Saturday, June 30, 2007

Spirituality-at-Work in the Land of Dollar God

Finding a Life's Calling
Greg Bogart Journal of Humanistic Psychology, 10 1994; vol. 34: pp. 6 - 37.
...Humanistic Psychology, 27, 501-517. Assagioli, R. (1976). Psychosynthesis. New York: Penguin. Aurobindo, S. (1973). The essential Aurobindo (R. McDermott, Ed.). New York: Schocken. Bellah, R., Madison, R., Sullivan, W. M., Swidler...
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Psychocatabolism and the Dark Night of the Self
Carl S. Hale Journal of Humanistic Psychology, 1 1992; vol. 32: pp. 65 - 89.
...Williams (Ed.), Immortal poems of the English language (p. 586-586). New York: Simon Schuster. Aurobindo, S. (1973). The essential Aurobindo (R. McDermott, Ed.). New York: Schocken. Barrett, W. (1958). Irrational man. New York: Doubleday...
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The Ego Revisited: Understanding and Transcending Narcissism
Karen M. Peoples and Bert Parlee Journal of Humanistic Psychology, 10 1991; vol. 31: pp. 32 - 52.
...Psychosynthesis: A manual of principles and techniques. New York: Hobbs, Dorman. Aurobindo, S. (1970). The hour of God. Pondicherry, India: Sri Aurobindo Ashram. Benjamin, J. (1990). An outline of intersubjectivity: The development of...
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Alternative Views on the Evolution of Consciousness
Richard W. Coan Journal of Humanistic Psychology, 4 1989; vol. 29: pp. 167 - 199.
...ultimately toward a condition of flexible access to all modes of consciousness. Aurobindo, Sri (1970). The life divine. Pondicherry, India: Sri Aurobindo Ashram. Bronowski, J. (1964). Insight. New York: Harper Row. Bronowski...
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Physics and Consciousness
Carolin S. Keutzer Journal of Humanistic Psychology, 4 1982; vol. 22: pp. 74 - 90.
...science of life . New Scientist, 1981, 90, 766-768. Sri Aurobindo. The future evolution of man (compiled with a summary and notes by P. B. Saint-Hilaire). Pondicherry, India: Sri Aurobindo Ashram, n.d. (Available from East-West Cultural Center...
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The Pre/Trans Fallacy
Ken Wilber Journal of Humanistic Psychology, 4 1982; vol. 22: pp. 5 - 43.
...anthropology, and sociology, with particular emphasis on Freud and Jung. Aurobindo. The life divine. Pondicherry: Centenary LibraryXVIII-XXI, n.d. Aurobindo. The synthesis of yoga. Pondicherry: Centenary LibraryXVIII-XXi, n.d. Baldwin...
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India
Shyamala A. Narayan The Journal of Commonwealth Literature, 1 1979; vol. 14: pp. 63 - 70.
...Sangha (Bangalore) Rs8.00. Pujalal Lotus Grove 236 Sri Aurobindo Ashram (Pondicherry) Rs16.00. Roy, Debi Arrogant from...Kannada Sangha (Bangalore) Rs8.00. Pujalal Lotus Grove 236 Sri Aurobindo Ashram (Pondicherry) Rs16.00. Roy, Debi Arrogant from Birth...
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Canada
William H. New The Journal of Commonwealth Literature, 1 1975; vol. 10: pp. 72 - 107.
...basic reference work on the subject has published a collection of poems, Tryst with tlre Divine. While there is no doubt about the author's sincere devotion to Sri Aurobindo ~Ig'~2-I950) and the Mother of the Aurobindo Ashram at Pondicherry, the
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Literature
Expository Times, 1 1965; vol. 76: pp. 352 - 357.
...interpretation of the Hindu Yoga tradition originated by Sri Aurobindo in terms of contemporary western thought and the English equivalents...stress being laid on the integral experience of Being of Sri Aurobindo and its creative attitude to life. 356 This is regarded as...
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Two Patterns of Transcendence: A Reply to Washburn
Ken Wilber Journal of Humanistic Psychology, 7 1990; vol. 30: pp. 113 - 136.
