Vednta Philosophy Three Lectures on Spiritual Unfoldment

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Robert Browning

of the ritualistic portions of the Vedas , i.e. , Karma Kanda and lays down that the highest ... Muller , F.M. Three Lectures on l'edanta Philosophy , p .

Robert Browning

Robert Browning, 1812-1889, English poet.

Vedanta Philosophy

Vedanta Philosophy


Swami Vivekananda His Second Visit to the West

1 Two days later , the San Francisco newspapers carried small advertisements
that read : SWAMI VIVEKANANDA . . . will give a course of three lectures on " The
Vedanta Philosophy " [ " Vedlinta Philosophy ” in the Examiner ; “ Vedonta ...

Swami Vivekananda  His Second Visit to the West


Problems and Perspectives in Religious Discourse

For Muller see , Three Lectures on the Vedanta Philosophy , London , 1984 and The ... der Kantischen Philosophie , Berlin , 1922 , The System of the Veddnta ...

Problems and Perspectives in Religious Discourse

Religious discourse uses ordinary language in an extraordinary way. This book surveys Western and Indian discussions of the nature and aspects of religious discourse. It presents the first cross-cultural elucidation of Advaita Vedanta as religious discourse.

Perceiving in Advaita Ved nta

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Perceiving in Advaita Ved nta

Advaita Vedanta is the most pervasive and enduring Indian perspective, and continues to be the most challenging and provocative philosophic position the world over. This study undertakes an analysis of the epistemological issues inherent in the Advaita Vedanta theory of the knowing and the known.

A Source Book in Indian Philosophy

Shripad Krishna Belvalkar, Shree Gopal Basu Mallik Lectures on Veda'nta Philosophy. Poona: Bilvakunja Publishing House, 1929. Asutosh Bhattacharya, Studies ...

A Source Book in Indian Philosophy

Here are the chief riches of more than 3,000 years of Indian philosophical thought-the ancient Vedas, the Upanisads, the epics, the treatises of the heterodox and orthodox systems, the commentaries of the scholastic period, and the contemporary writings. Introductions and interpretive commentaries are provided.

The Religions of India Handbooks on the History of Religions

369; and BruiningBijdrage tot de Kennis van den Ved[=a]nta, 1871. ... 95 (Çankara's advaita philosophy); also Müller, Three Lectures.

The Religions of India  Handbooks on the History of Religions


Orientalism and Religion

Ibid., III.275 For a detailed analysis of the philosophical differences between Buddhism and Vednta traditions, see King, Early Advaita Vednta and ...

Orientalism and Religion

Orientalism and Religion offers us a timely discussion of the implications of contemporary post-colonial theory for the study of religion. Richard King examines the way in which notions such as mysticism, religion, Hinduism and Buddhism are taken for granted. He shows us how religion needs to be reinterpreted along the lines of cultural studies. Drawing on a variety of post-structuralist and post-colonial thinkers, such as Foucault, Gadamer, Said, and Spivak, King provides us with a challenging series of reflections on the nature of Religious Studies and Indology.

Orientalism Empire and National Culture

Mirzapore: Orphan School Press, 1852. ——, ed. First Lessons in Sanskrit Grammar. Mirzapore: Orphan Press, 1851. [——.] 'The Gist of the Veda ̄nta ...

Orientalism  Empire  and National Culture

Orientalist research has most often been characterised as an integral element of the European will-to-power over the Asian world. This study seeks to nuance this view, and asserts that British Orientalism in India was also an inherently complex and unstable enterprise, predicated upon the cultural authority of the Sanskrit pandits.

Philosophy in Colonial India

assumes that Indian philosophy is, and European philosophy is not, antiquarian. Philosophy, which is not antiquarian ... Contemporary Veda ̄nta philosophy.

