Philosophy of Religion

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Roy W. Perrett
Taylor & Francis, 2000 - Philosophy - 386 pages
Empire's Children looks at works at by Rudyard Kipling, Frances Hodgson Burnett, E. Nesbit, Hugh Lofting, A.A. Milne, and Arthur Ransome for the ways these writers consciously and unconsciously used the metaphors of empire in their writing for children.
 

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Contents

A Constitutive God An Indian Suggestion
19
Some Arguments in Utpaladeva
33
In Pursuit
59
A DeathBlow to Sankaras NonDualism?
77
Principled Atheism in the Buddhist Scholastic Tradition
107
A Contrastive Study
132
Reason Revelation and Idealism in Sankaras Vedanta
161
The Question of Doctrinalism in the Buddhist Epistemologists
187
Notes Towards a Critique of Buddhist Karmic Theory
253
Inherited Responsibility Karma and Original
269
Imperatives and Religion in India
283
Towards a Pragmatics of Mantra Recitation
309
The Meaninglessness of Ritual
326
Analysis of the Religious Factors in Indian Metaphysics
347
Three Myths about Indian Philosophy
369
Acknowledgments
385

Rebirth
213
The Naturalistic Principle of Karma
231

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