...not incompatible, and that the Jungian model can, in essential respects, be incorporated into the spectrum model. Aurobindo, G. (n.d.). The life divine. Pondicherry, India: Centenary Library. Brown, D. (1977). A model for the levels of concentrative...
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Leading in Times of Crisis
Journal of Human Values, 10 2004; vol. 10: pp. iii - v.
...extinguish the fire within a volcanic Swami Vivekananda. In 1909 Aurobindo Ghose left politics, ignoring the label of `escapist' cast...spiritual odyssey that culminated in his evolu-tion as Sri Aurobindo. While the body of his youngest son was lying in the house...
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Editorial: From the Hole to the Whole
Journal of Human Values, 4 2001; vol. 7: pp. 1 - 3.
...acteristics from just genetic decoding. How correct was Sri Aurobindo when he had said long ago: 'Knowledge is a child with its...of this principle alone can save the world and India. Sri Aurobindo had once written to one of his famous pro- teges, Dilip Roy...
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Corporate Gita: Lessons for Management, Administration and Leadership
Subhash Sharma Journal of Human Values, 10 1999; vol. 5: pp. 103 - 123.
...enlightened leadership and ethical management. While Tilak, Aurobindo, Vivekananda and Gandhi demonstrated its importance and relevance...initiation of the liberation process as many, including Tilak, Aurobindo, Subhash Chandra Bose and Gandhi, had drawn their revolutionary...
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Book Reviews : Ananta K. Giri, Values and Ethics in Business. Jaipur: Rawat Publications, 1998, 246 pp. Rs. 450
Sanjoy Mukherjee Journal of Human Values, 10 1999; vol. 5: pp. 176 - 178.
...engagement in ethics by Habermas to the exalting heights of Sri Aurobindo's works which uplift ethical discourse to a spiritual acme...indicate the limita- tions of the office of reason, to use Sri Aurobindo'ss words. Conviction in ethical matters depends on our 'nischayatmika...
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Book reviews and notices : ARVIND SHARMA, Hinduism for our times. Delhi: Oxford, 1996. 116 pp. Notes, index. Rs. 225
C.N. Venugopal Contributions to Indian Sociology, 5 1998; vol. 32: pp. 133 - 135.
...region, etc. Incident- ally, a contemporary of Gandhi was Aurobindo, who too gave a new interpretation of Hinduism. Sharma's reflections on Hinduism seem to be akin to those of Aurobindo in some respects, though he has shown a personal preference...
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2 Theories and Methods of Sociology Théories Et Méthodes Sociologiques
Current Sociology, 1 1954; vol. 3: pp. 95 - 105.
...and ix + 273 p. CR: L. J. CARR, Amer. sociol. R. 18 (4), Aug. 53 : 457-458. 3-199 CHOSE (A.). The human cycle. New York, Sri Aurobindo Library, 53, 312 p. 3-200 DAIYAMONDO SHA. Hyuman Rireishonzu (Human relations). Tokyo, Daiya- mondo sha, 53, 216 p. 3-201...
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Book reviews and notices : BARRY BARNES, Understanding agency: Social theory and responsible action. London: Sage Publications, 2000. xii + 163 pp. Notes, bibliography, index. £14.99 (paperback)
Debasis Giri Contributions to Indian Sociology, 6 2001; vol. 35: pp. 290 - 291.
...idolisation of the state), Tocqueville (on civil disobedience and on modernity), and Max Weber (on modernity). Among Indian thinkers Aurobindo, Nirmal Bose, Rajni Kothari and Ashis Nandy are cited. In a brief but most unexpected comparison, Gandhi and Antigone (in...
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India
Sudha Rai The Journal of Commonwealth Literature, 12 2005; vol. 40: pp. 109 - 138.
...Colonialism, Nationalism and the Bengali Stage 19051947 Minoti Chatterjee 275pp Indialog (New Delhi) pa. Tagore's Chitra and Aurobindo's Savitri: A Comparative Study Ketki N. Pandya 176pp Atlantic Publishers (New Delhi) Rs395. Towards an Aesthetic of Dalit...
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Integral Transformative Education: A Participatory Proposal
Jorge N. Ferrer, Marina T. Romero, and Ramon V. AlbaredaJournal of Transformative Education, 10 2005; vol. 3: pp. 306 - 330.
