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    Sarkar, Proyash
    The customary way of interpreting the dialogue between Arjuna and Kṛṣṇa in the Bhagavad-Gita is to consider it merely as an expression of the fear of the diffident Arjuna, who is depicted by almost all the commentators as being scared of fighting the . . .
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    Mishra, A
    Śūnyatā has been one of the most misunderstood terms in the history of philosophy. It has been conceived sometimes as an Absolute and sometimes as pure nothingness. Often it has been identified with truth and most often it has been understood as falsi . . .
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    Sander, Ake
    Western philosophers and scholars have long maintained the assumption that there is a gulf of difference between “Western rational thinking” and “Eastern irrational, mystical-metaphysical brooding” (cf. Beinorius 2005; Carrette & King 2005; Halbfass 1 . . .
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    Tiwari, Devendra Nath
    Going through the texts on Indian philosophical systems we find that the chief purpose of them is to find a solution against the conflicting ideas, digging out the problems, removing doubts of the opponents and getting freedom from them. Unless the th . . .
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    Jha, Ujjwala
    In the process of establishing the authority of the Veda, so far as knowledge of Dharma is concerned, Mīmāṁsā evolved many innovative ideas which may be applied in the contemporary field of discourse-analysis. Many of these ideas were the outcome of t . . .
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    Stephen, Matthew D.
    The paper argues that ancient metanarratives (Adhikaṭha) are relevant in meeting out the crisis of values brought on by the post-modernistic ideology. The paper defines post modernism and examines it. It argues that postmodernism’s rejection of a univ . . .
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    Verma, Ajay
    The quickest of our actions presupposes and involves some minimal ontological conception of the object towards which our actions may be directed. Even our reflexive actions can only be understood in terms of some minimal subconscious understanding of . . .
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    Tiwari, Devendra Nath
    Indian Philosophical thinking is centered to freedom from problems and the basic problem is identified as ignorance. Ignorance gives birth to all limitations, conflicts, sorrow and suffering. The purpose of philosophical thinking is therapeutic that i . . .