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Suresvara's Vartika on Yajnavalkya-Maitreyi Dialogue (Brahadaranyakopanisad 2:4 and 4:5) (A Rare Book)
Suresvara's Vartika on Yajnavalkya-Maitreyi Dialogue (Brahadaranyakopanisad 2:4 and 4:5) (A Rare Book)
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From the Jacket

The present work is the outcome of the author's research work at the University of Poona (India). The work is an analytical, critical and comprehensive study of the views of Suresvara on one of the most importance topics in the Brhadaranyakopanisad. The Brhadaranyakopanisad has differently been explained by different authorities among whom Suresvara occupies a very important place. His Varttika, in spite of being his most outstanding contribution to the Vedanta philosophy, has not yet been translated or explained in any modern language. The present work covers a new ground and may be recognized as the first fruitful attempt in this respect.

The work consists of two parts. Part I is Introduction and Part II is Translation and Annotation. The Introduction discusses with clarity what Suresvara has dealt with in his Brhadaranyakopanisad-bhasyavartika. Some of these topics are: the so-called injunction in Vedanta, the views of Sankara and Suresvara with regard to the preliminary accessories to the knowledge of the Atman, viz. nityakarmanusthana, samnyasa and so on. Where necessary, the author also offers a comparative study of the Vartika and the Gaudapadakarika and that of the Vartika with the Naiskarmyasiddhi and other works of Suresvara.

Part II gives an English translation of Brhadaranyakopanisad 2.4 and 4.5 with exhaustive notes. They are followed by Select Glossary, Bibliography and Verse Index.

About the Author

Shoun Hino began his studies in the Department of India Philosophy at the University of Nagoya (Japan) under the guidance of late Prof. H. Kitagawa and Prof. M. Tachikawa. Among his studies, Buddhism, Sanskrit and Indian Philosophy - particularly Vedanta formed the principle interests. He took his M.A. degree in Indian Philosophy (Vedanta) in Mar., 1975. Later, he pursued his studies in Vedanta under the guidance of Prof. K. P. Jog and obtained Ph.D. degree in Aug. 1979 from the University of Poona (India). His thesis was awarded the Rishi Trust's prize in Sep. 1980. He has worked as a researcher in Nanzan Institute for Religion and Culture (Nagoya, Japan). He has continued his researches in Vedanta and has written several papers on Advaita Vedanta which are published in leading journals of India and Japan.

Contents:

 

Foreword  Acknowledgements  Preface  Preface to the Second Edition  Abbreviations    
Part I Introduction

1. Preliminary Remarks 2. Suresvara's work as a Vartika 3. Anandagiri in Relation to Sankara and Suresvara 4. On abhasa in Suresvara's Work under Reference 5. Suresvara on So-called Injunction in Vedanta 6. Jnana and Vijnana 7. The Method of anvayavyatireka as a Means of Knowing 8. The Use of Illustration (drstanta) in Philosophical Writing 9. Suresvara's Indebtedness to his Predecessors (Gaudapada in Particular) 10. Suresvara and the Samkhya

Part II Translation and Annotation

Bubv 2.4 Bubv 4.5 Select Glossary Bibliography Verse Index

Suresvara's Vartika on Yajnavalkya-Maitreyi Dialogue (Brahadaranyakopanisad 2:4 and 4:5) (A Rare Book)

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NAB445
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1982
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8120807294
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From the Jacket

The present work is the outcome of the author's research work at the University of Poona (India). The work is an analytical, critical and comprehensive study of the views of Suresvara on one of the most importance topics in the Brhadaranyakopanisad. The Brhadaranyakopanisad has differently been explained by different authorities among whom Suresvara occupies a very important place. His Varttika, in spite of being his most outstanding contribution to the Vedanta philosophy, has not yet been translated or explained in any modern language. The present work covers a new ground and may be recognized as the first fruitful attempt in this respect.

The work consists of two parts. Part I is Introduction and Part II is Translation and Annotation. The Introduction discusses with clarity what Suresvara has dealt with in his Brhadaranyakopanisad-bhasyavartika. Some of these topics are: the so-called injunction in Vedanta, the views of Sankara and Suresvara with regard to the preliminary accessories to the knowledge of the Atman, viz. nityakarmanusthana, samnyasa and so on. Where necessary, the author also offers a comparative study of the Vartika and the Gaudapadakarika and that of the Vartika with the Naiskarmyasiddhi and other works of Suresvara.

Part II gives an English translation of Brhadaranyakopanisad 2.4 and 4.5 with exhaustive notes. They are followed by Select Glossary, Bibliography and Verse Index.

About the Author

Shoun Hino began his studies in the Department of India Philosophy at the University of Nagoya (Japan) under the guidance of late Prof. H. Kitagawa and Prof. M. Tachikawa. Among his studies, Buddhism, Sanskrit and Indian Philosophy - particularly Vedanta formed the principle interests. He took his M.A. degree in Indian Philosophy (Vedanta) in Mar., 1975. Later, he pursued his studies in Vedanta under the guidance of Prof. K. P. Jog and obtained Ph.D. degree in Aug. 1979 from the University of Poona (India). His thesis was awarded the Rishi Trust's prize in Sep. 1980. He has worked as a researcher in Nanzan Institute for Religion and Culture (Nagoya, Japan). He has continued his researches in Vedanta and has written several papers on Advaita Vedanta which are published in leading journals of India and Japan.

Contents:

 

Foreword  Acknowledgements  Preface  Preface to the Second Edition  Abbreviations    
Part I Introduction

1. Preliminary Remarks 2. Suresvara's work as a Vartika 3. Anandagiri in Relation to Sankara and Suresvara 4. On abhasa in Suresvara's Work under Reference 5. Suresvara on So-called Injunction in Vedanta 6. Jnana and Vijnana 7. The Method of anvayavyatireka as a Means of Knowing 8. The Use of Illustration (drstanta) in Philosophical Writing 9. Suresvara's Indebtedness to his Predecessors (Gaudapada in Particular) 10. Suresvara and the Samkhya

Part II Translation and Annotation

Bubv 2.4 Bubv 4.5 Select Glossary Bibliography Verse Index

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