...implemented, it constitutes a richer, more natural, and more transformative integral educational praxis. In the same way that Sri Aurobindo--the originator of integralism in India--distinguished be- tween a spiritual liberation of consciousness in consciousness...
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Book Review: Contemplating Evolutionary Ideas Emerging from the Book: Evolutionary Healing by Barbara Sarter
Christine Jonas-Simpson Nursing Science Quarterly, 4 2005; vol. 18: pp. 184 - 185.
...universe is in us" (p. 1). That is, all of life is part and parcel of the great cosmic reality. Three 20th-century philosophers, Aurobindo Ghosh, Swami Ramananda, and Pi-erre Teilhard de Chardin, who represent Hindu and Jesuit spiritual traditions, deeply influenced...
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Book Review: Contemplating Evolutionary Ideas Emerging from the Book: Evolutionary Healing by Barbara Sarter
Vidette Todaro-Franceschi Nursing Science Quarterly, 4 2005; vol. 18: pp. 187 - 188.
...pos-sesses vastly different properties at various levels of mani-festation" (p. 1). She credited the work of philosophers such as Aurobindo, Ramananda, and Teilhard de Chardin, as well as the work of eminent scientists such as Kauffman, Bohm, Prigogine, and Sheldrake...
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Book review: The Politics of Sacred Space: The Old City of Jerusalem in the Middle East Conflict
John Collins Anthropological Theory, 12 2004; vol. 4: pp. 483 - 484.
...compassion for all humanity not just the individual), and then with yet another 'Mother', the stern but fair companion of Sri Aurobindo. Eventually Turnbull - who had until then seen himself as an 'amateur' - trained as an anthropologist and moved ANTHROPOLOGICAL...
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Book Review: In the Arms of Africa: The Life of Colin M. Turnbull
Patti Langton Anthropological Theory, 12 2004; vol. 4: pp. 484 - 485.
...compassion for all humanity not just the individual), and then with yet another 'Mother', the stern but fair companion of Sri Aurobindo. Eventually Turnbull - who had until then seen himself as an 'amateur' - trained as an anthropologist and moved ANTHROPOLOGICAL...
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Book Review: A History of Indian Literature in English
Anjana Sharma South Asia Research, 11 2004; vol. 24: pp. 203 - 205.
...decipher what precisely can be named as 'Indian Literature in English.' Don't be startled to find Raja Rammohan Ray and Sri Aurobindo as part of this canon, or to learn the history of Hindu College, Calcutta and its intimate connections with the dissemination...
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Books Received
The Journal of Commonwealth Literature, 9 2004; vol. 39: pp. 173 - 179.
...Roy and include Toru Dutt, Sarojini Naidu, Kipling, Tagore, Gandhi, Nehru, Raja Rao, R.K. Narayan, Nirad C. Chaudhuri, Sri Aurobindo, G.V. Desani, Anita Desai, Khushwant Singh, Ved Mehta, Nissim Ezekiel, A.K. Ramanujan, Salman Rushdie, Vikram Seth, Amitav...
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Bureaucracy: Ethical Perspectives
Shekhar Sen and Pradip Bhattacharya Journal of Human Values, 10 2003; vol. 9: pp. 117 - 130.
...to this yoga; it is the secret of success in work. 17 This mental poise is buddhi. This buddhi or 'intelligent will' as Sri Aurobindo called it, is not affected by good work or bad work or by their result. Buddhi is indifferent to results. Herre, there is...
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Towards Corporate VEDA: Indian Ethos and Corporate Development1
Subhash Sharma Journal of Human Values, 10 2003; vol. 9: pp. 163 - 172.
...the 'struggle for values' which has been articulated by our seers, ancient as well as modern, such as Swami Vivekananda, Sri Aurobindo, Mahatma Gandhi and others. The concept of HOPE: Higher Order Purpose of Ex- istence, finds its manifestation in the struggle...
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Towards Enlightened Perspectives in Management
Journal of Human Values, 4 2003; vol. 9: pp. 1 - 2.
...consequence of which is the psychological rupture of the being. Then, where do we begin? Matter divides, spirit unites, says Sri Aurobindo. The only true import of spirituality is the awakening and pro- gressive expansion of the I-Consciousness to its fullest scope...
