Wednesday, May 12, 2010

Burke, Fichte, Hegel, Mazzini, Renan, and Sri Aurobindo

The Political Philosophy of Sri Aurobindo - Google Books Result V. P. Varma - 1990 - Philosophy - 494 pages
He is not in the habit of mentioning names but his theory of the soul of nation, we have seen, has remarkable Hegelian affiliations. His conception of the nation as a psychological unit is comparable to that of Renan. Both Fichte and Aurobindo believe in the immortality of the nation. Aurobindo does not mention Burke but several important leaders of
India like Surendranath Banerjea, Gokhale and Pal were influenced by Burke ... and it may be possible that Aurobindo has been influenced indirectly by Burke
East and West in Aurobindo's Political Philosophy VP Varma - Philosophy East and West, 1955 – JSTOR
The writings of such Western political writers as Burke, Mazzini, and Mill influenced several Indian leaders. ... II, pp. 301-302n. 'Sri Aurobindo, The Ideal of the Karmayogin (Calcutta: Arya Publishing House, 1945), p. 18. 240 Page 7. ...
Sri Aurobindo's Letters On Savitri - Part V
Demosthenes, Cicero, Bossuet and Burke are rhetoricians, but their work ranks with the greatest prose styles that have been left to us. Savitri: a legend and a symbol‎ - Page 793
Also I remember the days when he was teaching us Reflections on the French
Revolution by BurkeSri Aurobindo never took the help of the book and never ...
True to his empiricism and conservatism Burke thought of the French Revolution as a sharp and irrational departure from the traditional mode of settlement ...
their heart's content at the fountain of Burke, Bentham, Mill and Spencer,
and were quoting
Gladstone and Morley, Sri Aurobindo along with Tilak pleaded 

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