Six Classical Indian Philosophies - Overview

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Published on Nov 10, 2017
The module will provide an exploration of the concept of reality of the following six Indian philosophies:

•Orientation to Sad Darshana (six philosophies): Why study Sad Darshana? An exploration and discussion of the historical context and relevance to the broader Hindu tradition.
•Karma Mimamsa philosophy of elevation through performance of duty.
•Vedanta 1: epistemology and historical context of Shankara’s non-dualism; ontology and soteriology: a consideration of key philosophical and theological concepts.
•Vedanta 2: epistemology and historical context of Ramanuja’s qualified non-dualism; ontology and soteriology: a consideration of key philosophical and theological concepts.
•Vedanta 3: epistemology and historical context of Madhva’s dualism; ontology and soteriology: a consideration of key philosophical and theological concepts.
•Nyaya philosophy of logic and reason.
•Vaisheshika philosophy of Vedic atomic theory.
•Sankhya philosophy of dualism.
•Yoga philosophy of self discipline for self realization.
•A consideration of the Sad Darshana from a Gaudiya Vaishnava perspective: Baladeva’s Vedantic response to the other Darshanas.

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