I= THE DOCTRINE OF RECOGNITION (PRATYABHIJNA DARSANA) PHILOSOPHICO-RELIGIOUS DOCTRINE OF KASHMIR
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Title of Thesis
THE DOCTRINE OF RECOGNITION (PRATYABHIJNA DARSANA) PHILOSOPHICO-RELIGIOUS DOCTRINE OF KASHMIR

Author(s)
R. K. Kaw
Institute/University/Department Details
University of the Punjab
Session
1943
Subject
Number of Pages
450
Keywords (Extracted from title, table of contents and abstract of thesis)
pratyabhijna darsana, philosophico-religious doctrine, kashmir, doctrines, somananda, sri utpaladeva, abhinava-gupta, saiva monism, mahesvara, saiva systems

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1 0 Contents
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2 1 Origin 1
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  1.1 Priliminary 1
  1.2 Back-Ground Of Philosophico -Religious Thought In Kashmir .
  1.3 Earlier Doctrines Surveyed In Relation To Saiva-Pratyabhijna ‚€“And Germs Of Pratyabhijna Doctrines Traced In Vedas And Upanisadas 43
  1.4 Original Contribution Of Pratyabhijna And The Distinctive Features Of Its Doctrines 54
3 2 Development
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  2.1 Development Of Saiva-Pratyabhijna Literature, And The Pioneers Of Saiva Pratyabhijna Doctrine. Somananda The Founder His Personal Account-His Philosophic Equipment And Original Contributions-2. Sri Utpaladeva , The Systematizer His Personal Account His Philosophic Equipment And Original Contributions-3. Abhinava -Gupta, The Expounder Of The System-His Per-
  2.2 Out-Line Of Saiva-Pratyabhijna Doctrine
  2.3 Materialization Of Power Of The Ultimate In A Concrete From Of Animate And Inanimate World 100
  2.4 Sabda-Vadines Doctrine Of Pasyanti Vak As The Ultimate Cause 108
  2.5 Refutation And Correction Of The Views Of The Saktas The Dualistic Saivas And The Followers Of The Yoga Philosophy According To Somananda‚€™s Doctrine. 129
  2.6 Saiva Monism ( Sarva-Sivata ) And Identity In Nature Of The Subjective And Objective Phenomena Of The World ( Sarva - * Amata ) 145
  2.7 Pratyabhijna, The Means Of Achieving The Final Emancipation 153
  2.8 Refutation Of The Theory Of Impermanence Of Perceiving Self. 169
  2.9 Powers Of Remembrance, Knowledge And Differentiation. 178
  2.10 The Supreme ***** Consciousness ( Mahesvara ) The Substratum Of Powers Of Remembrance, Knowledge And Differentiation ‚€“Lordliness ( Mahesvarya ) Of The Supreme Consciousness (The Sovereignty Of The Lord's Will ) 198
  2.11 Power Of Action ( Kriva Sakti )- Kala Sakti-Desa ‚€“ Kramabhasa Due To Murtya-Vaicitra And Kala-Kramabhasa Caused By Kriya-Vaicitrya 208
  2.12 Philosophy Of Relation. * Lurality And Unity ( Bhedabheda ) 213
  2.13 Philosophy Of Relation (Continued). Perception And Its Object ( Mana Tat Phala Meya ) 222
  2.14 Philosophy Of Causation. Nature Of Cause And Effect ( Karana And Kariya ) 236
  2.15 The Doctrine Of Tattvas . 246
  2.16 Pure And Impure Creation (Divine Hierarchy In Pratyabhijna 252
4 3 Place Of Pratyabhijna In The World Philosophy.
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  3.1 Place Of Pratyabhijna In Saiva Systems Of India , And Its Comparison With The Alien Saiva Schools.
  3.2 Place Of Pratyabhijna In The Indian Philosophy. 295
  3.3 Place Of Pratyabhijna In The Western Philosophy. 331
  3.4 Appendix
  3.5 Appendix A. The Future Of The World Philosophy In Relation To Pratyabhijna System. 365
  3.6 Appendix B. Bibliography 375
  3.7 Appendix C. Foot-Note References (Continued)
  43.8 Appendix D. Out-Line Questions **** Initially Discussed With Scholars. 381
  3.9 Appendix E. Index Of Saiva Technique.
  3.10 Index Of Doctrines Of Various Systems Referred To In The Thesis.