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Philosophies of India
by Heinrich Zimmer; edited by Joseph Campbell

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Table of Contents

Note: I have omitted some of the scholarly apparatus from this table of contents, such as Acknowledgements, the Index, etc.

Editor's Foreword

PART I. THE HIGHEST GOOD

I. THE MEETING OF EAST AND WEST

1. The Roar of Awakening
2. The Steely Barb
3. The Claims of Science
4. The Four Aims of Life
5. Release and Progress

II. THE FOUNDATIONS OF INDIAN PHILOSOPHY

1. Philosophy as a Way of Life
2. the Qualified Pupil
3. Philosophy as Power
4. "The Dying round the Holy Power"
5. Brahman

PART II. THE PHILOSOPHIES OF TIME

I. THE PHILOSOPHY OF SUCCESS

1. The World at War
2. The Tyrant State
3. Valor against Time
4. The Function of Treachery
5. Political Geometry
6. The Seven Ways to Approach a Neighbor
7. The Universal King

II. THE PHILOSOPHY OF PLEASURE

III. THE PHILOSOPHY OF DUTY

1. Caste and the Four Life-Stages
2. Satya
3. Satyagraha
4. The Palace of Wisdom

PART III. THE PHILOSOPHIES OF ETERNITY

I. JAINISM

1. Parsva
2. Jaina Images
3. The Makers of the Crossing
4. The Qualities of Matter
5. The Mask of the Personality
6. The Cosmic Man
7. The Jaina Doctrine of Bondage
8. The Jaina Doctrine of Release
9. The Doctrine of Maskarin Gosala
10. Man against Nature

II. SANKHYA AND YOGA

1. Kapila and Patanjali
2. Introvert-Concentration
3. The Hindrances
4. Integrity and Integration
5. Sankhya Psychology

III. BRAHMANISM

1. Veda
2. Upanisad
3. Bhagavad Gita
4. Vedanta

IV. BUDDHISM

1. Buddhahood
2. The Great Buddhist Kings
3. Hinayana and Mahayana
4. The Way of the Bodhisattva
5. The Great Delight

V. TANTRA

1. Who seeks Nirvana?
2. The Lamb, The Hero, and the Man-God
3. All the Gods within Us

APPENDIX A: The Six Systems

APPENDIX B: Historical Summary


Contents (C) 2006 James Baquet
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