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Sri Aurobindo in his Essays on Gita emphasized the rationalism of the four-fold order of society

The Exile as Writer: On Being an Indian Writer in English
R. Parthasarathy The Journal of Commonwealth Literature, 1 1989; vol. 24: pp. 1 - 11.
...in the 1830s. The tradition initiated by them is still in the making, in spite of the attempts of Toru Dutt (1856 - 77) and Aurobindo Ghose (1872 -1950) to indianize it. Not till the 1970s do we find an exceptional flowering of talent which has been actively...
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The politicization of the Ganaati festival
S.M. Michael Social Compass, 1 1986; vol. 33: pp. 185 - 197.
...and sti- mulated people to action in such a way that the British Government even thought of proscribing the Gita Rahashya. Aurobindo in his Essays on Gita emphasized the rationalism of the four-fold order of society and showed that it had relation at any...
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News and Notes
South Asia Research, 9 1984; vol. 4: pp. 168.
...Copley), early Brahmoism (V. Harvey-Samuel), Vivekgnanda (V. Bond and D. Killingley), and the interpretations of Aurobindo (Y. Williams), and Zaehner (M. McElvaney). Papers on any aspect of modern interpretation of the Sanskrit tradition (in a broad...
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Book reviews : ASHIS NANDY, The Intimate Enemy: Loss and Recovery of Self under Colonialism, Delhi, Oxford University Press, 1983, 141 pp., Rs 65
T.N. Madan Indian Economic & Social History Review, 6 1984; vol. 21: pp. 256 - 258.
...tried to present colonialism as a moral endeavour so that Western man could be seen as a legitimate conqueror. Though it is Aurobindo in whom Nandy sees Kipling's opposite, he is expectedly (Nandy himself says 'unwittingly,' which puzzles me) led by his analysis...
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Journey beyond Belief'
Roger Walsh Journal of Humanistic Psychology, 4 1984; vol. 24: pp. 30 - 65.
...Volume 3: Formulations of the person and the social context (pp. 184-256). New York: McGraw-Hill. Satprem. (1968). Sri Aurobindo or the adventure of consciousness. New York: Harper Row. Shapiro, D. (1980). Meditation: Self regulation strategy and...
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Meditation Practice and Research
Roger Walsh Journal of Humanistic Psychology, 1 1983; vol. 23: pp. 18 - 50.
...City, NY: Doubleday, 1978. Robinson, J. (Ed.). The Nag Hammadi Library. New York: Harper Row, 1977. Satprem. Sri Aurobindo or the adventure of consciousness. New York: Harper Row, 1968. Schumacher, E. F. A guide for the perplexed. New York...
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Malaysia and Singapore
Ooi Boo Eng The Journal of Commonwealth Literature, 1 1983; vol. 18: pp. 110 - 121.
...rare specimen of the species: a politician, a trade-unionist, who 'would rather see', he says, 'material well-being, as Sri Aurobindo sees it, not as an end in itself, but as the necessary physical base and material foun- dation for a moral and spiritual out-flowering...
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Book Reviews : DAVID HARDIMAN, Peasant Nationalists of Gujarat: Kheda District 1917-1934, Delhi, OUP, 1981, Pp. 309, Rs 110
Sumit Sarkar Indian Economic & Social History Review, 1 1982; vol. 19: pp. 216 - 223.
...no-revenue, after all, was suggested by Tnohanlal Pandya, an ex-revolutionary who had been initi.ated into nationalism by Aurobindo's Baroda group (pp. 62-63, 82-85, 89-93). Peasant initiative in 1930 can hardly be isolated from the sustained propaganda...
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Ritual change in the Hindu temples of Penang
Marian Aveling Contributions to Indian Sociology, 7 1978; vol. 12: pp. 173 - 193.
...the chicken-eating Periachi. Their work for the temple is motivated by community pride and by a 179 vague adherence to Sri Aurobindo-type philosophizing, which is quite un- related to Hinduism as it is practised under their own direction. Atten- dance at...
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The Functions of Hindu Social Reformers— With Special Reference to Kerala
Charles H. Heimsath Indian Economic & Social History Review, 1 1978; vol. 15: pp. 21 - 39.
...religious spirit had to accompany thorough transformations in belief and behaviour. In the twentieth century Bipin Chandra Pal, Aurobindo Ghose, Swami Vivekananda, Mahatma Gandhi, and their many followers held up spiritual revitalization as the root of India's...
