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Doctrine of Hindu Philosophy: Comprising the Nyaya, the Sankhya, the Vedant to Which is Added a Discussion of the Authority of the Vedas / Banerjea, K.M.
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Doctrine of Hindu Philosophy: Comprising the Nyaya, the Sankhya, the Vedant to Which is Added a Discussion of the Authority of the Vedas
Banerjea, K.M.
 
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  Book ID : 21852
  ISBN-10 : 81-87226-53-6 / 8187226536
  ISBN-13 : 978-81-87226-53-6 / 9788187226536
  Place of Publication : Gurgaon
  Year of Publication : 2001
  Edition : (First Edition)
  Language : English
  xix, 420p., Gloss., Index, 23 cm.
   
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CONTENTS:-

PART I:
1. Accidental Meeting of the Interlocutors
2. Tarkakama Sneers at Satyakama's Singularity
3. The Latter Retorts
4. Brahminical Theory Versus Practice
5. The Way of the Vedas Inferior to that of Philosophers
6. Veda a Sudder Court of Appeal
7. Hindu Philosophers Discordant
8. Agamika's Candid Admissions
9. His Aversion to Philosophy
10. Satyakama Defends the Proper use of Philosophy
11. He Explains his Own views
12. What is Swadharma?
13. The Word Hindu Whence Derived?
14. No Community of Dharma Among Hindus
15. Swadharma Means Class-Duties
16. Duties of Brahmins
17. Swadharma Acknowledged to he an Impossibility
18. Hence (According to Kapila) a Nullity
19. No Sanatana Dharma in Hinduism
20. Renunciation of Swadharma Sometimes Lauded in the Sastras
21. Sectaries

PART II:
1. Conference Interrupted by an Eclipse
2. Satyakama Reads a Paper
3. Vedas Little Known Among the Hindus
4. Upanishads Considered More Excellent
5. Their Gross Indecencies
6. Reasons why the Vedas were Held in Reverence
7. Exclusive Privilege of Brahmins
8. Rise of Buddhism
9. It Failed to Maintain its Ground
10. Left Strong Traces Behind it
11. All the Schools of Philosophy Openly Condemned
12. Brahminical Meal Intellectualism
13. Sutra-Teaching Esoteric
14. Order in which the Schools Arose
15. Kanada's Theory of Creation Apparently Atheistic
16. Kapila's Atheism
17. Patanjali's Mysticism
18. Prakriti and Purusha Personified
19. Veda without God
20. Dharma without God
21. Vyasa and Jaimini
22. Vedanta Stigmatized as Buddhism in Disguise
23. All Right and all Wrong

PART III:
1. Doctrine of Pre-Existence
2. How Argued for
3. How Opposed
4. Adrishta, the Cause of One's Condition in Life
5. Greek Doctrine of Pre-Existence
6. Plato's Doctrine of Reminiscence Similar to Gotama's
7. How Gotama Argues for Pre-Existence
8. How Answered
9. State of Probation
10. Sankara's Idea of an Endless Succession of Worlds
11. Plato's Theory of Knowledge Discussed
12. God Himself Dependent on Adrishta
13. Gotama's Idea of Works
14. Adrishta Opposed to Theism
15. Sankaracharya's Opinion on Adrishta
16. Sankara's Self-Contradiction
17. Doctrine of Transmigrations
18. Doctrine of Causation
19. The Material Cause Considered Most Important in the Hindoo Schools
20. Material not Properly a Cause
21. Illustrated by a Watch
22. God is not Dependent on Materials

PART IV:
1. A Brahmin's Elementary Studies Described
2. Large Gathering on the Varuni
3. Discussion of the Theory of Adrishta
4. Was Kanada a Theistic Philosopher?
5. Sankara's Condemnation of Kanada's Theory of Creation
6. How the Nyaya Afterwards Became a Theistic System
7. The Nyaya in Conflict with the Sankhya
8. The Atomic Theory of the Nyaya Stated and Discussed
9. Distinguished from Newton's
10. Sankara's Strictures on the Nyaya Theory of Atoms
11. Discussion of the Nyaya Theory of the Eternity of all Souls
12. The Advocate of the Nyaya Astounded at the Inferences Clearly Deducible from his Theory

PART V:
1. Agamika Attempts to Reconcile the Soul's Eternity with its Dependence on God
2. Satyakama's Reply
3. The Nyaya as a System of Philosophy and Logic
4. Its Five-Membered Syllogism Described
5. The Mode in which its Followers Justify it
6. The Nyaya view of the Evidence of Testimony
7. The Nyaya view of the Nature and end of Human Existence Fundamentally Incorrect
8. Vatsayana's Exposition of the Same
9. The Same Corroborated by Passages from the Yoga-Vasishta
10. Its Close Resemblance to the Buddhistic view of Life
11. The Orthodox Gotama Scarcely Distinguishable from the Heretical Gotama
12. Emancipation and Nirvana Both Alike
13. Other Points of Resemblance between the Hindu and Buddhistic Systems
14. The Ethics of Buddhism and the Nyaya Compared
15. Nyaya view of Emancipation Discussed
16. Existence without its Signs
17. The Moral Philosophy of the Nyaya
18. The Nyaya Harps in Buddhistic Tunes

