CONTENTS:- Key to Transliteration; Foreword; Preface; Introductory; Triad of laws; Hermeneutics of Sacred Scriptures; What is Hermeneutics?; Hermeneutical Circle'; What is Distancing?; Language, Thought, and Reality]; Language and World; Tarski's: Semantic Theory of Truth; Meaning, Creativity and Communication; Languagegame and Family Resemblances; Solipsism as Activity; Hermeneutics of Sikh Scriptures; Hermeneutics of Sikh Scriptures; Text, Context, Syntax; Mystical Experience; Ciphers; Revelation and Religious Sensibility; Sikh Dynamic Vision; Sikh Onto-Theology; Sikh Dynamic Vision; Dynamic Vision of Life; Sikh Voluntarism; Quest for Personal Identity; Identity of the Self; What is Personal Identity?; How to Realize Personal Identity?; Manmukh to Gurmukh/Khalsa; Sikh Vision of Values; Significance of Values; Theory of Values; Genius and Creativity; Creative Genius; Eternity, Time and Creativity; Akalapurakh and History; Khalsa Ideology (Khalsa); Saca-Khanda to Khalsa-Ideology; Piri to Miri; Archetype of Panja Piare; Resume.
Sikh Dynamic Vision is an original Objectives and comprehensive interpretative seminal philosophical contribution to the Sikh onto-theology written from the modern philosophical and comparative standpoints. Primary sources and the authentic Sikh Canons are interpreted with the analytical and critical techniques of philosophy of language along with existential, phenomenological, and hermeneutical viewpoints. Cliphers of the sacred scriptures are decoded within the context of the medieval socio-cultural milieu with the modern tools and techniques of the analytical philosophy of religions for developing universe of religious discourse of the Sikh world-view. Sui generic contributions to Sikhism to the world religious philosophies in theory and praxis have been syntactically worked out. The present work is a care feat of critical and candid analysis o f the religious philosophies for cleansing the prevalent shoddy interpretations of the kernel concept of Sikh Philosophy for cleansing the prevalent shoddy interpretations of the kernel concepts of Sikh philosophy for illuminating the Sikh epiphany of ikoamkar, saca-khanda, miri-piri, ecstasy, voluntarism and the Khalsa. It will be a treat to read the book without preconceived notions. The aim of the book is to remove misunderstanding about the Sikh philosophy. Restoration of historical action (Shubha karma) and existential social realities are singular contributions to Sikhism.