The Essentials of Indian Philosophy

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Diane Publishing Company, 1998 - Philosophy - 216 pages
Provides both the general reader and student with a concise and easily understood account of Indian philosophy. It begins with early Indian thought, summarizes Vedic religion and philosophy and goes on to deal with the great scholastic systems of Indian thought which evolved after the close of the Vedic period. Historical surveys accompany each main division of the subject. The number of Sanskrit terms that appear in the text have been reduced as far as possible, but a glossary of them together with a subject index are included.

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