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Aug 21, This is a primer on the nine philosophical systems of Indian origin, namely Dhirendramohan Datta formerly worked as Professor Philosophy. AN INTRODUCTION TO INDIAN PHILOSOPHY BY SATISHCHANDRA CHATTERJEE, M.A., PH.D & DHEERENDRAMOHAN DATTA, M.A., PH.D UNIVER. Introduction to Indian Philosophy (Chatterjee) - Ebook download as PDF File . pdf), Introduction to Indian Philosophy (Datta and Chatterjee) @VivekVishal.
Nature of Purusa and proofs for its existence, plurality of purusas, theory of evolution. Eight fold path of Yoga, God. Suggested Readings: 1. Outlines of Indian Philosophy: M. Hiriyanna 2.
Datta : Six Ways of Knowing Darshan Shashtra ki Rooprekha: Rajendra Prasad Jnana Mimamsa ke goodha prashna: S. Pandey 7 Bhartiya Darshan ka Sarvekshana: S. Jnana Mimamsa ke mool prashna: H.
Nature and scope of Philosophy of Religion. Doctrine of karma and rebirth, doctrine of liberation, Hindu, Bauddha and Jaina views. The problem of evil and its solutions 7. Immortality of soul, transmigration and doctrine of karma 8.
Destiny of soul: salvation and moksha, pathways of moksha — karma, bhakti and jnana 9.
Religious tolerance, conversion, secularism and meeting points of all religionsSuggested Readings: 1. Chatterjee 2. Philosophy of Religion: J. Hick 3. Indian Philosophy of Religion: A. Comparative Religion: P. Chatterjee 6. Atheism in Indian Philosophy: D. Chattopadhyay 7. The Religions of the World: R.
Institute of Culture 8. Indian Religions: S. Radhakrishnan 9. Foundations of Living Faith: H. Bhattacharya Dharma Darshan: Shiv Bhanu Singh Basic concepts: Society, community, association, institution, family: nature, different forms of family, role of family in the society. Marxist conception of class. Theories regarding the relation between individual and society i Individualistic theory ii Organic theory iii Idealistic theory5.
Secularism—its nature, Secularism in India. Social Change: Nature, Relation to Social progress, constitutionalism, revolutionism, terrorism, satyagraha7. Political Ideals: Nature of Democracy and its different forms, direct and indirect democracy, liberal democracy, democracy as a political ideal, Socialism: Utopian and Scientific, Anarchism.
Social Justice and Political Action9. Tradition, change and modernity with special reference to Varna, Jati, and Ashrama. Suggested Readings Outlines of Social Philosophy: J. Problems of Political Philosophy: D. Society: R. Guide to Modern Thought: C. Introduction to Modern political Theory: C.
Samaj Darshan ki ek pranali: S. Samaj Darshan: Shiv Bhanu Singh8. Samaj Darshan: Ramji Singh9. Sophists : Relativism, Scepticism; 4. Response to tradition : Relativism and Scepticism of sophists : Being- Becoming 2. Distinction between knowledge and opinion. Knowledge as recollection 3. Theory of forms 4. Substance as a category; concepts of form and matter 3.
Problem of change, four causes, potentiality and actuality. Augustine: Problem of Evil. Nyaya logic, the original logic of India, for instance is for all intents and purposes identical to that of Aristotle. The authors painstakingly demonstrate that the goals of classic Indian philosophy are not irrational. Indian philosophy before this so this was a very good intro for.
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Community Reviews. Showing Rating details. Sort order. India has spawned a number of philosophical systems over the centuries. Chatterjee and Datta provide an overview of Indian philosophy by comparing and contrasting nine major schools of Indian philosophy—the six orthodox schools plus three well-known heterodox schools. The dividing line between orthodox and unorthodox hinges upon whether a philosophy accepts the Vedas as sources of authority.
After an introductory chapter that lays out the concepts that will be needed throughout the remainder of India has spawned a number of philosophical systems over the centuries. After an introductory chapter that lays out the concepts that will be needed throughout the remainder of the book as well as providing brief sketches of nine philosophical schools, the remainder of the book is a one chapter per school examination of metaphysics, ethics, theology, epistemology, etc.
The authors first consider the heterodox schools: After examining the heterodox approaches, Chatterjee and Datta take on the orthodox schools in the following order: Nyaya, Vaisesika, Sankhya, Yoga which you may not have realized was a philosophical system , Mimamsa, and Vedanta. There are a number of questions that recur as the authors compare these schools to each other. A major point of consideration is presence or absence of belief in a god, and—for those systems that believe in a God or gods—what is the role of said deity.
Another key question is how one can know something, i. Then there is the matter of ethics and how each system regards ethical behavior. There are no graphics in the book and the ancillary material is limited to footnotes, a select bibliography, and prefaces to the various editions of the book. However, it does provide a solid overview of the topic and seems to take great efforts to be unbiased to the extent of sometimes not challenging philosophical ideas that are patently unsound in favor of reporting what advocates of the tradition propose.
Jan 16, Bhavesh Mehta rated it really liked it. A detailed account of all the major Indian school of thoughts. I enjoyed it. This book gives a general outline of Indian Philosophy.
But, I think someone has to work on translating to English audience, technical terms. It seemed to me that, most of the Indian philosophical schools are writing about Karma, Liberation from it.
They seem to have various schools writing in reaction to it. If you want to get a general outline, I would recommend this book. This book is a rather comprehensive introduction to various schools of Indian philosophies - from sects of Hinduism, to Jainism, Buddhism, etc.