UNIVERSITY OF RAJASTHAN, JAIPUR
Paper-I Indian Philosophy B.A. Sullabus
Nature of indian phylosophy : plurality as well as common concern
Basic concept of the Vedic and the Upanishadic World-views Rta (the cosmic order); the divine and human realism, the centrality of the institute of yajna (secrifice); Rna (Duty) obligation).
Atman : jagrt, Svapna, susupti, turia, Brahman; sreyas; preya; karma ;samasra; multi
Cravaka school : its epistomology, metaphics and ethics
Jainism : Concepts of sat, dtavya, guna, paryaya,jivam,ajiv anekntavada, syadvaada and nayavada, pramanas; ahimbondage and liberation.
Buddihsm : theory of pramanas.
Theory of dependent orgination;The four Noble Truths: doctrine of momentariness; theory of No- Soul.
The interpretation of these theories in schools of Buddhisum vaibhasika, Sautrantika, Yogacara, Madhymika.
Nyaya : Theory of parmanas; the indidual self and its liberation the idea of god and proofs for his existence
Vaisesika : padarthas: dracya, guna,karma, samanya, samavay,vaisesa, abhava, cautaion : astkayavada; karana; samavaya,asamavaya, nimitta,paramanuvada;adstra nihsreyasasm.
Snakhya : caustion : satkaryavada; Prakriti;int constituents, evolutes and argument for its existencepurusa purusas; relatikon between prakrti and purus kaiyalya, atheism.
Yoga : chitta and chitta-vrtti; eight fold path; God
Purva Mimamsa : Sruti and its imporatnce; classification of sruti vakyas; vidhi , nisedha arthavada; atheism
The debates between Kaumarilas and Prabhakaras; triputtisamvit, Jnatata, abhava anupalabdhi, anvitabhidanavada, abhihitanvayavada.
Advaita : nirguna Brahman; adhyasas, rejectin of difference vivartavada; maya; three grades if satta; pramanas;jiva ,jivammukti
Visistadvaita; saguna Brahman; refutation of maya, parinamavada;aprthaksiddhi; jiva; bhakti and prapatti; rejection of jivanmukti.Dviata : saguna Brahman; rejection of nirguna Brahman and maya; bheda; saksi, bhakti; moksa.
M. Hiriyanna : Outlines of indian philosophy(Hindi translation available)
C.D. Sharma : A Critical Survey of Indian Philosophy (Hindi Translation available)
S.N Dasgupta : A History of indian Philosophy, Vols. I to V (Hindi Translation available)