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Prolegomena to Any Future Historiography of Cultures and Civilizations

 
Daya Krishna (Author)
Synopsis A prolonged enquiry into the problems relating to the Historiography of Civilizations which creatively uses the concepts derived from both the Indian and the western traditions to understand man's most complex and enduring creation, that is, civilization. Silpa, Sastra, Samskara, Purusartha, Svapna, Smrti and Vasana provide a key role in this understanding and a new concept of the empirical a priori is developed to provide the theoretical underpinning for their understanding.
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About the author

Daya Krishna

Daya Krishna was Profesor of Philosophy at the University of Rajasthan, Jaipur, India. He has written extensively on Indian Philosophy and his major works include Indian Philosophy: a Counter-Perspectives (1991-96), New Perspectives in Indian Philosophy (1991), Indian Philosophy: A New Approach (1992). His most recent work on Indian Philosophy is Developments in India Philosophy from 18th century Onwards: Classical and Modern (2002). He has also edited India’s Intellectual Traditions (1987-2003), and Bhakti: A Contemporary Discussion (2000) and written A Prolegomena to any future Historiography of Cultures and Civilisations (1997). A collection of his philosophical writings has been published under the title The Art of the Conceptual: Explorations in a Conceptual Maze over three decades (1989). A Work on his ‘philosophy’ has been published entitled The Philosophy of Daya Krishna (1996).

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Title Prolegomena to Any Future Historiography of Cultures and Civilizations
Author Daya Krishna
Format Hardcover
Date published: 01.01.1997
Edition 1st. Ed.
Language: English
isbn 8121507642
length 252p.
Subjects History