Monday, December 08, 2008

Banerji's eagerness to eradicate the disease of the religion of Aurobindonianity

[Re: The Evolution of Discourse and The Lives of Sri Aurobindo
Debashish on Sat 06 Dec 2008 02:38 AM PST Profile Permanent Link The arduous and disciplined thinking of a Heidegger, Foucault or Derrida walks perpetually at the edges of human possibility, testing the limits of language... a discipline of deconstruction (the social equivalent of "rejection" in the triple formula of the yoga)... by Debashish on Fri 05 Dec 2008 01:22 PM PST Profile Permanent Link its dynamic rejection of all and every stereotype and sastric injunction (sarva dharman parityajya) and its surrender to the Nameless Unborn Impossible of infinite distance who is yet very near and intimate to us as our very Self. by Debashish on Sun 07 Dec 2008 04:07 PM PST Profile Permanent Link]

It is heartening to note Debashish Banerji put on his thinking cap again by shedding the horns that he had developed during the last couple of months. But it is puzzling to see his eagerness to eradicate “the disease of the religion of Aurobindonianity” although The Mother and Sri Aurobindo never visualized such a scenario in the short run. Defending denial and doubt is as paramount as their other extreme in the dialectic. [TNM]

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