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An Introduction to Indian Philosophy
Upanisads and their Interpretations
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activity-process aesthetic apparent orders Arjuna aspect Atman attitude Badarayana basic basis Bhagavadgita Brahman Brahmasutras Buddhist Carvaka century cesses chapter complex confronted consciousness context continuous cosmic death detached different Upanisads disciplined dual existentiality experiential process further Gita Hence Hindu Hiriyanna Ibid ideal ideas Incarnate Lord Indian Philosophical Congress Indian Philosophy Indian thought indicated insightful inspiring integral intellectual interpretation Jaina King's rule knowledge Krsna logical Mahabharata manifest order meditative mind mode of deliberation mystic Nachiketas non-dual non-Vedic notion objective one's orders of experience orders of experiential perceptual period person perspective post-Hegelian Prajapati present principle Puranas Radhakrishnan Rama reference restricted Rg Veda Samkhya Sankara scendent Sita situation Source-Book In Indian spirit stage subjective suggested sutras Swami Prabhavananda Tantras theistic tion tran transcendent experience transcendent process transcendent reality transcendental transcendentally oriented triadic universe Upanisads Vedanta Vedas Vedic Vedic civilization Vedic-Upanisadic Verse Vide Western thought Whitehead writer Yajnavalkya Yajur Veda Yama Yoga Yogic