Hindu social philosophy
This Book Contains An Introduction To The Concept Of Social Philosophy And Then Goes On To Interpret, Analyse And Discuss The Four Basic Values Of Dharma, Artha, Kama And Moksa. The Thrust Of The Book Being That Hindu Social Philosophy Is Basically A Philosophy Of Values. A Unique Fealure Of The Book Is That Perhaps A First Attempt Has Been Made To Bring Out The Similarities And Disimilarities Between The Sanskritic And The Tamil Schemes Of Values. Without Dustjacket.
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CHAPTER Two Fundamentals of Hindu Social
CHAPTER THREE The FourFold Aspirations
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according achieve action analysis ancient Hindu social animal Apastamba approach artha artha and kama asceticism aspects of human asrama schemes attaining attitude axiological basic brahmacarya brahmana caste clearly concept of dharma concern considered desires Dharma-Sastras distinction Dravidians duties economic emphasized fact function goal grahasthasrama hence Hindu ethics Hindu philosophers Hindu social philosophy Hindu thought Hindu tradition Hindu view Hinduism human nature human personality Ibid idea idealistic important Indian individual institutional integrated interpretation kama Kama-Sutra karma Kautilya Kural living Mahabharata man's Manu Manusmrti marriage means merely metaphysical mind moksa observes one's personality-integration principle psychological Puranas purely pursuit purusartha-scheme purusarthas realized referred regard regulated religion renunciation Sanskritic seems sense sexual significance Smrtis society spiritual perfection Sruti stage suggested Tamil tendencies theory Tirukkural transcended truth ultimate Upanisad values vanaprastha various varna Vasistha Vatsyayana Vedas Vedic virtues wealth Yajnavalkya