With the “God Letter” recently auctioned for over $3 million, the world has started taking a renewed interest in Albert Einstein’s core philosophies.
In the most conservative estimate, he has been described as the father of modern physics; and by most liberal counts, the most intelligent human being in history. But despite tremendous biographical sketches, Einstein has remained largely unknown as an activist, or terribly misunderstood as a statesman. Many dimensions of his life have been deliberately suppressed, some grossly exaggerated, and quite a few entirely concocted. This is quite natural considering the ruling class elites have a stake in appropriation of his legacies – the United States which granted him residency needed to use him for its Cold War propaganda, while Israel and the Jewish Diaspora needed to tout him – the most famous Jew in history - as their torchbearer. The spiritual thinkers have cited him as irreverently religious, while the progressives have owned him up for his idealistic socialism. Read More at kindlemag.in