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Print Resources
Anju Vyas Librarian Indian Journal of Gender Studies, 3 2003; vol. 10: pp. 143 - 150.
...Dr. Yazali Josephine Educational Administration Unit National Institute of Educational Planning and Administration 17-B Sri Aurobindo Marg New Delhi 110 016 148 Ph.: 91-11-26962120/2126 Fax: 91-11-26853041 E-mail: y-josephineQrediffmail.com; yjosephine@niepa...
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Book Reviews : R.C. Sekhar, Ethical Choices in Business (second edition). New Delhi: Response Books (a division of Sage Publications), 2002, 308 pp., Rs 290 [ISBN: 0-7619-9718-0] (Pb)
M.V. Lakshmi Global Business Review, 2 2003; vol. 4: pp. 177 - 180.
...which develop trust as an ethical value from Kohlberg, as well as the Indian process starting from the Sankhya philosophy to Aurobindo to the recent ex- positions of Chakraborty. Different professional ethics in a market economy have been analyzed, which include...
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Books Received
The Journal of Commonwealth Literature, 6 2002; vol. 37: pp. 195 - 203.
...strengths lie in its discussion of writers from earlier generations, particularly Arun Joshi and Balachandra Rajan. Works by Aurobindo, Anand, Ezekiel and Desai are also considered in some detail. Ta bish Khair, Babu Fictions: Alienation in Contemporary Indian...
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Abstracts
Journal of Entrepreneurship, 3 2002; vol. 11: pp. 111 - 138.
...arise and stop not till the goal is reached' said Swami Vivekananda. This tradition was carried forward by Tagore and by Sri Aurobindo in their own style. However, all three of them drew inspi- ration from the great Indian civilisation. The author of this article...
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Money and Meaning in India and Great Britain: Tales of Similarities and Differences
MOHAN J. DUTTA-BERGMAN and KENNETH O. DOYLE American Behavioral Scientist, 10 2001; vol. 45: pp. 205 - 222.
...The inward orientation of the Indian and the outward orientation of the British are aptly summarized by the Indian thinker Aurobindo Ghose: This movement of going inward and living inward is a difficult task to lay upon the normal consciousness of the human...
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Which Leadership Modet—Gandhian or Machiavellian?
L.M. Bhole Journal of Human Values, 10 2001; vol. 7: pp. 131 - 145.
...remains no hope for mankind if we are con- vinced that Christ, Buddha, Mahavir, Nanak, Chaitanya, Ramakrishna, Ramana Maharshi, Aurobindo, etc. are failures and ruined. There have been examples of hundreds of sages, saints, rishis (seers) and prophets in the history...
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In the Name of Culture
Tithi Bhattacharya South Asia Research, 9 2001; vol. 21: pp. 161 - 187.
...Vidyasagar found out about this 'deception' and reckoning it to be 'highly improper' summarily dismissed Madhusudan. See Aurobindo Guha, ed., Unpublished Letters of Vidyasagar, Calcutta, 1971, pp. 14-15. 105 Rajendralal Mitra for example wrote a letter...
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Book reviews and notices : RONALD J. TERCHEK, Gandhi: Strugglingfor autonomy. New Delhi: Vistaar Publi cations, 2000. xiv + 264 pp. Notes, appendix, bibliography, glossary, index. Rs. 245 (paperback)
T.N. Madan Contributions to Indian Sociology, 6 2001; vol. 35: pp. 288 - 290.
...idolisation of the state), Tocqueville (on civil disobedience and on modernity), and Max Weber (on modernity). Among Indian thinkers Aurobindo, Nirmal Bose, Rajni Kothari and Ashis Nandy are cited. In a brief but most unexpected comparison, Gandhi and Antigone (in...
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Decolonizing English Teaching in India
Raja Ram Mehrotra RELC Journal, 12 2000; vol. 31: pp. 134 - 144.
...poets and novelists. One may recall in this context the writings of Raja Ram Mohan Roy, Keshab Chand Sen, Vivekanand, Sri Aurobindo, C. Y. Chintamani, Shiva Swami Aiyar, J. Krishnamurti, Jawahar Lal Nehru, C. D. Deshmukh and S. Radhakrishnan. In the decolonizing...
