Title: Buddhist Philosophy in India and Ceylon
Author: Keith, A. Berriedale
Description: In this eminently readable account of the development of Buddhist Philosophy, Berriedale Keith examines the sources and limits of knowledge, traces the fundamental character of being, the philosophy of spirit and nature, and the doctrine of causation and the act. Also examined are the path of salvation, the saint and the Buddha, the place of Buddhism in early Indian thought, the school of Hinayana, the doctrine of reality, and the psychology of consciousness. The theory of action and Buddhology, Mahayana origins and authorities, the negativism of the Vijnanavada, the doctrine of the absolute in Buddhism and the Vedanta, the Buddhist Trikaya, the doctrine of salvation, and Bodhisattvas and Buddhas are also included. In the end, the reader is lead to the origin of Indian logic.
Publisher: Aman Publishing Company, Delhi
Edition: 1st ed., Date: 1993, 319 pp., HB
Item Code: BK00481