India's True Voice
By: Kuhn, Alvin Boyd
A Critique of Oriental Philosophy. “The world is dangerously divided between the two great sectors of East and West. At the moment of writing the schism is marked by a differentiation in the philosophies of economics, government, politics and other elements. It therefore becomes an enterprise charged with the mightiest import for world life for ages in the future, that the West should acquaint itself familiarly with the message of India’s True Voice.” Contents: This Evil World; The Imprisoned Splendor; Heaven Woos Earth; Wedding in the Temple; The Garden of the World; The Pattern in the Mount; Maya and Lila; Veil of the Absolute; Mother of Reality; Lens of the Mind; Real and the Actual; Intellectual Love of God; Epiphany of Nature; Eternal in the Flux; First That Which is Natural; On the Brink of the Void; Truancy From Life’s School; Panorama of Reality; Flower of the Intellect; Pilgrim in the Infinite; Image of Supermind; Epithalamium.