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1. Nachgelassene werke [1984 - ]

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v. ; 24 cm.
  • Aufsätze, Beiträge, Skizzen ..
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xix, 286 pages, [1] leaf of plates : illustrations ; 21 cm
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v. ; 21-26 cm
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4, 6, 186 pages ; 22 cm.
East Asia Library

5. Indo no tetsugaku [1964]

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1 online resource (121, 3 pages)
Book
112 pages ; 24 cm
Contributed seminar papers on Indic philosophy.
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volumes <text ed., parts 1-4; translation, parts 1, 3-4; commentary, part 3; in 8> : color illustrations ; 23 cm.
  • [Band 1. Text
  • Band 2. Translation
  • Band 3. Commentary].
  • [Bd. 1:1] Textedition. Teil 1. Das erste und zweite Buch : Vairagyaprakarana ; Mumuksuvyavaharaprakarana / kritische Edition von Susanne Krause-Stinner
  • [Bd. 1:2] Textedition. Teil 2. Das dritte Buch : Utpattiprakaraṇa / kritische Edition von Jürgen Hanneder, Peter Stephan und Stanislav Jager
  • [Bd. 1:3] Textedition. Teil 3. Das vierte Buch : Sthitiprakaraṇa / kritische Edition von Susanne Krause-Stinner und Peter Stephan
  • [Bd. 1:4] Textedition. Teil 4. Das fünfte Buch : Upaśāntiprakaraṇa / kritische Edition von Susanne Krause-Stinner und Peter Stephan.
  • [Bd. 2:1] Übersetzung. Teil 1. Das erste und zweite Buch : Das Buch über die Leidenschaftslosigkeit ; Das Buch über das Verhalten der Befreiungssucher / Übersetzung von Roland Steiner
  • [Bd. 2:3] Übersetzung. Teil 3. Das vierte Buch : Das Buch über das Dasein / Übersetzung von Roland Steiner
  • [Bd. 2:4] Übersetzung. Teil 4. Das fünfte Buch : Das Buch über das Zurruhekommen / Übersetzung von Roland Steiner.
  • [Bd. 3:3] Stellenkommentar. Teil 3. Das Vierte Buch : Sthitiprakaraṇa / Stellenkommentar von Martin Straube.
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199 p. ; 22 cm.
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99 p. ; 25 cm.
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ix, 127 p.
Albert Camus, 1913-1960, French litterateur; his views and thoughts on Bhagavadgītā, Hindu sacred classic.
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2 volumes (vi, 572 pages) ; 22 cm
Systematic study of the fundamentals of Indian philosophy.
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1 online resource
  • TOWARDS A WORLD OF FREEDOM -- THE RIGHT PERCEPTION OF SELF-INTEREST -- STATE MUST FREE THE MIND FROM FEAR -- FEAR AS THE BASIS OF SOCIAL ORDER -- DHARMA AND JAINISM: FOUNDATIONS OF HUMAN RIGHTS -- HUMAN FREEDOM AND RIGHTS: WESTERN FRAMEWORK OF THOUGHT -- TRUTH IN JAINISM: UNIVERSAL FOUNDATIONS OF RIGHTS -- THE DHARMIC LAW: INSTITUTIONAL PROTECTION OF RIGHTS -- THE DHARMIC STATE: PROTECTION OF WEAK AND OPPRESSED -- THE CARING STATE: FOUNDATIONS OF SOCIAL HAPPINESS -- THE CARING STATE: STRONG BUT NEVER OPPRESSIVE -- GOVERNMENT GOVERNS IN PLACE OF LAW -- UNITY OF LIFE: DHARMA AND ESSENCE OF ISLAM -- DHARMA AND ISLAMI: JUSTICE WITH TRUTH, TRUTH WITH GOODNESS -- DHARMA & ISLAMII : LET THERE BE NO COMPULSION IN RELIGION -- THE SUPREME COURTI: ADVANCING LAW FOR JUDICIAL CONTROL -- THE SUPREME COURTII: JUDICIAL ACTIVISM A MINDLESS TERM -- TO HAVE OR TO BEI: SICK SYSTEMS, SICK HUMAN BEINGS -- TO HAVE OR TO BEII: BOTHWITHIN INNATE HUMAN WHOLENESS -- UNITY OF LIFE: THE SPIRITUAL AND THE MATERIAL -- PERSONAL AND SOCIAL HEALTH: NOT-GRASPING IN JAINISM -- THE PARADOX OF SEXI: THE FOUNDATIONS OF SEXUAL HAPPINESS -- THE PARADOX OF SEXII: A-PARIGRAHA AS SEXUAL HAPPINESS -- THE HUMAN CONDITION: PHILOSOPHY AS THE ROMANCE OF LIFE -- LEARNING TO LIVE: FREEDOM FROM FEAR OF DEATH -- THE ROOTS OF VIOLENCEI: JAINISM AS FREEDOM FROM FEAR -- THE ROOTS OF VIOLENCEII: JAINISM TOWARDS HUMAN FREEDOM -- THE LOVE OF VIOLENCEI: HAPPINESS HAS NO LITERATURE -- THE LOVE OF VIOLENCEII: HAPPINESS INSPIRES CREATIVITY -- THE POWER OF MINDI: INVOKING THE JOY OF LIFE -- THE POWER OF MINDII: DANCING IN THE ROCKS INTERIOR -- POWER OF PERCEPTION: WHERE MIND IS FREE FROM SORROW -- THE KARMA CONUNDRUM: DECODING THE DIRECTION OF DESTINY -- JAINISM AND RELATIVITY THEORY: SYADAVADA IN EINSTEIN AND BOHR -- BEYOND EITHER/OR: TOWARDS TRUTH AND PEACE.
