Seven Systems of Indian Philosophy

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Himalayan Institute Press, 1983 - Religion - 261 pages
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A comprehensive outline of the major schools of Indian philosophy providing an overview of what comprises Indian philosophy.
 

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Contents

What Is Indian Philosophy?
3
Transcendence of Suffering
37
Valid Knowledge Through Logical Criticism
69
Analysis of the Aspects of Reality
103
A Dualistic Theory
121
The process of the evolution of the universe
132
The concept of liberation
142
The practical teachings of Samkhya
148
Freedom Through the Performance of Duty
183
The Philosophy of Monism
213
Index
251
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Tigunait is the Spiritual Director of the himalayan Institute, a life-long practitioner of meditation, and a scholar of the ancient scriptures.

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