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Book Details


Master`s Mind
Manifestations of Consciousness Sri Aurobindo in Western Thought
Daniel Albuquerque
Bibliography : 165pp., Demy 8vo.
HB ISBN (10) : 8188629219
HB ISBN (13) : 9788188629213




(HB) List Price US$ : 13
(HB) We Sell At US$ : 11
   


About the Book:

Right thinking is not only about understanding concepts, it means creativity, self-confidence, a power, and a force to act. Good thinking is encouraging, inspiring, refreshing and enjoyable. The whole book seems to be dedicated to this uplifting and enriching energy, which is quite comforting and soothing, too. Its mood then is both compassionate and strong.

As a good commentator who is a good interpreter, Daniel Albuquerque has placed Master's Mind on a wider basis and put it in a different perspective, namely Western thought with which he is well acquainted. The major terms such as "force", "consciousness", "ethics", "meaning", "space", "time", "life", "death" are delineated in their Western setting, and they are related to Sir Aurobindo's philosophy. Sometimes he uses them as a background contrasting them to Indian thought, sometimes to add them to Sir Aurobindo's ideas but in any case he surpasses them. Western concepts may be helpful but all in all they lack the richness they can gain within Sri Aurobindo's more general survey. Albuquerque's approach is very insightful when he tackles Kant, Brentano, Husserl, Heidegger, Nietzsche and the 20th century positivists in an analytical tradition where his contribution is siginificant; they are wisely rearranged according to the needs of the objective. It is the true characteristic of a good commentary, which expands understanding by building bridges to other profound ideas.



About the Author:

Daniel Albuquerque, born in India in 1954, is a student of Economics, Literature and Philosophy, who studied and obtained his doctorate from the University of Wuerzburg, Germany and is the member of Franz Brentano Re search Institute of the same university. A distinctive and independent thinker in his own right, he is the author of books, articles and free-lance contributions; his interests span from Philosphy and Economics to Politics and Education. Presently, he is the faculty at Goa Institute of Management.

Master`s Mind, by Daniel Albuquerque

 

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