Vydūno filosofijos pagrindai (ontologinis aspektas)

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Lietuvių kalba / Lithuanian
Vydūno filosofijos pagrindai (ontologinis aspektas)
Alternative Title:
Basic of the Vydūnas philosophy (onthological aspect)
Ankščiau paskelbtas leidinyje: Tiltai [Bridges] [Brücken]. 2001, Nr. 2 (15)
LDB Open.
Absoliutas; Būtis; Dievas; Dvasia; Materija; Materija, Vydūnas; Pasaulis; Realybė; Sąmonė; Vedanta; Žmogus.
Absolute; Being; Consciousness; Existence; God; Man; Matter; Reality; Spirituality; Vedanta; Vydunas; World.
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LTStraipsnyje išryškinama įžymaus lietuvių mąstytojo, Mažosios Lietuvos kultūros veikėjo Vydūno (1863-1953) filosofijos pamatinė dalis - būties samprata. Nustatoma, kad toji samprata remiasi į pagrindinius senosios indų filosofijos sistemos - vedamos postulatu. [Iš leidinio]

ENThe Vydūnian philosophy was formed as a theoretical substantiation of the optimal model in the life of the nation and the man. The essential part of the basics of this philosophy is constructed from the postulates of Vedanta, an ancient Indian school of philosophy. According to these postulates, there is only one reality, - the absolute soul. The world including the man as its part, is only its certain state, a manifestation, even an image, fun, illusion. However, this manifestation is treated by Vydūnas as a real one. The essence of the man is spiritual. It is an individual manifestation (atman) of the absolute (brahman). Brahman and atman are as identical, as the essence of a waterdrop is identical to the essence of the ocean substance. The world is part of the absolute, which is constantly changing, becoming more perfect, going back to the absolute through evolution. In this respect the philosophy of Vydūnas is pantheistic: absolute soul is both in the world and beyond it. In embracing these spheres of natural consciousness, the man transcends them. His essence originates from three hypostases of the pure soul: Atmu (soul, omnipotence), Buddhi (ligt, wisdom) and Manas (love). [Text from author]

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