The Political Philosophy of Sri Aurobindo

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Motilal Banarsidass Publ., 1990 - 494 pages
 

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The Political Philosophy of Sri Aurobindo

Contents

CHAPTER
1
b Spiritual Involution and Evolution
9
c Critique of Darwinism
20
SPIRITUAL DETERMINISM IN HISTORY
33
PHILOSOPHY OF INDIAN HISTORY
64
CHAPTER
135
PHILOSOPHICAL AND ANTHROPOLOGICAL DISTINC
143
PHILOSOPHY OF CULTURE
153
PHILOSOPHY OF THE STATE
285
d The State in Idealistic Philosophy
292
DEMOCRACY
304
CRITIQUE OF BENTHAMITE UTILITARIANISM
320
CRITIQUE OF SOCIALISM AND COMMUNISM
327
THE CONCEPT OF FREEDOM
345
Philosophy
377
CHAPTER FIVE
386

DECLINE AND FALL OF CIVILIZATIONS AND CULTURES
159
CHAPTER THREE
166
THE RENAISSANCE IN INDIA
173
tic Elements in Indian Political Thought
210
theory of political
225
the doctrine of passive resistance
240
the theories of absolute swaraj and self
247
CONCLUSION
264
d The Community as the Body of Brahma
279
THE NECESSITY OF THE SPIRITUAL TRANSFORMA
397
lism
412
CONCLUSION
428
APPENDICES
441
SRI BIPIN CHANDRA PAL ON SRI AUROBINDOS
447
BIBLIOGRAPHY
467
INDEX
473
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