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A Personalist Foundation for Social Sciences

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The Unity of All Scientific Subjects I used the last article to weave many seemingly disjointed ideas—modalities, inseparability, qualities, how the illusion of motion is created without a motion by revelation and hiding of modes, how this leads to alternative ideas of space and time, an alternative conception of laws […]

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The Philosophy of Masculine and Feminine

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Introduction and Overview A soul has three tendencies called sat (consciousness), chit (meaning), and ananda (pleasure), and its choices draw a compromise between meaning and pleasure. The original sat-chit-ananda Absolute Truth creates five forms—Kṛṣṇa, Rāma, Hara, Ramā, and Jīvā, called the pañca-tattva or five categories. Two of these are masculine […]