Monday, October 29, 2007

Consensual knowledge of an universal subjectivity or subjective science

A Subjective Science? Re: "The Soul and Its journey" - by Nolini Kanta Gupta
by Debashish on Wed 19 Oct 2005 01:05 PM PDT Profile Permanent Link
Nolini's account is taken from both Sri Aurobindo and the Mother's knowledge and experience of this matter. But I believe it is also his own knowledge and experience since he was quite advanced in his knowledge of the inner workings of consciousness. So it seems to be consensual knowledge in Aurobindonian terms. This is the kind of subjective objectivity or universality I was referring to as the basis of a subjective science. Nolini is one of the few people who has scouted out this terrain. His writing is not just a study of tradition or a repetition of what Mother or Sri Aurobindo have said but an attempt at accuracy of articulation of what he has verified through inner knowledge or experience. A growing body of personal articulations of this kind could constitute the consensual knowledge of an universal subjectivity or subjective science bridging the life of the external senses with the truths of invisible realities. 11:10 AM

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