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Recommended further reading

Indian Philosophy by Sue Hamilton, A very short introduction Oxford University press
Simon Blackburn. Think. Oxford: OUP 1999.
Sarandranath Dasgupta, A History of Indian Philosophy. Delhi: Motilal Banarsidas, i 1975.
Paul Dundas. The jains. London: Routledge. 1992.
Eric Frauwallner, History of Indian Philosophy. Delhi: Motilal Banarsidass, 1993.
Ian Hospers. Introduction to Philosophical Analysis (3rd edn). London: Routledge, 1990
The chapter on Saivism in S. Sutherland et al. (eds) The World’s Religions,London: Routledge. 1988.
J L  Brockington, The Sacred Thread, Edinburgh: Edinburgh University Press. 1981.
Thomas j. Hopkins, The Hindu Religious Tradition. Belmont, Ca ,Wadsworth Publishing Company, 1971.
R E. Hume, Introductory essay in The Thirteen Principal Upanishads (2nd edn), Delhi: Oxford University Press, 1931.
Wendy Doniger O’Flaherty. (ed. and trans.) The Rig Veda: An Anthology, rniondsworth: Penguin. 1981.
Patrick Olivelle, (trans.) Upanisads, Oxford: Oxford University Press, 1996.                                                                                                                                                 B. K. Smith. Classifying the Universe: The Ancient Indian Varna System and the Origins of Caste, Oxford; Oxford University Press,   1994                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                           Rupert Gethin. The Foundations of Buddhism. Oxford: Oxford University Press. 1998.
Richard Cornbrich, Theravada Buddhism: A Social*story from Benares to Colombo. London: Routledge and Kegan Paul, ig88.
Sue Hamilton. Early Buddhism - A New Approach: The I of the Beholder. Richmond: Curzon Press. 2000.
Dam jen Keown. Buddhism; A Very Short Introduction, Oxford: Oxford University Press. 1996.
Walpola Rahula, What the Buddha Tought (nd edn). London: Gordon Fraser. 1967.
Andrew Skilton, A Concise History of Buddhism, Birmingham: Windhorse Publications, 1994.
Complete translations of the texts of early Buddhism are pubLished by the Pali Text Society. Alternatives for some sections are:
Bhikkhu NánamoIi and Bhikkhu Bodhi. (translation of the Majjhima
Nikdyo) The Middle Length Discourses of the Buddha,
Boston: Wisdom
Publications in association with the Barre Centre for Buddhist Studies. 1995.
Maurice Walshe. (translation of the Digho Nkdyo) Thus Have l Heard. London: Wisdom Publications, 1987.  
Harold G. Coward and K. Kunjunni Raja. Encyclopedia of Indian Philosophies. Vol. V:
The Philosophy of the Grammarians. Delhi: Motilal Banarsidass. 1990.
W. Halbfass, India and Europe: An Essay in Understanding, Albany, NY: State University of New York Press, 1988.
Richard King. Indian Philosophy: An introduction to Hindu and Buddhist Thought, Edinburgh: Edinburgh University Press. 1999.
J. N. Mohanty. Classical Indian Philosophy, New York: Rowman and Littlefield, 2000.
More specialized:
George Cardona. ‘Indian Linguistics’, in Giulio Lepschy (ed.) History of Linguistics. Vol. I: The Eastern Traditions of Linguistics. London: Longman, 1994.
B.K. Matilal. Logic. Language and Reality. Delhi: Motilal Banarsidass. 1985. Chapters
E. Frauwallner. History of Indian Philosophy, Vol. II. Delhi: Motilal Banarsidass, 1973.
M. Hiriyanna. The Essentials of Indian Philosophy, London: George Allen & tlnwin. 1985.
Richard King. indian Phdosophy: An Introduction to Hindu ond Buddhist Thought. Edinburgh: Edinburgh University Press. 1999.
J. N. Mohanty. Classical Indian Philosophy. New York: Rownan and Littlefield, 2000.                                                                                                                    Wilhelm Halbfass. On Being and What There is: Classical Vaiesika arid the History of Indian Ontology, Albany, NY: State University of New York Press. 1992.
B. K. Matilal, Perception: An Essay on Classical Indian Theories of Knowledge. Oxford: Clarendon Press. i1986
Stetan Anacker, Seven Works of Vasubandhu: The Buddhist
Psychological Doctor. Delhi: Motilal Banarsidass. 1984.
Ian Harris. The Continuity of Madhyamaka and Yogachara in Indian Mahayana Buddhism, Leiden: E. J. Brill, 1991.
C. W. Huntingdon. The Emptiness of Emptiness. An Introduction to Early Indian MOdhyamika. Honolulu: University oF Hawaii Press. 1989.
Richard King. Indian Philosophy: An introduction to Hindu and Buddhist Thought. Edinburgh: Edinburgh University Press, 1999
Thomas A. Kochumuttom, A Buddhist Doctrine of Experience. Delhi:
Motilal Banarsidass. 1982.
F. Th Stcherbatsky. Buddhist Logic. New York: Dover Publications. 1962. Frederick Streng. Emptiness. A Study in Religious Meaning. Nashville. TN:
Abingdon Press. 1967.
Paul Williams, Mahayana Buddhism: The Doctrinal Foundations, London:
Routledge. 1989


