The field of science philosophy
Herbert Spencer says the field of science philosophy is very wide. Science only exposes some of the mysteries of nature, but philosophy throws light on many aspects of world consciousness, it shows how the ideas of thinking can be refined. Many facilities can be found by utilizing the capabilities of nature, but it is the work of philosophy to tell what is the basis of the human thinking process to consume them properly. Philosophy is a tree and science is its branch. The scope and responsibility of the philosopher are much broader than that of the science scholar.
Pro. Max Müller and Prof. Paldipejan, after extensive study of Indian religion, has come to the conclusion that India should be considered the father of religion and philosophy. The great philosopher Victor of France, who states that – The whole history of philosophy in India is very synthetic. Plato, Sinoja, Markle, Hume, Kant, Hagel, Scophenuer, Spencer, Darwin, etc. have unanimously considered Indian philosophy to be very close to world truth — Prof. Huxley’s statement is that the laws of nature, as wise and scientific thought has been done in Indian philosophy, is not visible elsewhere in the world. Monier William’s statement is — the philosophers of this millennium are only in their own way exploring the facts of which the Indian element has undergone extensive rendering and detailed analysis in the past. Pro. Highway Jane has written – In Rigveda all the lines of modern science could not be combined together like beautiful analysis of dance science and natural science.
Pro. Hopkins wrote in detail in his book, ‘Collision of India’, that the important feature of Hinduism is the tolerant and coordinative approach. Different beliefs have been generously respected in that. From the history which is available till 300 years before Christ, it proves that there was no Deity in India in the name of religion. Many thinkers continued to flourish in their own way and by chanting them all, the human mind was very helpful in approaching the truth.
Faradruck Svelejan’s research proves that Indian philosophy is an indelible mark of knowledge on world philosophy. He also considered Kant’s philosophical rendering to be just an interpretation of a part of Indian philosophy. Schooner has also come to the same conclusion that philosophical beliefs that cannot be done easily are the gift of India.
Philosophy has been addressed by satirists with sarcastic words but in reality, it is not so. It is possible only by a philosophical style that the great purpose of sorting and directing the chaotic style of thinking. Otherwise, the mixed motifs of disorderly movements and unconscious beliefs will become such a bizarre that no one can reach any goal by adopting them. He will not be able to do some important work like a straw that moves here and there in the darkness. Planned thinking is also useful in the same way as it is necessary to do planned work. This work can only be possible through philosophical customs.
If there is no vision of life, some beliefs, beliefs are not associated with it, and there is no inclusion of any principles, then a man is not a man but remains a creature. According to their ability and readiness, who carry the goal of a lifetime, they acquire a modicum of convenience, but if there is no high goal in front, they do not have the enthusiasm to live in the soul. Such general enthusiasm can also arise from the fervent craving of material ambitions, but it will doubtless remain ethical. If the goal of the fulfilment of any ideals goes towards the achievement of material benefits, in addition to zealous activism, excellent elements will be associated with it and those efforts will continue to benefit spiritual progress even if the material benefit is not so much. Such ambitions of public interest, which not only reveal their masculinity but also show idealism, certainly make the personality of the aspirant honourable. With this achievement, a man reaches a position in which something can be achieved with the help of public support which is more valuable than wealth. We should also evaluate the level of his attitude and character while explaining human nature. Even after becoming happy with the vision, if a person remains aimless and devoid of ideal, then he will not be able to get satisfaction and pride for himself. In society, he will neither be considered useful nor will he be respected.