Why I Critiqued Bhagavan Das On The Evils Of Nationalism

Any mention or criticism of Bhagavan Das in THE IRONY OF APOLITICISM, is not reflective of the author’s view about the work and life of Dr. Bhagavan Das, whose main three volume-length books remain guides for me. I was critiquing the ‘fallacy of apoliticism,’ and the Post-War Foreign Policy and socio-religio-political mentality known as internationalism Continue reading Why I Critiqued Bhagavan Das On The Evils Of Nationalism

Apoliticism in the Theosophical Movement (1875-1935)

A. There is a reason to be skeptical of the idea the Theosophical Movement was APOLITICAL. What some people mean by the term is centrist. If you are apolitical, it means you are a centrist to some people, but this is relative to where you live, because in the political life of Canadians, associating apolitical with centrism Continue reading Apoliticism in the Theosophical Movement (1875-1935)