Shoryu Katsura.(ed.),Dharmakirtis Thought aond its Impact on indian and Tibetan Philosophy. Proceedings of the Third International Dharmakirti
Conference, Hiroshima. November 4-6. 1997. Vienna: Osterreichische Akademie der Wissenschaften. 1999.
 
Georg Feuerstein, The Yoga-Sutra of Patañjali: A New Translation and ommentoiy, Folkestone: Dawson. 1979.
Georg Feuerstein. The Philosophy of Classical Yoga. Manchester, Manchester University Press, igxo.
Richard King. indian Philosophy: An Introduction to Hindu and Buddhist Thought,  Edinburgh: Edinburgh University Press, iggg.
Gerald Larson. Classical Samkhya(2nd edn), Delhi: Motilal Banarsidass, 1979.
Ian Whicher. The Integrity of the Yoga Darsana: A Reconsideration of Classical Yoga. Albany. NY: State University of New York Press, 1998.
J. H. Woods, The Yoga System of Patañjali. Cambridge. MA: Harvard University Press. 1983. 

Chapter 8
A. J. Alston. (trans.) The Thousand Teachings oflankara. London: Shanti Sadan. 1990.
Ashok Aklujkar. Summary of Bhartrihari’s Väkyapathya in Karl H, Potter (ed.) Encyclopedia of Indian Philosophies, Delhi: Motilal Banarsidass.
1991.
John Carrnan. Theology of Rdmdnuja, New Haven. CT: Yale University Press. 1974.
Eliot Deutsch. Advaita VedUnta: A Philosophical Reconstruction. Honolulu:
University of Hawaii Press. ig68.
M. Hiriyanna. Essentials of Indian Philosophy. London: George. Allen & Unwin. ig8.
Richard King. Indian Philosophy: An Introduction to Hindu and Buddhist Thought. Edinburgh: Edinburgh University Press. iggg.
J. N. Moharity, Classical Indian Philosophy. New York; Rowman and Littlefield. 2000.

Max Muller. Sacred Books of the East Series. Vols. XXXIV and XXXVIII. Oxford: Clarendon Press. 1880 and 1896.
George Thibaut, (trans.) The Vedanta-SUtras with the Commentary of Ramanuja.ed.

Max Muller. Sacred Books of the East Series, Vol. XLVIII. Oxford: Clarendon Press, 1904.
Other recommended books
A. L. Basham. The Wonder that was india: A Survey of the indian Subcontinent before the Coming of the Muslims. London: Sidqwick and Jackson. ig.
Franklin Edgerton. The Beginnings of Indian Philosophy: Selections from the Rig Veda, Atharvo Vedo, Upanisads, and Mahdbhdroto, London:
Allen and Unwin, 1965.
Janardon Ganeri. (ed.) Indian Logic: A Reader. Richmond: Curzon Press, 2000                                                                                                                                          J. N. Mohanty. Reason and Tradition in Indsqn Thought. Oxford: Clarendon Press, 1992.
Wilhelm Halbfass, Tradition and Reflection: E.xplorotions in indian Thought Albany, NY: SUNY Press, 1991.
Karl Potter. Presuppositions of india’s Philosophies, Delhi: Motilal Banarsidass, 1991.
Karl Potter. (ed.) Encyclopedia of indian Philosophies, Delhi: Motilal Banarsidass, 1970’-93.
S. Radhakrlshnan and C. A. Moore, A Sourcebook in Indian Philosophy, Princeton, NJ: Princeton University Press, 1957.
Ninian Smart, Doctrine and Argument in Indian Philosophy. London: George Allen & Unwin, 1964.

