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Книга A Mathematician Explains A Mathematician Explains Книги Математика Автор: Mayme I. Logsdon Год издания: 1937 Формат: djvu Издат.:University Of Chicago Press Страниц: two hundred Размер: 1,9 ISBN: B000O01DLG Язык: Английский0 (голосов: zero) Оценка:A Mathematician Explains

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This, they say, is appropriate. Each is but a symbol that points to something beyond; and as none exhausts God’s actual nature, the entire array is needed to complete the picture of God’s aspects and manifestations’ (Smith 1991, p. 36). Hindus Hinduism: dharma and active citizenship 27 simultaneously acknowledge that Brahman has no form but that they require a form to assist with their worship of him. Hindu priests note this apparent contradiction in the following invocation often used at the openings of temples: ‘Though art everywhere, but I worship you here; Though art without form, but I worship you in these forms; Thou needest no praise, yet I offer you these prayers and salutations’.

Together, these concepts provide great scope for Hindus to assume the role of what is known in the development literature as active citizens (see Clarke and Missingham 2009). Hinduism and active citizenship Hinduism is a positive religion that urges its followers to yearn to live a 32 Development and religion hundred years (Isavasya Upanishad). The world is a good place and filled with opportunity to find enjoyment. ‘It exhorts its followers to be realistic and hold on to what is good, giving up what may be pleasant but not good’ (Bhaskarananda 2002, p.

Having reached the moon, they become food, and then the Devas feed on them there, as sacrificers feed on Soma, as it increases and decreases. But when this (the result of their good works on earth) ceases, they return again to that ether, from ether to the air, from the air to rain, from rain to the earth. And when they have reached the earth, they become food, they are offered again in the altarfire, which is man, and thence are born in the fire of woman. Thus they rise up towards the worlds, and go the same round as before.

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