Science of the Absolute index
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Created on Monday, 20 October 2008 19:13
Last Updated on Thursday, 02 July 2015 21:23
Published on Monday, 20 October 2008 19:13
Written by Patrick Misson
AN INTEGRATED SCIENCE OF THE ABSOLUTE
by Nataraja Guru
"An Integrated Science of the Absolute" is Nataraja Guru's commentary on Narayana Guru's major philosophical work, the Darsana Mala.
For each of the ten Darsanas of the poem, he provides examples of its philosophical viewpoint: from the side of Indian Philosophy as well as from that of Western Philosophy and Science.
He covers a wide range of subjects, from a detailed critique of Einstein to Heidegger, Sartre, Descartes, Western and Islamic mysticism, as well as a survey of all the schools of Indian Philosophy and much more.
Using the search option for the site on the upper right-hand corner of the screen will give the reader some idea of the broad scope of this work.
Editor's note: we apologise for the typographical and other errors which have appeared in the text in the course of various migrations and changes of format. We are doing our best to eliminate them by an ongoing process of revision but, sadly, many may still subsist unnoticed. Please be so kind as to inform us of any irregularities you may come across.
Introduction to Part 2
Didhiti - the verses of the Darsana Mala with a short commentary directly inspired by the author, Narayana Guru: