The Disinterested Witness: A Fragment of Advaita Vedānta Phenomenology

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Northwestern University Press, 1998 - Philosophy - 236 pages
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The Disinterested Witness is a detailed, contextual, and interpretive study of the concept of saksin (or that which directly or immediately perceives) in Advaita Vedanta, and a fascinating and significant comparison of the philosophies of the East and West. Addressing a wide range of epistemological dilemmas, as well as perceived commonalities and differences between Eastern and Western philosophy, it is a major contribution to comparative philosophy and forms a vantage point for cross-cultural comparison.
 

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Notes
169
Glossary
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Bibliography
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About the author (1998)

Bina Gupta is a professor in the Department of Philosophy at the University of Missouri, Columbia.  She has published extensively in the fields of comparative philosophy and the philosophy of India. 

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