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Suddhadvaita Vedanta Philosophy (Encyclopedia of Indian Philosophies - Volume XXIII)

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Item Code: NAT049
Author: Karl H. Potter
Language: ENGLISH
Edition: 2019
ISBN: 9788120841543
Pages: 478
Other Details 10.00 X 6.50 inch
Weight 850 gm
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About the Book

Vallabhacarya, the founder of Suddadvaita Vedanta, is less known outside of India than founder other Indian philosophical schools. He is among the latest (1473-1532) to found a well-known Vedanta school. Although devotion (bhakti) is of central importance in his system, this by no means implies a lack of philosophical acumen on his part or among his followers. The schools produced many works of philosophical analysis, and we may count among Vallabhacarya’s followers a master of philosophical analysis, Purusottama, of the eighteenth century. Purusottama is one of the most prolific authors in the history of Indian philosophy. Over seventy of his important works are treated in this volume, and he probably wrote one hundred more.

About the Author

Karl H. Potter is Professor of philosophy and South Asian Studies at the Unviersity of Washington in Seattle, and is the General Editor of the Encyclopaedia of Indian Philosophies containing 28 volumes.

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