Monday, November 12, 2007

Feel Philosophy (Popular Pages)

Feel Philosophy (Popular Pages)
Feel Philosophy: Hegel's "Love"
Feel Philosophy: Sri Aurobindo's Synthesis of Yoga is the first major work that does describe an authentic Integral Spiritual Practice
Feel Philosophy: Philosophy requires highly disciplined, systematic, abstract conceptualization, a skill that does not come easily to most people
Feel Philosophy: Gadamer%u2019s interpretation of the later Plato for his hermeneutical writings
Feel Philosophy: Thanks, now we know where Agamben stole "the naked life" from!
Feel Philosophy: Ethical skepticism in the philosophy of Sri Aurobindo
Feel Philosophy: Badiou-Zizek%u2019s %u201Csolution%u201D shares little resemblance to Marx and even looks like the core of liberal capitalist ideolog
Feel Philosophy: The works of Sri Aurobindo are the only primary Vedic sources that have ever been written in English
Feel Philosophy: When Jesus and the prophets criticized the Pharisees, they were doing the same thing as Marx, Nietzsche and Freud
Feel Philosophy: Jean-Luc Nancy's concept of surprise
Feel Philosophy: Nietzsche makes the persuasive claim that Apollonian culture is a form of alchemy that overcomes the horror of being born into death
Feel Philosophy: Just one long sentence of 16 lines loaded with far-reaching occult connotations
Feel Philosophy: Aesthetic distance
Feel Philosophy: Be it textual or sexual, be it sadistic or masochistic
Feel Philosophy: The fiction and fantasy of purity, peace, goodness, beatitude, etc.

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Work In The Ashram - General - Sri Aurobindo Ashram - Mirror of Tomorrow :: “India has to reorganise herself”—Submitted by Kittu Reddy

If you make the effort to be interesting, constructive and convincing and can make them know something of the teaching of Sri Aurobindo, it will in any case be useful to you. -The Mother (1971)

The Mother's Message to Matrupuri from MATRUPURI: RISIDA

Our worth lies only in the measure of our effort to exceed ourselves, and to exceed ourselves is to attain the Divine. -The Mother