Social Philosophy and Codes
PROUT in a Nutshell (1-22 vols)
“Knowledge is of two kinds: intellectual and intuitional. Intellectual knowledge is based on experience, hence it is embedded in relativity. It cannot therefore claim to be absolute. Intuitional knowledge is transcendental in character. It dissects and analyses everything by itself, therefore it is absolute.
Problems of the Day
An analysis of the main social problems of today, dedicated to Subhash Chandra Bose, revolutionary leader of Indian independence.
Liberation of Intellect: Neohumanism
The book is a compilation of discourses on Neohumanism, the holistic philosophical theory elaborated by Sarkar and part of the philosophy of Ananda Marga. In this philosophy universalism plays a central role. If humanism tends to only cover the human dimension in a human-centric view, neohumanism, according to Sarkar, is instead the elevation of humanism to universalism.
Caryácarya is the samája shástra (social treatise) of Ananda Marga. These three volumes set out both the organization and the cultural basis of the Ananda Marga movement. In Part 1 the author not only gives Ananda Marga it governing boards and committees, but also provides guidelines for social functions that range from welcoming the tiny infant, to celebrating the spring, to remembering the dead.
Caryácarya is the samája shástra (social treatise) of Ananda Marga. These three volumes set out both the organization and the cultural basis of the Ananda Marga movement. Part 2 gives many guidelines for conduct in a progressive society – i.e., a society of individuals moving towards the Supreme.
To the Patriots
This discourse examines the benefits and limitations of patriotism.
Proutist Economics has brought all of the author’s published discourses on economics together in one volume for the first time. The author states that economics should free human beings from mundane problems so that all will have increasing opportunities for intellectual and spiritual expansion.
In Human Society Part 1 the author demonstrates at the outset that society must be built on a foundation of morality and must move progressively forward in order to establish itself in universal humanism.
A Discussion (Discourses on Prout)
A summary of lectures delivered by P. R. Sarkar to the first conference of Proutists.
Neohumanism in a Nutshell vol 1
The author describes the importance of freeing the human intellect from limitation and divisive dogma, and of curbing exploitative tendencies.
Neohumanism in a Nutshell vol 2
The author details how a universal spiritual outlook can unify all of humanity, and, in contrast, how our current limitations keep millions of human and other living beings from realizing their potential.
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