A History of Indian Philosophy, Volume 1 eBook

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14 The Origin of Knowledge (Prama@na)............................330 15 The four Prama@nas of Nyaya...................................332 16 Perception (Pratyak@sa).......................................333 17 Inference................................................
.....343 18 Upamana and S’abda............................................354 19 Negation in Nyaya-Vais’e@sika.................................355 20 The necessity of the Acquirement of debating devices for the seeker of Salvation.........................................360 21 The Doctrine of Soul..........................................362 22 Is’vara and Salvation.........................................363

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CHAPTER IX

MIMA@MSA PHILOSOPHY

1 A Comparative Review...........................................367
2 The Mima@msa Literature........................................369
3 The Parata@h-prama@nya doctrine of Nyaya and the
Svata@h-prama@nya doctrine of Mima@msa..........................372
4 The place of Sense-organs in Perception........................375
5 Indeterminate and Determinate Perception.......................378
6 Some Ontological Problems connected with the Doctrine of
Perception..................................................
....379 7 The Nature of Knowledge........................................382 8 The Psychology of Illusion.....................................384 9 Inference.................................................
.....387 10 Upamana, Arthapatti...........................................391 11 S’abda-prama@na....................................
...........394 12 The Prama@na of Non-perception (anupalabdhi)..................397 13 Self, Salvation, and God......................................399 14 Mima@msa as Philosophy and Mima@msa as Ritualism..............403

CHAPTER X

THE S’A@NKARA SCHOOL OF VEDANTA

1 Comprehension of the Philosophical Issues more essential than
the Dialectic of Controversy....................................406
2 The philosophical situation:  a Review..........................408
3 Vedanta Literature.............................................418
4 Vedanta in Gau@dapada..........................................420
5 Vedanta and Sa@nkara (788-820 A.D.)............................429
6 The main idea of the Vedanta philosophy........................439
7 In what sense is the world-appearance false?...................443
8 The nature of the world-appearance, phenomena..................445
9 The Definition of Ajnana (nescience)...........................452
10 Ajnana established by Perception and Inference................454
11 Locus and Object of Ajnana, Aha@mkara and Anta@hkara@na.......457
12 Anirvacyavada and the Vedanta dialectic.......................461
13 The Theory of Causation.......................................465
14 Vedanta theory of Perception and Inference....................470
15 Atman, Jiva, Is’vara, Ekajivavada and D@r@s@tis@r@s@tivada....474
16 Vedanta theory of Illusion....................................485
17 Vedanta Ethics and Vedanta Emancipation.......................489
18 Vedanta and other Indian systems..............................492
INDEX............................................................495

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