The philosophies of India: a new approach
Comprehensively treats the many alternate systems to Brahman consciousness: Jainism, Buddhism, Zen Charvakas, Nyaya, Vaisesika, Sankhya, Yoga, Mimamsa, and Vedanta. Takes note of the early chants, mantras, and prayers of the early thinkers.
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THE SOURCES OF INDIAN CULTURE
PHILOSOPHY OF THE VEDAS
PHILOSOPHY OF THE UPANISADS
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absolute According actions Amida appear Aryans aspect assert Atman atoms attained attempted avidya awareness believed body Brahman Buddha Buddhism called Carvaka causal cause Ch'an China cognitions consciousness Consequently considered death developed dharmas doctrine effect elements empirical enlightenment existence experience expression external objects finite grasp gunas History of Indian holds Ibid important Indian Philosophy individual inference interpretation Jaina Jainism karma kind liberation Madhva Madhyamika Mahabharata Mahayana mantras material maya means meditation mental metaphysical mind moksa Moreover Nagarjuna nature negation nirvana non-Aryan non-existence notion Nyaya one's perceived perception person phenomenal world physical practice prajna prakrti present principle pure purusa qualities Ramanuja reality reason recognized relation Samkhya Sankara Sautrantika says scholars sect sense organs Sinha soul spiritual stage substance suffering sunyata Sutra tathata teachings Tendai theory of knowledge things thinkers thought truth ultimate universe unreal Upanisads Vaisesika valid knowledge Vedas Vedic words yoga Yogacara