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Though the world won’t be destroyed,.....

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Though the world won’t be destroyed,.....
Shobuj Taposh said, “Though the world won’t be destroyed, man is not free”. That is, man is not free in the undestroying world. It is a drishtantoistic concept related to the principle: “Be good only for saving yourself and the world.”
In the concept the two propositions are compounded: ‘the world won’t be destroyed’ and ‘man is not free’. The first is unfavorable to the belief of traditional religions like Judaism, Christianity, Islam etc. And the last opposes the freedom prescribed to man by Jean Paul Sartre as well as the concept of Good Will proposed by Immanuel Kant.
I think, by the concept Drishtantoism wants to make men optimist to the world and teach them to be bound to philanthropic morals.

Is my idea authentic about the concept?
Keywords: Drishtantoism

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