Aurobindo on Ethics

”The attempt of human thought to force an ethical meaning into the whole of Nature is one of those acts of wilful and obstinate self-confusion, one of those pathetic attempts of the human being to read himself, his limited habitual human self into all things and judge them from the stand-point he has personally evolved, which most effectively prevent him from arriving at real knowledge and complete sight.” Sri Aurbindo Birth Centenary Library: Vol. 18, p. 96.
Pradeep Garg

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