Emerson and Vedanta, 1918

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Kessinger Publishing, Feb 1, 1998 - Body, Mind & Spirit - 76 pages
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1918. The purpose of the lectures was to set forth the striking similarity between the writings of Emerson and the sacred teachings of the East. Deep students of Vedic ideals have long regarded Emerson as an inspired interpreter of these ideals to the West. It has always been one of the chief aims of the present author to show the fundamental harmony underlying all phases of higher thought." Contents: Emerson and Vedanta; Karma and Compensation; Atman and Over-soul; Emerson and Hindu Classics.

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