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This eBook from the Gutenberg Project consists of approximately 620 pages of information about A History of Indian Philosophy, Volume 1.

BUDDHIST PHILOSOPHY

1 The State of Philosophy in India before Buddha.................78
2 Buddha:  his Life...............................................81
3 Early Buddhist Literature......................................82
4 The Doctrine of Causal Connection of early Buddhism............84
5 The Khandhas..............................................
.....93 6 Avijja and Asava...............................................99 7 Sila and Samadhi..............................................100 8 Kamma.....................................................
....106 9 Upani@sads and Buddhism.......................................109 10 The Schools of Theravada Buddhism.............................112 11 Mahayanism...............................................
.....125 12 The Tathata Philosophy of As’vagho@sa (80 A.D.)...............129 13 The Madhyamika or the Sunyavada school--Nihilism..............138 14 Uncompromising Idealism or the School of Vijnanavada Buddhism.145 15 Sautrantika theory of Perception..............................151 16 Sautrantika theory of Inference...............................155 17 The Doctrine of Momentariness.................................158 18 The Doctrine of Momentariness and the Doctrine of Causal Efficiency (Arthakriyakaritva)..................................163 19 Some Ontological Problems on which the Different Indian Systems diverged....................................................
....164 20 Brief Survey of the Evolution of Buddhist Thought.............166

CHAPTER VI

THE JAINA PHILOSOPHY

1 The Origin of Jainism.........................................169
2 Two Sects of Jainism..........................................170
3 The Canonical and other Literature of the Jains...............171
4 Some General Characteristics of the Jains.....................172
5 Life of Mahavira..............................................173
6 The Fundamental Ideas of Jaina Ontology.......................173
7 The Doctrine of Relative Pluralism (Anekantavada).............175
8 The Doctrine of Nayas.........................................176
9 The Doctrine of Syadvada......................................179
10 Knowledge, its value for us...................................181
11 Theory of Perception..........................................183
12 Non-Perceptual knowledge......................................185
13 Knowledge as Revelation.......................................186
14 The Jivas................................................
.....188 15 Karma Theory..................................................190 16 Karma, Asrava and Nirjara.....................................192 17 Pudgala..................................................
.....195 18 Dharma, Adharma, Akas’a.......................................197 19 Kala and Samaya...............................................198 20 Jaina Cosmography.............................................199 21 Jaina Yoga....................................................199 22 Jaina Atheism.................................................203 23 Mok@sa (emancipation).........................................207

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