The Hague: Mouton (1971)

In this volume, Bimal K. Matilal blends knowledge contained in original Sanskrit texts and modern philosophical terminology in interpreting and reconstructing early philosophical theories, highlighting the critical and analytical nature of the Indian philosophical tradition.
Keywords Knowledge, Theory of (Hinduism  Philosophy, Hindu  Semantics (Philosophy
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Reprint years 2005
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Call number B132.K6.M37
ISBN(s) 0195666585   0199460930   9997821947
DOI 10.2307/2271783
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