The clear and sustained arguments are accompanied by elucidating examples, making this an ideal introductory text for students and teachers of Indian philosophy. The book's lucid, conversational style will also appeal to general readers seeking to acquaint themselves with the foundations and development of Indian philosophical thought.
About the Author:
J.N. Mohanty is Professor of Philosophy at Temple University, Philadelphia, and Woodruff Professor of Philosophy and Asian Studies at Emory University, Georgia, USA. His many books include Reason and Tradition in Indian Philosophy (1992) and The Self and its Other: Philosophical Essays(2000).