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Fundamentals of Indian philosophy

Author: R Puligandla
Publisher: Nashville : Abingdon Press, [1975]
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Genre/Form: History
Additional Physical Format: Online version:
Puligandla, R., 1930-
Fundamentals of Indian philosophy.
Nashville : Abingdon Press, [1975]
(OCoLC)638024397
Document Type: Book
All Authors / Contributors: R Puligandla
ISBN: 0687137047 9780687137046 0687137055 9780687137053
OCLC Number: 1104387
Description: 363 pages ; 22 cm
Contents: I. General introduction --
II. Carvakism: Materialism --
Epistemology --
Metaphysics --
Ethics --
III. Jainish --
Metaphysics --
Epistemology --
God and liberation --
Ethics --
IV. Buddhism --
A. The Buddha's teachings --
The Pali Canon --
Approach to the problem of suffering --
The Four Noble Truths --
Nirvana --
B. Philosophical foundations of the Buddha's teachings --
Process ontology, dependent origination, and impermanence --
The doctrine of Karma --
The doctrine of Non-self (Anatta) --
C. Buddhist schools of philosophy --
The Hinayana-Mahayana division --
The Vaibhasika school --
The Sautrantika school --
The Yogacara school --
The Madhyamika school --
The Madhyamika conception of philosophy --
The method of the Dialectic Sunyata (Emptiness, Void) --
The Lower and Higher Truths --
D. Buddhist psychology and ethics --
The concept of identity --
Psychological significance of the concept of identity --
V. Samkhya --
Metaphysics --
Epistemology --
God --
Bondage and salvation --
Vi. Yoga --
Metaphysica and epistemology --
Structure of the Yoga-sutras --
Yogic meditation --
Yogic knowledge --
Kaivalya (Liberation) --
VII. Vaisesika --
Metaphysics and the categories --
Epistemology --
God --
Bondage and liberation --
VIII. Nyaya --
The Sixteen Categories (Padarthas) --
Epistemology --
Metaphysics --
Self and liberation --
God --
IX. Vedanta --
A. The Vedic background --
B. The Upanisads --
C. Schools of Vedanta --
1. Advaita Vedanta: Nondualism --
Pramanas --
Samkara's Theory of Reality --
Two kinds of knowledge --
God --
Bondage and freedom (Moksa) --
2. Visistadvaita Vedanta: Qualified Nondhalism --
Brahman and Selves --
Maya --
God --
Bondage and salvation --
3. Dvaita Vedanta: Dualism --
Theory of reality --
God --
Bondage and salvation --
X. Time and history in the Indian tradition --
Basic concepts of Advaita Vedanta --
Basic concepts of Buddhism --
Implications to history --
XI. A glimpse at the contemporary scene --
Sri Aurobindo --
S. Radhakrishnan.
Responsibility: R. Puligandla.

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