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Jay L. Garfield. The Fundamental Wisdom of the Middle Way: Nagarjuna's Mulamadhyamikakarika. Oxford University Press, 1995. ppb.

Sue Hamilton. Indian Philosophy: A Very Short Introduction. Oxford University Press, 2001. ppb.

[Natalia Isayeva. From Early Vedanta to Kashmir Shaivism: Gaudapada, Bhartrhari, and Abhinavagupta. SUNY Press, 1995.: This book appears to be out of print this year; selections will be made                                                                                                                                                                                                                  Sengaku Mayeda. A Thousand Teachings: The Upadesasahasri of Sankara. SUNY  Press,1992.                                                                                                               

Patrick Olivelle. Upanisads. (World's Classics.) Oxford University Press, 1996. ppb.

Karl H. Potter. Presuppositions of India's Philosophies. Motilal Banarsidass, 1991.

Geshe Sopa and Jeffrey Hopkins. Cutting Through Appearances: Practice and Theory of Tibetan Buddhism. 2nd edition. Snow Lion Publications, 1990. ppb.

Th. Stcherbatsky. The Central Conception of Buddhism and the Meaning of the Word 'Dharma.' South Asia Books, 1994. ppb.

Robert A.F. Thurman. The Central Philosophy of Tibet: A Study and Translation of Jey Tsong Khapa's 'Essence of True Eloquence.' (Princeton Library of Asian Translations.) Princeton University Press, 1991.

Robert A.F. Thurman. The Holy Teaching of Vimalakirti: A Mahayana Scripture. Pennsylvania State Univ. Press, 1987. ppb.

Swami Venkatesvara. The Concise Yoga Vasistha. SUNY Press, 1985. ppb.

Eliot Deutsch. Advaita Vedanta: A Philosophical Reconstruction. University of Hawaii Press, 1985. ppb.

George B. Dreyfus. Recognizing Reality: Dharmakirti's Philosophy and Its Tibetan Interpretations. (SUNY Series in Buddhist Studies.) SUNY Press, 1997. ppb.

David Loy. Nonduality: A Study in Comparative Philosophy. Humanities Press, 1997. ppb.

Guy Newland. The Two Truths in the Madhyamika Philosophy of the Ge-Luk-Ba Order of Tibetan Buddhism. (Studies in Indo-tibetan Buddhism.) Snow Lion Publications, 1992. ppb.

Sarvepalli Radhakrishnan and Charles A. Moore. A Sourcebook in Indian Philosophy. Princeton University Press, 1971. ppb.

Tom J. F. Tillemans. Scripture, Logic, Language: Essays on Dharmakirti and his Tibetan Successors. Wisdom Publications, 1999. ppb.

Avaiable in Butler Library, Columbia University:

Conze, Edward. The perfection of wisdom. Berkeley: Four Seasons, 1973. BQ1912.E5 C66 1973

Deutsch, Eliot and J.A.B. van Buitenen. A source book of advaita Vedanta. University of Hawaii, 1971. B132.V3 D542

Flood, Gavin. An introduction to Hinduism. Cambridge: Cambridge University Press, 1996. BL1202 .F56 1996

Garfield, Jay L. The fundamental wisdom of the Middle Way. New York: Oxford Univ. Press, 1995.  BQ2792.E5 G37 1995

Hamilton, Sue. Indian philosophy: a very short introduction. Oxford, 2001. B131.H285 2001g

Hiriyanna, Mysore. Essentials of Indian philosophy. London: Allen and Unwin, 1949. B131.H48

Isaeva, N. V. From early Vedanta to Kashmir Shaivism. SUNY Press, 1995. B132.V3 I73 1995

Isaeva, N.V. Shankara in Indian philosophy. Albany: SUNY Press, 1993. B133.S5 I84 1993.

King, Richard. Early Advaita Vedanta and Buddhism: the Mahayana context of the Gaudapadiya Karika. Albany: SUNY Press, 1995. B132.A3 K53 1995

Koller, John and Patricia Joyce Koller. A sourcebook in Asian philosophy. New York: Macmillan, 1991. B121 .K58 1991

Loy, David. Nonduality: a study in comparative philosophy. New Haven: Yale University Press, 1988 B105.M6 L69 1988.

