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One of the most profoundly religious books of our time - The Spectator Science is a system of second causes which cannot describe the world adequately much less account for it. In this remarkable treatise Radhakrishnan explores aspects of the modern intellectual debate on science vis-a-vis religion and the vain attempts to find a substitute for religion. He discusses drawing upon the traditions of East and West the nature and validity of religious experience.Finally he creates a fine vision of mans evolution and the emergence of higher values. The range of subjects combined with the authors own faith undogmatic and free of creed makes this book a philosophical education in itself.

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An Idealist View Of Life

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  • ISBN: 9788172238445
  • Author: Radhakrishnan S.
  • Publisher: HarperCollins
  • Pages: 376
  • Format: Paperback
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One of the most profoundly religious books of our time - The Spectator Science is a system of second causes which cannot describe the world adequately much less account for it. In this remarkable treatise Radhakrishnan explores aspects of the modern intellectual debate on science vis-a-vis religion and the vain attempts to find a substitute for religion. He discusses drawing upon the traditions of East and West the nature and validity of religious experience.Finally he creates a fine vision of mans evolution and the emergence of higher values. The range of subjects combined with the authors own faith undogmatic and free of creed makes this book a philosophical education in itself.

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