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A Critical Survey of Indian Philosophy

This work under the title A Critical Survey of Indian Philosophy Philosophy was published in 1960 by Rider & Company of the Hutchinson Publishing Group Ltd., London. Its American edition under the title Indian Philosophy: A Critical Survey was brought out in 1962 in 'University Paperbacks' by Barnes and Noble, Inc., New York. The Publishers of this work in India are Motilal Banarsidass, Delhi. It is a pleasure to know that the work has been very well received and has run into several editions and imprints.

Classical Indian Philosophy Reinterpreted

Classical Indian Philosophy Reinterpreted consists of articles written by Victoria Lysenko and Michel Hulin – two distinguished scholars of international

Contemporary Indian Philosophy

The present study seeks to highlight these aspects of Contemporary Indian Philosophy. It is an attempt to re-think, in an academic manner, the thoughts of the contemporary thinkers, Swami Vivekananda, Mahatma Gandhi, Rabindranath Tagore, Sri Aurobindo, Krishna Chandra Bhattacharya, S. Radhakrishnan, and Mohammad Iqbal. Different aspects of their thoughts have been systematised, categorised and placed under suitable philosophical heads in this work.

Ethics and Culture

The present volume of Ethics and Culture contains six articles of renowned teachers of philosophy who are also the members of the value Group, Centre of advanced study in philosophy, Jadavpur University. In all these articles authors have explored the contributions of the great thinkers of the modern India regarding the value system of our country. Here the perspectives of Bankim Chandra Chattopadhyay, Bal Gangadhar Tilak, Dwijendranath Tagore, Tarabai Shinde, J.N. Mohanty and Sri Ramakrishna Paramahamsa have been discussed in detail as all of them have a distinct view and faith on the traditional cultural beliefs of India and also have taken a critical approach to judge the mundane, orthodox attitude of people.

From Vasubandhu to Caitanya

The chapters in this volume are a selection of papers presented in the general Philosophy Section at the 12th World Sanskrit Conference in Helsinki, Finland. The first part of the book, Studies in Indian Philosophy, contains nine studies on individual topics and concepts in Indian philosophy from various perspectives: historical-philological, philosophical and comparative.

Fundamentals of the Philosophy of Tantras

Written by the eminent scholar late Sri Manoranjan Basu, this book offers an authentic and fully comprehensive study of the

Idealistic Thought in Indian Philosophy

The author has attempted to show how the Idealistic thought of a primary stage reached its acme step by step.The book explains what Idealism signifies in its different shades with special reference to the Idealistic schools of Indian Philosophy and also speaks about the rise and growth of Idealistic thought from the Vedic times till the final establishment of Drsti-Srsti-Vada in the Kevaladvaita Vedanta vis-a-vis the  Srsti-Drsti-Vada of the same school.

Indian Philosophy: A Counter Perspective

The articles in this book, though written over a long period of time, show a common concern with respect to

Individual in Modern Indian Thought

The main drift of Indian thinking, ever since yore has been towards the search of an integrated, harmonious and authentic

Karma And Reincarnation

The notions of karma and reincarnation constitute the fundamental tenets of Indian thinking; though these , like many other doctrinalbeliefs, are hard to prove/disprove

Life after Death in World Religions

The chapter of this book evolved from lectures given in the annual Distinguished speakers series organized by the Centre for

Out Of The Labyrinth

Out of the Labyrinth presents fresh insight into this most difficult problem. In clear and accessible language, Walters demonstrates the