Sri Ramanuja's Theory of Knowledge: A Study

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Tirumala Tirupati Devasthanams, 1980 - Knowledge, Theory of (Hinduism) - 228 pages
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Section 2
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Section 3
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A.N. Whitehead Absolute accept activity Advaita Vedanta affirm alaya-vijnana Annamalai University Anstoss apprehended aril asuras Atharva Veda Atman attributive theory avidya Benedetto Croce Bhakti Bhaskara body Brahman buddhi Buddhistic cannot capable Carvaka causal cognitive relation concept consciousness cosmological argument creation creative Dawes Hicks dependent difference Divine doctrine dreams dualism entity epistemology eternal existence experience F.H. Bradley fact finite function Gaudapada genus George Santayana H. A. Prichard hand maid Hegel higher consciousness identity Identity of Indiscernables illusion indeed Indian Philosophy individual souls Indology inference infinite infinity intelligence intuition itself Jainism jnana Kant karma knowledge limitation Lord matter Maya Mayavada means merely metaphysical MImamsa mind Monism nacre Nagarjuna Nathamuni nature negation nirvikalpaka non-existence Noumenon Nyaya object ontological argument organic unity perceived perception perfect pheno Philosophy possible Prakrti pralaya pramana pratyaksa psychic psychology pure Purusa Rajasthan University reality representationalism reveals Sabda Samkhya Sankara sattva Sautrantika self selves sensation sense sense-data sense-organs sensory sleep solipsism Sri Bhdsya Sri Ramanuja sublated substrate Supreme susupti teleological theism theory theory of knowledge thing thing-in-itself though Thus TIRUMALA TIRUPATI DEVASTHANAMS transcendent transcendental Travancore University Trita true truth Uncon unity universal propositions universe University of Mysore unreal Upanisads Vaisesika Varuna Veda Vedanta Vedanta Desika Vedanta Sutras Vedic whilst Yamunacharya Yoga Yogacara

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