THE PHILOSOPHY OF THE BHAGAVAD-GITA
Pratishtha of Parabrahtnain
himself Parabrahmam, but only
he does not
The only other passage in which Krshna refers to the same subject is chapter xv, verse 6
supreme abode (dhama), which neither Those who enter it do
sun, nor moon, nor fire illumines. not return.
There again he speaks of pat/am and refers
as his abode.
I believe that these are
the statements that refer to
book, and they are pretty clearly, and
sufficient to indicate its position
show the nature
of its con-
I shall now proceed to point nection with the Logos. out the passages in which reference is made to the
speaking, the whole of this book may be called the book of the philosophy of the Logos. There is hardly a page which does not, directly or Strictly
a few important and significant passages to which it is desirable that I should refer you, so that you may see whether
have said about the nature and
humanity and the human teachings of
soul, supported by the Let us turn to chapter iv,
and examine the meaning of verses 5
and thou have passed through many Arjuna, I know all of them, but thou dost not know, O I
harasser of foes.