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An Introduction To Indian Philosophy
Yes, they had to continuously contemplate on the ‘higher existence’ or ‘eternity’ or ‘God’ or ‘Supreme Reality’ or ‘thingamajig’. Worst delivery they are asking for money even through paid money on online. Sudheer rated it really liked it Sep 09, India has spawned a number of philosophical systems over the centuries. Within a decade, all the humans in the planet became self-liberated.
But I like to follow Wittgenstein’s advice here: India has spawned a number of philosophical systems over the centuries.
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Today, I myself being a teacher, suggest this book for my students. The authors have, with considerable merit, highlighted the significance of Indian views in terms of modern Western thought.
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Published first published January 1st There’s no use in resurrecting it. Ajay Shelar rated it really liked it Jun 24, I don’t know why but the number of technical errors, misprints, spelling errors is unusually high.
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Chatterjde an introductory chapter that lays out the concepts that will be needed throughout the remainder of India has spawned a number of philosophical systems over the centuries.
Mar 23, Stepan rated it it was amazing. Udaypal Singh rated it really liked it Jan 11, So, I find the concept of Karma paradoxical too.
They convinced the sufferers that they suffered because of the sins that they had committed in their past lives. University of Sydney Library. If one went on to find the reason behind this, one would find invian the age-old Indian thinkers had to somehow explain the reality that they found themselves in without science and its tools.
This book is a rather comprehensive introduction to various schools of Indian philosophies – from sects of Hinduism, to Jainism, Buddhism, etc. All the schools of Indian philosophy except Charvaka-materialists believed in Karma, Bondage and Self-liberation. What if the thinkers had deluded themselves into believing that Self-liberation was the ultimate goal and then in turn deluded themselves that they were really liberated and hence were blissful?
Introduction to Indian Philosophy
After an introductory chapter that lays out the concepts that will be needed throughout the remainder of the book as well as providing brief sketches of nine philosophical schools, the remainder of the book is a one chapter per school examination of metaphysics, ethics, theology, epistemology, etc. Then there is the matter of ethics and how each system regards ethical behavior.
This book introduces the essence of indian philosophy. The commoner, who was not really intelligent enough to question the paradoxical quality of this assumption, accepted it without doubt and revered the thinkers for their intelligence.
But if ‘Hindu’ means the followers of a particular religious faith known as Hinduism, the supposition would be wrong and misleading. Sajna rated it liked it Apr 26, Radheshyam Bishnoi rated it it was amazing Dec 01, Being an indian, and from a moderate conservative household, i was brought up on a staple diet of the INDIA-which was once An Introduction to Indian Philosophy, termed by Srila Prabhupada as ‘very authoritative’, while introducing the reader to the spirit, vast ocean of knowledge and outlook of Indian philosophy, also helps him to grasp thoroughly the central ideas.
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