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The present contribution analyzes the political thought of philosopher and revolutionary Aurobindo Ghose in the wider scenario of Indian nationalism, highlighting the peculiar hermeneutics of hindū philosophical and religious tradition that he expressed through many articles on the main nationalist magazines. Furthermore, Aurobindo's thought analogies and differences with the main exponents of anti-British interventionism will be contextualized. Some peculiar interpretations of the broaddoi:10.13135/1825-263x/4930 fatcat:ricxrk7ssfgg7goxrtr5vjuevi