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Theos-World Re: Yogi Ramacharaka

Apr 19, 2000 06:52 PM
by Theosophy World Editor

Hi. Sorry about the delay in my reply. I don't have an answer myself
for your question, but I'll post it to the theos-talk mailing list.
Perhaps someone on the list can help you. (Anyone reading this should
include "" in a "cc:" in their posting.)

-- Eldon Tucker


At 12:52 AM 4/9/00 +0800, you wrote:
>I accessed your site in search of information about Yogi Ramacharaka,
>but found none.  Perhaps there are scholars among you who can answer a
>question for me.  I recall reading in one of Yogi Ramacharaka's books
>about the yogic system of logic which contained specific references to
>"inductive" and "deductive" reasoning as well as direct experience.
>Thought it was in his first book on philosophy, but have not been able
>to find these references.  Any help will be greatly appreciated.
>Thomas Lincoln 

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