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    Tiwari, Devendra Nath
    The value of language lies in expressing knowledge and that of knowledge in causing incentive to action. Different from language as representation and reference, the discussion herein takes language is expression that expresses itself its own nature f . . .
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    Tiwari, Devendra Nath
    Philosophy begins with some problem caused by some or the other sense of illusion, doubt, confusion, inconsistency, incompleteness, etc., we confront when we become reflective or self-conscious of in a theorization, or conceptualization on a concept a . . .
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    Tiwari, Devendra Nath
    Human life is a process of learning and cultivation to reach wisdom, and it for this purpose that education, since the dawn of civilization and culture, is seen as the highest value system. Education is not concerned only with the cultivation of skill . . .
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    Tiwari, Devendra Nath
    Understanding an indivisible cognition through the analytic part has its own beauty that we can call analytic skill, but that must aim at clarity and conception of the cognition which is a whole approached through individual steps. Composite forms hav . . .
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    Tiwari, Devendra Nath
    In the present time of utilitarianism our strength of collecting more and more civilizational height and imperialistic power, ethical relativism, and pleasureseeking ideologies that believe in minimizing human rationality and maximizing emotions and p . . .
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    Tiwari, Devendra Nath
    No reality can get the value of being reality if it is beyond knowledge. It cannot be life and part of practice and cannot serve for the welfare if it is not revealed determinately. It is trivial to say that my reality is beyond my knowledge, separate . . .
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    Tiwari, Devendra Nath
    Going through the texts on Indian philosophical systems we find that the chief purpose of them is to find a solution against the conflicting ideas, digging out the problems, removing doubts of the opponents and getting freedom from them. Unless the th . . .
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    Tiwari, Devendra Nath
    Indian Philosophical thinking is centered to freedom from problems and the basic problem is identified as ignorance. Ignorance gives birth to all limitations, conflicts, sorrow and suffering. The purpose of philosophical thinking is therapeutic that i . . .