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ACLALS, New Delhi, January 1977
Alastair Niven Journal of Commonwealth Literature, 1 1977; vol. 11: pp. 65 - 67.
...Singh has himself written verse in English. His elegant opening address culminated in a stylish delivery of a poem by Sri Aurobindo, reminding the delegates, as many papers were to do in the next few days, that Indian writing in English is not a new conception...
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Sara Jeannette Duncan's Anglo-Indian Novels
S. Nagarajan The Journal of Commonwealth Literature, 1 1977; vol. 12: pp. 33 - 45.
...best of the bureaucrats, very decent and altogether free from racialism. An Indian has been recently disqualified (rather as Aurobindo was) from the I.C.S. for failing the riding test. 'Are many Englishmen ever disqualified simi- larly ?' asks Joan Mills. Game...
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Redemption — The Starting-point of Christian Theology — I
Frances M. Young Expository Times, 1 1977; vol. 88: pp. 360 - 364.
...politician of his time, nor the greatest saint in a land that has produced many. He was the contemporary of such giants as Sri Aurobindo, Swami Vivekananda, Ramana Maharshi, Paramhansa Yogananda, Annie Besant and Rabindranath Tagore. What is it then about Gandhi...
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The Gandhian Heritage
Debjani Chatterjee Expository Times, 1 1977; vol. 88: pp. 364 - 368.
...politician of his time, nor the greatest saint in a land that has produced many. He was the contemporary of such giants as Sri Aurobindo, Swami Vivekananda, Ramana Maharshi, Paramhansa Yogananda, Annie Besant and Rabindranath Tagore. What is it then about Gandhi...
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Book Reviews : M.N. SRINIVAS, The Remembered Village, Delhi, Oxford University Press, 1976. Pp. xiv+356, Rs 60
Dharma Kumar Indian Economic & Social History Review, 1 1977; vol. 14: pp. 571 - 572.
...a number of important references missing. DHARMA KUMAR WILLIAM CENKER, The Hindu Personality in Education: Tagore, Gandhi, Aurobindo, Manohar, 1976, Pp. 230, Rs 50. It is not surprising that, once the initial admiration for everything European had worn off...
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Malaysia and Singapore
Ooi Boo Eng The Journal of Commonwealth Literature, 1 1976; vol. 11: pp. 94 - 99.
...Banerjee Rd., Calcutta 700029, Rs3.00. Annual sub., Rs6.00; publishes Indian poetry; twice annually. The Advent, XXXII, I-4. Sri Aurobindo Ashram, Pondicherry 605002, RS2.00. Annual sub., Rs7.00; quarterly. The Aryan Path, XLIV, 8-9, XLV (I974 token issue) and...
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Seventeenth Sunday After Trinity: God Above and Within
A.W. Argyle Expository Times, 1 1976; vol. 87: pp. 369 - 370.
...developed, but in which there is also room for the expression of belief in and devotion. to a personal God. As developed by Aurobindo, for example, traditional Yoga teaching can provide the basis for a philosophy and a system of devotion which combines to...
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Towards a Christian Yoga
Peter D. Bishop Expository Times, 1 1976; vol. 87: pp. 370 - 374.
...developed, but in which there is also room for the expression of belief in and devotion. to a personal God. As developed by Aurobindo, for example, traditional Yoga teaching can provide the basis for a philosophy and a system of devotion which combines to...
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Book Reviews : Comparative Religion
W. Weaver Expository Times, 1 1976; vol. 87: pp. 349.
...brief glance at two twentieth-century Indian thinkers involved in the interaction between Western and Indian thought - Sri Aurobindo and S. Radhakrishnan. L. S. COUSINS LEARNING HEBREW Introductions to foreign languages traditionally claim some novel power...
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Book Reviews : Indian Philosophy
L.S. Cousins Expository Times, 1 1976; vol. 87: pp. 349.
...brief glance at two twentieth-century Indian thinkers involved in the interaction between Western and Indian thought - Sri Aurobindo and S. Radhakrishnan. L. S. COUSINS LEARNING HEBREW Introductions to foreign languages traditionally claim some novel power...
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Book Reviews : Learning Hebrew
John Eaton Expository Times, 1 1976; vol. 87: pp. 349 - 351.
