The Yoga of Karl Marx
Updated: Sep 5, 2022
I am working on a forthcoming title, The Yoga of Karl Marx.
The Communism of Karl Marx is often seen as a failed political experiment from the Twentieth Century. Yoga is commonly considered as a form of exercise alternative to chiropractic care.
Through lively prose and incisive philosophical analysis, The Yoga of Karl Marx
navigates the reader into a new vision of Socialism and Hinduism.
The Yoga of Karl Marx combines this context with direct references from a vast array of Vedic and Hindu scriptures such as the Rg Veda, Brahmanas, Upanishads, as well as other Hindu traditions such as Nyaya, Mimansa, and, of course, Yoga. The wisdom of Hindu thought is compared and contrasted with the writings of Karl Marx, Frederic Engels, Lenin, Mao, and other Socialist thinkers. The major features of this analysis are illustrated by postmodern philosophers such as Jean Baudrillard and others and are accented by examples from the popular contemporary culture they created.
With this vast literature, The Yoga of Karl Marx brings the reader closer to a new understanding of Socialism and Hinduism.
With meticulous research and philosophical analysis, this book breathes new life into both. The Yoga of Karl Marx draws a full, accurate, and complete picture of both revolutionary thinking and Hindu wisdom. The Yoga of Karl Marx examines the vast literature of both desperate disciplines and melds them into a unified vision of societal change and personal growth.