How We Present
A definition of the knowledge offered by the different faculties of Maharishi Vedic University: Law
by Raja Peter Warburton, PhD
TM News, UK Translate This Article
10 June 2007
Raja Peter Warburton, Raja of England, explains that at Maharishi Vedic University the knowledge embraces all the traditional content of each discipline, but on the foundation of the field of Total Knowledge, and as an expression of Total Knowledge.
The definition of the knowledge provided by the Faculty of Law at Maharishi Vedic University is: 'Veda is the Constitution of the Universe. 'A' is the first syllable of the Veda; therefore, 'A' stands for Total Knowledge of Law. Total Knowledge, the total science and technology of Natural Law, the Veda, is embodied in its first syllable 'A'.'
This, Raja Peter reflected, is a most profound definition of Law. It contrasts with current law faculties, where law is seen as a way to deal with problems: how to pass laws to restrict behaviour this way or that, to avoid problems.
At Maharishi Vedic University, law is taken to the highest level—the Constitution of the Universe, the totality of Natural Law, which governs every aspect of life and everything in the universe, and takes everything through sequential steps of evolution to the ultimate level of fulfilment.
This is the supreme value of law that is taught in the Faculty of Law at Maharishi Vedic University. The essence of that value of law, Total Natural Law, is Veda; Veda is the science and technology of Total Natural Law. The first syllable of Veda is 'A'.
So the total value of law, the supreme value of Natural Law, is to be found in the first syllable of Veda, 'A', from which the whole Veda, and indeed the whole universe, emerges.
Copyright © 2007 TM News, UK: www.tmnews.net
Global Good News comment:
For information about Maharishi's seven-point programme to create a healthy, happy, prosperous society, and a peaceful world, please visit: Global Financial Capital of New York.
Translation software is not perfect; however if you would like to try it, you can translate this page using: