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The work appears in five volumes. Brahmanas and the Early Upanisads.

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Great teachers of philosophy like Ward and McTaggart, under whom he studied, looked upon him not as their pupil but as their colleague. It is the only comprehensive review of Indian philosophy I found on Amazon.

This page was last edited on 21 Decembersufendranath Not for the feint hearted. Indian philosophy is loaded with autistically detailed speculations on epistemo This was really comprehensive.

Classification of the Vedic literature II. Pure idealism, idealistic materialism, materialism, atomism, panpsychism, substance monism, substance dualism, substance pluralism, nihilism.

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Not Enabled Screen Reader: Dasgupta Limited preview – Refresh and x again. When Lord Ronaldshaythe Governor of Bengal, came to visit Chittagong College, he had a long talk with Professor Dasgupta in his classroom, and was so much impressed by it that he expressed the desire that the first volume of the History of Indian Philosophy might be dedicated to him. Samkhya and Yoga Literature.


Self Salvation and God. The Psychology of Illusion. In this benchmark five-volume study, originally published between andSurendranath Dasgupta examines the principal schools of thought that define Indian philosophy. MJD rated surendanath it was amazing Sep 10, I got this free from the Kindle store but I’ll be on the look out for a insian copy of this book to Excellent overview of Indian Philosophy. Philosophh think the Kindle edition is almost unusable, unless you wish to proceed cover to cover.

The timings of the composition of the vedic literature has been based on that theory, and so also the credit for the Vedas. Ajith Damodaran rated it it was amazing Jan 01, Jan 18, Hanuman Dass rated it it was amazing.

A History of Indian Philosophy, Volume 1 by Surendranath Dasgupta

He had also planned to write philosopgy his own system of philosophy in two volumes. April Learn how and when to remove this template message. The main idea of the Vedanta philosophy. Inhe served as President of the Indian Philosophical Congress. The four Pramanas of Nyaya. Read more Read less.

The Vaisesika and Nyaya Literature. Dissolution Pralaya and Creation Srsi. Jun 02, Laurence Mitchell rated it liked it. Nov 12, Viji Bookish endeavors rated it really liked it Shelves: Indian philosophy is loaded with autistically detailed speculations on epistemology and metaphysics, which vary considerably between schools of thought.


In my opinion every Indian indixn non-Indian should read and study the first volume at least. He was invited in indjan the second centenary of the Academy of Science, Leningrad, but he could not attend for lack of Government sanction.

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Hard to review because of that fact. Proof of the Existence of I vara.

He spared no pains and underwent a tremendous amount of drudgery in order to unearth the sacred, buried treasures of Indian thought. The Canonical and other Literature of the Jains These are clearly the most logically correct schools of Indian philosophy, though that may trigger Vedantists. Therefore, the digital book cannot be navigated properly.

This was the first and only attempt to write out in a systematic manner a history of Indian thought directly from the original sources in Sanskrit, Pali and Prakrit.