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Growth of Humanism in the West
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Absolute according Adi-Granth aesthetic aspect Assa-di-Var attain Bhakti movement bliss Brahman Buddhism compositions consciousness contemplation Corliss Lamont cosmic creation creative devotion Divine doctrine emancipation emotions enlightened epistemology essence essential ethical existence experience faith forms Granth Guru Arjan Guru Nanak Guru Nanak's conception Guru Nanak's philosophy Guru's harmony highest humanist hymns Ibid ideal Idealist immanent Indian philosophy individual inspired intellectual interests intuitive Japji Kabir Khand knowledge logical Lord man's mankind Marxism means Melvin Rader metaphysical method mind modern monism moral mystical naturalistic nature objects one's Onkar path person poetic pragmatic principle Protagoras Radhakrishnan Ramanuja realization realm religion religious Russell salvation seeker sense shlokas Sikh Sikhism Singh social society speculation spiritual Sri Aurobindo Supreme Reality teaching theory thinkers thought tion tradition transcendent true truth ultimate universe Upanishads utilitarian Vaisheshika values Vedanta Vedas virtue vision void welfare whole wisdom word