Hermeneutical Essays on Vedāntic Topics
Motilal Banarsidass Publ., 1986 - 207 էջ
This book is a collection of essays on central topics of Vedanta arranged in a thematically connected manner. It facilitates a look inside the system from certain vantage points which are the topics divided into the main body and an appendix. The topics in the main body are being Maya and the discourse about Brahman; Transcendence and the Transcendent Via the Doctrines of Brahman and Sunyata the Notion of Aviadya; Macro-Micro-Cosmology Approached through the Gita Text; Time within Logos and without as in Grammer philosophy and Madhyamika.
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SAT being in vedanta
MAYA AND THE DISCOURSE ABOUT BRAHMAN
THE NOTION OF AVIDYA IGNORANCE IN VEDANTA
AS IN GRAMMAR
SOME UNIQUE CHARACTERISTICS OF SELFKNOWLEDGE
THE QUESTION AS TO THE JlVANMUKTI IDEAL
THE MYSTERY OF LANGUAGE
KARL BARTH AND VEDANTA
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abyss Advaita Advaita Vedanta ajnana asvattha Atman avidya avyakta Barth become Bhartrhari Bhasya Brahma Sutra Brahman Brhadaranyaka Upanisad Buddhist called Chandogya Upanisad cognition Commentary concept consciousness context cosmology cosmos definition dialectical discourse divine doctrine doubt essence of language essential eternal existence existential expressed fact Gita gnosis God's grasp ground Heidegger hence hermeneutics human language Ibid identity Indian insofar jhana jivan-mukti Karl Barth Katha kind knowledge light logical logos Madhusudana Sarasvati Mandukya matter maya meaning metaphysical mukti mystery mysticism Nagarjuna nirvana non-being notion object ontology original phenomenal philosophy possible pradhana prajna primordial problem purusa quest question reason religion respect revelation sabda Samkhya samsara Sankara Sastri Self-knowledge sense speak speech spiritual sruti structure Sunyata Supreme Taittiriya tasmat texts theology theory things thinking thought tion tradition trans transcendent Brahman tree truth ultimate reality understanding Upanisad Vakyapadiya Vedanta Vedas Vedic Void word Zaehner