PART VI:
1. How Sankaracharya Attacks the Sankhya
2. His Argument Quoted at Length
3. Kapila's view of Nature's Agency
4. Sankara's Inconsistency
5. Kapila's Contradictions
6. His view of Habit Proved to be Erroneous
7. Mutual Adaptations a Proof of Disign
8. Meaning of Prakriti Discussed
9. Animal Organisms Proofs of Design
10. Development Theory
11. That Theory not Necessarily Atheistic Like Kapila's
12. Mind Cannot be a Product of Matter
13. Kapila's Atheism Exposed by Passages from his Sutras
14. Sankhya Pleadings
15. Inconsistencies of the Vedant
16. Sankhya Theory of the Soul's Freedom from Attachments Examined
17. No Moral Greatness without God
18. What True Freedom is
19. Kapila Teaches Buddhism
20. Sankhya Meditation is No-Meditation

PART VII:
1. A Marriage Assembly Described
2. Debate Among Brahmins
3. A Buddhist Retorts on Hinduism Charges Preferred Against his System and Quotes Hindu Authorities
4. Discussion of the Vedanta's One Principle
5. Vedant Charged with Atheism by a Hindu Writer
6. The Doctrine of the World Being a Mere Shadow Discussed
7. Discussion of the Alleged Parallelism between Vedantism and Berkeley
8. Disproof of the Assertion that the Ontology of the Vedant is that of Berkeley
9. Sankaracharya Quoted to the Above Effect
10. Idealism Proved to be a Buddhistic Dogma

PART VIII:
1. The Disputants Meet Again at the Rajah's House
2. The Buddhist Encounters them
3. The Buddhist Contends that the Doctrines of Maya and Mukti Were Borrowed from Buddhism
4. The Original Vedas Say Nothing of Maya
5. Nor do Most of the Upanishads
6. The Swetaswatara Alone Maintains the Doctrine of Maya
7. It is Proved to be Post-Buddhistic
8. Review of Vedant Sutras
9. Sankara's Authority as a Commentator
10. Pantheism Inculcated in Vedant Sutras
11. How Sankara Met Objections
12. Sankara's Self-Contradiction
13. Difficulties of Pantheism
14. Sankara's Idea of the Soul's Identity with God
15. Strictures on Pantheism by Gauda-Purnananda, a Ramanuja
16. Kanada Against Pantheism
17. Moral Consequences of Pantheism
18. Immorality Excused by Pantheism
19. The Old Vedantism of Vyasa Distinguished from that of Later Writers
20. Sankara's Self-Contradictions on the Reality of the External World
21. Whether Vyasa Taught the Theory of Maya
22. Spiritual Pantheism as Bad as Material
23. Vedantism Admits No Idea of Law or Duty
24. Spiritual Pantheism, a Libel on God

PART IX:
1. Discussion with a Dandi
2. The Dandi's Explanations
3. Satyakama's Reply
4. Dependent Existence not Necessarily Illusory
5. The Absurdity of Calling the World False and Yet God
6. Pantheism Precludes the Idea of Duty
7. What is Maya
8. Ramanuja's Strictures on Pantheism
9. The Dandi Asserts that the World is Called an Illusion Because of its Vanity
10. Satyakama Points Out the Limitation of the Doctrine
11. To Deny the World is to Deny the Power and Wisdom of God
12. True Idea of Heaven
13. Vedantism Militates Against all Proof
14. Vedantism Falsified by its Own Rules
15. Ramanuja's Strictures (Again) on Pantheism
16. His Idea of the Essential form of God
17. How Ramanandis Differ from Ramanujas
18. Discussion of the Modern Vedantism of Bengal
19. The Pantheism of the Upanishads Exposed by Citations of Texts
20. The Text "Ekamevadwitiyam" Proved to be Pantheistic
21. Citations of Passages Proving the Pantheism of the Upanishads
22. How the School of Rammohun Roy Gradually Gave up all Sastras

PART X:
1. Discussion of the Authority of the Veda
2. Passages Adduced in Support of its Inspiration Proved to be Inconclusive
3. Veda cannot Prove Itself
4. Review of Arguments Adduced by Philosophers in Support of the Vedas
5. Jaimini's Violent Artifice in Explaining Away the Anachronisms in the Vedas
6. Proofs Adduced from Vedas Against their Eternity
7. Sankara's Theory of Eternal Species
8. His Argument Refuted
9. Arguments of Gotama, Kanada, and Kapila Refuted
10. Atheism of the Probhakara Mimansa
11. What can the Vedas be
12. Conflicting Accounts of their Production
13. Their Own Admission of a Human Origin
14. Necessity of a Revelation
15. The Fact of a Primitive Revelation Apparent from Brahminical Traditions
16. But They Prove Nothing in Behalf of the Four Vedas
17. The Bible Declared to be the True Record of God's will
18. Evidence of Prophecy
19. Contrasted with Alleged Prophecies in Brahminical Sastras
20. Evidence of Miracles
21. Contrasted with the Alleged Miracles of Brahminism
22. The Bible Throws Light on the Brahminical Institution of Sacrifices
23. Agamika Speaks of the Vaishnava Doctrine of Krishna The "Lord of all Sacrifices"
24. Satyakama Suggests that the Vaishnava Doctrine May Have been Borrowed from the Christians of Southern India
25. The Character of Krishna a Modern Invention After the Overthrow of Buddhism
26. The Brahminical Triad of Divinities Probably a Distorted Tradition of Primitive Revelation
27. So too the Doctrine of Vishnu's Incarnations
28. The Great Duty and the Chief end According to Christianity

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The main objective of the book is to give a correct and authentic statement of the doctrines of Hindu Philosophy and to suggest modes of dealing with them which may prove most effective to the Hindu mind. The book comprises of the Nyaya the Sankhya, the Vedanta, and brief discussion is added on the Authority of the Vedas.
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