  • (source: Nielsen Book Data)9780199465187 20160619
Chaturvedi Badrinath (1933?2010), a recipient of the Sahitya Akademi Award, 2009, for his work The Mahabharata: An Inquiry in the Human Condition, was a passionate scholar of Indian philosophy, strikingly original in his approach. An Indian Administrative Service officer for 31 years, he delivered lectures on the concept of dharma and its application in modern times for which he drew extensively from the Mahabharata. In 1995, he was invited by The Times of India to contribute essays on Indian philosophy and thought. In the form of lucid discourses for the layperson, these dealt with dharma as the foundation of civilization. Ranging over perceptions of the self and the other; different ways of ordering society in Jainism, Islam, and Christianity; the paradox of sex; the roots of violence; and the quest for truth and peace, these essays gained wide acclaim and popularity. Badrinaths daughter, Tulsi Badrinath, brings these essays together to present the reader with a book that explains the complex ideas of Indian philosophy in simple and accessible language.
(source: Nielsen Book Data)9780199465187 20160619
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xv, 249 pages : illustrations ; 25 cm.
  • Preface-- A note on the pronunciation of Sanskrit-- Introduction-- 1. Value-- 2. Knowledge-- 3. Reasoning-- 4. Word-- 5. World-- 6. Self-- 7. Ultimates-- Glossary-- Bibliography-- Index.
  • (source: Nielsen Book Data)9780521853569 20160619
This wide-ranging introduction to classical Indian philosophy is philosophically rigorous without being too technical for beginners. Through detailed explorations of the full range of Indian philosophical concerns, including some metaphilosophical issues, it provides readers with non-Western perspectives on central areas of philosophy, including epistemology, logic, metaphysics, ethics, philosophy of language, and philosophy of religion. Chapters are structured thematically, with each including suggestions for further reading. This provides readers with an informed overview whilst enabling them to focus on particular topics if needed. Translated Sanskrit texts are accompanied by authorial explanations and contextualisations, giving the reader an understanding of the argumentative context and philosophical style of Indian texts. A detailed glossary and a guide to Sanskrit pronunciation equip readers with the tools needed for reading and understanding Sanskrit terms and names. The book will be an essential resource for both beginners and advanced students of philosophy and Asian studies.
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Green Library
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777 pages ; 21 cm.
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1 online resource.