Mayeda, Sengaku. A thousand teachings: the Upadesasahasri of Sankara. Tokyo: Tokyo University Press, 1979. B133.S4 U6213 1979

Mayeda, Sengaku. The Upadesasahasri. Tokyo: Tokyo University Press, 1979. B133.S4 U6213 1979

Newland, Guy. The two truths in the Madhyamika philosophy. Ithaca: Snow Lion Publications, 1992.  BQ7640 .N48 1992

Nishitani, Keiji. Religion and nothingness. Berkeley: University of California Press, 1982.    BL51 .N625 1982

Olivelle, Patrick. Upanisads. Oxford University Press, 1996. BL1124.52 .E5 1996

Radhakrishnan, Sarvepalli and Charles A. Moore. A source book in Indian philosophy. Princeton University Press, 1957. B130 .R3

Sopa, Geshe and Jeffrey Hopkins. Cutting through appearances: practice and theory of Tibetan Buddhism/ Ithaca: Snow Lion, 1989. BQ7634 .C88 1989

Sprung, Mervyn. The problem of two truths in Buddhism and Vedanta. Dordrecht: Reidel, 1973. BQ4255 .P76

Stcherbatskoi, Fedor Ippolitovich. The central conception of Buddhism. Delhi: Motilal Banarsidass, 1970. BL1451 .S4 1970g

Thurman, Robert A.F. Central philosophy of Tibet. Princeton, 1991. BQ7950 .T754 L4313 1991g

Thurman, Robert A.F. The holy teaching of Vimalakirti: a Mahayana scripture. University Park: Pennsylvania State University Press, 1987. BQ2212.E5 T47

Venkatesananda, Swami. Concise Yoga Vasistha. SUNY Press, 1984. BL1237.32 .Y6313 1984

Walshe, Maurice. Thus have I heard: the long discourses of the Buddha. London: Wisdom Publications, 1987. BQ1292.E53 W35 1987

Also useful

Anthony J. Alston, tr. The Realization of the Absolute: The "Naiskarmya Siddhi" of Sri Suresvara. London: Shanti Sadan, 1959, 1971.

Margaret Chatterjee, ed. Contemporary Indian Philosophy, Series Two. London: George Allen & Unwin, 1974.

Ananda K. Coomaraswamy. Metaphysics (Selected Papers, Volume 2). (Bollingen Series.) Princeton University Press, 1987.

Harold G. Coward, ed. Studies in Indian Thought. Columbia, MO: South Asia Books, 1983.

Padmanabh Jaini. The Jaina Path of Purification. Berkeley: University of California Press, 1979.

Gerald James Larson. Samkhya: A Dualist Tradition in Indian Philosophy. Vol. 4 of Encyclopedia of Indian Philosophies, ed. Karl H. Potter. Princeton: Princeton University Press, 1987.

T. M. P. Mahadevan. Gaudapada: A Study in Early Advaita. Madras: University of Madras, 1952.

T. M. P. Mahadevan. Ramana Maharshi: The Sage of Arunacala. London: Allen & Unwin, 1977.

Nisargadatta Maharaj. I Am That. Tr. Maurice Frydman. Bombay: Chetana, 1973.

Karl H. Potter. Indian Metaphysics and Epistemology: The Tradition of Nyaya-Vaisesika up to Gangesa. Vol. 2 of {\em Encyclopedia of Indian Philosophies, ed. Karl H. Potter. Princeton: Princeton University Press, 1977.

David Seyfort Ruegg. The Literature of the Madhyamaka School of Philosophy in India. Wiesbaden: Otto Harrassowitz, 1981.

Mervyn Sprung. Lucid Exposition of the Middle Way: The Essential Chapters from the Prasannapada of Candrakirti. London, 1979.

 INTRODUCTORY WORKS TO INDIAN LOGIC AND ONTOLOGY

1.A source book in Indian philosophy. Edited by Radhakrishnan Sarvepalli and Moore Charles A. Princeton: Princeton University Press 1957.

2.Encyclopedia of Indian philosophies. Vol. 1. Bibliography. Edited by Potter Karl H. Delhi: Motilal Banarsidass 1970.
Second revised edition 1983; Third revised edition 1995.

