An Introduction to Indian Philosophy
An Introduction to Indian Philosophy is the definitive companion to the study of Indian philosophy. The book offers an accessible and comprehensive introduction to all the major philosophical concepts and issues in Indian thought. Ideal for undergraduate students the book is written and structured to reflect as closely as possible the way the subject is taught and studied. The book offers lucid coverage of Indian philosophy and breaks new ground, considering the latest directions in this growing area of philosophical interest. The book describes the various relationships and disputes between Indian traditions of thought in a chronological framework. All the major philosophical schools are covered. Key topics and controversies are illustrated by annotated translations of primary sources that are otherwise difficult to access. Christopher Bartley's rigorous analysis is supplemented by useful study features, including key examples from philosophical writing, summaries of core concepts, study questions, and guides to further reading.
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Some Types of Indian Religiosity
Vedas and Upanisads
2 Buddhist Origins
3 Abhidharma Buddhism
4 Sautrantika Buddhism
5 Nagarjuna and Madhyamaka Buddhism
7 Samkhya and Yoga
9 The Mımamsa Vision
13 DvaitaVedanta and Madhva
Some Saiva Philosophies of Kashmir
8 Nyaya and Vaisesika
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Abhidharma Abhinavagupta actions Advaita Advaitins atman atoms avidya awareness basic belong Brahman Buddha Buddhist called causal cause cognition concepts consciousness construction of phenomena cosmos dharma Dharmakirti differentiated Dignaga discussion and investigation distinct divine enduring entities essence essential established everything existence expressed external objects factors finite Further reading human idealist ideas identity impermanent individual inference intrinsic nature karma knowledge Kumarila liberation Madhva manifestation means of knowing meditation mental Mimamsa mind modes momentary Nagarjuna non-conceptual notion Nyaya ofthe perceived perception permanent person physical pramana produced properties qualities Questions for discussion Ramakantha Ramanuja reality rebirth reﬂected reﬂexive relation representations ritual Saiva Samkara Samkhya Sarvastivadin Sautrantika scriptures sense sense-faculties sensory Siva skandhas soul stream of experiences substance superimposed svabhava teaching theory things thought tradition truth ultimate unconditioned understanding understood universal unreal Upanisads Utpaladeva Vaibhasikas Vasubandhu Vedanta Vedas Vedic words