Item Code: IDH010
INDIAN COUNCIL OF PHILOSOPHICAL RESEARCH
Size: 8.6" X 5.5"
weight of book 504 gms
Discounted: $22.50 Shipping Free
The series entitled Facets of Recent Indian Philosophy is a collection of addresses delivered by eminent philosophers as General Presidents in the annual sessions of the Indian Philosophical Congress. The need to collect them was felt by many. Most of them could be obtained. Excluding a few, they have been arranged thematically in three Volumes containing seventeen addresses each:
Volume 1: the Metaphysics of the spirit; Volume 2: Indian Philosophy and History; Volume 3: Problems of Indian philosophy.
The addresses included in Volume 3 deals with some of the major and perennial problems of philosophy in particular. Thus, problems of ego, fear, sorrow, violence, peace, freedom, time and the like, have received focal attention. Some of the addresses discuss temporal and social issues, such as unity in diversity, dogmatism, ecology and the malady of the age. Viewed together, they evince a philosopher's concern with eternal, as well as immediate, problems and their eagerness to solve them by making sincere and effective efforts.
These volumes will undoubtedly prove to be very useful to researchers and students of contemporary Indian philosophy s they give a good idea of the direction in which twentieth-century Indian philosophy has been moving since the mid-thirties.
About the Author:
S.P. Dubey (b. 1944) is Professor of Philosophy at Rani Durgavati University, Jabalpur, and Madhya Pradesh. He was educated at Banaras Hindu University and McMaster University, Hamilton, Canada. Formerly a member of Indian Council o Philosophical Research he is at present General Secretary of the Akhila Bharatiya Darshan Parishad. Besides two Books-Rudolf Otto and Hinduism and Idealism East and West-and a Hindi Translation of Brunet's Greek Philosophy, professor Dubey has contributed a large number of papers to learned journals and anthologies.
|1|| Some Problem of I-Philosophy |
|2||Ego-The Problem Perennial of Philosophy
|3||The Problem of Fear and Sorrow: |
the Sufi Approach
|5||Philosophical Implications of Panchasila |
|6||Philosophy, Spiritualism and World Peace|
|8||Dimensions of Freedom |
|9||Conquering Time |
|10||The Eternal and the Temporal |
|11||Experience and Reflection |
|12||Unity in Diversity |
|13||from dogmatism of Philosophies to
Democracy of Religions
Adhar Chandra Das
|14|| Malady of the Age: Its Cause and Cure |
|15||the Claim of society on the
|16||Some Thoughts on the |
Indian Philosophy of Language
|17||Philosophical Ecology |
Click Here for More Books Published By Indian Council of Philosophical Research