Advaita Vedanta, Buddhist Philosophy, Indian Philosophy, Upanishads, Vedas

PRAMĀNA: THE SOURCE OF KNOWLEDGE

Whenever discussing Indian Philosophy, a note on the ‘Sources of knowledge’ (in Sanskrit, Pramāna) is unavoidable. Philosophy deals with external objects. So getting details about the external objects is crucial to formulate philosophic theories. There are various ways or means to know the outside objects. These means are commonly called as Pramāna or ‘Sources/methods of… Continue reading PRAMĀNA: THE SOURCE OF KNOWLEDGE

Book Reviews, Buddhist Philosophy, Indian Philosophy, Kumarila Bhatta

The Buddhist Philosophy as presented in Mimamsa-Sloka-Varttika of Kumarila Bhatta

This book bring out the Buddhist Philosophical elements contained in the 'Mimamsa - Slokavarttika', the magnum opus of Kumarila Bhatta, the most prominent Purva Mimamsa Scholar (The other one is Prabhakara). He composed this work, 'Slokavarttika', to refute the arguments raised by Buddhist scholars, mainly Dignaga, Asanga, etc. As a considerable portion of the works… Continue reading The Buddhist Philosophy as presented in Mimamsa-Sloka-Varttika of Kumarila Bhatta