Advaita Tradition in Indian Philosophy

Author : Chandradhar Sharma

Advaita Tradition in Indian Philosophy

Book Details

  • Publisher : Motilal Barnasidass
  • Published : 1996
  • Cover : Hardback
  • Pages : 284
  • Size : 222 x 146mm
  • Category :
    Hinduism
  • Category 2 :
    Philosophy
  • Catalogue No : 11464
  • ISBN 13 : 9788120813120
  • ISBN 10 : 812081312X
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Synopsis

The present work is a comparative and critical study of Shunyavada, Vijnanavada, Advaita Vedanta and Kashmira Shaivism, the four main systems of Advaitavada or spiritual non-dualism which has been the most celebrated tradition in Indian philosophy. It is based on the author`s study of original sources and when dealing with fundamental issues original texts are either quoted or referred to. The points of similarity and of difference among these systems are discussed in detail and with great clarity. Professor Sharma, with his unique gift of expressing abstruse metaphysical thoughts in a clear language, has eminently succeeded in correcting some misconceptions and in clarifying many difficult and obscure points about these systems. This work is indeed a masterly survey of Mahayana Buddhism, Advaita Vedanta and kashmira Shaivism which brings into rominence the author`s original contributions some of which are of outstanding merit for a correct appreciation of the relation among these systems.The Advaita Tradition in Indian Philosophy will be found eminently useful by the students of philosophy in universities and colleges and also by all those who are interested in Buddhism, Vedanta and Kashmira Shaivism and who want a clear and accurate exposition of the development of the Advaita tradition in Indian philosophical thought.