The Theology of Rāmānuja: Realism and Religion

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Psychology Press, 2002 - Philosophy - 185 pages
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This is the first attempt to understand Ramanuja in the context of his religious and philosophical tradition. It is the only work which establishes his indebtedness to his immediate predecessor Yamuna and which identifies his actual opponents. It is accordingly a contribution to the wider history of classical Indian thought and not just a consideration of a single individual and his tradition.
  

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Contents

Introduction
1
Some Aspects of Advaita Metaphysics
9
Ramanujas Realistic Metaphysics and Epistemology
27
A Panentheistic Theology
69
Exegeses of the Mahavakya Tat Wam asf
95
Exegeses of the Mahavakya Satyam jnanam anantam
111
Appendix
129
Notes
135
Bibliography
177
Index
183
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About the author (2002)

Dr C.J. Bartley teaches Philosophy at Liverpool University, and Sanskrit and Pali at Manchester University.

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