Category:Questions On... Other Philosophies, Philosophy in General
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- Plato says, "men must be brought up from childhood to feel pleasure and pain at the proper things, for this is correct education." So how does this correspond to the Vedic view of education?
- Prabhupada, is this philosophy like karma-mimamsa which is described in the Krsna book? Is this the same principle, where they feel that simply by their endeavor things will come, without the sanction of God? Is this karma-mimamsa?
- Simply they're analyzing the creative material elements (sankhya philosophers)?
- So how does he (Soren Aabye Kierkegaard) ever come to the point of religion if he wants men to make their own decisions? How can we make our own decisions according to him?
- So if I feel hungry, I become full of anxiety, "Where is food? Where is food?" He says that this anxiety...
- So in relation to your movement, where does Marxism stand?
- So what would you say, if Schopenhauer said this is the worst of all possible worlds? Because it is so full of frustration
- Spinoza writes, "The more we understand individual objects, the more we understand God." Is this the proper process? Wouldn't you say that the more we understand God the more we understand individual objects?
- Srila Prabhupada, did you speak about Kant's philosophy in that book also?
- The, the nature of the inferior and the superior energies are also described in the sankhya philosophy?
- Then how yato mata tato patha, became so strong?
- Then isn't it sankhya?
- Then this monism and dualism, then what about the Visista-advaita?
- They say he (the father) has passed away. But what is passed away?
- This is a continuation of Jung. Concerning whether or not karma is personal, Jung concludes, "Have I lived before in the past as a specific personality, and did I progress so far in that life that I am now able to seek a solution?"
- This is called utilitarian (called what?)
- Well in this sense Fichte is closer to Krsna consciousness than most impersonalists, because most impersonalist advocate inaction and meditation on the void, but,... how can you have action without action directed toward a person or toward...?
- What about some of the other schools that have grown up, people like Ouspensky and Gurdjieff and people who've brought a message similar to yours to the West in the past?
- What about the analogy that many rivers flow into the same sea and lose their individuality?
- What about the idea that God does not exist?
- What about the idea that God is evil?
- What does it mean when we say, "Philosophy is for fools"?
- What is the purpose of discussing him (Freud)?
- What is the synthesis?
- What must he mean by "until such time as a profound change in the material conditions imposed on humanity by nature should permit in spiritual matters of a profound transformation?"
- Why are you discussing them (we don't accept either Mao or Marx. We don't accept anyone)?
- Wouldn't you say that pretty much, that this philosophy is guiding a lot of the figures, the youth...?