The Indian philosophy whether natural or spiritual held in high esteem. It emerged as acceptable, balanced and basic tenets. Unlike the philosophies of other countries based on origin or traditional Indian philosophies reflect infinite depth and true nature of human aspirations. This is one of the reasons why the West and East alike inevitably practised it in diverse spheres as refined wisdom and knowledge and applicable in the development of creative humanity, as it tends, reflective of the original scriptures. The development of it become an inevitable factor and not contrary to the development of human knowledge at any period that may come and haso one.
In the present nuclear age the science of philosophy retains its true nature and emerged logical to save mankind and do not preach hatred and destruction of man and nature. The Indian philosophy reflects another aspect of the problem being debated in the world relating to existence of soul after death in another human. It may be a logical conclusion. An experiment being performed throughout the world.
"Kapila recognizes three modes of knowledge: Perception inference and reve- lation. The perceptions of philosophy enlightens the human sufferings and to region his material well being. According to this book, there are philosophies which can be interpretable to provide to love and devotion, soul and solace to the present day problems too. There are philosophical yogas according to Indian philosophers. Each yoga has its own creative power and realizations", Jnana Yoga, forms the highest, without its perception the human society could not get developed to a continuous evolution as to what a creative mind in man.
This book a high knowledge power among the "Brahma Darsanam" philosophic analysis and absorbing infinite nature in relation to the 'freedom of mind and to gain moksha, how it could be practised for the attainment of relief of suffering humanity and proves that renouncement of the worldly goods and better environment cannot be a philosophic reality of humanity. Hence the truth, nothing but truth, shall prevail and which in_herited to humanity.
The perception of an intricate philosophical problem "the Brahma Darsan" is therefore, exactly extensively dealt in this book by the author, with the universal ideal for a comparative reason.
irst Lecture : GENERAL VIEWPOINTS OF ANCIENT INDIAN PHILOSOPHERS :
The Meaning of the Word Darsana - The Six Systems of Indian Philosophy - The Buddha's Teaching Regarding Nirvana - European Chronology - Contrast between Indian and European Philosophers
Second Lecture : DUALISM : MATTER AND SPIRIT :
Kapila's Early Training - His Philosophy and Ethics - Three Sources of Knowledge - Evolution of the Universe - Nature of the Soul : Its Bondage and Salvation
Third Lecture : THEISM : GOD AND MAN :
Controversy between Science and Religion - Truth is One - Arguments in Favour of theism by Gotama, Patanjali, Narada and Sankara - The Trend of Science towards Monism - Hymn from the Rig Veda - Agreement between Modern Science and the Vedas.
Fourth Lecture : MONISM : MAN AS ASPECT OF THE DIVINE :
Aspects of Consciousness - Religious Systems without a God - Philosophy of Relation - Ramanuja's Qualified Monism
Fifth Lecture : MONISM : THE ABSOLUTE AND THE COSMOS :
Psychological Foundation of Advaita Philosophy of Sankara - State of Sub-consciousness - Progressive Yoga Life - Turiya and Samvit - Avidya, the Doctrine of Error - Discipleship
Sixth Lecture : MONISM : REALISATION OP THE ABSOLUTE TRUTH OF LIFE :
The Constituents of the Universe - Composition of the Spirit, the Soul, and the Body - The Six Circles - The Meaning of Maya - Man's Freedom - Samkhya versus Vedanta - Consciousness Identical with Reality
Index of Sanskrit Terms
Portrait or Sri Ananda Acharya
From an Oil painting by Miss Adele Fairholme
Book ID :3257
Sri Ananda Acharya
ISBN 13 :9788185066141
Year of Publication :1988
Weight :1 Kg.