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From Early Vedanta to Kashmir Shaivism
From Early Vedanta to Kashmir Shaivism (July 1995)
Gaudapada, Bhartrhari, and Abhinavagupta
Natalia Isayeva - Author

This book clarifies the relationship between God and the creation for Gaudapada, Bhartrhari, and Shankara, and by doing so, demonstrates a major continuity of thought from Gaudapada through Bhartrhari to Abhinavagupta and Kashmir Shaivism.
This book deals with one of the most interesting periods in the development of Indian religious and philosophical traditions. Starting with the teaching of the proto-vedantist philosopher Gaudapada, an...(Read More)
Shankara and Indian Philosophy
Shankara and Indian Philosophy (January 1993)
Natalia Isayeva - Author

According to Advaita-Vedanta, God or Brahman is identical with the inner self (the Atman) of each person, while the rest of the world is nothing but objective illusion (maya). Shankara maintains that there are two primary levels of existence and knowledge: the higher knowledge that is Brahman itself, and the relative, limited knowledge, regarded as the very texture of the universe. Consequently, the task of a human being is to reach the absolute u...(Read More)
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