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I comprises Buddhist and Jaina Philosophy and the six systems of Hindu thought, viz. It also contains the philosophy of the Yogavasistha, the Bhagavadgita and speculations in the medical schools. My library Help Advanced Book Search.

A History of Indian PhilosophyVolume 1. The work appears in five volumes. III contains an elaborate account of the Principal Dualistic and Pluralistic Systems such as the philosophy of the Pancaratra, Bhaskara, Yamuna, Ramanuja, Nimbarka, Vijnanabhiksu and philosophical speculations of some of the selected Puranas.

V treats the Southern Schools of Saivism, viz. Saiva Philosophy in the Puranas and in some important texts. In the words of the Oxford Journal ‘the collection of data, editing and the interpretation of every school of thought is a feat unparalleled in the field of history of philosophy.

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Selected pages Title Page. Classification of the Vedic literature II. An Early Surenrdanath of Samkhya. The Samkhya and the Yoga doctrine of Soul or Purusa. Feelings the Ultimate Substances. Prakrti and its evolution. Pralaya and the disturbance of the Prakrti Equilibrium. Polytheism Henotheism and Monotheism. Growth of a Monotheistic tendency Prajapati Visvakarma. Sacrifice the First Rudiments of the Law of Karma. Eschatology the Doctrine of Atman.


A History Of Indian Philosophy, Volume I by Surendranath Dasgupta

The names of the Upanisads NonBrahmanic influence. Brahmanas and the Early Upanisads. The Atman doctrine Place of Brahman in the Upanisads Growth of the Philosophic Literature. The Indian systems of Philosophy. Some fundamental points of agreement.

The Doctrine of Mukti. The Doctrine of Soul.

A history of Indian philosophy

Unity in Indian Sadhana philosophical religious and ethical endeavours. The Doctrine of Causal Connection of early Buddhism. Avijj i and Asava. The Schools of Theravada Buddhism. The Tathata Philosophy of Asvaghosa 80 a D. The Madhyamika or the Sunyavada schoolNihilism.

Uncompromising Idealism or the School of Vijnanavada Buddhism. Sautrantika theory of Perception. Sautrantika theory of Inference.

The Doctrine of Momentanness. Brief Survey of the Evolution of Buddhist Thought. Two Sects of Jainism. The Canonical and other Literature of the Jains Some General Characteristics of adsgupta Jains.

The Doctrine of Relative Pluralism Anekantavada. The Doctrine of Nayas. Sursndranath Doctrine of Syadvada. Knowledge its value for us. Karma Asrava and Nirjara. The Germs of Samkhya in the Upanisads.

Samkhya and Yoga Literature. The Tanmatras and the Paramanus. Principle of Causation and Conservation of Energy.

Change as the formation of new collocations. Causation as Satkaryavada the theory that the effect potentially exists before it is generated by the movement of the cause.

Samkhya Atheism and Yoga Theism. The Cognitive Process and some characteristics of Citta. Sorrow and its Dissolution.

Yoga Purificatory Practices Parikarma. Nyaya and Vaisesika sutras. Does Vaisesika represent an old school of Mimamsa? Philosophy in the Vaisesika sutras. Philosophy in the Nyaya sutras. Philosophy of Nyaya sutras and Vaisesika sutras. The Vaisesika and Nyaya Literature.


The main doctrine of the NyayaVaisesika Philosophy.

The Theory of Causation. Dissolution Pralaya and Creation Srsi. Proof of the Existence of Surendranayh vara. The Origin of Knowledge Pramana. The four Pramanas of Nyaya. The necessity of the Acquirement of debating devices for the seeker of Salvation. The Paratahpramanya doctrine of Nyaya and the Svatahpramanya doctrine of Mimamsa. The place of Syrendranath in Perception. Indeterminate and Determinate Perception.

Some Ontological Problems connected with the Doctrine hisrory Per ception. The Nature of Knowledge. The Psychology of Illusion. The Pramana of Nonperception anupalabdhi. Self Salvation and Dazgupta. Mimamsa as Philosophy and Mimamsa as Ritualism. Vedanta and Sanlcara A D. The main idea of the Vedanta philosophy. In what sense is the worldappearance false? The nature of the worldappearance phenomena. The Definition of Ajnana nescience. Ajnana established by Perception and Inference.

Locus and Object of Ajnana Ahamkara and Antahkarana. Anirvacyavada and the Vedanta dialectic. Vedanta theory of Perception and Inference. Atman Jtva Is vara Ekajivavada and D rstisrstivada. Vedanta theory of Illusion. Vedanta Ethics and Vedanta Emancipation. Vedanta and other Indian systems. Dasgupta Limited preview – A History of Indian Philosophy: