Our Price: $29.95 USD 347 Pages (Year: 2002) Oxford University Press ~ ISBN: 0195658787
Indiaclub.com Description This collection of essays by professor J.N Mohanty ‘chart's… a sort of intellectual autobiography’ and traces his reflection in India philosophy and arrange of other issues, over a span of forty years.
Part I deals with problems in metaphysics, epistemology, and language, along with thoughtful treatments of notions such as experience, self, consciousness, doubt, tradition, and modernity.Essays in part 11 written during the turbulent post Independence years, survey issue in social ethics, reforms activities, and religion, variously in the works of Aurobindo, Gandhi, Vinobha, and Rammohun Roy.
Table of Contents Part 1: SOME PROBLEMS IN METAPHYICS, EPOSTEMOLOGY AND LANGUAGE Philosophy as Reflection on Experience The Concept of Metaphysics The Concept of IntuitionKalidas Bhattacharyya as a metaphysician Some Thoughts on Daya Krishna's Three MythsConsciousness in Vedanta Can the Self become an Object? (Thoughts on Samkara's statement: Nayam atma Subject and Person: Eastern and Western Modes of Thinking about ManReflections on the Nyaya Theory of Avayavipratyaksa Nyaya Theory of Doubt