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Philosophies of India

Heinrich Robert Zimmer

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Geisteswissenschaften, Kunst, Musik / ÷stliche Philosophie


A Princeton Classics edition of an essential work of twentieth-century scholarship on India

Since its first publication, Philosophies of India has been considered a monumental exploration of the foundations of Indian philosophy. Based on the copious notes of Indologist, linguist, and art historian Heinrich Zimmer, and edited by Joseph Campbell, this book is organized into three sections. “The Highest Good” looks at Eastern and Western thought and their convergence; “The Philosophies of Time” discusses the philosophies of success, pleasure, and duty; and “The Philosophies of Eternity” presents the fundamental concepts of Buddhism, Brahmanism, Jainism, Sankhya and yoga, and Tantra. This work examines such areas as the Buddhist Tantras, Buddhist Genesis, the Tantric presentation of divinity, the preparation of disciples and the meaning of initiation, and the symbolism of the mandala-palace Tantric ritual and twilight language. It also delves into the Tantric teachings of the inner Zodiac and the fivefold ritual symbolism of passion. Appendices, a bibliography, and general and Sanskrit indexes are included.

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Lecture, Novel, Sarvepalli Radhakrishnan, Visarga, The Buddhist (TV channel), Heinrich Zimmer, Jacques Derrida, Emperor of India, Buddhist councils, Akbar, Jainism, Poetics (Aristotle), Literature, Tantra, Mrs., Stupa, Semivowel, Mr., Buddhahood, Swami Nikhilananda, Monologue, Prose, Typing, Vowel, Borobudur, Editing, Indian philosophy, Sibilant, Mikhail Bakhtin, Consciousness, Tip of the tongue, Buddhism, Sanskrit, Thought, The Cambridge History of India, Writing