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Is Sinology a Science?
Hans Kuijper China Report, 8 2000; vol. 36: pp. 331 - 354.
...homini lupus is a truism. But he can also be 'a great man' (Mencius); there is also a nisus in him towards 'the life divine' (Aurobindo); he can also be impassioned and inspired (or in the words of Pindar: 'When- ever Zeus-given brightness comes, a shining light...
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China and Japan in Indian Publications: A Bibliographic Survey, 1998-99
BK Kumar China Report, 8 2000; vol. 36: pp. 449 - 489.
...274. Borel, Henri, Wu Wei: Based on the Philosophy of Lao Tse (translated by Shyam Sunder Jhunjhunwala) (Pondicherry: Sri Aurobindo's Action, 1997). History and Criticism 275. Bhattacharya, Manik, 'The Lofty Height of a Writer: My Evaluation of Lu Xun...
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The Road Less Travelled: Pather Panchali in Translation
Alex Tickell The Journal of Commonwealth Literature, 3 2000; vol. 35: pp. 147 - 162.
...techniques employed by earlier, nationalist Bengali writers such as Bankim Chandra Chatterjee. The following passage comes from Sri Aurobindo's translation of Bankim's anthem, Vande Mataram: Mother, I bow to thee! Rich with thy hurrying streams, The Road Less Travelled...
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Club Members?: Reading John Masters’s Bhowani Junction
Alan Johnson The Journal of Commonwealth Literature, 3 2000; vol. 35: pp. 3 - 26.
...ghost of the present and its futures. Worriedly, he asks, "[I]s the [`pure and virgin moment']" of the present (a quote from Aurobindo Ghose) "bound up with all the harlotry of the past?" 34 Nehru's wrestling with the overdetermined trope of national miscegenation...
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The Notion of Totality in Indian Thought
Christian Godin and Christian Godin Diogenes, 3 2000; vol. 48: pp. 58 - 67.
...ecumenism corresponds to this syncretism. The greatest thinkers of modern India are all ecumenicists: Ramakrishna, Vivekananda, Aurobindo, Gandhi. True Hinduism, one might say, is the varndshramadharma. In other words, the Hindu is not just one who considers the...
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The Refinement of Empathy
Tobin Hart Journal of Humanistic Psychology, 10 1999; vol. 39: pp. 111 - 125.
...the perspective of a single self or vantage point. "In order to see, you have to stop being in the middle of the picture" (Aurobindo Ghose, cited in Nelson, 1994, p. 311). This witnessing is often experienced with more emotional detach- ment. As an example...
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Historic Acts? Santal Rebellion and the Temporality of Practice
Prathama Banerjee Studies in History, 8 1999; vol. 15: pp. 209 - 246.
...its archive. In such texts, the Santal Parganas were included in the nation through the activi- ties of Bengali settlers, Aurobindo's revolutionary terrorism, Gandhi's anti-liquor campaign and Sahajananda's Kisan Sabha movement. Santals were rarely men...
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New Age Spiritualities as Secular Religion: a Historian's Perspective
Wouter J. HANEGRAAFF Social Compass, 6 1999; vol. 46: pp. 145 - 160.
...philosophical, scientific and mystical evolutionary theories of the German Idealists, Darwin, Lamarck, Teilhard de Chardin, Sri Aurobindo, Ilya Prigogine, or Ken Wilber, to mention just a few. No matter. What does matter is that the biblical story of creation...
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Book Reviews : Hindu Scriptures and Traditions
Expository Times, 1 1999; vol. 111: pp. 106 - 107.
...extracts from writings of the Brahmo Samaj, the Arya Samai, Ramakrishna, and Vivekananda), on Hindu nationalism (Tilak, Tagore, Aurobindo, Bhave, the Hindu Mahasabha, the RSS and the BJP). A very short chapter on opposition to Hindu Nationalism has one extract...
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Book Reviews : The Retrieval of Mysticism
Gordon S. Wakefield Expository Times, 1 1999; vol. 111: pp. 105 - 106.