3.Encyclopedia of Indian philosophies. Vol. 2. Indian Metaphysics and Epistemology. The Tradition of Nyaya-Vaisesika up to Gangesa. Edited by Potter Karl H. Delhi: Motilal Banarsidass 1977.
Second edition 1995.

4.Encyclopedia of Indian philosophies. Vol. 3. Advaita Vedanta up to Samkara and his pupils. Edited by Potter Karl H. Delhi: Motilal Banarsidass 1981.

5.Encyclopedia of Indian philosophies. Vol. 4. Samkhya: a dualist tradition in Indian philosophy. Edited by Larson Gerald James and Bhattacharya Ram Shankar. Delhi: Motilal Banarsidass 1987.

6.Encyclopedia of Indian philosophies. Vol. 5. The philosophy of the grammarians. Edited by Coward Harold G. and Kunjunni Raja K. Delhi: Motilal Banarsidass 1990.

7.Encyclopedia of Indian philosophies. Vol. 6. Indian philosophical analysis. Nyaya-Vaisesika from Gangesa to Raghunatha Siromani. Edited by Potter Karl H. and Bhattacharyya Sibajiban. Delhi: Motilal Banarsidass 1993.

8.Encyclopedia of Indian philosophies. Vol. 7. Abhidharma Buddhism to 150 A.D. Edited by Potter Karl H. et al. Delhi: Motilal Banarsidass 1996.

9.Encyclopedia of Indian philosophies. Vol. 8. Buddhist Philosophy from 100 to 350 A.D. Edited by Potter Karl H. Delhi: Motilal Banarsidass 1999.

10.Encyclopedia of Indian philosophies. Vol. 9. Buddhist Philosophy from 350 to 600 A.D. Edited by Potter Karl H. Delhi: Motilal Banarsidass 2003.

11.Indian philosophy. A collection of readings. Vol. I. Epistemology. Edited by Perett Roy W. New York: Garland 2001.
Vol. 1: Epistemology; Vol.2: Logic and philosophy of language; Vol. 3: Metaphysics; Vol. 4: Philosophy of religion; 5. Theory of value.

"Volume 1: Epistemology is concerned with the nature and scope of Indian pramâna theory, i.e. that part of Indian philosophy concerned with the nature and sources of knowledge. Indian philosophers developed a causal theory of knowledge and acknowledged the existence of a number of valid ways of knowing, including perception, inference and testimony. The Indian Pramâna theorists thus discussed many issues that have also occupied Western epistemologists, often offering importantly different perspectives on these matters. They also sometimes addressed various interesting questions about knowledge that are unfamiliar to Western epistemologists.
The selections in this volume discuss Indian treatments of epistemological topics like the means of knowledge, realism and anti-realism, truth, knowledge of knowledge, illusion and perceptual error, knowability, testimony, scepticism and doubt."

12.Indian philosophy. A collection of readings. Vol. II. Philosophy of language. Edited by Perett Roy W. New York: Garland 2001.
"Volume 2: Logic and Philosophy of Language is concerned with those parts of Indian pramana theory that Western philosophers would count as logic and philosophy of language. Indian philosophers and linguists were much concerned with philosophical issues to do with language, especially with theories of meaning, while the Indian logicians developed both a formalised canonical inference schema and a theory of fallacies. The logic of the standard Indian inferential model is deductive, but the premises are arrived at inductively. The later Navya-Nyaya logicians went on to develop too a powerful technical language, an intentional logic of cognitions, which became the language of all serious discourse in India.
The selections in this volume discuss Indian treatments of topics in logic and the philosophy of language like the nature of inference, negation, necessity, counterfactual reasoning, many-valued logics, theory of meaning, reference and existence, compositionality and contextualism, the sense-reference distinction, and the nature of the signification relation."

13.Indian philosophy. A collection of readings. Vol. III. Metaphysics. Edited by Perett Roy W. New York: Garland 2001.
"Volume 3: Metaphysics is concerned with the complement to pramana theory, i.e. prameya theory. Whereas the pramanas are the means of knowledge, the prameyas are the knowables, cognisable entities that constitute the world. With respect to the number and kinds of such entities, there was a very wide variety of opinion among classical Indian philosophers - including variants of monism, dualism and pluralism about both entities and kinds. Many metaphysical topics were debated, but two of the most important were causation and the nature of the self. The competing theories offered about these two issues also raised other questions about the metaphysics of wholes and parts, substances and properties, and universals and particulars.
The selections in this volume discuss Indian treatments of topics in metaphysics like ontology, constructionalism, universals, negative facts, mereology, causation, relations, freedom and determinism, and theories of the self."