...brief glance at two twentieth-century Indian thinkers involved in the interaction between Western and Indian thought - Sri Aurobindo and S. Radhakrishnan. L. S. COUSINS LEARNING HEBREW Introductions to foreign languages traditionally claim some novel power...
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Commentary: By the Editor
Tom Greaning Journal of Humanistic Psychology, 10 1975; vol. 15: pp. 1 - 2.
...write for a complete list to the Institute at 3494 21st Street, San Francisco, California 94110. His books include ones on Sri Aurobindo, voga, and meditation. He was a creative scholar and teacher whose life goal was to reconcile science and religion, logic...
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Masses in Politics : the Non-Cooperation Movement in Bengal 1920-1922
Rajat K. Ray Indian Economic & Social History Review, 1 1974; vol. 11: pp. 343 - 410.
...groups. The wholehoggers-Shaukat Ali, Shyamsundar Chakravarti (former associate editor of the Bande Mataram and a member of the Aurobindo faction, now an ortho- dox follower of Gandhi) and Jitendralai Banarji (a flaming middle class extremist who was really angling...
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Ceylon
Yasmine Gooneratne The Journal of Commonwealth Literature, 1 1973; vol. 8: pp. 98 - 102.
...Book Year, 1 72, was marked by a convention of writers, librarians, publishers, and printers in New Delhi, organized during the World Book Fair which was held in Delhi, 18March- 2 April. The year was also the centenary of Sri Aurobindo's birth; in
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Hindu-Muslim Relations in Swadeshi Bengal, 1903-1908
Sumit Sarkar Indian Economic & Social History Review, 1 1972; vol. 9: pp. 161 - 216.
...with the Calcutta Anushilan at. one stage, and Abul Kalam Azad has left a tantalizingly brief account of his contacts with Aurobindo's circle established through Shyamsundar Chakraborty.31 The Swadeshi Muslims included a few zamindars and big-wigs who-like...
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The Impact of British Rule in India
M.S. Rajan Journal of Contemporary History, 1 1969; vol. 4: pp. 89 - 102.
...religion and culture, even though its founders and leading protagonists were not Indians. The Ramakrishna Mission and the Aurobindo cult which were established in the late nineteenth and early twentieth centuries were on the same lines. In the post-mutiny...
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Modern Indian Politics and Political Thought
Vishwanath Prasad Varma Diogenes, 3 1964; vol. 12: pp. 143 - 154.
...Philosophy of Mahatma Gandhi and Sarvodaya, published by Laxmi Narayan Agrawal, Hospital Road, Agra and Political Philosophy of Sri Aurobindo, published by Asia Publishing House, Bombay. 145 Great Britain, based on mutual recognition of dignity and self- respect...
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Literature
Expository Times, 1 1963; vol. 74: pp. 105 - 111.
...especially valuable, but only Ramakrishna is dealt with among the moderns and there is not a word of the philosophy of Shri Aurobindo or other recent thinkers. Nevertheless this can be recom- mended as a sound standard r6sum6 of Indian philosophy and there...
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Book Reviews : Le polythéisme hindou By ALAIN DANIÉLOU (Paris, Corrêa, 1960) Pp. 597. Sources of Indian Tradition Compiled by WM. THEODORE DE BARY, ST. N. HAY, R. WEILER, A. YARROW (New York, Columbia University Press, 1959) Pp. xxvii + 962. (Records of Civilization, Sources and Studies, LVI.) Tales of Ancient India Translated from the Sanskrit by J. A. B. VAN BUITENEN (Chicago, The University of Chicago Press, 1959) Pp. xi + 260
Louis Renou and T. Jaeger Diogenes, 6 1961; vol. 9: pp. 128 - 138.
...they are incorporated still bear homage to classical India. The spiritual masters of this renais- sance, from Rammohun Roy to Aurobindo, comment on the ancient treatises, and elaborate in particular on the message of the Upanishads. The men of action do likewise...
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Cultural Values in India's Economic Development
Milton Singer The ANNALS of the American Academy of Political and Social Science, 1 1956; vol. 305: pp. 81 - 91.
...ordinary Indian existing side by side and in functional interdependence. In- dian thought, too, particularly the work of Tagore, Aurobindo, Radhakrishnan, Raghavan, shows a balance and com- plexity in these respects which is far from that overspecialization on...
