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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.

CHAPTER VII

THE KAPILA AND THE PATANJALA SA@MKHYA (YOGA)

1 A Review.............................................
.........208 2 The Germs of Sa@mkhya in the Upani@sads.......................211 3 Sa@mkhya and Yoga Literature..................................212 4 An Early School of Sa@mkhya...................................213 5 Sa@mkhya karika, Sa@mkhya sutra, Vacaspati Mis’ra and Vijnana Bhiksu......................................................
....222 6 Yoga and Patanjali............................................226 7 The Sa@mkhya and the Yoga doctrine of Soul or Purusa..........238 8 Thought and Matter............................................241 9 Feelings, the Ultimate Substances.............................242 10 The Gunas................................................
.....243 11 Prak@@rti and its evolution...................................245 12 Pralaya and the disturbance of the Prak@rti Equilibrium.......247 13 Mahat and Ahamkara............................................248 14 The Tanmatras and the Paramanus...............................251 15 Principle of Causation and Conservation of Energy.............254 16 Change as the formation of new collocations...................255 17 Causation as Satkaryavada (the theory that the effect potentially exists before it is generated by the movement of the cause)...............................................
....257 18 Sa@mkhya Atheism and Yoga Theism..............................258 19 Buddhi and Purusa.............................................259 20 The Cognitive Process and some characteristics of Citta.......261 21 Sorrow and its Dissolution....................................264 22 Citta....................................................
.....268 23 Yoga Purificatory Practices (Parikarma).......................270 24 The Yoga Meditation......................................
.....271

CHAPTER VIII

THE NYAYA-VAISESIKA PHILOSOPHY

1 Criticism of Buddhism and Sa@mkhya from the Nyaya standpoint...274
2 Nyaya and Vais’e@sika sutras...................................276
3 Does Vais’e@sika represent an old school of Mima@msa?..........280
4 Philosophy in the Vais’e@sika sutras...........................285
5 Philosophy in the Nyaya sutras.................................294
6 Philosophy of Nyaya sutras and Vais’e@sika sutras..............301
7 The Vais’e@sika and Nyaya Literature...........................305
8 The main doctrine of the Nyaya-Vais’e@sika Philosophy..........310
9 The six Padarthas:  Dravya, Gu@na, Karma, Samanya, Vis’e@sa,
Samavaya....................................................
....313 10 The Theory of Causation.......................................319 11 Dissolution (Pralaya) and Creation (S@r@s@ti).................323 12 Proof of the Existence of Is’vara.............................325 13 The Nyaya-Vais’e@sika Physics.................................326
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