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The Future of Religion - सभी प्रस्तावों की तुलना करें

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N.V. Banerjee (?):

The Future of Religion (1981) (?)

डिलीवरी से: भारत

ISBN: 9788121502061 (?) या 8121502063, अज्ञात भाषा, Munshiram Manoharlal Publishers Pvt. Ltd. नई

350 (US$ 5,00)¹ + शिपिंग: 350 (US$ 5,00)¹ = 699 (US$ 10,00)¹(दायित्व के बिना)
शिपिंग लागत के लिए: CHE
विक्रेता/Antiquarian से, BookVistas
Munshiram Manoharlal Publishers Pvt. Ltd., 1981. First edition. hardcover. New. 15 x 23 cm. In this book Proffesor Banerjee has, among other things, made an attempt to show that the moods of the human mind characterizable as contemplative, meditative and Yogic are really devoid of genuinely religious significance, in as much as they are, in an ultimate analysis, ways of escape from the goal of human liberation. The religions of God as well as religions without God typified in ancient times also have been shown by the author. But then, religions without God have their positive counterpart in humanism, precisely the kind of religion which, as has been shown in the Second Part of this book. This book is sure to be of absorbing interest to men of religion, philosophers and the general reader alike. Printed Pages: 130.
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Nikunja Vihari Banerjee (?):

The Future Of Religion (1981) (?)

डिलीवरी से: भारत

ISBN: 9788121502061 (?) या 8121502063, अज्ञात भाषा, Munshiram Manoharlal Publishers Pvt. Ltd. , नई

294 (US$ 4,20)¹ + शिपिंग: 350 (US$ 5,00)¹ = 644 (US$ 9,20)¹(दायित्व के बिना)
शिपिंग लागत के लिए: CHE
विक्रेता/Antiquarian से, BookVistas
Munshiram Manoharlal Publishers Pvt. Ltd. , 1981. First. HB. New. 15 X 23. In this book Proffesor Banerjee has, among other things, made an attempt to show that the moods of the human mind characterizable as contemplative, meditative and Yogic are really devoid of genuinely religious significance, in as much as they are, in an ultimate analysis, ways of escape from the goal of human liberation. The religions of God as well as religions without God typified in ancient times also have been shown by the author. But then, religions without God have their positive counterpart in humanism, precisely the kind of religion which, as has been shown in the Second Part of this book. This book is sure to be of absorbing interest to men of religion, philosophers and the general reader alike.