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Reviews : The Classical Age Bombay: Bharatiya VidyaBhavan, 1954, pp. LX-745 in—8vo (47 maps and plates) (The History and Culture of the Indian People, Vol. III). Idealist Thought of India BY P. T. RAJU London: Allen and Unwin, 1953, pp. 454, in 8vo
Louis Renou Diogenes, 9 1954; vol. 2: pp. 124 - 129.
...study, as repre- sentative of the Sufi tendencies in India) glorifies desire, propounds a superman of the instincts, whilst Aurobindo, less aggressive, imagines a superman who would make use of the power of brahman to transform the 129 world. Gandhi applied...
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Reviews : PHILOSOPHY EAST AND WEST History of Philosophy: Eastern and Western SARVEPALLI RADHAKRISHNAN (ed.) London: Allen and Unwin, I952. 2 vols. Pp. 6I7 and 462
Louis Renou Diogenes, 1 1954; vol. 2: pp. 109 - 113.
...modem thought is widely cultivated in the direction of Western ideas: this is a matter of course with Tagore, but even in Aurobindo (with his theo- sophical postulates) a synthesis is appa- rent in which the share of the Orient is not always predominant...
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Ups and Downs in Indo-American Relations
Norman D. Palmer The ANNALS of the American Academy of Political and Social Science, 1 1954; vol. 294: pp. 113 - 123.
...Tagore and Gandhi and Nehru, what other Indian names are familiar to them? What do they know of Ram Mohan Roy or Vivekananda or Aurobindo or Tilak or Gokhale or Mrs. Naidu or scores of other great figures in modern Indian life? In fact, aside from Nehru and his...
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Literature
Expository Times, 1 1954; vol. 65: pp. 135 - 142.
...of presenting the more activist and socially applicable philosophy of contemporary thinkers, such as Rabindranath Tagore, Aurobindo Ghosh, Mahatma Gandhi, and Professor Radhakrishnan. The essence of idealism he takes to be, not mentalism or ' idea-ism...
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Indian Studies in I952
Louis Renou Diogenes, 3 1953; vol. 1: pp. 55 - 68.
...or artistic techniques an attempt has been made to think in terms of rules, of `given standards'. Even today a mystic like Aurobindo, who turns his back (without being aware of it) on tradition, is striving to rethink the Gitd and the Upanishads, indeed...
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INNIS, HAROLD A. Changing Concepts of Time. Pp. vii, 142. Toronto: University of Toronto Press, 1952. $3.00
Richard H. Heindel The ANNALS of the American Academy of Political and Social Science, 1 1953; vol. 287: pp. 225 - 226.
...for India a time of &dquo;exceptional dead- ness in political life,&dquo; although it pro- duced some great spirits such as Aurobindo Ghost, Gopal Krishna Gokhale, Bal Gangadhar Tilak, Ram Mohun Roy, and Rabindranath Tagore, all of whom were counted among...
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REYMOND, LIZELLE. The Dedicated. Pp. x, 374. New York: The John Day Com pany, 1953. $4.50
Albert E. Kane The ANNALS of the American Academy of Political and Social Science, 1 1953; vol. 287: pp. 226.
...for India a time of &dquo;exceptional dead- ness in political life,&dquo; although it pro- duced some great spirits such as Aurobindo Ghost, Gopal Krishna Gokhale, Bal Gangadhar Tilak, Ram Mohun Roy, and Rabindranath Tagore, all of whom were counted among...
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INTERNATIONAL BANK FOR RECONSTRUC TION AND DEVELOPMENT. The Economic Development of Jamaica, Report by a Mission. Pp. xvii, 288. Baltimore: Johns Hopkins Press, 1952. $5.00
Clarence F. Jones The ANNALS of the American Academy of Political and Social Science, 1 1953; vol. 287: pp. 226 - 227.
...for India a time of &dquo;exceptional dead- ness in political life,&dquo; although it pro- duced some great spirits such as Aurobindo Ghost, Gopal Krishna Gokhale, Bal Gangadhar Tilak, Ram Mohun Roy, and Rabindranath Tagore, all of whom were counted among...
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Literature
Expository Times, 1 1952; vol. 64: pp. 8 - 13.
...Mr. Nathaniel Pearson has for the last six years been a member of the community at Pondicherry associated with the late Sri Aurobindo, the modern exponent of the fundamental mystical doctrine of India, and he now tries to present in concentrated form the teaching...