...extracts from writings of the Brahmo Samaj, the Arya Samai, Ramakrishna, and Vivekananda), on Hindu nationalism (Tilak, Tagore, Aurobindo, Bhave, the Hindu Mahasabha, the RSS and the BJP). A very short chapter on opposition to Hindu Nationalism has one extract...
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Book Reviews : Admirable Introduction
Thomas Dixon Expository Times, 1 1999; vol. 111: pp. 106.
...extracts from writings of the Brahmo Samaj, the Arya Samai, Ramakrishna, and Vivekananda), on Hindu nationalism (Tilak, Tagore, Aurobindo, Bhave, the Hindu Mahasabha, the RSS and the BJP). A very short chapter on opposition to Hindu Nationalism has one extract...
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Book Reviews : The Muhammad of Faith
James Thrower Expository Times, 1 1999; vol. 110: pp. 343.
...the book, and an index. The entries themselves offer a wide range of terms from important figures in the traditions, such as Aurobindo and Ramanuja, to technical terms such as shakti (power) and vidya (knowledge) and traditions, such as Advaita Vedanta and...
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Book Reviews : Encyclopaedia of Hinduism
Gavin Flood Expository Times, 1 1999; vol. 110: pp. 343.
...the book, and an index. The entries themselves offer a wide range of terms from important figures in the traditions, such as Aurobindo and Ramanuja, to technical terms such as shakti (power) and vidya (knowledge) and traditions, such as Advaita Vedanta and...
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Book Reviews : The Organ
Expository Times, 1 1999; vol. 110: pp. 343.
...the book, and an index. The entries themselves offer a wide range of terms from important figures in the traditions, such as Aurobindo and Ramanuja, to technical terms such as shakti (power) and vidya (knowledge) and traditions, such as Advaita Vedanta and...
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Hopes, Tensions and Complexity: Indian Students' Reflections on the Relationship of Values to Management Education and Future Career Options
Fran Siememsara Journal of Human Values, 10 1998; vol. 4: pp. 167 - 181.
...postgraduate man- agement students. Both Chakraboriy's publications'I and this Centre have celebrated the writings of Gandhi, Tagore, Aurobindo and Vivekananda. Although focusing on those scholars who at- tempted to blend the best of Eastern and Western philosophy and...
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Book Reviews : Madhurendra K. Varma, Managing More Effectively: A Professional Approach to get the Best out of People. New Delhi: Response Books, A division of Sage Publications, 1997, 283 pp. Rs 295
Elan Kumaran Uti Journal of Human Values, 4 1998; vol. 4: pp. 125 - 128.
...ethical value and shows how the stages of ethical development proposed by Kohlberg are analogous to the stages described by Sri Aurobindo (p. 108). He highlights the use- fulness of Indian psychological traditions in these processes and demonstrates the same through...
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Spirituality-at-Work in the Land of Dollar God
Kalburgi M. Srinivas Journal of Human Values, 4 1998; vol. 4: pp. 45 - 64.
...The California Institute of Integral Studies offers MBA and doctoral programmes based on the teachings of Indian sage Sri Aurobindo. The Maharshi Univer- sity of Management in Iowa offers similar programmes that include Transcendental Meditation techniques...
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Book Reviews : R.C. Sekhar, Ethical Choices in Business. New Delhi: Response Books, A division of Sage Publications, 1997, 265 pp. Rs 395 (cloth), Rs 225 (paper)
C. Panduranga Bhatta Journal of Human Values, 4 1998; vol. 4: pp. 128 - 129.
...ethical value and shows how the stages of ethical development proposed by Kohlberg are analogous to the stages described by Sri Aurobindo (p. 108). He highlights the use- fulness of Indian psychological traditions in these processes and demonstrates the same through...
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Book Reviews : Rajmohan Gandhi, The Good Boatman. New Delhi: Viking, 1995, i-xix + 350 pp., Rs 350
S.K. Chakraborty Journal of Human Values, 10 1997; vol. 3: pp. 225 - 227.
...Institute of Management, Calcutta, consec- rated as it is to Rabindranath Tagore, Swami Vivekananda, Mahatma Gandhi and Sri Aurobindo, looks at this book as a manifold national manifestation by Gandhi of what his 226 two seniors Tagore and Vivekananda had...
