[INDOLOGY] Sanskrit material on philosophy of education

Toke Knudsen Toke.Knudsen at oneonta.edu
Fri Sep 9 17:10:00 UTC 2016

Many thanks to Tracy Coleman, Matthew Kapstein, Judit Törzsök, Tim Lubin, and Robert Goldman for the helpful suggestions in regards to my below query. I’ve passed on the information.

All best wishes,

> On Sep 8, 2016, at 4:11 PM, Toke Knudsen <toke.knudsen at oneonta.edu> wrote:
> Dear all,
> A colleague of mine sent me the following question:
> “I am teaching a course on education and its objectives. We do a fair bit of philosophy in this course but most of our sources are European. Do you think there are certain Sanskrit treatises (hopefully available in English) which belong in a course on the philosophy of education?”
> Would any of you be able to comment on this question?
> Best wishes,
> Toke
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