A Concise Dictionary of Indian Philosophy: Sanskrit Terms by John Grimes

By John Grimes

It comprises etymological roots and the meanings of phrases primary to epistemology, metaphysics, and functional teachings of the heterodox and orthodox faculties of Indian philosophy. Cross-referncing has been supplied and numerous charts are incorporated that offer information about relationships, different types, and sourcebooks correct to the person faculties. This new and revised 3rd version provides a entire dictionary of Indian philosophical phrases, offering the phrases in either devanagari and roman transliteration besides an English translation. It deals distinctive meanings of phrases used as technical phrases inside of specific philosophical structures.

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For a clear interpretation including translation of the Diagram and Diagram Explained, see Fung Yu-lan, History of Chinese Philosophy, Vol. 2, pp. 414–451. For other translations of the Tong Shu, see Wilhelm Grube, Ein Beitrag zur Kenntniss der Chinesischen Philosophie, T’ung-shu des Ceu tsi, mit Cu-hi’s Commentare, chs. 1–9 (Adolf Halzhansen, 1880), chs. 9–20 (Leipzig: Universita¨ t, 1881), chs. 21–40, completed by Werner Eichhorn, in Asia Major, Vol. 8, 1932, pp. 23–104; P. C. Hsu¨ , Ethical Realism in Neo-Confucian Thought, Appendix, pp.

The five [ethical] principles7 of his nature are affected by, and react to, the external world and become active; good and evil are distinguished, and myriad events of conduct appear. The sage regulates himself in accordance with the mean, correctness, humanity, and righteousness,8 and maintains stillness as essential,9 thus establishing the highest standard for mankind. ”10 The superior man enjoys good fortune by cultivating moral virtues, whereas the inferior man brings upon himself bad fortune by violating them.

10. 47. 9. 48. Tong Shu, ch. 11. 49. , ch. 7. 50. , ch. 34. 51. , ch. 37. 52. , ch. 3. 53. See note 37. 54. Tong Shu, ch. 7. 55. , ch. 12. 56. , chs. 13, 17. 57. , ch. 20. 58. , chs. 24, 25. 59. , ch. 15. 60. , ch. 39. 61. , ch. 20. 62. For a brief account of the Daoist Tai-ji xian-tian zhi-tu. , Vol. 2, pp. 438–442). 63. Mencius, VIIB. , p. 497). Chapter 3 Shao Yong, 1011–1077 LIFE AND WORKS Shao Yong was born at Fan-yang, south of the present Beijing. 1 An important event occurred while Shao Yong was still a young man when he moved with his father Shao Gu to Gong-cheng in An-hui, where Li Zhi-cai2 was magistrate and a learned Confucian scholar.

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