14.The philosophy of language in classical Indian tradition. Edited by Prasad K.S. New Delhi: Decent Books 2002.

15.Barlingay Surendra Sheodas. A modern introduction to Indian logic. Delhi: National Publishing House 1965.

16.Barua Beninadhab. A history of pre-Buddhistic Indian philosophy. Calcutta: University of Calcutta 1921.
Reprinted: Delhi, Motilal Banarsidass, 1970.

17.Bharadwaja Vijay K. Form and validity in Indian logic. Shimla: Indian Institute of Advanced Study 1990.

18.Chatterjee Satischandra and Datta Dhirendramohan. An introduction to Indian philosophy. Calcutta : University of Calcutta 1939.
Seventh edition 1968

19.Chatterjee Satischandra. The Nyaya theory of knowledge. A critical study of some problems of logic and metaphysics. Calcutta: University of Calcutta 1939.
Reprinted 1950, 1965 and 1978.

20.Dasgupta Surendranath. A history of Indian philosophy. Cambridge: Cambridge University Press 1922.
Five volumes.
Reprinted Delhi, Motilal Banarsidass, 1975.

21.Dasgupta Surendranath. Philosophical essays. Delhi: Motilal Banarsidass 1982.

22.Frauwallner Erich. History of Indian philosophy. Delhi: Motilal Banarsidass 1973.
Introduction by Leo Gabriel. Translated from the original German (1953) by V. M. Bedekar.
Two volumes: 1. The philosophy of the Veda and of the epic. The Buddha and the Jina. The Samkhya and the classical Yoga-system.. 2. The nature-philosophical schools and the Vaisesika system. The system of the Jaina. The materialism.

23.rauwallner Erich, "Landmarks in the history of Indian logic," Wiener Zeitschrift für die Kunde Süd- und Ostasiens und Archiv für indische Philosophie für das indologische Institut der Universität Wien 5: 125-148 (1961).

24.Ganeri Jonardon. Indian logic. A reader. Richmond: Curzon 2001.

25.Ganeri Jonardon. Philosophy in classical India: the proper work of reason. New York: Routledge 2001.

26.Grimes John. A concise dictionary of Indian philosophy. Sanskrit terms defined in English. Albany: State University of New York Press 1989.
New and revised edition 1996.

27.Guha Dinesh Chandra. Navya Nyaya system of logic. (Some basic theories and techniques). Varanasi: Bharatiya Vidya Prakasan 1968.
Second revised edition with the title: Navya Nyaya System of logic: theories and techniques - Delhi, Motilal Banarsidass, 1979.

28.Halbfass Wilhelm. India and Europe: an essay in understanding. Albany: State University of New York Press 1988.
Translation of: Indien und Europa. Perspektiven ihrer geistigen Begegnung - Stuttgart, Schwabe, 1981.

29.Halbfass Wilhelm. On being and what there is. Classical Vaisesika and the history of Indian ontology. Albany: State University of New York Press 1992.

30.Houben Jan E.M. Language and thought in the Sanskrit tradition. In History of the language sciences. An international handbook on the evolution of the study of language from the Beginnings to the Present. Edited by Auroux Sylvain et al. Berlin: Walter de Gruyter 2000. pp. 146-156
Vol. 1

31.Keith Arthur Berriedale. Indian logic and atomism: an exposition of the Nyaya and Vaicesika systems. Oxford: Clarendon Press 1921.
Reprinted: New York, Greenwood Press, 1968 and New Delhi, Oriental Books Reprint Corp., 1977.

32.King Richard. An introduction to Hindu and Buddhist thought. Edinburgh: Edinburgh University Press 1999.

33.Kunjunni Raja K. Indian theories of meaning. Madras: Adyar Library and Research Centre 1969.

34.Matilal Bimal Krishna. Logic, language and reality. An introduction to Indian philosophical studies. Delhi: Motilal Banarsidass 1985.