Philosophy in Colonial India

This volume focuses on the gradual emergence of modern Indian philosophy through the cross-cultural encounter between indigenous Indian and Western traditions of philosophy, during the colonial period in India, specifically in the 19th and early 20th centuries. This volume acknowledges that what we take ‘Indian philosophy’ or ‘modern Indian philosophy’ to mean today is the sub-text of a much wider, complex and varied Indian reception of the West during the colonial period. Consisting of –twelve chapters and a thematic introduction, the volume addresses the role of academic philosophy in the cultural and social ferment of the colonial period in India and its impact on the development of cross-cultural philosophy, the emergence of a cosmopolitan consciousness in colonial India; as also the philosophical contribution of India to cultural globalization. The issue of colonialism and emergence of new identities in India has engaged the critical attention of scholars from diverse fields of inquiry such as history, sociology, politics, and subaltern studies. However, till today the emergence of modern Indian philosophy remains an unexplored area of inquiry. Much of the academic philosophical work of this period, despite its manifest philosophical originality and depth, stands largely ignored, not only abroad, but even in India. This neglect needs to be overcome by a re-reading of philosophical writings in English produced by scholars located in the universities of colonial India. This edited volume will facilitate further explorations into the presence of colonial tensions as they are visible in the writings of modern Indian academic philosophers like B. N. Seal, Hiralal Haldar, Rasvihary Das,, G. R. Malkani, K. C. Bhattacharyya, . G. N. Mathrani and others.

Swami Vivekananda in the West A new gospel

So you want philosophy , ” Swamiji replied . “ Then you ... will give a course of
three lectures on " The Vedanta Philosophy " [ " Vedlinta Philosophy " in the
Examiner ; " Vedonta Philosophy ” in the Chronicle ] , at Washington Hall , 320
Post st .

Swami Vivekananda in the West  A new gospel


Rabindranath Tagore in the 21st Century

III. The Veda ̄nta school of classical Indian Philosophy was in part constructed to provide theoretical interpretations of various Upanishadic claims ...

Rabindranath Tagore in the 21st Century

This critical volume addresses the question of Rabindranath Tagore's relevance for postmodern and postcolonial discourse in the twenty-first century. The volume includes contributions by leading contemporary scholars on Tagore and analyses Tagore's literature, music, theatre, aesthetics, politics and art against contemporary theoretical developments in postcolonial literature and social theory. The authors take up themes as varied as the implications of Tagore’s educational vision for contemporary India; new theoretical interpretations of gender, queer elements, feminism and subalternism in Tagore's literary and social expressions; his language use as a vehicle for a dialogue between positivism, Orientalism and other constructs in the ongoing process of globalization; the nature of the influence of Tagore's music and literature on national and cultural identity formation, particularly in Bengal and Bangladesh; and intersubjectivity and critical modernity in Tagore’s art. This volume opens up a space for Tagore’s critique and his creative innovations in present theoretical engagements.

India What Can It Teach Us

Philosophy in India is , what it ought to be , not the denial , but the ... and the oldest name of the oldest system of philosophy in India is Vedâ nta ...

India What Can It Teach Us

Some of the greatest spiritual knowledge can be found in India, which is why serious seekers of wisdom have no choice but to go there. This book reveals the value of ancient Indian literature and of its ancient religion. Will help one see and feel what it was like in ancient India, and the importance that it played, and is still playing, in the history of the human race.

Vedanta Philosophy

Shree Gopal Basu Mallik Lectures on S. K. Belvalkar ... Lecture 3 = Vedinta in the Bhagavadgitii A Chronological Stratification ...

Vedanta Philosophy

This widely quoted but long unavailable book by one of India's leading scholars includes six lectures: 1. Introductory; 2. Upanisadic Vedanta; 3. Vedanta in the Bhagavadgita; 4. Vedanta in the Brahmasutras; 5. Pre-Sankara Vedanta; 6. Sankara: His Life and Times. In the second through fourth lectures Belvalkar investigates Vedanta in relation to its three primary sources. In the fifth lecture he discusses the contribution of Gaudapada. In the sixth lecture he includes what is still the only comprehensive analysis of the authenticity of all the works attributed to Sankara. An additional six lectures in this series were delivered, but apparently never published.

The Oxford Companion to Philosophy

... non-Western philosophies such as Advaita Veda ̄nta, Buddhism, and Taoism; and the world-views of indigenous peoples such as Native Americans.

The Oxford Companion to Philosophy

An in-depth philosophical reference work furnishes clear and reliable guidance on the ideas of philosophers, ranging from antiquity to the present day, and the major philosophical systems around the globe.