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Introduction to Vedanta Philosophy (Sreegopal Basu Mallik Fellowship Lectures for 1927

1927

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And for aught we know the change or "disturbance" if we so call it need not be confined to the bounds of the so-called phsical universe only ; for littera% the universe the cosmic system may be one and the bounds that dine commonly assigns beween the physical and the spiritual between the spiritual and the biological may be only practical "pragmatic". and to some extent arbitrary [...] Thinking is just one %vent in a universe of other events "THE LEADING ISSUE 11 mind or consciousness is a thing" in a system of other things and it is vain and futile to seek to derive one class by the other; just as colour is not sound and rice versa so thought is not the object of thought—esse is not vercepi (to take the negation of the famous Berkelcyan dictum) and the question of the relat [...] And the beauty of the thing is that though those processes are immanent or involved in the experience-whole or they may evolve from it that from the stresses in it and thongh these processes treat and to that extent define the Mother-Stuff and the Universe "in which they live move and have 'their being" the Universe as a"THE FUNDAMENTAL POSITION whole never ceases to be undefined. [...] Instead of the stuff being like water of the two gases the product of mind and matter it is the hates that are evolved by the agency or activity of the mother stuff. [...] Now our position is this The earpirieal data Nibs the realms of Pure Reasoii constitute the defined or del-limbic logical order hilillailriti in the net which r.ererrisit ; and whatever be proved a:; to the relative validity of the empirical forms and the ideas of pure reason (we think Kant's position is open to adverse miticism in this matter) neither the forms nor the ideas can cireninseribe a

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Cover i-iv Pramathanath Mukhopadhyaya

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Preface i-iii Pramathanath Mukhopadhyaya

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Lecture I. The Leading Issue 1-22 Pramathanath Mukhopadhyaya

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Lecture II. The Fundamental Posttion 23-42 Pramathanath Mukhopadhyaya

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Lecture III. Brailman as Fact 43-65 Pramathanath Mukhopadhyaya

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Lecture IV. The Method of Intuition 66-85 Pramathanath Mukhopadhyaya

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Lecture V. Fact and Intuition 86-110 Pramathanath Mukhopadhyaya

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Lecture VI. Matter and From 111-130 Pramathanath Mukhopadhyaya

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Lecture VII. “Consciousness and Brain” 131-153 Pramathanath Mukhopadhyaya

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Lecture VIII. One and Many 154-174 Pramathanath Mukhopadhyaya

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Lecture IX. The Primary Basis 175-195 Pramathanath Mukhopadhyaya

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Lecture X. Chit and Consciousness 196-215 Pramathanath Mukhopadhyaya

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Lecture XI. Brahman and Realtty 216-237 Pramathanath Mukhopadhyaya

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Lecture XII. Realtty and Value 238-258 Pramathanath Mukhopadhyaya

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Appendix i-xviii Pramathanath Mukhopadhyaya

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Index xix-xxv Pramathanath Mukhopadhyaya

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philosophy religion

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290
SARF Document ID
sarf.144087

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