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Author: Pradyot Kumar Mukhopadhyay
Publisher: South Asia Books (December 1, 1984)
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Pradyot Kumar Mukhopadhyay, Indian Realism. A Rigorous Descriptive Metaphysics, K. P. Bagchi, Calcutta, 1984. This is an important book. It combines scholarship with philosophical thinking, and - it must be said - contributes to the development of Indian philosophy rather than being a merely faithful exposition. In this regard it is a welcome change. Most Indian authors on Vaigesika expound. 1) P. K. M. considers the Vai~esika doctrine of categories to be a 'rigorous descriptive metaphysics'. Vai~esika is a realistic system.

Home . Details for: Indian realism. By: Mukhopadhyaya, Pradyot Kumar. Material type: BookPublisher: Calcutta . Bagchi 1984Description: xxiii, 380p. Normal view MARC view ISBD view. Indian realism a rigorous descriptive metaphysics Pradyot Kumar Mukhopadhyaya. Subject(s): Philosophy Metaphysics Knowledge, Theory of MetaphysicsDDC classification: 110. Tags from this library: No tags from this library for this title.

Revisionary and descriptive metaphysics. Descriptive and Revisionary Metaphysics are activities of the latter kind, and the modelling should not be confused with either of them. Realism (GMR, for short)19 are fruitful: We have only to believe in the vast realm of possibilia, and there. we find what we need to advance our endeavours.

A Rigorous Descriptive Metaphysics. Published December 1984 by South Asia Books.

Pradyot, Kumar Mukhopadhyay. A Rigorous Descriptive Metaphysics. Oriental Book Agency: Oriental Book Agency. Randle, Herbert Niel. Indian Logic in the Early Schools. Calcutta: K. Bagchi. History of Indian Epistemology. Delhi: Munshiram Monoharlal. A Study of the Nyayadarsana in Its Relation to the Early Logic of Other Schools. London: Oxford University Press. Reprinted New Delhi, Oriental Books Reprint Corp.