"Top Five" Philosophy Works
george9252 at EMAIL.MSN.COM
Fri Nov 19 22:31:25 UTC 1999
How about Radhakrishnan's AN IDEALIST VIEW OF LIFE?
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From: Christian Coseru <christian.coseru at ANU.EDU.AU>
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Sent: Thursday, November 18, 1999 5:48 PM
Subject: Re: "Top Five" Philosophy Works
> At 10:45 AM 11/18/99 PST, you wrote:
> >george9252 <george9252 at EMAIL.MSN.COM> wrote:
> >>A colleague of mine has asked what 20th century work (book and/or
> >>of Eastern Philosophy would be a candidate for inclusion on such a list.
> >>His tone implied that the answer is "none."
> >>Does anyone on the Indology list have a suggestion and/or an opinion?
> Books that would make excellent candidates for the list in my opinion are:
> Jitendranath Mohanty :
> 1)_The Possibility of Transcendental Philosophy_, Dordrecht, Kluwer
> Academic Publishers, 1985
> 2)_Phenomenology and Ontology_, Den Haag, M. Nijhoff
> Sukharanjan Saha:
> 1)_Perspectives on Nyaya Logic and Epistemology_, Calcutta : K.P. Bagchi &
> Co., 1987
> 2)_Advaita Theory of Illusion_, Calcutta : Progressive Publishers, 1982
> Sibajiban Bhattacharyya:
> 1)_Gangesa's Theory of Indeterminate Perception, New Delhi : Indian
> of Philosophical Research : Distributed by Munshiram Manoharlal
> 1993-1996 (vol 1-2)
> Christian Coseru
> Faculty of Asian Studies Ph: 02-6249 4323
> Asian History Centre Fax: 02-6279 8326
> Australian National University christian.coseru at anu.edu.au
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