Author: S RadhakrishnanPublisher: Oxford University PressYear: 2002/2006Language: EnglishPages: 1545ISBN/UPC (if available): 0195638190/38204
From the Rig Veda to Ramanuj, the legendary author traces the development of Indian Philosophy, while showing its growth as a single tradition of thought throughthe ages. Parallels between Indian and Western philosophical traditions are also regularly drawn. This is an extremely lucid encyclopedia that charts a fascinatingcourse through history.
Volume IPreface to Second EditionPrefaceCHAPTER IIntroductionPART IITHE VEDIC PERIODCHAPTER IIThe Hymns of the RG-VedaCHAPTER IIITransition to the UpanisadsCHAPTER IVThe Philosophy of the UpanisadsPART IITHE EPIC PERIODCHAPTER VMaterialismCHAPTER VIThe Pluralistic Realism of the JainasCHAPTER VIIThe Ethical Idealism of Early BuddhimCHAPTER VIIIEpic PhilosophyCHAPTER IXThe Theism of the BhagavadgitaCHAPTER XBuddhism as a ReligionCHAPTER XIThe Schools of BuddhismAPPENDIXNOTESINDEXVolume IIPreface to the Second EditionPreface to the First EditionPART IIITHE SIX BRAHMANICAL SYSTEMSCHAPTER IIntroductionCHAPTER IIThe Logical Realism of the NyayaCHAPTER IIIThe Atomistic Pluralism of the VaisesikaCHAPTER IVThe Samkhya SystemCHAPTER VThe Yoga System of PatanjaliCHAPTER VIThe Purva MimamsaCHAPTER VIIThe Vedanta SutraCHAPTER VIIIThe Advaita Vedanta of SamkaraCHAPTER IXThe Theism of RamanujaCHAPTER XThe Saiva, The Sakta, And the Later Vaisnava TheismCHAPTER XIConclusionNotesIndex