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Sanskrit-English Philosophical Wordlist

  ISBN : 9789747046786
  WL Order Code :  N3489
  Price :  US$63.00
  Chiang Mai 2007,
  432 pp., 225 x 285 mm Weight  1.400 kg
  Freeland, Christopher; Sanskrit-English Philosophical Wordlist
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Intended for students of Indian philosophy and language, this wordlist is a compendium of about three thousand five hundred terms compiled to help in the study of Indian philosophical systems, with a special emphasis on Shankara’s Kevaladvaita system. Logically enough, the lexicon refers to terms employed by most other Hindu and early Buddhist philosophical systems, as well as some inevitable mythological references. There is a definite bias towards non-dualistic thought, both in content and interpretation of the terms. Entries are listed in alphabetical order of the Devanagari script with a romanised transliteration, where possible the Sanskrit root word has been included with the entry to aid further investigation or satisfy curiosity. For etymologists concerned by historical setting, textual reference is often provided in which the expression appears and thus the time of its use can be deduced. The foreword was written by the late Professor J. Gonda of Utrecht University.

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