35.Matilal Bimal Krishna. The character of logic in India. Albany: State University of New York Press 1998.
Edited by Jonardon Ganeri and Heeraman Tiwari

36.Mohanty Jitendra Nath. Classical Indian philosophy. Lanham: Rowman & Littlefield 2000.
From the Preface: "This is a book that I always wanted to write, but the project had to be postponed up until this stage in my life. Having learned Indian philosophy under two great Sanskrit Pandits -- the late Mm. Yogendranâth Tarkavedântatirtha and the late Pandit Ananta Kumar Tarkatirtha -- I wanted to convey to Western scholars something of the education I had received. Hopefully, I have succeeded in doing so in some measure. There are gaps that I would like to fill, and there are topics on which I would like to elaborate, should there be an opportunity to do so in the future. For the present, I am glad to be able to send this manuscript to the press."

Contents: Preface IX; 1. Indian philosophy: a historical overview 1; Part 1: Theory of knowledge (Pramana Sastra) 2. Theory of knowledge (Pramana-Theory) 11; Part 2: Metaphysics (Prameya Sastra) 3. The Categories (Padharta-s) 41; 4. the Self (Atman) 59; 5. Central metaphysical issues 73; Part 3: Philosophy of politics, law and morals (Dharma Sastras) 6. State, society, and law 95; 7. Moral philosophy 105; Part 4: Religion and art: 8. Philosophy of religion 125; 9. Aesthetics of Rasasasta 133; Part 5: Beyond the Pramana-Prameya distinction 10. Beyond the Pramana-Prameya distinction 141; Appendix 1: A note on Navya-Nyaya analysis of cognition 147; Appendix 2: Some general features of the Indian theories of knowledge 149; Appendix 3: The classical Darsanas (Systems) 153; Appendix 4: Glossary of important Sanskrit terms 159; Bibliography 167; Index 175; About the Author 181.

37.Mohanty Jitendra Nath. Explorations in philosophy. New York: Oxford University Press 2001.
Two volumes: 1. Indian philosophy; 2. Western philosophy

38.Pandey Sangam Lal. Pre-Samkara Advaita philosophy. Allahabad: Darshan Peeth 1974.
Second edition 1983

39.Pandeya Ram Chandra. The problem of meaning in Indian philosophy. Delhi: Motilal Banarsidass 1963.

40.Phillips Stephen H. Classical Indian metaphysics. Refutation of realism and the emergence of "new logic". Chicago : Open Court 1995.

41.Potter Karl H. Presuppositions of India's philosophies. Englewood Cliffs: Prentice Hall 1963.

42.Raja Kunhan C. Some fundamental problems in Indian philosophy. Delhi: Motilal Banarsidass 1960.

43.Randle Herbert Niel. Indian logic in the early schools: a study of the Nyayadarsana in its relation to the early logic of other schools. London : Oxford University Press 1930.
Reprinted New Delhi, Oriental Books Reprint Corp., 1976.

44.Rastogi, Maharaj Narain. The theories of implication in Indian and Western philosophy. A critical study. Delhi: Bharatiya Vidya Prakashan 1983.
Foreword by Irving M. Copi

45.Sastri Kuppuswami. A primer of Indian logic according to Annambhatta's Tarkasamgraha. Mylapore: The Kuppuswami Sastri Research Institute 1932.Second edition 1951; Third edition 1961; Fourth edition 1998

46.Sastri Pothukuchi Subrahmanya. Indian idealism: epistemology and ontology. Delhi: Bharatiya Vidya Prakashan 1975.

47.Sharma Chandradhar. A critical survey of Indian philosophy. London: Rider & Company 1960.

48.Sinha Jadunath. A history of Indian philosophy. Calcutta: Sinha Publishing House 1952.
Two volumes: 1952-1956.

49.Smart Ninian. Doctrine and argument in Indian philosophy. London: Allen and Unwin 1964.
Reprinted: Atlantic Highland, Humanities Press, 1976; Second revised edition: Leiden, E.J. Brill, 1992.

50.Vidyabhusana Satis Chandra. A history of Indian logic (ancient, mediæval and modern schools). Calcutta: Calcutta University 1921.
Reprint: Dehli, Motilal Banarsidass Publishers, 2002.

51.Zilberman David B. The birth of meaning in Indian thought. Dordrecht: Reidel Publishing Company 1988.
Edited by Robert S. Cohen



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