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Book Reviews
Journal of Human Values, 10 2006; vol. 12: pp. 203 - 211.
...substantiate an issue. They have also embellished their views amply from the writings of our great thinkers, Swami Vivekananda, Sri Aurobindo, the Mother, Mahatma Gandhi and Tagore. Spirituality, the authors explain, is acceptance and realisation of the Reality of...
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Book Reviews
Journal of Human Values, 4 2006; vol. 12: pp. 100 - 105.
...precursor to a `true spiritual foundation' (ibid.). The idea of `spiritual foundation' mentioned by Ghosh seems to be based on Sri Aurobindo's reflections on the subject. Although this is the highest ideal for mankind, yet it is a distant dream. The current mode...
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Book Reviews
Journal of Human Values, 4 2005; vol. 11: pp. 79 - 85.
...Senge, Peter Block, Fred Fielder, Paul Hersey and Ken Blanchard to Lao Tzu, Rabindranath Tagore, Swami Vivekananda and Sri Aurobindo. Chapter 18 discusses team spirit and teamwork. Modern textbooks on OB deal with `teamwork', `team game', `team building...
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Post-TRIPs Technological Behaviour of the Pharmaceutical Industry in India
Dinesh Abrol Science Technology & Society, 9 2004; vol. 9: pp. 243 - 271.
...APIs. It has made a mark in the area of inject-ables, and its strengths include inter-national facilities. 268 n Dinesh Abrol Aurobindo Bharat Biotech International Ltd (BBIL), Hyderabad Shanta Biotechnics, Hyderabad Bicon India, Bangalore Clinigene, Bangalore...
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Book Reviews : B.R. Virmani, Managing People in Organisa tions : The Challenges of Change. New Delhi: Response Books, 2000, 237 pp. Rs. 395 (hb)
B.K. Chatterjee Journal of Human Values, 4 2001; vol. 7: pp. 85 - 89.
...irresponsible society the law of the jungle prevails and the beastly traits of human thoughts and action have a free play. Sri Aurobindo in his article 'Society, State and the Individual' observes that external adminis- trative unity cannot be really healthy...
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Book Reviews : Raj K. Nigam, ed., Public Accountability in Indian Polity. Delhi: D.C. Publications, 1998, 405 pp. Rs. 600
C. PANDURANGA BHATTA Journal of Human Values, 4 2001; vol. 7: pp. 89 - 92.
...irresponsible society the law of the jungle prevails and the beastly traits of human thoughts and action have a free play. Sri Aurobindo in his article 'Society, State and the Individual' observes that external adminis- trative unity cannot be really healthy...
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Book Reviews : Admirable Introduction
Thomas Dixon Expository Times, 12 2000; vol. 112: pp. 106.
...extracts from writings of the Brahmo Samaj, the Arya Samaj, Ramakrishna, and Vivekananda), on Hindu nationalism (Tilak, Tagore, Aurobindo, Bhave, the Hindu Mahasabha, the RSS and the BJP). A very short chapter on opposition to Hindu Nationalism has one extract...
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Book Reviews : Hindu Scriptures and Traditions
Peter D. Bishop and Haywards Heath Expository Times, 12 2000; vol. 112: pp. 106 - 107.
...extracts from writings of the Brahmo Samaj, the Arya Samaj, Ramakrishna, and Vivekananda), on Hindu nationalism (Tilak, Tagore, Aurobindo, Bhave, the Hindu Mahasabha, the RSS and the BJP). A very short chapter on opposition to Hindu Nationalism has one extract...
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Book Reviews : The Retrieval of Mysticism
Gordon S. Wakefield Expository Times, 12 2000; vol. 112: pp. 105 - 106.
...extracts from writings of the Brahmo Samaj, the Arya Samaj, Ramakrishna, and Vivekananda), on Hindu nationalism (Tilak, Tagore, Aurobindo, Bhave, the Hindu Mahasabha, the RSS and the BJP). A very short chapter on opposition to Hindu Nationalism has one extract...
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Book reviews : Joseph A. Petrick and John F. Quinn, Manage ment Ethics: Integrity at Work. New Delhi: Response Books, 1997, 399 pp. Rs 425 (hb) /Rs 250 (pb). S.A. Sherlekar, Ethics in Management. Mumbai: Himalaya Publishing House, 1998, 166 pp. Rs 80
S. Elankumaran Journal of Human Values, 4 2000; vol. 6: pp. 92 - 98.
...Ethico-morality belongs to the world of emotions and feelings.2 Great modem personal- ities like Vivekananda, Einstein, Gandhi, Russell, Aurobindo and Toynbee have also warned us against placing primary reliance on intellect or reason to the neglect of the heart or emotions...
