Classical Indian Philosophy

Classical Indian Philosophy

A history of philosophy without any gaps, Volume 5

Adamson, Peter; Ganeri, Jonardon

Oxford University Press






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1: Begin at the End: Introduction to Indian Philosophy
2: Scriptures, Schools, and Systems: A Historical Overview
3: Kingdom for a Horse: India in the Vedic Period
4: Hide and Seek: The Upanisads
5: Indra's Search: The Self in the Upanisads
6: You Are What You Do: Karma in the Upanisads
7: Case Worker: Panini's Grammar
8: Suffering and Smiling: The Buddha
9: Crossover Appeal: The Nature of the Buddha's Teaching
10: Carry a Big Stick: Ancient Indian Political Thought
11: Better Half: Women in Ancient India
12: Grand Illusion: Dharma and Deception in the Mahabharata
13: World on a String: The Bhagavad-gita
14: Mostly Harmless: Non-Violence
The Age of the Sutra
15: A Tangled Web: The Age of the Sutra
16: When in Doubt: The Rise of Skepticism
17: Master of Ceremonies: Jaimini's Mimamsa-sutra
18: Innocent Until Proven Guilty: Mimamsa on Knowledge and Language
19: Source Code: Badarayaa's Vedanta-sutra
20: No Two Ways About It: Sakara and Advaita Vedanta
21: Communication Breakdown: Bhartrhari on Language
22: The Theory of Evolution: isvarakrsna's Samkhya-karika
23: Who Wants to Live Forever? Early ayurvedic Medicine
24: Practice Makes Perfect: Patanjali's Yoga-sutra
25: Where There's Smoke There's Fire: Gautama's Nyaya-sutra
26: What You See Is What You Get: Nyaya on Perception
27: Standard Deductions: Nyaya on Reasoning
28: The Truth Shall Set You Free: Nyaya on the Mind
29: Fine Grained Analysis: Kanada's Vaisesika-sutra
30: The Whole Story: Vaisesika on Complexity and Causation
31: A Day in the Life: Theories of Time
32: The Wolf's Footprint: Indian Naturalism
33: Mind out of Matter: Materialist Theories of the Self
Buddhists and Jainas
34: We Beg to Differ: The Buddhists and Jainas
35: It All Depends: Nagarjuna on Emptiness
36: Motion Denied: Nagarjuna on Change
37: No Four Ways About It: Nagarjuna's Tetralemma
38: Taking Perspective: The Jaina Theory of Standpoints
39: Well Qualified: The Jainas on Truth
40: Change of Mind: Vasubandhu and Yogacara Buddhism
41: Who's Pulling Your Strings? Buddhaghosa on No-Self and Autonomy
42: Under Construction: Dignaga on Perception and Language
43: Follow the Evidence: Dignaga's Logic
44: Doors of Perception: Dignaga on Consciousness
Beyond Ancient India
45: In Good Taste: The Rasa Aesthetic Theory
46: Learn by Doing: Tantra
47: Looking East: Indian Influence on Greek Thought
48: The Buddha and I: Indian Influence on Islamic and European Thought
49: What Happened Next: Indian Philosophy After Dignaga