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Source Book in Indian Philosophy

by S Radhakrishnan and C A Moore Princeton University Press
Pub Date:
04/1967
ISBN:
9780691019581
Format:
Pbk 720 pages
Price:
AU$104.00 NZ$110.43
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'This book . . . is not only for the Western student, but for all of us who must gauge our impacted twentieth-century world and find our path in its confusion.'--The New York Times


  • FrontMatter, pg. i
  • Preface, pg. ix
  • Contents, pg. xv
  • General Introduction, pg. xvii
  • Chapter I. The Vedas, pg. 3
  • Chapter II. The Upanisads, pg. 37
  • Introduction, pg. 99
  • Chapter III. The Bhagavad-Gita, pg. 101
  • Chapter IV. The Mahabharata, pg. 164
  • Chapter V. The Laws of Manu, pg. 172
  • Chapter VI. Kautilya's Artha-Śāstra, pg. 193
  • Chapter VII. Cārvāka, pg. 227
  • Chapter VIII. Jainism, pg. 250
  • Chapter IX. Buddhism, pg. 272
  • Introduction, pg. 349
  • Chapter X. Nyāya, pg. 356
  • Chapter XI. Vaiśeṣika, pg. 386
  • Chapter XII. Sāṁkhya, pg. 424
  • Chapter XIII. Yoga, pg. 453
  • Chapter XIV. Pūrva Mīmaṁsā, pg. 486
  • Chapter XV. Vedānta, pg. 506
  • Chapter XVI. Sri Aurobindo, pg. 575
  • Chapter XVII. Sarvepalli Radhakrishnan, pg. 610
  • Appendices, pg. 638
  • Bibliography, pg. 643
  • Index, pg. 671

This book . . . is not only for the Western student, but for all of us who must gauge our impacted twentieth-century world and find our path in its confusion. The New York Times