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Los mejores libros jamás escritos. Un diálogo entre el dios y el hombre que muestra los caminos de l. a. acción, los angeles devoción y el conocimiento de Oriente. «Todos los seres nacen en los angeles ilusión, l. a. ilusión de los angeles división procedente del deseo y el odio.»

Este texto forma parte del libro VI del Mahabharata, y fue escrito probablemente en los siglos I o II a.C. No se conocen sus autores. Se presenta como un diálogo entre Arjuna y Krisna, en el campo de batalla, justo cuando va a empezar los angeles guerra entre los Pandaras y los Kauravas. El miedo a l. a. batalla inicia un diálogo a través del cual se traza una sinopsis del pensamiento y experiencia religiosa de l. a. India, que aglutina los caminos de los angeles acción, los angeles devoción y el conocimiento.

A Juan Mascaró se debe una de las traducciones más célebres de los angeles Bhagavad Gita, que aquí presentamos en versión castellana de José Manuel Abeleira frente al sánscrito original.

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«Cuando las dudas me persiguen, cuando l. a. desilusión me mira fijamente a los angeles cara y no veo ningún rayo de esperanza en el horizonte, me dirijo hacia Bhagavad Gita y busco un verso que me reconforte.»

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Much had to be sifted through to determine which remembrances were accurate, but always the interviewees were gracious and helpful. Particularly to be mentioned and thanked are Professor Sarvepalli Gopal of Jawaharlal Nehru University; Professor B. R. Pai, Professor S. Jagadisan and S. Ramaswami of Madras Presidency College; Professor T. R. V. Murti and L. N. Sharma of Banaras Hindu University; Professor A. Panneerselvam and Professor M. Raghuram Singh of Teachers' College, Saidepet; Professor R.

His first exposure to philosophy came in a logic class taught by V. P. Adiseshiah, who would be the school's principal from 19381944. Adiseshiah was a converted Telugu brahman, who provided the Page 6 first model of philosophy for the young student, but in doing so he was also one who had rejected Radhakrishnan's tradition in the process. The question was, then, would Radhakrishnan also have to do so in order to be a philosopher? It was also during this period on May 8, 1903 that Radhakrishnan was married to his first cousin, Siva Kumaramma.

G. A. from Edinburgh. His earliest philosophy teacher was Professor A. S. Pringle-Pattison (18561931), who had come to the position that religious experience and philosophy shared the same goal. Hogg also came under the influence of the school of German theology associated with Albert Ritschl. "10 He served as professor until 1928. After two years as Acting Principal, he was appointed Principal in 1930, in which office he continued until his retirement in 1938. Hogg later spoke of his reactions to and his grappling with Indian thought in these early years as central and exciting concerns of his being as a teacher-missionary: Page 8 To be brought right up against an alien ideologyto have to reorientate one's faith, or rather (in the strict sense of the term) to have to orientate it, to make it face towards the inherited problems of the East instead of those problems of the West which had determined its traditional alignmentthat was a situation whose unescapable challenge absorbed every ounce of one's intellectual energy.

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