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K. Srinivas

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The present work contains a collection of essays on different themes focusing on the fundamental issues found in the classical and contemporary Indian philosophical tradition. Some of the essays focus on general themes, and the others are specific to a given theme. However, one may find connectivity among them for the peculiarity of Indian philosophical tradition is that the issues concerning metaphysics, ontology, epistemology, logic, psychology, ethics, and religion are promiscuously mixed up with one another. A faithful exposition of each of the doctrines is provided along with author’s concluding remarks.


K. Srinivas (b.1955) received his M.A. (1976) and Ph.D. (1983) in Philosophy from Andhra University, Visakhapatnam, and Jawaharlal Nehru University, New Delhi, respectively. He taught at Madras Christian College (Autonomous) from 1985 to 1989 before joining Pondicherry University. His fields of interest are epistemology (eastern & western), analytic philosophy, philosophy of science, modern logic, and Hinduism. His publications include: An Evaluation of A.J Ayer's Logical Positivism (1989), A Dictionary of Philosophy (1991), P.T. Raju (2001) under the Builders of Indian Philosophy Series, A Concise Dictionary of Philosophy (2007), Morality, Freedom, and Social Construction (2010), Logical Positivism Revisited (2011), Buddhist Ethics in Impermanence (2011), Philosophical Fragments (2012), and Gandhi the Pacifist (2015). Prof. Srinivas presented papers in national and international seminars, and published a number of papers in reputed journals of philosophy. He was a visiting faculty at many Universities in India and abroad.


Foreword. 9

Preface . 13

Introduction. 15

1. Reunderstanding Indian Philosophy: Some Reflections of S.S. Barlingay. 23

2. Did Nāgārjuna’s Mādhyamika Influence Gauoeapāda?. 41

3. The Social Dynamics of Engaged Buddhism. 55

4. Pūrva-Mīmāôsā on Space and Time. 65

5. Philosophical and Spiritual Dimensions of Yoga. 75

6. A Phenomenological Approach to I-Consciousness with Special Reference to P.T. Raju. 91

7. Is Self-Knowledge Possible?. 101

8. Salient Features of Śrī Rāmānuja’s Qualified Non-Dualism. 113

9. Some Indian Theories of Meaning. 127

10. The Other in Indian Philosophy. 147

11. The Integral Philosophy of Sri Aurobindo . 159

12. The Need for Comparative Philosophy. 183

Index. 197

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