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Brahman, Individual Souls and The World in Nimbarka Philosophy

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About the author

Rita Gupta

Rita Gupta (b. 1938) obtained B.A. and M.A. degrees from Calcutta University and M.Phil and Ph.D. degrees from London University in Philosophy. She worked as a Lecturer in Universities like NEHU, Shilong, Visva-Bharati and Reader in Visva-Bharati, before becoming Professor in Philosophy and Comparative Religion in Visva-Bharati from which post she retired in 2003. She was a visiting scholar in Manchester University and a Spalding Trust scholar for work on Buddhism with the assistance of Late B.K. Matilal (Spalding Professor of Eastern Religion and Ethics). Her publications include 25 papers and 15 book reviews in Indian and international journals and a book Essays on Dependent Origination and Momentariness (1990). She has written on moral philosophy, theories of action and Western epistemology and comparative religions. She has presented papers and occasionally chaired sessions in about 35 conferences in India and abroad (Italy, Taiwan, Mexico, Switzerland and UK).

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Title Brahman, Individual Souls and The World in Nimbarka Philosophy
Author Rita Gupta
Format Hardcover
Date published: 31.12.2011
Edition 1st. ed.
Language: Sanskrit, English
length vi+251p., 22cm.