Monthly Archives: November 2013

The Lives of Sri Aurobindo

As I am just finishing the reading of Peter Heehs’s The Lives of Sri Aurobindo, I find it hard to understand the negative reactions and controversies it has triggered. The book offers a balanced and nuanced (non-hagiographical) perspective on the life … Continue reading

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Voegelin and Whitehead’s Process Theology (preliminary remarks)

As I am moving forward into the study of the intellectual background of Voegelin’s philosophy, I am starting to realize the importance of Whitehead’s Process Philosophy in shaping Voegelin’s critique of traditional metaphysics and his reading of Plato. I came … Continue reading

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