English, Soft Bound
From Socrates to Sartre, Western philosophers have grappled with the ultimate questions: What is the meaning of life? Does God exist? What is the supreme Good, and how can we achieve it? But, as brilliant as their writings are, there have been no conclusive answers from Western thinkers. In these series of conversations, Srila Prabhupada, one of the greatest philosophers of the twentieth century, gives an insight analysis and critique of the salient ideas of some of the eminent Western philosophers, as seen from a Vedic perspective. He outlines the process of bhakti yoga by which we can transcend illusion and doubt in our own lives and proceed with certainty on the path to perfection.