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- n. The condition of being integral
from the GNU version of the Collaborative International Dictionary of English
- n. Entireness.
from The Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia
- n. The quality of being integral; entireness.
from WordNet 3.0 Copyright 2006 by Princeton University. All rights reserved.
- n. the state of being total and complete
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In the context of the Purna Stotra you cannot really translate it with "integrality".
To claim that the sale of the Rose Art Museum's collection would not damage the academic mission of the university reveals a shockingly gross misunderstanding of its integrality to the fine arts curriculum on the part of the Board of Trustees.
The unmatched integrality The Mother represents will entice the inhabitants of all continents in a not far off future.
This is the human condition and we are expected to grow from partiality to integrality.
We are expected to grow from partiality to integrality
In the integrality of "all life is yoga" there is no dichotomy between reading and adulating.
There too, I do not wish to press the "free speech" argument for its own sake, but for the integrality of an evolving experience from the ignorant life to the divine life.
While swabhav is the final veto, sacrificing integrality is not a very admirable trait.
Such literal technique sits ill upon the integrality that The Mother and Sri Aurobindo embody and assure to manifest.
While bhakti is an essential component of Sri Aurobindo's Yoga, the attempt to limit its modes of expression to those of a specific tradition, let alone to narrow, intolerant forms, is a violation of the Yoga's integrality.
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