A History of Indian Philosophy, Volumes 1-5

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Contents

CHAPTER
1
Thought and its Object in Buddhism and in Vedanta
13
Sankaras Defence of Vedanta Philosophy of BSdarayana and Bhartrprapanca
36
Teachers and Pupils in Vedanta
46
Vedanta Doctrine of Soul and the Buddhist Doctrine of Soullessness
58
Vedantic Cosmology
73
Sankara and his School
77
Mandana Sureivara and VisvarQpa
82
The WorldAppearance
240
Nature of Agency Kartrtva and the Illusion of World Creation
242
The Stage of the Saint Jlvanmukta
245
Energy of Freewill Paurufa
252
Prdna and its Control
256
Stages of Progress
264
Methods of Right Conduct
267
Yogavdsiffha Satikara Vedanta and Buddhist Vijfianavada
268

Mandana a d 800
87
THE PHILOSOPHY OF THE BHAGAVADGIT A PAGE
92
Suresvara a d 800
98
Padmapada a d 820
102
Vacaspati Misra a d 840
106
Sarvajftatma Muni a d 900 m
111
Anandabodha Yati eleventh or twelfth century A D
116
Mahdvidya and the Development of Logical Formalism
118
Vedanta Dialectic of Srlharsa a d 1150
125
Application of the Dialectic to the Different Categories and Concepts
133
Citsukhas Interpretations of the Concepts of Sankara Vedanta a d
147
The Dialectic of Nagarjuna and the Vedanta Dialectic
163
Dialectical Criticisms of Santaraksita and Kamalaslla a d 760 as forerunners of Vedanta Dialectics
171
ft Criticism of I ivara
176
c Refutation of the Soul Theory
178
d Refutation of the Mlmamsa Theory of the Self
179
Refutation of the Samkhya View of the Self
181
g Refutation of the Theory of the Persistence of Existing Entities
182
h Refutation of Criticisms of the Nonpermanency of Entities
185
1 Refutation of the Nyaya Vaisesika Categories
187
Dialectic of Sankara and Anandajfiana
189
Philosophy of the Prakafelrthavivarana a d 1200
196
Vimuktatman a d 1200
198
RamSdvaya a d 1300
204
Vidyaranya a d 1350
214
Nrsimhasrama Muni a d 1500
216
Appaya Dlksita a d 1550
218
Prakaiananda a d 15501600
220
MadhusQdana Sarasvatl a d i 500
225
CHAPTER XII
228
The Ultimate Entity
232
Origination
235
Karma Manas and the Categories
237
CHAPTER XIII
273
Bones in the AtharvaVeda and Ayurveda
284
Organs in the Atharva Veda and Ayurveda
288
Practice of Medicine in the AtharvaVeda
293
The Foetus and the Subtle Body
302
Foetal Development
312
Growth and Disease
319
Vdyu Pitta and Kapha
325
Head and Heart
340
The Circulatory and the Nervous System
344
The Nervous System of the Tantras
352
The Theory of Rasas and their Chemistry
357
The Psychological Views and other Ontological Categories
366
Logical Speculations and Terms relating to Academic Dispute
373
Logic Originate in the Discussions of Ayurveda Physicians?
392
Ayurveda Ethics
402
Springs of Action in the Carakasamhita
411
Good Life in Caraka
418
Ayurveda Literature
423
The Gita Literature
437
Gita and Yoga
449
Sarnkhya and Yoga in the Gitdr
455
SSrnlchya Philosophy in the Gita
465
Avyakta and Brahman
470
Conception of Sacrificial Duties in the Glta
479
Sensecontrol in the Glta
492
The Ethics of the Gita and the Buddhist Ethics
493
Analysis of Action
515
Eschatology
517
God and Man
523
Visnu Vasudeva and Krsna
535
Bhagavata and the Bhagavadgita
545
INDEX
554

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