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THE THEORY OF KNOWLEDGE
e Mind and Cosmos
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absolute action animal appears aspects astral body Atman atoms awareness Ayer become behaviour Bhagavad-Gita biological Brahmin called Christ completely conception consciousness Cosmic Force cosmos course creation Descartes Divine earth earthly emotional empirical empiricism empiricist ends energy entity entropy etheric body ethics evil evolution exist fact Father feelings free-will Heaven Holy Spirit human organism idea ideal implies Incarnation individual infinite instinct involved Jesus Jiva John Kant Kingdom of Heaven knowledge known limited live logical Logos manifestation matter means mental merely metaphysical mind moral judgments movement nature necessarily not-self object objectivized occurrences ourselves perfect philosophy physical Plato possible principle psychic psychoanalyst purely purpose Purusa reason relation religion religious seems sense soul speak spiritual spiritual forces subconscious super ego super-conscious telepathy theory thing thought tion true truth unconscious unity universe unto Upanishad values Word wrong