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Lecture Plan:

Indian Philosophy :

Indian Philosophy An Introduction:
The Meaning And Features Of Indian Philosophy, Blames On Indian Philosophy And Their Answer, Orthodox And Heterodox Branches Of Indian Philosophy, Development Of Indian Philosophical Literature.

Charvaka Darshana:
Origin And Sources. Perception As One And Only Pramana Refutation Of Inference. Materialistic Metaphysics And Hedonistic Ethics Of Charvaka.

Jaina Darshana:
Lord Mahavira And Origin Of Jainism, Theory Of Reality, Anekantavada Nayavada, Syadavada And Theory Of Bondage And Liberation.

Bauddha Darshana:
Lord Buddha And Origin Of Buddhism, Vaibhashika And Sautrantika Under Hinayana, Shunyavada And Vigyanvada Under Mahayana. Four Nobel Truths, Ashtangika Marga Pratityasamutpada Kshnikavada And Anatmavada.

Samkhya Darshna:
Origin And Sources, Dwaitavada Of Samkhya, Nature Of Prakriti, Argument For Existence Of Prakriti And Evolutionism, Nature Of Purusha And Argument For Its Existence And Multiplicity, Theory Of Bondage And Liberation.

Yoga Darshana:
Cittabhumi And Cittavritti Of Yoga. Klesha Samadhi And Kaivalaya.

Nyaya – Vaisheshika Darshana:
Scholars And Scripts, Nyaya – Vaisheka As Parallel, Schools. Padarthas And Paramanu Theory Of Vaisheshika. Self, God And Bondage And Liberation Of Nyaya.

Mimamsa Darshana:
Scholars And Scripts, Abhihitanavayavada, Anvitabhi Dhanvada Triputi Pratyakshavada And Gyatatavada.

Vedanta Darshana:
From Vedas To Vedanta. Advaitavada Of Shamkarachrya. Theory Of Bhraman Ishvara, Mayavada, Jiva, Adhyasa And Bondage And Liberation. Vishitadvaitvada Of Ramanujacharya, Ishvara, Jagata, Jiva And Bondage And Liberation. Dvaitvada Of Madhvacharya And Panchavidhabheda, Comparision Of Madhvacharya With Shamkaracharya And Ramanujacharya.

Aurbindo’s Darshana:
Evolution, Involution And Integral Yoga.

Epistemology Of Indian Philosophy:
Prama And Aprama, Pratyaksha, Anumana, Shabda, Upamana, Arthapatti And Anuplabdhi Pramanas Of Indian System. Theory Of Causation In Indian Philosophy, Satkaryavada And Asatkaryavada, Pramanyavada, Khyativada Or Theory Of Error In Indian Philosophy.