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The Title "Schopenhauer and Indian Philosophy A Dialogue between India and Germany" is written by Arati Barua. This book was published in the year 2008. The ISBN number 8172112432|9788172112431 is assigned to the Hardback version of this title. This book has total of pp. xiv + [ii] + 312 (Pages). The publisher of this title is Northern Book Center. We have about 398 other great books from this publisher. Schopenhauer and Indian Philosophy A Dialogue between India and Germany is currently Not Available with us.You can enquire about this book and we will let you know the availability.
It is hoped that this Book will recreate an interest in Schopenhauer's philosophy in India and abroad with a new perspective. There is a recent revival of Schopenhauerism or at least a rediscovery of certain very original and fundamental ideas of Schopenhauer in the contemporary academic world.
Schopenhauer has been rightly described as a 'bridge' between Western and Indian philosophy. In this regard Prof Kossler (President of Schopenhauer Gesellschaft) writes, "I think in his (Schopenhauer's) thinking lies a way of bridging cultural differences but that requires a thorough investigation of the Relations between the two, which can only be carried out in co-operation with scientists of both cultures". Hence, this kind of research-oriented volume will further Foster mutual understanding between the Eastern and Western philosophical traditions.
Indian philosophy already owes so much to Schopenhauer in the sense that he paid homage to the Vedas, Upanisads and Buddhism. Hence, the significance of the book would have to be judged in terms of a tribute to Schopenhauer. It will be an honour to the memory of Schopenhauer, one of the first Western thinkers who brought recognition to Indian Philosophy in the west.
The most important aspect of the book is that the list of paper-contributors is composed of an international team which includes selected Schopenhauerian scholars from Australia, Japan, USA, Canada, Germany and India who are working on this theme for a long time. But the significance is that the serious research works of these international scholars will be combined for the first time in one single book. Its specialty lies in the fact that the Indian scholars are participating in a large number in this book.
Arati Barua is Reader in the Department of Philosophy, Deshbandhu College, University of Delhi, New Delhi. She is the Founder Director of the Indian Division of the Schopenhauer Society (IDSS). Besides being a member of various academic Societies such as Schopenhauer Gesellschaft, Germany, North American division of Schopenhauer Society, USA and Indian Association for Canadian Studies, India etc., she is also a member of the scientific advisory board of the Schopenhauer Jahrbuch, Germany. She was awarded a DFG Fellowship by the German Research Foundation, Germany, for her collaborative research project on 'Schopenhauer and Sankara' at the Schopenhauer Research Center, University of Mainz, Germany in 2006 and earlier a Faculty Research Fellowship of SICI (Shastri Indo-Canadian Institute) in 2003 for her project on 'Grant and Gandhi' at the University of Guelph, Canada.
To her credit she has a book, The Philosophy of Arthur Schopenhauer (Intellectual Publishing, New Delhi, 1992). She has published research articles in reputed journals (national and international) of philosophy and her wide research interests range from the philosophy of Schopenhauer and Sankara to Michael Krausz, George Grant to Mahatma Gandhi. She participated in various national and International Conferences.
I. SCHOPENHAUER AND INDIAN THOUGHT :
1. Efflorescence of Vedanta and Buddhism in the Works and Thoughts of Arthur Schopenhauer/S.R. Bhatt
2. Schopenhauer's Initial Encounter with Indian Thought/Urs App
3. Schopenhauer in the Context of the 'Oriental Renaissance'/Stephen Cross
4. Elements of Schopenhauer's Reception by Western Indologists and Comparativists/Stephan Atzert
5. A Question of Influence : Schopenhauer, Early Indian Thought and A Critique of Some Proposed Conditions of Influence/Douglas L. Berger
II. SCHOPENHAUER AND VEDANTA :
1. Schopenhauer's Metaphysics of Human Existence, Time and the World : Towards a Vedantic Interpretation/R.C. Pradhan
2. Schopenhauer's Concept of Will and the Veil of Maya/Indu Sarin
3. The Problem of Will-intellect Relationship in Schopenhauer's Philosophy : A Solution from Sankara's Advaita Vedanta/Arati Barua
III. SCHOPENHAUER AND BUDDHISM :
1. Esoteric and Exoteric Buddhism in Arthur Schopenhauer"s View/Michael Gerhard
2. Schopenhauer, Buddha and Kamadamana : The problem of Suffering and Redemption in Thomas Mann's Novel "The Transposed Heads"/Thomas Regehly
3. Suffering and Nirvana in Schopenhauer's Trans-cultural Philosophy/R. Raj Singh
4. Pessimistic Society versus Pessimistic Religion : Schopenhauer and Buddhism/Yasuo Kamata
IV. SCHOPENHAUER AND NYAYA-VAISESIKA :
1. The Inference from Effect to Cause Due to the Nyaya-vaisesika-Tradition and Schopenhauer's Philosophy/Eberhard Guhe
V. SCHOPENHAUER AND TAGORE :
1. Schopenhauer and Tagore on Will : A Parallel Study/Sitansu Ray
VI. SOME REFLECTIONS ON SCHOPENHAUER'S PHILOSOPHY :
1. Knowledge, Freedom and Language : Schopenhauer/D.P. Chattopadhyaya
2. Philosophy and Religion in Schopenhauer/Matthias Kossler