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Humanity has stopped thinking reasoning and judging. And the human intellect remains emaciated Educational institutions merely focus on providing knowledge, intelligence with no plan or program to develop the intellect. The world today is all intelligence, no intellect.

The loss of intellect has left humans with stress, depression and disease. And a world infested with vandalism, militancy and terrorism. Humanity now faces an urgent need to rehabilitate, reconstruct the fallen intellect.

You are humans. You have the ability to rebuild the intellect. Rise above the crisis. Regain the sovereign status of the human species.

 

About the Author

Parthasarathy is an internationally acclaimed philosopher with a multi-disciplined academic base including post-graduation from London University. He has researched for over 'sixty years on the state of human beings and focused on the imperative need to revive, rehabilitate the human intellect. His resolve has emerged into four distinct avenues of service:

Vedanta Academy

Parthasarathy founded the Academy in January 1988 in Malavli Hills, 108 kms from Mumbai, India. It offers three-year residential courses designed to build intellectual ability and instil higher values of life in students from India and abroad.

Public Discourses

His discourses on intellectual development have captivated audiences the world over for more than forty years. And have been widely acclaimed by prestigious universities, institutions and organisations.

Corporate Seminars

Parthasarathy has been a distinguished resource of the Young Entrepreneur’s Organisation (YEO), Young Presidents' Organisation (YPO), World Presidents' Organisation (WPO), World Economic Forum and several multinational corporations.

Writings

He has published Ten books which present ancient philosophical teachings and wisdom of thinkers from the East and West. Two of them have earned bestselling status.

 

Preface

The human species alone, none other, needs an intellect for its survival. Hence it is blessed with this wondrous equipment to think, to reason and decide its course of action through life. Not realising the vital role the intellect plays in this world, humans have ignored and neglected it to a point of grievous fault.

Intellect is not intelligence. Intelligence is acquired from external agencies which renders one well informed, knowledgeable. But that does not build, improve one's intellect. The intellect has to be developed by oneself. There is no plan or program in the world today to develop the human intellect. The world has been imprudent in merely promoting and procuring different branches of knowledge. And people are left with a barren intellect.

The consequences of such negligence are immeasurable. Humanity is tom apart into divisions and demarcations. It has engendered bitterness and hatred, militancy and terrorism everywhere. The human race is now becoming an endangered species threatened with extinction.

You have the capacity and the expertise to avert this crisis. Arise. Save yourselves. Save the world.

 

Contents

 

  Preface 7
Chapter I The Fall 9
  Anatomy of Human Beings 10
Chapter II History of Human Development 15
  Age of Perception 15
  Age of Observation 16
  Age of Scientific Enquiry 17
  Age of Contemplation 18
  The Present Era 18
Chapter III Plant, Animal And Human 21
  The Three Species 21
  How the Species Function 23
  The Dilemma of Choice 24
  A Herd Instinct 30
Chapter IV The Mind Wreaks Havoc 35
  Likes and Dislikes 36
  Worry and Anxiety 37
  Desires 38
  You Know Not What You Want 40
  The Two Motivations 46
  Attachment 49
Chapter V The Vital Role of The Intellect 53
  Humanity has Stopped Thinking 53
  Result of Non-thinking 55
  Role of Faith 60
  Objectivity in Life 61
  How to Relate to the World 66
  Initiative versus Incentive 70
  The 3 C's to Success: Concentration, Consistency, Cooperation 74
Chapter VI Intellect Versus Intelligence 77
  Intellect is Not Intelligence 77
  Intelligence Does Not Develop Intellect 79
  Need to Develop Intellect 82
Chapter VII The Bane of The Educational System 87
  Mode of Education 88
  Liberal and Servile Education 89
  Knowledge versus Wisdom 92
  Intellect over Intelligence 94
  Svadharma One's Own Nature and Paradharma Alien Nature 94
  Study Time 96
  Essential Educational Material 99
Chapter VIII Consequences of Disregarding Intellect 101
  Mind loses its Sanity 103
  Mind becomes Destructive 105
  Choice of Action goes Wrong 106
  The Herd Instinct 107
  Attachment and Desire 107
  Ego and Complexes 109
  Success and Achievement Affected 110
  Effect on Religion 111
Chapter IX What Paucity Of Intellect Creates 113
  Freedom and Bondage 114
  Richness and Poverty 115
  Health and III health 116
  Love and Attachment 116
  Knowledge and Wisdom 118
  Abstinence and Enjoyment 118
  Mundane and Spiritual 120
Chapter X Wake Up, Save The World 123
  Two Types of Intellect 123
  Waker, Dreamer, Deep-Sleeper and Self 125
  Your Role in the Revival 132
  Therefore 134
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The Fall of The Human Intellect

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2007
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Humanity has stopped thinking reasoning and judging. And the human intellect remains emaciated Educational institutions merely focus on providing knowledge, intelligence with no plan or program to develop the intellect. The world today is all intelligence, no intellect.

