Buddhist Philosophy from 350 to 600 A.D.

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Karl H. Potter, M. M. Agrawal
Motilal Banarsidass Publ., 1970 - Buddhism - 762 pages
The aim of this series is to present the contents of different streams of indian philosophical texts to make more and more people aware about Indian philosophical thought. This multi volume work presents Indian thought, citing experts on the point that seem debatable. So far, 9 volumes have been brought out. Volume one provides a list of sources which are surveyed in the subsequent volumes as well as provides a guide to secondary literature for further study of Indian philosophy. Volume 2 provides a detailed resume of current knowledge about hte classical Indian philosophical system of Nyaya-Vaisesika in its earlier stages. Volume 3 summarizes early Advaita Vedanta upon Sankara's pupils. Volume 4 discusses the history of the system and its philosophical overall. This present volume attempts to cover the development of Buddhist philosophical notions from the time of Vasubandhu and his critic Samghabhadra. It is a glorious period in indian history, the time of the Gupta kings."

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