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The Buddhist View of Knowledge and Reality / Pandit, Moti Lal
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The Buddhist View of Knowledge and Reality
Pandit, Moti Lal
 
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  Book ID : 33616
  ISBN-10 : 81-215-1196-8 / 8121511968
  ISBN-13 : 978-81-215-1196-4 / 9788121511964
  Place of Publication : Delhi
  Year of Publication : 2008
  Edition : (First Edition)
  Language : English
  xx, 314p., Bib., Index, 23 cm.
   
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CONTENTS:-
1. The religious thought in pre-Buddhist India.
2. The Dharma of the Buddha.
3. The Buddhist view of Karman.
4. The causal theory of co-production.
5. The theory of no-self.
6. The possibility of existence.
7. The possibility of knowledge.
8. Nirvana as the ultimate.
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Buddha, while synthesizing the competing religious ideologies of Brahmanism and Sramanism, envisioned such a religious goal which, both at the theoretical and practical levels, would follow the middle way, and the terms of which would be abandoned both philosophical and religious extremism. Thus, the middle way of the Buddha would avoid such philosophical and ethical extremism as is enshrined by such concepts as, for example, eternalism and nihilism, hedonism and asceticism. The purpose of this doctrine of the middle way was not to succumb to any extreme viewpoint, whether philosophical or ethical. Even though Buddha may have claimed that he had established no school of thought, it cannot, however, be denied that he expressed certain philosophical views which, with the passage of time, attained such complexity as would give rise to both critical philosophy and to idealism.

Upon passing away of the Buddha, Buddhist thinkers, initially, interpreted the soteriological message in realistic terms, which, however, became quite complex with the emergence of Sarvastivada and Sautrantika schools of thought. The philosophical realism of early Buddhism was abandoned, upon the emergence of Mahayana, in favour of critical philosophy of Nagarjuna and idealistic philosophy of Asanga-Vasubandhu.

These and such-like questions had to be faced by the Buddhist thinkers--and the present study of these issues has been dealt with both at ontological and epistemological levels. Thus, the present study addresses itself to the questions in a manner as would lead to proper appreciation of Buddhist philosophical thought.

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