  • Muḥibb Allāh Ilāhābādī on Ontology / Shankar Nair
  • A History of Materialism From Ajita to Udbhaṭa / Ramkrishna Bhattacharya
  • Vasubandhu on the Conditioning Factors and the Buddha's Use of Language / Jonathan C. Gold
  • The Philosophy of Mind of Kundakunda and Umāsvāti / Piotr Balcerowicz
  • Buddhaghosa on the Phenomenology of Love and Compassion / Maria Heim
  • Vātsyāyana: Cognition as a Guide to Action / Matthew Dasti
  • Habit and Karmic Result in the Yogaśāstra / Christopher Framarin
  • Proving Idealism in Indian Buddhist Philosophy: Vasubandhu and Dharmakīrti / Birgit Kellner
  • Coreference and Qualification / John Taber, Kei Kataoka
  • History and Doxography of the Philosophical Schools / Ashok Aklujkar
  • Jayarāśi Against the Philosophers / Piotr Balcerowicz
  • Śāntideva's Impartialist Ethics / Charles Goodman
  • Consciousness and Causal Emergence / Christian Coseru
  • Pushing Idealism Beyond its Limits / Dan Arnold
  • Reflexive Awareness and No-Self / Monima Chadha
  • Utpaladeva and Abhinavagupta on the freedom of Consciousness / Isabelle Ratié
  • Hindu Disproofs of God / Andrew Nicholson
  • Introduction / Jonardon Ganeri
  • Raghunātha Śiromaṇi and the Examination of the Truth about the Categories / Michael Williams
  • Mādhava's Garland of Jaimini's Reasons as Exemplary Mīmāṃsā Philosophy / Francis X. Clooney SJ
  • A Defeasibility Theory of Knowledge in Gaṅgeśa's Nyāya / Stephen H. Phillips
  • Jayatīrtha and the Problem of Perceptual Illusion / Michael Williams
  • Two Theories of Motivation and their Assessment by Jayanta / Rajam Raghunathan
  • Nīlakaṇṭha Caturdhara's Advaita Vedānta / Christopher Minkowski
  • Jawaharlal Nehru, Mohandas Gandhi, and the Contexts of Indian Secularism / Akeel Bilgrami
  • Bhimrao Ramji Ambedkar's Modern Moral Idealism / Gopal Guru
  • Anukul Chandra Mukerji / Nalini Bhushan, Jay L. Garfield
  • The Nature of Idealism in the Moksopayasastra/Yogavasis=tha / François Chenet
  • Interpreting Indian Philosophy / Matthew Kapstein
  • The Metaphysics of Self in Praśastapāda's Differential Naturalism / Shalini Sinha
  • Philosophy as a Distinct Cultural Practice: The Transregional Context / Justin E. H. Smith
  • Logic in the Tradition of Prabhācandra / Marie-Hélène Gorisse
  • Freedom in Thinking / Jonardon Ganeri
  • Śrīharṣa's Dissident Epistemology / Jonardon Ganeri
  • Comparison or Confluence Philosophy? / Mark Siderits
  • Bhartṛhari on Language, Perception, and Consciousness / Vincenzo Vergiani
  • Nāgārjuna on Emptiness / Jan Westerhoff
  • Philosophical Quietism in Nāgārjuna and Early Madhyamaka / Tom J. F. Tillemans
  • An Indian Philosophy of Law / Donald R. Davis Jr..
The Oxford Handbook of Indian Philosophy tells the story of philosophy in India through a series of exceptional individual acts of philosophical virtuosity. It brings together forty leading international scholars to record the diverse figures, movements, and approaches that constitute philosophy in the geographical region of the Indian subcontinent, a region sometimes nowadays designated South Asia. The chapters provide a synopsis of the liveliest areas of contemporary research and set new agendas for nascent directions of exploration.
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xiii, 343 p. : ill. ; 23 cm.
  • Preface. Abbreviations Part 1 1. Introduction Part 2: The Foundations 2. The Vedas 3. The Upanisads. Appendix I Translations of Selected Texts Part 3: Non-Vedic Systems 4. The Cavaka Darsana and the Sramanas 5. The Jaina Darsana 6. The Bauddha Darsana. Appendix II Translations of Selected Texts from Non-Vedic Systems Part 4: The Ancient Systems 7. The Mimamsa Darsana 8. The Samkhya Darsana 9. The Yoga Darsana 10. The Vaisesika Darsana 11. The Nyaya Darsana. Appendix III Translations of Selected Texts from the Ancient Systems Part 5: Systems with Global Impact 12. The Buddhist Schools 13. The Vedanta Darsana. Appendix IV Translations of Selected Texts from the Buddhist Schools and the Vedanta Darsana Part 6: The Teachings of the Bhagavad Gita 14. The Bhagavad Gita Part 7: Modern Indian Thought 15. Modern Indian Thought. Endnotes. Glossary. Bibliography. Index.
  • (source: Nielsen Book Data)9780415800037 20160606
An Introduction to Indian Philosophy offers a profound yet accessible survey of the development of India's philosophical tradition. Beginning with the formation of Brahmanical, Jaina, Materialist, and Buddhist traditions, Bina Gupta guides the reader through the classical schools of Indian thought, culminating in a look at how these traditions inform Indian philosophy and society in modern times. Offering translations from source texts and clear explanations of philosophical terms, this text provides a rigorous overview of Indian philosophical contributions to epistemology, metaphysics, philosophy of language, and ethics. This is a must-read for anyone seeking a reliable and illuminating introduction to Indian philosophy.
