A source book in Indian philosophy

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Sarvepalli Radhakrishnan, Charles Alexander Moore
Princeton University Press, 1967 - Philosophy - 683 pages
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User Review  - Jordan Forster - Goodreads

A very useful resource if you are beginning to study classical Indian philosophy. It covers most of the main schools and for each section there is a concise, but useful introduction to the source ... Read full review

Review: A Source Book in Indian Philosophy

User Review  - Mitch Allen - Goodreads

First read this book for a university class 30 years ago and hung in to it all these years. Dug it out recently and took it along on a trip to India, re-reading it as we toured Hindu temples in Tamil ... Read full review

Contents

Introduction
100
Kautilyas Arthaiastra
227
THE HETERODOX STSTEMS
236
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