Die Sâmkhya-Philosophie: eine Darstellung des indischen Rationalismus

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H. Haessel, 1917 - Hindu philosophy - 412 pages

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Page xii - JAOS = Journal of the American Oriental Society. JRAS = Journal of the Royal Asiatic Society.
Page 120 - precisely the heaven, earth, and (transpicuous) intermediate „region of the Hindus. „Pythagoras, as after him Ocellus, peoples the middle „or aerial region with demons, as heaven with gods, and the „earth with rnen.
Page 254 - Güte [Gottes sich später zeigte,] als er nach dem Schöpfungsakt [seine Geschöpfe] leidvoll sah, so wird man schwerlich über den circulus vitiosus hinwegkommen : in Folge der Güte die Schöpfung und in Folge der Schöpfung die Güte! Ferner würde ein durch Güte getriebener Gott nur freudvolle Geschöpfe schaffen, [aber] nicht solche in verschiedenartigen Lagen. Wenn [uns hierauf eingewendet wird] : « Die Verschiedenartigkeit folgt aus der Verschiedenartigkeit des Werkes, [dessen Lohn die...
Page 185 - Vais'eshika Systems. BY JOHN DAVIES, MA (Cantab.), MRAS The system of Kapila contains nearly all that India has produced in the department of pure philosophy.
Page 120 - ... Pythagoras and his successors held the doctrine of metempsychosis, as the Hindus universally do the same tenet of transmigration of souls. They agree likewise generally in distinguishing the sensitive, material organ (manas), from the rational and conscious living soul (jlvdtman): 2 Qvpos and <pp^v of Pythagoras; one perishing with the body, the other immortal.
Page 108 - Ward, A View of the History, Literature, and Religion of the Hindoos, ii (London, 1817), p.
Page 254 - Handeln ist ausnahmslos bedingt entweder durch einen egoistischen Zweck oder durch Güte. Und da diese beiden Motive bei der Weltschöpfung ausgeschlossen sind, machen sie auch die Annahme unmöglich, daß die Erschaffung der Welt auf bewußtem Handeln beruht.
Page 17 - Eternal is the soul ; and the world, giving birth to nothing new, is stedfast as a mountain peak, as a pillar firmly fixed ; and though these living creatures transmigrate and pass away, fall from one state of existence and spring up in another, yet they are for ever and ever.
Page 60 - ... of the illusory theory of the Vedanta philosophy, and the prevalence of the Pauranik doctrine of pantheism. However incompatible with the independent existence of Pradhana or crude matter, and however incongruous with the separate condition of pure spirit or Purusha, it is declared, repeatedly, that Vishnu, as one with the supreme being, is not only spirit, but crude matter, and not only the latter, but all visible substance, and Time.
Page 120 - Entschiedenheit ausgesprochen:".... adverting to what has come to us "of the history of Pythagoras, I shall not hesitate to "acknowledge an inclination to consider the Grecian to "have been .... indebted to Indian instructors.

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