By Erich Frauwallner
This primary quantity is dedicated to the oldest interval of Indian Philosophy from the begging to the tip of the 1st millennium after Christ. It embraces the philosophy of the Veda and the epic, the Buddha and Jina, the Sankhya and the classical Yoga procedure. quantity II units forth the presentation of the nature--philosophical schools--the Vaisesika and Jaina platforms and the platforms of Lokayatas, Kautilya and different materialist.
Trans. from unique German through V.M. Bedekar.
2 quantity set.
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