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The Aphorisms of Siva
The Aphorisms of Siva (May 1992)
The Siva Sutra with Bhaskara's Commentary, the Varttika
Mark S. G. Dyczkowski - Translated and annotated by
Paul E. Muller-Ortega - Foreword by

The Shiva Sutra was revealed to Vasugupta by Shiva in order to counter the effects of dualism. This revelation initiated the hermeneutics of syntheses and exegesis climaxed by the great Abhinavagupta. The Shiva Sutra is the most important scripture in the Trika system of Kashmir Shaivism. As a book on yoga, it explains the nature and cause of bondage and the means to liberation from bondage.

Bhaskara is in th...(Read More)
 
 
Policing in Japan
Policing in Japan (April 1992)
A Study on Making Crime
Setsuo Miyazawa - Author

An observational study of the Japanese detective.

This book is an observational study of the Japanese detective, demonstrating with extensive field data the process of criminal investigation. It is the first in-depth study of the Japanese criminal justice system at work. Utilizing Ericson’s concept of “making crime,” Setsuo Miyazawa analyzes the restraints under which Japanese detectives w...(Read More)
 
 
A Thousand Teachings
A Thousand Teachings (January 1992)
The Upadesasahasri of Sankara
Sengaku Mayeda - Editor/translator
John M. Koller - Editor/translator

This is the best introduction to Vedanta and to Sankara's philosophy. The Upadesaasahasri, or A Thousand Teachings consists of a metrical part and a prose part. In the metrical part, Sankara discusses the basic philosophical problems of non-dualism, at the same time refuting the teachings of other philosophical schools. In the prose part, he explains how to teach the way to self realization--to enlightenment.

San...(Read More)
 
 
The Tao of the Tao Te Ching
The Tao of the Tao Te Ching (January 1992)
A Translation and Commentary
Michael LaFargue - Author

"This translation and commentary takes a novel, even controversial approach to the Tao Te Ching, presenting the reader with a full-blown culturological understanding of this core Taoist classic. In its resolute attention to the detail of historical context, it is engaging, plausible, and for those close to the text, importantly revealing. LaFargue, taking full advantage of recent archaeological finds to inform his reading, is very contempor...(Read More)
 
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