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Book Reviews : Agnes Nobel, Educating through Art: The Steiner School Approach. Edinburgh: Floris Books, 1996, 301 pp, £14.99
S.K. Chakraborty Journal of Human Values, 10 1997; vol. 3: pp. 233 - 235.
...necessity of manifesting subjective realization in the objective conditions of the world (p. 165) coincides perfectly with Sri Aurobindo's theory of 'Integral Yoga'- integral implying the holistic integration of subjective spiritual growth, reflecting itself...
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Management Education and the Teaching of Ethics: Pedagogy, Practice and the Challenge of a New Initiative
Ananta Kumar Giri Journal of Human Values, 4 1997; vol. 3: pp. 3 - 19.
...ofAmerica (Durham: Duke University Press, 1990); Ananta Giri, 'The Quest for a Universal Morality: Jurgen Habermas and Sri Aurobindo', The Indian Journal of Social Science, 1994; 'Universities and the Hori- zons of the Future', University News, November 1995...
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The Ecumenical Route
Christian Godin Diogenes, 1 1996; vol. 44: pp. 119 - 136.
...but it shines for the Caodaists alone. The greatest thinkers of modern India are all ecumenists: Ramakrishna, Vivekananda, Aurobindo, Gandhi. For all of them, Krishna and Jesus, Rama and Allah are one and the same person, one and the same absolute. But the...
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Maitrayee Chaudhuri, Indian Women's Movement: Reform and Revival. New Delhi: Radiant Publishers. 210 pages. Rs. 300
Leela Kasturi Indian Journal of Gender Studies, 9 1994; vol. 1: pp. 273 - 277.
...highly emotional revivalist reasoning which identified the nation as mother. The chief politi- cal thinkers of this genre were Aurobindo, Vivekananda, Tilak, Sister Nivedita (who established a direct link between the role of women and the role of the nation...
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Book Reviews : NICHOLAS B. DIRKS, The Hollow Crown, Ethnohistory of an Indian King dom,1987, CUP. 406 pp. plus appendix
Majid H. Siddiqi Indian Economic & Social History Review, 3 1994; vol. 31: pp. 108 - 110.
...ideas and ideologies ranging from the liberal outlook of Raja Rammohan Roy and Ranade to the more militant voice of Tilak, Aurobindo, Bankimchandra, M.N. Roy, Nehru and Gandhi. Almost all the essayists adopt a similar strategy while presenting the ideas of...
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Book Reviews : THOMAS PANTHAM and KENNETH L. DEUTSCH eds., Political Thought in Modern India, Sage Publications, New Delhi, 1986, pp. 362, Rs. 175
Gurpreet Mahajan Indian Economic & Social History Review, 3 1994; vol. 31: pp. 110 - 111.
...ideas and ideologies ranging from the liberal outlook of Raja Rammohan Roy and Ranade to the more militant voice of Tilak, Aurobindo, Bankimchandra, M.N. Roy, Nehru and Gandhi. Almost all the essayists adopt a similar strategy while presenting the ideas of...
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Popular culture, community, power: Three studies of modern Indian social history
Sumit Sarkar Studies in History, 8 1992; vol. 8: pp. 309 - 323.
...develop, pre-existing forms of collective cere- monial or protest. Thus the images of Bharat Mata, the Rani of Jhansi, Tilak, Aurobindo and Lajpat Rai in many North Indian Ramlilas in 19111 (Chapter 6) are subsumed for Freitag entirely under the fabric of broaden...
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Men's and Women's Names: A Study of a Brahman Community
Martine Van Woerkens Diogenes, 1 1990; vol. 38: pp. 104 - 130.
...in the &dquo; Quit India Movement&dquo; and friend of Gandhi, poet, musician and singer; Arvind from Arvindbabu, pronounced Aurobindo in Bengali) or from more distant eras (such as Asok, from the 126 name of an emperor converted to Buddhism who placed his...
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Tagore and China
Reena Ganguli China Report, 8 1989; vol. 25: pp. 237 - 248.
...religion. In Indian history, religious leaders like the Buddha, Shankaracharya, Guru Nanak, Ramakrishna, Vivekananda and Sri Aurobindo have always been in the forefront of social reforms. Even non-religious leaders like Tagore and Gandhi upheld the spiritual...
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