The Vedanta Sutras Part I: The Sacred Books Of The East Part Thirty-four

About the Author: F. Max Müller

Georgina Adelaide M ller was also an author After Max s death, she deposited his papers at the Bodleian Library, Oxford.


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  • 576 pages
  • The Vedanta Sutras Part I: The Sacred Books Of The East Part Thirty-four
  • F. Max Müller
  • English
  • 09 November 2018
  • 9781417930302

The Vedanta Sutras Part I: The Sacred Books Of The East Part Thirty-four1890 The Sacred Books Of The East Series, Comprising Fifty Volumes, Has Translations Of Key Sacred Texts Of Hinduism, Buddhism, Taoism, Confucianism, Zoroastrianism, Jainism, And Islam The Series Was Edited By The Famous Linguist Max Muller, Who Also Produced Many Of The Translations And Were The Foundational Documents For The New Discipline Known As The Comparative Science Of Religions The Vedanta Sutras With The Commentary By Sankarakarya Part I Contains Adhyaya I And II See Other Titles By This Author Available From Kessinger Publishing.

8 thoughts on “The Vedanta Sutras Part I: The Sacred Books Of The East Part Thirty-four

  1. Thomas says:

    Then, therefore, the enquiry into Brahman That is the first of the Vedanta Sutras, and in the next hundred pages or so Ramanuja explains why Sankara s understanding of Brahman as undifferentiated consciousness is wrong It s not always an easy argument to follow, but the non dualist position is not a difficult one to criticize from a Westerner s perspective, anyway What is difficult for me is to see how at the end of the day Ramanuja can still call himself a no...