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Philosophy: wisdom-chariot of the mind
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. Published on srichinmoylibrary.com with the permission of Sri Chinmoy. This is the 1287th book written by Sri Chinmoy after he came to the West in 1964.
Table of Contents
Question: How can I prove that I am not a figment of somebody else's imagination?
Question: I tend to think that philosophy is dry. Can it also be thrilling?
Question: Do you agree that some people are led to spirituality through philosophy first?
Question: What are the best qualities of Western philosophy as opposed to Eastern philosophy?
Question: Has philosophy helped man's evolution?
Question: Are there truths inside us that cannot be expressed, but are real, and at some time will we be able to express them?
Question: What is the ultimate limit of philosophy?
Question: Can philosophy prove God's existence?
Question: Is it important for each human being to have a philosophy to live by?
Question: When a realisation that comes through inner aspiration is expressed verbally, is that considered philosophy?
Question: Will philosophy stand the test of time?
Question: What has been the contribution of Western and Eastern philosophy to mankind's evolution?
Question: Can philosophy satisfy any other part of our being aside from our mind?
Question: Is there a single philosophical reply that will answer all questions?
Question: Does philosophy have any significance to offer a spiritual person?
Question: What is the philosophy for humanity for the New Millennium?
Question: What is God's most important philosophy?
Question: Does God like philosophy?
Question: Does philosophy ever come from the illumined mind?
Question: When will we no longer want or need philosophy?
Question: What is the difference between the mind's philosophy and the heart's philosophy?
Question: Does philosophy exist in other worlds?
Question: What is stronger than philosophy?
Question: Can the study of philosophy also promote spiritual progress?
Question: What is the best philosophy for a spiritual seeker?
Question: Is philosophy really a degree of truth or is there something more?
Question: Is there a danger of getting lost in philosophy?
Question: What is the difference between a good seeker and a great philosopher?
Question: How can I better live the philosophy that you have already put forward?
Question: When will philosophy die in our mind?
Question: How can we make spiritual philosophy a living reality in our life?
Question: Is there any consolation in philosophy?
Question: Is philosophy a waste of time?
Question: What is the role of logic in philosophy? Is it necessary?
Question: Can philosophy ever bring inner joy?
Question: What is the difference between philosophy and religion?
Question: What is the difference between Heaven's philosophy and hell's philosophy?
Question: Is there anyone who does not have a philosophy of life?
Question: What is the best way to express the soul's wisdom through philosophy?
Question: Can philosophy help a mind that is already confused?
Question: What is the reason why you personally appreciate philosophy?
Question: How do you compare the consciousness of philosophy and that of poetry?
Question: When did you study philosophy?
Question: Is any Western philosophy really deeply spiritual?
Question: Could you speak a little about the Greek philosophers?
Question: What is your view of the Vedic philosophers versus the Western philosophers?
Question: What is the main difference between a devotee and a philosopher?
Question: How can I prove that I am not a figment of somebody else's imagination? ›
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