The Meaning of the Glorious Qur’an(English Translation)
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The present volume attempts an in-depth study of the two secular schools of ‘Hindutva’ and Composite Nationalism’ which enjoy the status of being two mainstream theories of national political behaviour. In nutshell, the study concludes that though apparently at odds with each other, the two have at bottom fundamental similarities which has because Savarkar and Nehru who represented the two schools respectively shared a common outlook on most of the vital issues of life and world. For one thing, they both suffered from a deep schizoid in being hardcore rationalists and agnostics and at the same time being addicted to an irrational and romantic worship of past history. They also adopted meta ethical approach in caring more for ‘the great’ than for ‘the good’ while making assessment of a given idea.The basic claim of the author in the book is that the national doctrine can shed its parochialism only when subordinated to an overriding philosophy of humanism based on the spiritual nature of man and not vice versa.
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