Perceiving in Advaita Ved?nta: Epistemological Analysis and Interpretation

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Advaita Vedanta is the most pervasive and enduring Indian perspective, and continues to be the most challenging and provocative philosophic position the world over. This study undertakes an analysis of the epistemological issues inherent in the Advaita Vedanta theory of the knowing and the known.
 

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Contents

List of Abbreviations
9
Foreword
11
Preface
15
Introduction
23
Truth and the Means of True Knowledge
108
Perception as a Criterion for Truth
137
Three Kinds of Consciousness
167
The Perceptibility of Objects
201
Forms of Perception
225
The Nature of Error
251
Dream Perception
279
Bibliography
300
Index
307
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Gupta is a professor of Philosophy at the University of Missouri, Columbia

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