The Theology of Rāmānuja: Realism and Religion
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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Abhinavagupta Advaitic Advaitin agent aham anantam attributes avidya awareness bhakti Bhartrhari bhavati body Brahman Brahmasutras causal class-property co-referentiality cognition concept conscious and non-conscious consciousness context defining definition denote dependent Devadatta Dharmakirti differentiated Dignaga distinct divine dravya essence essential property eternal Evam existence experience expressed ibid identified identity individual substances inherence Inner intrinsic jiva jndnam karma Kumarila laksana Lipner Mandana Mandana Misra manifest means of knowledge mental Mimamsakas mind-independent modes Naiyayikas nature non-conscious entities Nyaya object ontology op.cit particular perception Prakasatman pramana pratyaksa primary sense proper form qualities Ramanuja reality referent reflexive relation ritual S.Bh Sanskrit Sarikara sarvam satyam says scripture so'yam specific sruti statement structure substrate substrative cause superimposition Supreme svabhdva svarupa sydt tasya Tat tvam Tat tvam asi Tathd Tatra texts theory thing thought Udayana unity universe Upanisads Vedanta Vedic Veds visesa visesana vrttih words Yamuna Yathd