Item Code: IDE740
by Ed. By. Robert A. McDermottPaperback (Edition: 2004)
Jaico Publishing House
Size: 8.5" X 5.5"
Weight of the Book: 394 gms
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The writings of Sarvepalli Radhakrishnan, philosopher and former President of India, constitute one of the best possible introductions of Indian thought and culture. His work has been the most important single factor in the genesis and development of Indian and Western comparative studies.
Radhakrishnan worked creatively for a greater synthesis of Indian and Western values, and in so doing he helped establish the data, problems, and method for the comparative study of Indian and Western philosophical, religious, and cultural ideas.
This volume presents, for the first time in paperback, the best of Radhakrishnan's writings.
|Introduction by Robert A. McDermott||13|
|My Search for Truth||33|
|PART II||THE HISTORICAL VIEW : INDIAN PHILOSOPHY|
|Past and Present||91|
|PART III||THE IDEALIST VIEW : THE UPANISADS AND VEDANTA|
|The Upanisads as the Vedanta||111|
|Ultimate Reality : Brahman||114|
|Ultimate reality : Atman||132|
|Brahman as Atman||136|
|The Status of the World: Maya and Avidya||138|
|The Individual Self||148|
|Intellect and Intuition: Vidya (Knowledge) and Avidya (Ignorance)||153|
|Karma and Rebirth||168|
|PART IV||THE HINDU VIEW : DHARMA AND YOGA|
|Dharma: The Individual and the Social Order in Hindustan||185|
|Yoga: Karma, Bhakti, Dhyana||219|
|PART V||THE UNIVERSAL VIEW: INDIA AND THE WORLD COMMUNITY|
|Mahatma Gandhi : His Message for Mankind||255|
|Religion and Religion||281|
|The World Community||305|
|Glossary of Important Names and Terms||325|