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History of Science, Philosophy and Culture in Indian Civilization: The Enworlded Subjectivity: Its Three Worlds and Beyond (Volume XI, Part 4)

 
D.P. Chattopadhyaya (Editor) R. Balasubramanian (Editor)
Synopsis The volumes of the Project on the History of Science, Philosophy and Culture in Indian Civilization aim at discovering the main aspects of India's heritage and present them in an interrelated way. The jiva who lives in the world is the enworlded subjectivity. The concept of trhe "enworlded subjectivity" interrelates consciousness, science, society, value, and Yoga. Every individual who is placed in this world becomes an enworlded subjectivity encountering and experiencing three worlds as explained by the Upanisads in the Indian tradition and by Popper and Eccles in the West. The four sections in this volume bring out the nature, status, and function of the individual in relation to society on the one hand, and its achievements, values, and aspirations on the other. The message of this volume is that human beings, though rooted in the transactional world, endeavour to achieve transcendence of their finitude from time to time, from stage to stage. The Upanisad not only speaks about the spiritual journey from the outer world to the inward Self, but also formulates the technique for realizing the primal Spirit through the vision of oneness. The end of the journey takes us to the point from which the journey was started. This volume will be of interest not only for students and scholars of philosophy, but also for social philosophers, interested in the Indian culture and civilization.
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About the authors

D.P. Chattopadhyaya

D.P. Chattopadhyaya, Professor of Philosophy, jadavpur University, is currently working as Research Scientist of the University Grants Commission. Among his numerous published works are Individuals and Societies(1967), Individuals and Worlds (1976), environment Evolution and Value (1982), Humans Meanings Existences (1983), Sri Aurobindo and Karl Marx (1988). His forthcoming books are Induction Probability and Scepticism and Anthropology and historiography of Science.

R. Balasubramanian

R. Balasubramanian (Ph.D and D. Litt., Madras University), a specialist in Advaita, Phenomenology and Existentialism, started his career in 1950. He taught in Besant in Basant Theosophical College, Vivekananda College, and Annamalai University before joining the faculty of Radhakrishnan Institute for Advanced Study in Philosophy, University off Madras, of which he was the Director for a number of years. He started Sri Aurobindo School of Eastern and Western Thought at Pondicherry University and was its first Chairman for five years. He spent a year at Stanford University as a Fulbright & Smith-Muudt scholar for his post-doctoral Philosophical Research for a term. He is at present Visiting Professor, Sri Aurobindo School of Eastern and Western Thought and President, Afro-Asian Philosophy Association. His publications include: Personallistic Existentialism of Berdyaev (1970); The Taittirtyopanisad-bhasya-vedanta (1976); The Naiskarmya-siddhi (1988); T.M.P. Mahadevan (1998).

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Title History of Science, Philosophy and Culture in Indian Civilization: The Enworlded Subjectivity: Its Three Worlds and Beyond (Volume XI, Part 4)
Format Hardcover
Date published: 01.01.2006
Edition 1st ed
Language: English
isbn 8187586265
length lxxxix+832p., Tables; Notes; Index; 28cm.