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Moksha, Afterlife and Science

Author Name: Venkata Mohan | Format: Paperback | Genre : Philosophy | Other Details

What constitutes spiritual enlightenment, also called moksha or nirvana? Is there something amiss in the way enlightenment has been construed down the ages? Are the ego and the desires of the mind as bad as they are made out to be in the spiritual traditions? What does modern science say about mind, self and consciousness? Can robots ever be conscious? Is there any scientific evidence for soul, karma and rebirth? Is there indeed something like universal consciousness? What is meditation?

This book makes you reflect on such profound issues of life in a new light, while bringing out the limitations of Indian spiritual traditions as well as of modern science.

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Venkata Mohan

Venkata Mohan is the director of Feynman IAS, based in Hyderabad. A B.Tech from IIT-Madras, he teaches sociology and cultural anthropology, training IAS aspirants for these as well as ethics and essay papers. He has authored several books including Sociological Thought: In the Light of J. Krishnamurti’s Philosophy, Ethical Thought and his autobiography Marriage of a Monk: A Story of My Ideas and Life.