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History of Indian Philosophy : Routledge History of World Philosophies - Purushottama Bilimoria

History of Indian Philosophy

Routledge History of World Philosophies

By: Purushottama Bilimoria (Editor)

Hardcover Published: 5th December 2017
ISBN: 9780415309769
Number Of Pages: 638

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The History of Indian Philosophy is a comprehensive and authoritative examination of the movements and thinkers that have shaped Indian philosophy over the last three thousand years. An outstanding team of international contributors provide fifty-eight accessible chapters, organised into three clear parts:

  • knowledge, context, concepts
  • philosophical traditions
  • engaging and encounters: modern and postmodern.

This outstanding collection is essential reading for students of Indian philosophy. It will also be of interest to those seeking to explore the lasting significance of this rich and complex philosophical tradition, and to philosophers who wish to learn about Indian philosophy through a comparative lens.

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'This book is an outstanding achievement of scholarship, breadth of representation, historical nuance, and wide accessibility. The volume contains key articles across a range of areas in mind, knowledge, and reality. This book will be an important resource for both specialists and generalists of Indian philosophy as well as those in Western philosophy seeking to gain an understanding of the vast traditions and complex arguments that make up Indian philosophy.'

Anand Vaidya, San Jose State University, USA

'This meticulously crafted volume, exhaustive in its historical reach and judicious in its choice of topics, promises to become an indispensable resource for both scholars and students of the Indian philosophical tradition.'

Saranindranath Tagore, National University of Singapore, Singapore

Part 1: Knowledge, Context, Concepts 1. Introduction: Textual Scriptual Issues in Philosophy Christian Coseru 2. Methodology in Indian Philosophy Nirmalaya Chakraborty 3. Pramana Epistemology and Testimony Purushottama Bilimoria 4. Buddhist Hermenutics John Powers 5. Process Philosophy and Phenomenology of Time in Buddhism Hari Shankar Prasad 6. Philosophy and Religion in India Jessica Frazier 7. Indian Skepticism Raghunath Ghosh 8. Self in Indian Philosophy: Questions, Answers, Issues Michael Levine 9. Contents of Consciousness: Perception Monima Chadha 10. Indian Materialism Raghunath Ghosh Part Two: Philosophical Traditions, I 11. Philosophy of the Bhramanas Hermann Tull 12. Upanishads Brian Black 13. Samkhya Mikel Burley 14. The Plurality of Samkhya Traditions Knut A. Jacobsen 15. Mimamsa Elisa Freschi 16. Vaisesika Shashi Prabha Kumar 17. Nyaya Stephen Philips 18. The Nyaya on Inference and Fallacies Jay Shaw 19. Embodied Connectionism: Nyaya Philosophy of Mind Douglas Berger 20. Udayana and the phenomenal separateness of self Chakravarthi Ram Prasad 21. Udayana's Theory of Extrinsic Validity in his Theistic Monograph Taisei Shida 22. Early Vedanta Andrew Nicholson 23. Advaita Vedanta of Shankara Thomas Forsthoefel 24. Avidya: the Hard Problem in Advaita Vedanta Stephen Kaplan 25. Visistadvaita Vedanta Chris Bartley 26. Classical Yoga Ana Funes 27. Yoga Ian Whicher Part 2: Philosophical Traditions, II 28. Indian Yogacara: an Historical Overview William Waldron 29. The Theravada Buddhist Tradition: Philosophical Foundations, Social Activism, Contemplative Buddhism and Issues of Human Well-being Padmasiri DeSilva 30. Abhidharma Joseph Walser 31. Nagarjuna's Early Madhyamaka "Deconstruction" And Moderation Douglas Berger 32. Nagarjuna Jay Garfield 33. Self or No-Self? Buddhism versus Nyaya, Saiva Siddhanta, Bhatta Mimamsa and Jainism Alex Watson 34. Svatantrika Madhyamaka Metaphysics: Bhavavevika's Conception of Reality Sonam Thakchoe 35. Janagarbha: The Theory of the Two Truths Sonam Thackchoe 36. Vajrayana Buddhism In Tibetan Perspective: A Spiritual Science Of Civilized Happiness Joseph Loizzo and Amy Rayner Part 2: Philosophical Traditions, III 37. Hermeneutics: Hindu, Buddhist and Jain Arthur Dudney 38. Basic Jaina Epistemology Soni Jayendra 39. Jaina Ethics and Moral Philosophy Chris Chapple 40. Anekantavada, Nayavada, and Syadvada: The History and Significance of the Jain Doctrines of Relativity Jeff Long 41. Tantra and Kashmir Shaivism David Lawrence 42. Looking beyond the Darsanas: Tantric Knowledge Systems and Indian Philosophy Jason Schwartz 43. The Epistemology of Classical Hindu Law Check for word doc, key words etc Donald R. Davis, Jr. 44. Abhinavagupta Loriliai Biernacki 45. Nyaya Ethics Kisor K Chakrbarti 46. Cognition and Language: Buddhist Criticism of Bhartrhari's Thesis Toshiya Unebe 47. Philosophy of Medieval India: Music, Poetry, Songs, Performance, Bhakti David Mellins 48. Indian Philosophy Regarding Music William Jackson Part 3: Engaging and Encounters: Modern and Postmodern 49. Postcolonial Critique of the Philosophy of Religion Purushottama Bilimoria 50. Islamic Modernism in India Muhammad Kumal 51. Dharma Otherwise: Sikh Dharam Balbinder Bhogal 52. Buddhist Ethics Damien Keown 53. Buddhism: Ethics and Social Engagement Peter Paul Kakol (edited by Amy Rayner) 54. India and European Philosophy Thomas Ellis 55. Modern Philosophy in India A Raghuramaraju 56. Tagore's Aesthetics and Philosophy Priyambada Sarkar 57. Gandhi's Truth: debating Bilgrami Bindu Puri 58. Understanding Indian Philosophical Traditions Anna-Pya Sjodin 59. Malkani Sharad Deshpande 60. Postmodern Approaches to Indian Philosophy Carl Olson 61. Postcolonialism Joseph Prabhu. Index

ISBN: 9780415309769
ISBN-10: 041530976X
Series: Routledge History of World Philosophies
Audience: Tertiary; University or College
Format: Hardcover
Language: English
Number Of Pages: 638
Published: 5th December 2017
Country of Publication: GB
Dimensions (cm): 25.4 x 17.78  x 3.81
Weight (kg): 1.2
Edition Number: 1

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