Classical Indian Philosophy (häftad)
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Classical Indian Philosophy

A history of philosophy without any gaps, Volume 5

Häftad,  Engelska, 2022-01-27
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Adamson and Ganeri present a lively introduction to one of the world's richest intellectual traditions: the philosophy of classical India. They guide us through such famous works as the Vedas and the Upanisads, and tell the stories of how Buddhism and Jainism developed. Anyone curious about South Asian philosophy can start here.
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Peter Adamson received his BA from Williams College and PhD in Philosophy from the University of Notre Dame. He worked at King's College London from 2000 until 2012. He subsequently moved to the Ludwig-Maximilians-Universitat Munchen, where he is Professor of Late Ancient and Arabic Philosophy. He has published widely in ancient and medieval philosophy, and is the host of the History of Philosophy podcast. Jonardon Ganeri is a Fellow of the British Academy. He is the author of Attention, Not Self (2017), The Self (2012), The Lost Age of Reason (2011), and The Concealed Art of the Soul (2007). Ganeri's work draws on a variety of philosophical traditions to construct new positions in the philosophy of mind, metaphysics, and epistemology. He became the first philosopher to win the Infosys Prize in the Humanities in 2015.


Origins 1: Begin at the End: Introduction to Indian Philosophy 2: Scriptures, Schools, and Systems: A Historical Overview 3: Kingdom for a Horse: India in the Vedic Period 4: Hide and Seek: The Upanisads 5: Indra's Search: The Self in the Upanisads 6: You Are What You Do: Karma in the Upanisads 7: Case Worker: Panini's Grammar 8: Suffering and Smiling: The Buddha 9: Crossover Appeal: The Nature of the Buddha's Teaching 10: Carry a Big Stick: Ancient Indian Political Thought 11: Better Half: Women in Ancient India 12: Grand Illusion: Dharma and Deception in the Mahabharata 13: World on a String: The Bhagavad-gita 14: Mostly Harmless: Non-Violence The Age of the Sutra 15: A Tangled Web: The Age of the Sutra 16: When in Doubt: The Rise of Skepticism 17: Master of Ceremonies: Jaimini's Mimamsa-sutra 18: Innocent Until Proven Guilty: Mimamsa on Knowledge and Language 19: Source Code: Badarayaa's Vedanta-sutra 20: No Two Ways About It: Sakara and Advaita Vedanta 21: Communication Breakdown: Bhartrhari on Language 22: The Theory of Evolution: isvarakrsna's Samkhya-karika 23: Who Wants to Live Forever? Early ayurvedic Medicine 24: Practice Makes Perfect: Patanjali's Yoga-sutra 25: Where There's Smoke There's Fire: Gautama's Nyaya-sutra 26: What You See Is What You Get: Nyaya on Perception 27: Standard Deductions: Nyaya on Reasoning 28: The Truth Shall Set You Free: Nyaya on the Mind 29: Fine Grained Analysis: Kanada's Vaisesika-sutra 30: The Whole Story: Vaisesika on Complexity and Causation 31: A Day in the Life: Theories of Time 32: The Wolf's Footprint: Indian Naturalism 33: Mind out of Matter: Materialist Theories of the Self Buddhists and Jainas 34: We Beg to Differ: The Buddhists and Jainas 35: It All Depends: Nagarjuna on Emptiness 36: Motion Denied: Nagarjuna on Change 37: No Four Ways About It: Nagarjuna's Tetralemma 38: Taking Perspective: The Jaina Theory of Standpoints 39: Well Qualified: The Jainas on Truth 40: Change of Mind: Vasubandhu and Yogacara Buddhism 41: Who's Pulling Your Strings? Buddhaghosa on No-Self and Autonomy 42: Under Construction: Dignaga on Perception and Language 43: Follow the Evidence: Dignaga's Logic 44: Doors of Perception: Dignaga on Consciousness Beyond Ancient India 45: In Good Taste: The Rasa Aesthetic Theory 46: Learn by Doing: Tantra 47: Looking East: Indian Influence on Greek Thought 48: The Buddha and I: Indian Influence on Islamic and European Thought 49: What Happened Next: Indian Philosophy After Dignaga