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  1. N. K. Devaraja (1993). The Limits of Disagreement: An Essay on Reasoning in Humanistic Disciplines. Indian Institute of Advanced Study.
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  2. N. K. Devaraja (ed.) (1989). Philosophy and Religion. Indian Institute of Advanced Study in Association with Indus Pub. Co..
     
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  3. N. K. Devaraja (1988). Freedom, Creativity, and Value: A Humanist View of Man and His World. Indus Pub. Co..
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  4. N. K. Devaraja (1988). Humanism in Indian Thought. Indus Pub. Co..
     
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  5. N. K. Devaraja (1985). Towards a Theory of Person and Other Essays. Chugh Publications.
     
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  6. N. K. Devaraja (1981). The Spirit of Reformative Synthesis in Swaminarayan's Teachings. In Sahajānanda (ed.), New Dimensions in Vedanta Philosophy. Bochasanwasi Shri Aksharpurushottam Sanstha. 1.
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  7. N. K. Devaraja (1976). What is Living and What is Dead in Traditional Indian Philosophy. Philosophy East and West 26 (4):427-442.
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  8. N. K. Devaraja (ed.) (1975). Indian Philosophy Today. Macmillan Co. Of India.
     
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  9. N. K. Devaraja (1975). Is the Meeting of Religions Possible? Journal of Dharma 1:30-39.
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  10. N. K. Devaraja (1974). Philosophy, Religion, and Culture. Delhi,Motilal Banarsidass.
     
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  11. N. K. Devaraja (1970). Contemporary Relevance of Advaita Vedānta. Philosophy East and West 20 (2):129-136.
    Advaita vedanta a great tradition in metaphysical-Religious thought offers connected solutions of important logico-Epistemological and ethico-Religious problems. Its key concept is atman defined as pure awareness and identified with ultimate spiritual reality brahman. Metaphysically atman is light of awareness constituting core of experience. Ideal investigator as also religious saint approximates to the state of pure spectator or detached observer. Vedanta upholds ideal of jivanmukti making spiritual fulfillment amenable to verification and control in terms of actual lived experience.
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  12. N. K. Devaraja (1967). Philosophy and Comparative Philosophy. Philosophy East and West 17 (1/4):51-59.
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  13. N. K. Devaraja (1963). The Philosophy of Culture: An Introduction to Creative Humanism. Kitab Mahal.
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  14. N. K. Devaraja (1962). An Introduction to Śaȧnkara's Theory of Knowledge. Delhi, Motilal Banarsi Dass.
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  15. N. K. Devaraja (1959). Notes Towards a Definition of Philosophy. Journal of Philosophy 56 (7):319-327.
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