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Title: Intuition v/s. Intellect: Dr. S. Radhakrishnan’s ‘Integral Experience’
Authors: Chanda, Anirban
Tiwari, Yashowardhan
Keywords: S. Radhakrishnan
Philosopher of science
Advaita Vedanta
Issue Date: 26-Dec-2019
Publisher: Indic Today
Citation: Chanda, A. and Tiwari, Y.(December 26, 2019). Intuition v/s. Intellect: Dr. S. Radhakrishnan’s ‘Integral Experience’.
Description: Today, Dr. Radhakrishnan should be regarded as a philosopher of science; who proposes an alternative view of science, calls for initiation of the rituals of thought experiments, demands a space, and respect for cognition and intuition, and throws up new challenges to the barren Western hegemonic narratives of rationality in a colonial setting. He conceived a synthesis of science and religion in the organic worldview of Advaita Vedanta. His was a worldview which had a place for say, telepathy, as a rational science, and where every act of intuition would open a new avenue to understanding the ultimate reality.
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