Surendranath Dasgupta | Criticism

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SOURCE: A review of Yoga Philosophy, in International Journal of Ethics, Vol. XLI, No. 3, April, 1931, pp. 402-04.

In the following essay, a review of Yoga Philosophy, Schaub outlines a definition of that philosophy by contrasting it with other modes of thought.

Though Yoga represents one of the most striking, if not most characteristic, expressions of the Hindu spirit, the Western world has had less opportunity to acquire reliable knowledge concerning it than it has, for example, concerning the Vedanta and the Sankhya systems. The present volume, therefore, is directed to the meeting of a real need. It will be welcomed with peculiar eagerness because of the high reputation which its author has already gained through his scholarly volume entitled A History of Indian Philosophy and his illuminating work on Hindu Mysticism.

Yoga Philosophy, though only recently off the press, was written prior to the works that established Professor...

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