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The Feminine Dimension of Human Values: A Journey with Tagore and Others
S.K. of Human Values, 4 2000; vol. 6: pp. 39 - 49.
...values, set in the con- vivial ambience of homely conversations with Dilip Kumar Roy-the famed mystic singer and disciple ofSri Aurobindo. Among several signific- ant themes, the poet had expressed earnestly his thoughts on women and men on that evening of new...
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Book Reviews : H.S.R. Kao, D. Sinha and B. Wilpert, eds, Management and Cultural Values. New Delhi: Sage Publications, 1999, 332 pp. Rs 425
S.K. Chakraborty Journal of Human Values, 10 1999; vol. 5: pp. 171 - 176.
...otherwise. His vista ranges from the argumentative, discursive engagement in ethics by Habermas to the exalting heights of Sri Aurobindo's works which uplift ethical discourse to a spiritual acme. The author thus initiates, with a fair measure of success, a much-needed...
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Book Reviews : Mohandas Nair, Thoughts to Live By. Mumbai: Eeshwar, 1998, 256 pp. Price not mentioned
C. Panduranga Bhatta Journal of Human Values, 10 1999; vol. 5: pp. 178 - 181.
...organizational work-life. However, it is also necessary to indicate the limita- tions of the office of reason, to use Sri Aurobindo'ss words. Conviction in ethical matters depends on our 'nischayatmika buddhi' (power of discrim- ination with certitude...
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Editorial: From Brain-Storming to Brain-Stilling
Journal of Human Values, 4 1999; vol. 5: pp. 1 - 2.
...then to enter into a brain-storming session to seek new light is a futile exercise. The leader may be reminded about what Sri Aurobindo said: 'In this calm right knowledge comes'. For wholesome creativity, the still inten- sity of the sattwic temper is essential...
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From Frenzied Progress to Serene Perfection
Journal of Human Values, 4 1996; vol. 2: pp. 1 - 2.
...of course what is presented as new insight is really a plagiarization of old wisdom). Let us then go back with humility to Aurobindo again: Intellectual, volitional, ethical, emotional, aesthetic and physical training and im- provement are all so much to...
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Book reviews : Chitta R. Goswami, Global Psychology and Counseling. Pondicherry: Human Potential Centre, Undated, xiv + 143 pp, Rs 75
Debashis Chatterjee Journal of Human Values, 10 1995; vol. 1: pp. 267 - 269.
...focusing on the multidimensionality of the human being. In this the author draws inspiration from the integral psychology of Sri Aurobindo. This part delves into issues such as the 'dilemmas of the age of individual- ism', 'subjectivism and the freedom of the mind...
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From Richness of Body to Richness of Spirit
Journal of Human Values, 10 1995; vol. 1: pp. 151 - 152.
...Modern liberal education is fos- tering dissipative individualism and calculative selfishness. Therefore, as the Mother of Sri Aurobindo Ashram had observed: 'From the psychic point of view, the rose is more exalted than the human being'. Yet, this is the land...
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Human Values: An Australian Perspective in the Global Context
David J. Andrews Journal of Human Values, 4 1995; vol. 1: pp. 67 - 74.
...exploring for the first time the richness of ancient Indian insights in the workshop, as well as the more recent wisdom of Sri Aurobindo, Swami Vivekananda, Rabindranath Tagore, Mahatma Gandhi and others, has been a great awakening experience for me personally...
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No Safe Place: Toxic Waste, Leukemia, and Community Action, Phil Brown and Edwin J. Mikkelson. 1990. University of California, Berkeley, CA. $24.95
Bulletin of Science, Technology & Society, 2 1993; vol. 13: pp. 55 - 56.
...that the first four of Gebser's structures of consciousness are inadequate to meet the present crisis. Drawing on Plotinus, Aurobindo, and Max Scheler, Kealey outlines an adequate &dquo;fully integral ecological ethic.&dquo; Saving the Mediterranean, Peter...
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Nuclear Decommissioning: Public Links to a Technical Task, Martin Pasqualetti, ed. 1990. Arizona State University, Tucson, AZ. 272 pages. ISBN: 0-415-03480-9. $55.00
Bulletin of Science, Technology & Society, 2 1993; vol. 13: pp. 56.
...that the first four of Gebser's structures of consciousness are inadequate to meet the present crisis. Drawing on Plotinus, Aurobindo, and Max Scheler, Kealey outlines an adequate &dquo;fully integral ecological ethic.&dquo; Saving the Mediterranean, Peter...
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Our Earth, Ourselves, Ruth Caplan. 1990. Bantam Books, New York, NY. 341 pages. ISBN: 0-553-34857-4. $10.95
Bulletin of Science, Technology & Society, 2 1993; vol. 13: pp. 56.
...that the first four of Gebser's structures of consciousness are inadequate to meet the present crisis. Drawing on Plotinus, Aurobindo, and Max Scheler, Kealey outlines an adequate &dquo;fully integral ecological ethic.&dquo; Saving the Mediterranean, Peter...
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Report on the Environment in the German Democratic Republic: Balance Sheet on Damage, Cost of Rehabilitation, and Strategies for Ecological Reconstruction, Petschow, Ulrich, Juergen Meyerhof and Claus Thomasberger. 1990. S. Fischer. 190 pages. ISBN: 3-10-073005-4. 25 DM
Bulletin of Science, Technology & Society, 2 1993; vol. 13: pp. 56.
...that the first four of Gebser's structures of consciousness are inadequate to meet the present crisis. Drawing on Plotinus, Aurobindo, and Max Scheler, Kealey outlines an adequate &dquo;fully integral ecological ethic.&dquo; Saving the Mediterranean, Peter...
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Revisioning Environmental Ethics, Daniel A. Kealey. 1990. State University of New York Press, Albany, NY. 136 pages. ISBN: 0-7914-0277-0 (hc), 0-7914-0278-9 (pb). $44.50 (hc); $14.95 (pb
Bulletin of Science, Technology & Society, 2 1993; vol. 13: pp. 56.
...that the first four of Gebser's structures of consciousness are inadequate to meet the present crisis. Drawing on Plotinus, Aurobindo, and Max Scheler, Kealey outlines an adequate &dquo;fully integral ecological ethic.&dquo; Saving the Mediterranean, Peter...
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Saving the Mediterranean, Peter M. Haas. 1990. Columbia University Press, New York, NY. 303 pages. ISBN: 0-231-07012-8. $42,00
Bulletin of Science, Technology & Society, 2 1993; vol. 13: pp. 56 - 57.
...that the first four of Gebser's structures of consciousness are inadequate to meet the present crisis. Drawing on Plotinus, Aurobindo, and Max Scheler, Kealey outlines an adequate &dquo;fully integral ecological ethic.&dquo; Saving the Mediterranean, Peter...
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From Desk to Pulpit
Expository Times, 1 1980; vol. 92: pp. 80 - 86.
...salvation is possible through his faith, the truth of which has been established by some of the spiritual seekers like Sri Aurobindo and Sri Ramana Maharishi. At this point there is no specific common ground for dialogue, but the search for God is common...
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Towards a Theology of Openness
V. Sharada Expository Times, 1 1980; vol. 92: pp. 86 - 87.
...salvation is possible through his faith, the truth of which has been established by some of the spiritual seekers like Sri Aurobindo and Sri Ramana Maharishi. At this point there is no specific common ground for dialogue, but the search for God is common...
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The missionary challenge and Brahmo response: Rajnarain Bose and the emerging ideology of cultural nationalism
David Kopf Contributions to Indian Sociology, 1 1974; vol. 8: pp. 11 - 24.
...president of the Adi Brahmo Samaj. In 1909 Rajnarain's autobiography appeared in print with a dedication by his famous grandson, Aurobindo Ghosh, the nationalist. That same year Jadunath Sarkar (1909: 311-19), the eminent historian, assessed both the book and the...
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Ethical Standards in World Religions: II. Hindu Ethics in Theory and Practice
Father Bede Mcgregor Expository Times, 1 1973; vol. 85: pp. 68 - 72.
...the emergence of charismatic leaders within Hinduism like Mahatma Ghandi, Vinobha Bhave, Vive Kananda, Rabindranath Tagore, Aurobindo, etc. These men all claimed to be Hindus and they obviously are Hindus, but in a different mould from their fore- fathers...
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