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The Indian Philosophical Congress 1936

1936

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I Dialectical Materialism has been defined as the science of general laws of the motion—both of the external world and of human thinking." Whether it is a science or not it certainly is a philosophical doctrine and as such it can be viOwed as a 1. Engels Ludwig Feuerbach p. 54."DIALECTICAL MATERIALISM 3 theory of existence a theory of knowledge a theory of social life and a theory of the f [...] Nor is the theory of the evolution of inorganic matter of the universe from original nebulre to the "ever hardening cooling masses of the stars and the planets is now questioned." But This recognition :is not enough. [...] As appearance of the synthesis causes disappearance of the negation it is aptly called the 'negation of negation.' This also implies the reappearance of the 'thesis in the synthesis in a new garb. [...] Antagonism between free men and slaves patricians and plebeians barons and serfs guild burghers and journeymen have resulted by the resolution of the antagonism through dominance of the second factor by revolutionary jumps in the formation of social epochs in broad outline designated as the Asiatic the classical the feudal and the capitalist forms of production and social orders—each p [...] In view of the fact that study must proceed from the apprehension of a part to the comprehension of a whole the study of the dialectical process may begin from any part of the process but partly because it is one's social surroudings which one is chiefly interested to know and change partly because of the influence of the Humanism of Feuerbach and others and partly because of a justified per

Title Pages Author/Editor
Dialectical Materialism 1-28 M. Sharif

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The Revolt Against Metaphysics 29-48 D.M. Datta

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Logical Construction 49-54 R. Das

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Mandana and Bhavadvaita 55-68 S.S. Shastri

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The Last Phase of Bradley’s Thought 69-75 S.K. Das

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A Realistic Theory of Illusion 76-83 Sures Dutt

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The Nature of Sense-Data 84-93 Kali Prasad

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The Status of the Pre-Organic World in Idealistic Philosophy 94-102 K.C. Gupta

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On the Nature of Relations 103-113 N.A. Nikam

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Scepticism and its Place in Sankara’s Philosophy 114-125 P.T. Raju

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Doctrine and Expression in Mysticism 126-134 Ram Loomba

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Whitehead’s Idea of God 135-144 C.V. Murty

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Consideration of Indeterminism 145-152 Dhirendra De

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On an Extension of Mcdougall’s Hormic Theory 153-164 P.S. Naidu

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Metaphysical Vindication of Moral Autonomy 165-170 D.L. De

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Emotional Intuitivism in Axiology 171-176 Ram Loomba

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Some Aspects of Belief 177-187 Kalidas Bhattacharyya

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Philosophy of Life in Islam 188-193 S.N.A. Jafri

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The Freudian and the Yoga Conceptions of Repression 194-200 Sharshi Das Gupta

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The Concept of Liberation 201-208 C.D. Deshmukh

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The Concept of the Transcendent 209-213 S.S. Jalota

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Yogavasistha and Bhagawadgita 214-217 Prahlad Divanji

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Idealism in Practice 218-221 Sarbeshwar Banerjee

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Shanti Devi Further Investigated 222-245 Indra Sen

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Matrimonial Ethics 246-254 Girdhar Gopal

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Philosophy and Religion 255-260 J.K. Daji

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Dreams 261-269 Ramdat Bharadwaj

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Misuse of Logic 270-276 Priya Dut

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Philosophy of Humour 277-287 S.N. Roy

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The Doctrine of Relations 288-295 Jyotish Banerjee

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The Dynamics of Indian Philosophy 296-309 M.V.V.K. Rangachari

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Sri Sankaracarya’s Commentary on the Yogasutrabhasya 310-314 C. Raja

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The Problem of Appearance and Reality: Phenomenal and Absolute Standpoints 315-319 Manubhai Pandya

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Straight and Crooked Thinking 320-331 Shankat Rao

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Badarayana on Subtle Body 332-335 Krishna Bharadwaj

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The Executive Committee for 1935-37 i-i unknown

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Pages
336
SARF Document ID
sarf.144630

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