July 25, 2014

The Mother & Sri Aurobindo on ordinary life

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Helen Longino:
http://news.stanford.edu/news/2014/july/aggression-philosopher-longino-072514.html

Thanks, Anand. I could not agree more: yes, we need philosophy, science, and religion to provide a full account of this phenomenon we call human existence and/or experience. But surely you don’t mean to suggest that the picture we get from each has equal standing when it comes to making truth claims. Nor, I hope, do you take these classical philosophical traditions (Western, Indian, Chinese, etc.) to be offering a complete and unrevisable picture of the phenomenon.

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