(source: Nielsen Book Data)9780415800037 20160606
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450 pages ; 25 cm.
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xiii, 327 p.
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xiii, 327 p. ; 24 cm.
  • ACKNOWLEDGMENTS -- PREFACE (SHAIL MAYALAM) -- INTRODUCTION (ARINDAM CHAKRABARTI) -- I.ENTREE -- Thinking vs. Thought: Strategies for Conceptual Creativity 1 -- II. THINKING ABOUT THINKING -- Thinking Creatively about the Creative Act 2 -- Thinking with Causality about Causality 3 -- III.SAMVAD -- Comparative Philosophy: What it is and what it ought to be 4 -- Apoha and Samavaya in Kantian Perspective 5 -- Is Tattvam Asi the Same Type of Identity Statement as The Morning Star is the Evening Star? 6 -- IV.VAIDALYA -- Rasa: The Bane of Indian Aesthetics 7 -- Substance: The Bane of Philosophy 8 -- V. NEGATION -- Negation - Can Philosophy ever recover from it? 9 -- Some Problems regarding thinking about Abhava 10 -- VI. KNOWLEDGE -- Knowledge: Whose is it? What is it? And why has it to be true? 11 -- Definition, Deception and the Enterprise of Knowledge 12 -- VII. TRUTH -- Madness, Reason and Truth 13 -- Illusion, Hallucination and the problem of Truth 14 -- Reality, Imagination and Truth 15 -- VIII. INDIAN PHILOSOPHICAL REFLECTIONS -- Shockproof, Evidence-proof, Argument-proof World of Sampradayika 16 -- SCHOLARSHIP OF INDIAN PHILOSOPHY -- Can the Analysis of Adhyasa Ever Lead to an Advaitic Conclusion? 17 -- IX. SRUTI -- Is the doctrine of Arthavada compatible with the idea of Sruti? 18 -- The Mimamsaka versus the Yajnika: some further problems in the interpretation of Sruti 19 -- VEDA -- Rg Veda: The Mantra, the Sukta and the Mandala or The Rsi, the Devata, the Chanda- 20 -- THE STRUCTURE OF THE TEXT AND THE PROBLEMS REGARDING IT -- The Vedic Corpus and the two Sutra-Texts, concerned with it-- The Mimamsa Sutra 21 -- AND THE BRAHMA SUTRA -- XI. TRANSGRESSIONS -- Did the Gopis Really Love Krishna? 22 -- An Alleged Anecdote Revisited: Sankara in the King's Body 23 -- XII. FREE THINKING -- Freeing Philosophy from the 'Prison-House' of 'I-Centricity' 24 -- Freedom, Reason, Ethics and Aesthetics 25 -- ENVOI -- Eros, Nomos, Logos 26 -- INDEX.
  • (source: Nielsen Book Data)9780199795550 20160606
Daya Krishna (1924-2007) was easily the most creative and original Indian philosopher of the second half of the 20th century. His thought and philosophical energy dominated academic Indian philosophy and determined the nature of the engagement of Indian philosophy with Western philosophy during that period. He passed away recently, leaving behind an enormous corpus of published work on a wide range of philosophical topics, as well as a great deal of incomplete, nearly-complete and complete-but-as-yet-unpublished work. Daya Krishna's thought and publications address a broad range of philosophical issues, including issues of global philosophical importance that transcend considerations of particular traditions; issues particular to Indian philosophy; and issues at the intersection of Indian and Western philosophy, especially questions about the philosophy of language and ontology that emerge in the context of his Samvada project that brought together Western philosophers and Nyaya pandits to discuss questions in the philosophy of language and metaphysics. The volume editors have organized the volume as a set of ten couplets and triplets. Each draws together papers from different periods in Daya Krishna's life: some take different approaches to the same problem or text; in some cases, the second paper references and takes issue with arguments developed in the first; in still others, Daya Krishna addresses very different topics, but using the same distinctive philosophical methodology. Each set is introduced by one of the editors. These couplets are framed by two of Daya Krishna's finest metaphilosophical essays, one that introduces his approach, and one that draws some of his grand morals about the discipline. Daya Krishna's daughter, Professor Shail Mayaram of the Center for the Study of Developing Societies contributes a preface, and Professor Arindam Chakrabarti, a longtime colleague of Daya Krisha and a collaborator on some of his most important philosophical ventures has written the introduction.
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Green Library

20. Darśanāvalī [2011 - 2015]

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3 volumes ; 22 cm
Contributed articles on Indic philosophy.
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