The loss of intellect has left humans with stress, depression and disease. And a world infested with vandalism, militancy and terrorism. Humanity now faces an urgent need to rehabilitate, reconstruct the fallen intellect.

You are humans. You have the ability to rebuild the intellect. Rise above the crisis. Regain the sovereign status of the human species.

 

About the Author

Parthasarathy is an internationally acclaimed philosopher with a multi-disciplined academic base including post-graduation from London University. He has researched for over 'sixty years on the state of human beings and focused on the imperative need to revive, rehabilitate the human intellect. His resolve has emerged into four distinct avenues of service:

Vedanta Academy

Parthasarathy founded the Academy in January 1988 in Malavli Hills, 108 kms from Mumbai, India. It offers three-year residential courses designed to build intellectual ability and instil higher values of life in students from India and abroad.

Public Discourses

His discourses on intellectual development have captivated audiences the world over for more than forty years. And have been widely acclaimed by prestigious universities, institutions and organisations.

Corporate Seminars

Parthasarathy has been a distinguished resource of the Young Entrepreneur’s Organisation (YEO), Young Presidents' Organisation (YPO), World Presidents' Organisation (WPO), World Economic Forum and several multinational corporations.

Writings

He has published Ten books which present ancient philosophical teachings and wisdom of thinkers from the East and West. Two of them have earned bestselling status.

 

Preface

The human species alone, none other, needs an intellect for its survival. Hence it is blessed with this wondrous equipment to think, to reason and decide its course of action through life. Not realising the vital role the intellect plays in this world, humans have ignored and neglected it to a point of grievous fault.

Intellect is not intelligence. Intelligence is acquired from external agencies which renders one well informed, knowledgeable. But that does not build, improve one's intellect. The intellect has to be developed by oneself. There is no plan or program in the world today to develop the human intellect. The world has been imprudent in merely promoting and procuring different branches of knowledge. And people are left with a barren intellect.

The consequences of such negligence are immeasurable. Humanity is tom apart into divisions and demarcations. It has engendered bitterness and hatred, militancy and terrorism everywhere. The human race is now becoming an endangered species threatened with extinction.

You have the capacity and the expertise to avert this crisis. Arise. Save yourselves. Save the world.

 

Contents

 

  Preface 7
Chapter I The Fall 9
  Anatomy of Human Beings 10
Chapter II History of Human Development 15
  Age of Perception 15
  Age of Observation 16
  Age of Scientific Enquiry 17
  Age of Contemplation 18
  The Present Era 18
Chapter III Plant, Animal And Human 21
  The Three Species 21
  How the Species Function 23
  The Dilemma of Choice 24
  A Herd Instinct 30
Chapter IV The Mind Wreaks Havoc 35
  Likes and Dislikes 36
  Worry and Anxiety 37
  Desires 38
  You Know Not What You Want 40
  The Two Motivations 46
  Attachment 49
Chapter V The Vital Role of The Intellect 53
  Humanity has Stopped Thinking 53
  Result of Non-thinking 55
  Role of Faith 60
  Objectivity in Life 61
  How to Relate to the World 66
  Initiative versus Incentive 70
  The 3 C's to Success: Concentration, Consistency, Cooperation 74
Chapter VI Intellect Versus Intelligence 77
  Intellect is Not Intelligence 77
  Intelligence Does Not Develop Intellect 79
  Need to Develop Intellect 82
Chapter VII The Bane of The Educational System 87
  Mode of Education 88
  Liberal and Servile Education 89
  Knowledge versus Wisdom 92
  Intellect over Intelligence 94
  Svadharma One's Own Nature and Paradharma Alien Nature 94
  Study Time 96
  Essential Educational Material 99
Chapter VIII Consequences of Disregarding Intellect 101
  Mind loses its Sanity 103
  Mind becomes Destructive 105
  Choice of Action goes Wrong 106
  The Herd Instinct 107
  Attachment and Desire 107
  Ego and Complexes 109
  Success and Achievement Affected 110
  Effect on Religion 111
Chapter IX What Paucity Of Intellect Creates 113
  Freedom and Bondage 114
  Richness and Poverty 115
  Health and III health 116
  Love and Attachment 116
  Knowledge and Wisdom 118
  Abstinence and Enjoyment 118
  Mundane and Spiritual 120
Chapter X Wake Up, Save The World 123
  Two Types of Intellect 123
  Waker, Dreamer, Deep-Sleeper and Self 125
  Your Role in the Revival 132
  Therefore 134
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