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India and the History of Philosophy
Histories of Western Philosophy
Indian Materialism A CounterExample
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Abhidharma accepted Advaita Vedanta analysis ancient argues atman attainment attempt Bhagavad Bhartrhari Bhasya Brahma Sutra brahman Buddha Buddhist Carvakas century Chapter commentary conception consciousness contemporary context creation darsana denotes dharmas Dignaga distinction doctrine emptiness Enlightenment entities established existence experience gunas Hatha Yoga Hindu independent Indian culture Indian philosophy Indian thought individual inference interpretation involves Isvarakrsna karmic knowledge liberation Madhyamaka Mahayana Mandana material Matilal means metaphysical mind Mlmamsa modern western Nagarjuna nature non-dualism non-dualistic notion Nyaya and Vaisesika Nyaya Sutra Nyaya-Vaisesika objects one's ontological particular Patanjali perceived perception perspective philos position practice prakrti pramana purusa qualities rajas Ramanuja realisation reality rebirth reflects rejected Rorty samadhi Samkhya Samkhya Karika Samkhya school Sarikara Sarvastivada Sautrantika sense specific strand substance theory thinkers truth ultimate universe Upanisads Vaisesika Vaisesika school Vedanta tradition Vedas Vedic western philosophers whilst Yoga Sutra Yogacara yogic yogin