Past and present philosophy in India.
Description: past and present philosophy in India.
Sites in this category should either serve as general resource sites for Indian philosophy, or seek to answer the question of what Indian philosophy is.
As a rule, sites should be listed in regional/national categories of Philosophy only
if that is the only plausible place to list them. Sites which pertain to a specific Indian thinker should be sent to Philosophers
, and sites which pertain to a specific movement should be sent to the appropriate category. Double listing should be reserved for exceptional
Indian theory of taste, rasa-vada, theory of dance and music. Contemporary philosophy of arts and culture.
Indian theories of Man and Cosmos.
Indian Theory of knowlegde, presentationism and representationism, pramana-vada, truth and validity (pramanya).
Sites that are dealing with Indian epistemology should be listed here, for instance, sites or resources on the instruments of cognition from a general point of view.
Indian theory of inference, both Hindu and Buddhist. Jaina syadvada and anekanta logic is also included here.
Categories (tattvas) and their different classifications in Indian philosophy.
Sites that are dealing with Indian categoriology should be listed here, for instance, sites or resources on the comprehension of Time in the history of Indian philosophy. If the site is dedicated to the Time representations in one particular school only, then it should be listed under that particular school.
Indian theory and phenomenology of perception, feelings and emotions, motivation and analysis of sense data.
Individual schools of Indian philosophy, both astika and nastika, othodox and unorthodox.
The philosophy of Jaimini and Sabara, Gaudpada, Sankara, Ramanuja, Nimbarka, and Madhva. Philosophical ideas in the Vedas and Upanisads.