The Life Divine

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Lotus Press, 1990 - Philosophy - 1113 pages
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The Life Divine explores for the Modern mind the great streams of Indian metaphysical thought, reconciling the truths behind each and from this synthesis extends in terms of consciousness the concept of evolution. The unfolding of Earth's and man's spiritual destiny is illuminated, pointing the way to a Divine Life on Earth. Index.
  

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Great work by Sri Aurobindo

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Highly Metaphysical.
Explores the inner meaning of Ancient Indian thought.
Magnum opus of Sri Aurobindo

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Contents

Chapter I
5
Chapter III
22
Chapter V
40
Chapter VII
58
Chapter IX
80
Chapter XI
100
Chapter XIII
122
Chapter XIV
132
Chapter VIII
521
Chapter IX
531
Chapter X
545
Chapter XI
575
Chapter XII
588
Chapter XIII
604
Chapter XIV
620
Chapter XV
661

Chapter XVI
154
Chapter XVIII
172
Chapter XIX
187
Chapter XX
202
Chapter XXII
221
Chapter XXIV
246
Chapter XXVI
267
Chapter XXVIII
286
Chapter I
311
Chapter II
338
Chapter III
382
Chapter IV
405
Chapter V
430
Chapter VI
457
Chapter VII
501
Chapter XVI
685
Chapter XVII
712
Chapter XVIII
732
Chapter XIX
756
Chapter XX
773
Chapter XXI
797
Chapter XXII
825
Chapter XXIII
858
Chapter XXIV
882
Chapter XXV
924
Chapter XXVI
955
Chapter XXVII
1001
Chapter XXVIII
1053
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Sri Aurobindo has been considered one of the foremost philosophers of the 20th Century, but he was far more than just a philosopher. He was a political activist, a mystic, a spiritual leader and a poet, a yogi and a teacher.

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