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245 04 The Oxford handbook of Indian philosophy /|cedited by 
       Jonardon Ganeri 
246 30 Indian philosophy 
264  1 New York, NY :|bOxford University Press,|c2014- 
300    1 online resource 
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490 1  Oxford handbooks online 
505 00 |tIntroduction: Why Indian Philosophy? Why Now? /
       |rJonardon Ganeri  
505 00 |tPart I Methods, Literatures, Histories --|tInterpreting 
       Indian Philosophy: Three Parables /|rMatthew T. Kapstein -
       -|tHistory and Doxography of the Philosophical Schools /
       |rAshok Aklujkar --|tPhilosophy as a Distinct Cultural 
       Practice: The Transregional Context /|rJustin E. H. Smith 
       --|tComparison or Confluence In Philosophy? /|rMark 
505 00 |tPart II Legacies of Sutta & Sūtra: Philosophy Before 
       Dignāga --|tNāgārjuna on Emptiness: A Comprehensive 
       Critique of Foundationalism /|rJan Westerhoff --
       |tPhilosophical Quietism in Nāgārjuna and Early Madhyamaka
       /|rTom J. F. Tillemans --|tHabit and Karmic Result in the 
       Yogaśāstra /|rChristopher G. Framarin --|tVasubandhu on 
       the Conditioning Factors and the Buddha’s Use of Language 
       /|rJonathan C. Gold --|tBuddhaghosa on the Phenomenology 
       of Love and Compassion /|rMaria Heim --|tThe Philosophy of
       Mind of Kundakunda and Umāsvāti /|rPiotr Balcerowicz --
       |tVātsyāyana: Cognition as a Guide to Action /|rMatthew R.
       Dasti --|tBhartṛhari on Language, Perception, and 
       Consciousness /|rVincenzo Vergiani 
505 00 |tPart III The Age of Dialogue: A Sanskrit Cosmopolis --
       |tCoreference and Qualification: Dignāga Debated by 
       Kumārila and Dharmakīrti /|rJohn Taber and Kei Kataoka --
       |tReflexive Awareness and No-Self: Dignāga Debated by 
       Uddyotakara & Dharmakīrti /|rMonima Chadha --|tThe 
       Metaphysics of Self in Praśastapāda’s Differential 
       Naturalism /|rShalini Sinha --|tProving Idealism 
       Dharmakīrti /|rBirgit Kellner --|tŚāntideva’s Impartialist
       Ethics /|rCharles Goodman --|tA History of Materialism 
       From Ajita to Udbhaṭa /|rRamkrishna Bhattacharya --
       |tConsciousness and Causal Emergence: Śāntarakṣita Against
       Physicalism /|rChristian Coseru --|tPushing Idealism 
       Beyond its Limits: The Place of Philosophy in Kamalaśīla’s
       Steps of Cultivation /|rDan Arnold 
505 00 |tPart IV The Age of Disquiet --|tJayarāśi Against the 
       Philosophers /|rPiotr Balcerowicz --|tTwo Theories of 
       Motivation and Their Assessment by Jayanta /|rRajam 
       Raghunathan --|tUtpaladeva and Abhinavagupta on the 
       Freedom of Consciousness /|rIsabelle Ratié --|tThe Nature 
       of Idealism in the Mokṣopāyaśāstra/Yogavāsiṣṭha /
       |rFrançois Chenet --|tLogic in the Tradition of 
       Prabhācandra /|rMarie-Hélène Gorisse --|tAn Indian 
       Philosophy of Law: Vijñāneśvara’s Epitome of the Law /
       |rDonald R. Davis, Jr --|tŚrīharṣa’s Dissident 
       Epistemology: Of Knowledge as Assurance /|rJonardon Ganeri
505 00 |tPart V Philosophy From Ganṅgeśa --|tA Defeasibility 
       Theory of Knowledge in Gaṅgeśa /|rStephen H. Phillips --
       |tJayatīrtha and the Problem of Perceptual Illusion /
       |rMichael Williams --|tMādhava’s Garland of Jaimini’s 
       Reasons as Exemplary Mīmāṃsā Philosophy /|rFrancis X. 
       Clooney, SJ --|tHindu Disproofs of God: Refuting Vedāntic 
       Theism in the Sāṃkhya-Sūtra /|rAndrew J. Nicholson 
505 00 |tPart VI Early Modernity: New Philosophy in India --
       |tRaghunātha Śiromaṇi and the Examination of the Truth 
       about the Categories /|rMichael Williams --|tNīlakaṇṭha 
       Caturdhara’s Advaita Vedānta /|rChristopher Minkowski --
       |tMuḥibb Allāh Ilāhābādī on Ontology: Debates Over the 
       Nature of Being /|rShankar Nair 
505 00 |tPart VII Freedom & Identity on the Eve of Independence -
       -|tJawaharlal Nehru, Mohandas Gandhi, and the Contexts of 
       Indian Secularism /|rAkeel Bilgrami --|tFreedom in 
       Thinking: The Immersive Cosmopolitanism of Krishnachandra 
       Bhattacharyya /|rJonardon Ganeri --|tBhimrao Ramji 
       Ambedkar’s Modern Moral Idealism: A Metaphysics of 
       Emancipation /|rGopal Guru --|tAnukul Chandra Mukerji: The
       Modern Subject /|rNalini Bhushan and Jay L. Garfield 
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700 1  Ganeri, Jonardon,|eeditor 
776 08 |iPrint version :|z9780199314621 
830  0  Oxford handbooks in Philosophy 
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