Indian Philosophy: Metaphysics

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Roy W. Perrett
Taylor & Francis, 2001 - Philosophy - 400 pages
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Contents

l6 Veddntaparibhasa as Systematic Reconstruction
16
The NyayaVaisesika Theory of Universals
39
More Things in Heaven and Earth
59
Negative Facts and Knowledge of Negative Facts
82
Mereological Considerations in Vasubandhus
104
l27 Causality in the NyayaVaisesika School
127
l35 An Ontology of Concrete Connectors
143
l77 Freedom and Determinism from an Indian Perspective
177
2l3 SelfConstruction in Buddhism
213
The MfmamsaTheory of Self Recognition
255
Arindam Chakrabarti
279
MindConsciousness Dualism in SankhyaYoga Philosophy
327
The Self in Advaita Vedanta
343
36l The Concept of the Absolute and its Alternative Forms
361
38l Acknowledgments
381
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l89 Reductionist and Nonreductionist Theories of Persons
189

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