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It is a great pleasure in presenting as a Text Book. The Book has been written strictly in accordance with the latest syllabus of different universities

Book Code : 8501

ISBN : 978-93-5167-206-7

Language : Hindi

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Authors : Dr. Vimal Agrawal

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UNIT - I 

1. Nature and Objects of Indian Philosophy, 2 Indian Philosophy—Fundamental Features, Importance and Usefullness, 3. Indian Philosophy—Theistic and Non-Theistic School, 4. The Philosophy of Gita, 5. Swadharma (Apna Kartavya), 6. Lok Sangraha (Lok Kalayan), 7. An Introduction of Indian Metaphysics, 8. The Philosophy of the Vedas, 9. The Philosophy of the Upanishads, 10. Epistomology—Charvak Darshan, 11. Tatva Mimansha—Charvak Darshan, 12. Aachar Mimansha—Charvak Darshan, 13. Jain Ethics—Triratna, Anuvratas and Mahavratas, 14. Jain Philosophy—(i) Jiva and Ajiva, Jain Philosophy—(ii) Anekantavada & Syadavad, 15. Jain Philosophy—(ii) Anekantavada & Syadavad, 16. Jain Philosophy—(iii) Bondage and Liberation, 17. Ethics of Buddha Philosophy, 18. Four Noble Truth and Pratitya Samutpada of Buddha Philosophy, 19. Buddha Philosophy—The Doctrine of Momentariness and Noself, 20. Nature of Pramana and Types Perception, 21. Types of Pramana—(i) Anuman, 22. Types of Pramana—(ii) Comparison and Testimony, 23. Padartha (Vaisheshika) Philosophy Concept of Dravya, 24. Padartha (Vaisheshika) Philosophy Concept of Attribute (Quality) and Karma, 25. Padartha (Vaisheshika) Philosophy Inherence, Particularity, Generality and Non-Existance, 26. Sankhya Philosophy, 27. Yoga Philosophy, 28. Purva Mimansa and Vedant—Nature of Dharma and Pramanyavad, 29. Nature of Gyan Mimansa, 30. The Advaita Vedanta of Shankara (Brahma-Maya, Jiva-Bandhana & Moksha), 31. Nature of World, 32. Nature of Brahma, 33. Nature of Soul, 34. Ramanuja—The Relation between Jiva and Brahma, Brahma Jagat (World) and Conception of Maya, 

UNIT - II

1. Modern Western Philosophy (Rene Descartes), 2. Benedict Spinoza, 3 .Gottfried Wilhelm Leibnitz, 4. John Locke, 5. George Berkeley, 6. David Hume, 7. Immanual Kant, 8. George Wilhelm Hegel.

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  • Author/Authors : Dr. Vimal Agrawal
  • Class : B.A. 1st Year U.P. Universities
  • Page No. : 320
  • Year : 2024
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