Knowledge And Freedom In Indian Philosophy

Author: Tara Chatterjea
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With an emphasis on analytic methodology, epistemology and ethics, this collection of articles examines Indian philosophy through contemporary analytic thought. Issues studied include the definition of "pramanya"; relations between truth and knowledge and a meaningful redefinition of "moksa".
Knowledge and Freedom in Indian Philosophy
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With an emphasis on analytic methodology, epistemology and ethics, this collection of articles examines Indian philosophy through contemporary analytic thought. Issues studied include the definition of "pramanya"; relations between truth and knowledge and a meaningful redefinition of "moksa".
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