Companion Encyclopaedia of Hindu Philosophy: An Exposition of the Principle [sic] Religio-philosophical Systems and an Examination of Different Schools of Thought
Cosmo, 2002 - Hindu philosophy - 526 pages
The Book Aims To Give A Compact Account Of Hindu Philosophical Concepts. It Focuss On The Rational Principles And Concepts Rather Than Mysticism Usually Associated With Hindu Philosophy.
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A Brief Sketch of the Philosophical Systems
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absolute according admit Advaita appears aspect Atman atoms attain avidya becomes belief body Brahman buddhi called Carvaka cause conceived conception consciousness cosmic creation described desire distinction divine doctrine Dwipas elements ence eternal evolution existence experience explained finite Gaudapada Gita Hindu Ibid idea ideal identity ignorance illusion Indian philosophy individual inference infinite Isvara jiva karma knowledge known Krsna liberation living logical manas manifest material matter maya means meditation Mimamsa mind moksa monism moral Naiyayikas nature nondualism Nyaya Nyaya-Vaisesika object Patanjali perceived perception person physical prakrti pramana principle Puranas purusa Ramanuja reality realize regarded relation samadhi Samkara Sankhya Sarhkara scriptures sense Siva soul spiritual Sri Caitanya Sri Ramakrsna stage substance supreme Sutras Swami Vivekananda Tantras teaching theory things thinkers thou thought tion true truth ultimate unity universe Upanisads Vaisesika Vedanta Vedas Vedic Vide Vishnu vyapti word worship Yoga