistency with his theory of spiritual evolution, Sri Aurobindo expounds an integral religion. Such a religion finds place for every kind of religion in the hierarchy of spiritual development. Each religion has helped in ...

100 Years of Sri Aurobindo on Evolution sciy.org 6 Jan 2010 – Dr. R's universalistic claim that this is incoherent is part of what Sri Aurobindo calls “The Denial of the Materialist” in the LD and no one (least of all Sri Aurobindo) is interested in proving a point to him. Life, Mind, Overmind ...

On the edge of the future: Esalen and the evolution of American ... - Page 111 - Jeffrey John KripalGlenn W. Shuck - 2005 - Preview - This would be going entirely too far, for even when he employs a term such as "evolution," Aurobindo is clearly not using it the way most western thinkers would (with the important exceptions of thinkers such as Teilhard de Chardin or Henri ...

Selected Doctrines from Indian Philosophy - Page 86 - Vetury Ramakrishna Rao - 1987 - Preview In the matter of primary evolution, Aurobindo's views are similar to those found in Taittiriya Upanisad and Alexander's emergent evolution : the emergence of life and mind from matter. He sees the biological evolution as the development of 86 ...

History of philosophy: eastern and western - Volume 1 - Page 544 Sarvepalli Radhakrishnan - 1952 - Iqbal's great contemporary mystic and thinker Sri Aurobindo has transformed the entire Hindu spiritual heritage into a doctrine of dynamic spiritual evolution. Aurobindo takes in his sweep nineteenth-century materialism and twentieth-century ...

Sri Aurobindo and the future of mankind - Page 43 - Adhar Chandra Das - 1934 - So evolution, as Swami Vivekananda points out, "is a complete circle." But it does not mean that the Supreme is in time. It is ever in itself, in its progressive manifestation in the world evolution. Aurobindo, therefore, is needlessly afraid of a ...

Sri Aurobindo and Bergson: a synthetic study - Page 156 Abhoy Chandra Bhattacharya - 1972 - The process of integration, as we have said, is a unique Integrational contribution of Sri Aurobindo in his Evolution theory of evolution. Sri Aurobindo thinks that evolution can successfully proceed only when it is not an isolated and a ...

Sri Aurobindo: the prophet of life divine - Page 1 Haridas Chaudhuri - 1973 - The vision had come to him of the inevitable dawn of a new era of peace, harmony and progress as the crowning fulfilment of our human evolution. Sri Aurobindo is regarded as an avatara who came to fulfil the divine purpose in the world by ...

Gandhi's significance for today - Page 149 - John HickLamont C. Hempel - 1989 - Bergson spoke of the role of prophecy in his own peculiar manner as a central factor in his philosophy of creative evolution. Aurobindo developed his integral Yoga, leaning on ancient Samkhya and Yoga ideas of development, as well as ...

History and beyond - Page 66 - A. Mathias Mundadan - 1997 - Various terms are used by some of the major modern thinkers: Ramarajya, the all-inclusive social order (Gandhi); Lokasangraha, the holding together of the race in its cyclic evolution (Aurobindo), the Brahmaloka, the kingdom of God ...

Power, money and sex: towards a new social balance - Page 140 - James Robertson - 1976 - He pointed out that Aurobindo, the Hindu, unlike Teilhard, the Christian, had been politically active, and that Aurobindo was more directly interested than Teilhard in the processes of political and social evolution. Aurobindo had been attracted ...

In defence of religion and other essays - Page 22 - Karan Singh (Sadr-i-Riyasat of Jammu and Kashmir) - 1978 - ... of truth consciousness where intuition and direct cognition will take the place of the present imperfect reasoning intellect. In this vast orchestra of evolution, Aurobindo rejected the concept of individual salvation as also of mass salvation. If I understand him correctly, it was the transmutation of our terrestrial consciousness itself, the creation, as he puts it, of a new ... Towards a new India - Page 51 - Karan Singh (Sadr-i-Riyasat of Jammu and Kashmir) - 1974

Indian philosophical annual - Volume 8 - Page 160 - University of Madras. Centre of Advanced Study in Philosophy - 1976 - But this is merely the evolution of nature including the human body and is not on the line of Aurobindo's evolution. Aurobindo's system comes close to the Abhasavada or manifestation of the Anuttara of the Trika system of Kashmir. But even ...

The philosophy of man-making: a study in social and political ... - Page 338 - Santi Lal MukherjiŚāntilāla Mukhopādhyāa - 1971 - Be whatever it may, Aurobindo remained very much philosophical in his social and political outlook and came to furnish nationalism and kindred ideas with the much needed philosophical base, and in these Vivekananda's influence can be ...

Contemporary relevance of Sri Aurobindo - Page 81 Kishor Gandhi - 1973 - The new phase in evolution, Sri Aurobindo heralded, was to be one which denied nothing, which assimilated every energy within the make-up of man to his higher development. Vivekananda had insisted on the need to integrate Bhakti, ...

Mainstream - Volume 31, Issues 5-29 - Page 9 1992 - On the contrary, Aurobindo argued out a case in favour of collectivity, progress and perfection on the one hand and existence of the supra- rational awareness or consciousness on the other. An excellent exposition of the philosophies of two ...

The yogi and the mystic: a study in the spirituality of Sri ... - Page 202 Jan Feys - 1977 - Dialogue, however, presupposes persons as counterparts. In the Essays, on thecontrary, Sri Aurobindo never addresses any theistic God, nor his Purushottama, and least of all Sri Krishna. The prayer form, which climaxes the chief moments of ...

The meeting of the East and the West in Sri Aurobindo's philosophy - Page 79S.K. Maitra - 1956 - Be that as it may, Sri Aurobindo sees vast differences between one intuition and another. I must make my meaning clear. I am not thinking merely of that to which Sri Aurobindo has given the specific designation intuition, but I am thinking of the ... Studies in Sri Aurobindo's philosophy - Page 11 - 1945

Neo-Hindu views of Christianity - Page 195 - Arvind Sharma - 1988 - Preview - Be that as it may, Sri Aurobindo has given, at least from the Vedantic point of view, illuminating comments on two of Christ's profound sayings. He describes Christ as a great thinker who had caught, "apparently by his unaided power, though...

Indian horizons - Volume 41 - Page 25 - Indian Council for Cultural Relations - 1992 - Be that as it may, Sri Aurobindo has written that Shelley comes the nearest of all the English poets to the inspiration from the universal spirit he calls 'supermind', the high source whence the mantra is said to arise. WE need not share Sri ... India International Centre quarterly - Volume 20 - Page 40 - India International Centre - 1993 - Perceiving India, insight and inquiry - Page 40 - Geeti Sen – 1993

The Congress and Indian nationalism: historical perspectives - Page 67 - John L. Hill - 1991 - ... or editorials - though he was more than proficient in such techniques. As early as 1902, if not sooner, Aurobindo was active in developing a growing network of underground, secret terrorist cells both in Nagpur in Maharashtra and in Bengal.

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