Perfect Philosophy Adi Da Samraj

ISBN: 9781570972317

Published: July 1st 2007

Paperback

192 pages


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Perfect Philosophy  by  Adi Da Samraj

Perfect Philosophy by Adi Da Samraj
July 1st 2007 | Paperback | PDF, EPUB, FB2, DjVu, talking book, mp3, RTF | 192 pages | ISBN: 9781570972317 | 7.66 Mb

In this book, Adi Da radicalizes the question of knowledge and its inherent limits, and offers a way of life that originates and operates beyond those limits. Adi Da pushes us far beyond the boundaries the consideration of modern philosophers. WhatMoreIn this book, Adi Da radicalizes the question of knowledge and its inherent limits, and offers a way of life that originates and operates beyond those limits. Adi Da pushes us far beyond the boundaries the consideration of modern philosophers.

What is at stake are the same issues: What is reality? In this book, Adi Da radicalizes the question of knowledge and its inherent limits, and offers a way of life that originates and operates beyond those limits. Adi Da pushes us far beyond the boundaries the consideration of modern philosophers.

What is at stake are the same issues: What is reality? What is consciousness? What is self? What is the world? What can we know? Like Wittgenstein, Adi Da speaks with mathematical exactness and rigor, offering answers that are not really answers, but pointers to a radical limit that must be understood and transcended. Adi Da offers the reader a solution to the problem of life by offering a way that is radically free from the fundamental point of view. He says that as soon as point of view is assumed at the root of ones being, problem arises and then the great search for a solution begins.

This great search is what has generated all the schools and traditions of philosophy. The paradox is therefore that Perfect Philosophy is not a process in mind, it has no ideas. So listen carefully and you might hear the wordless and silent paradox of the Divine Itself, prior to all reasons, beliefs and mere ideas.



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