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Post by Seva Lamberdar Sun Apr 30, 2017 12:36 pm

Theistic and non-theistic Hindu philosophies(by Subhash C. Sharma), Aug. 3, 2007,
http://www.geocities.ws/lamberdar/aastika_nastika.html
 
Note:   The references (1, 3-7) cited in the above blog currently use Internet site ‘geocities.ws’ (not ‘geocities.com’).Thus, for example, the blog "Inter-relatedness of Brahmanical (Vedic) philosophies” in Ref. (3) uses the updated link http://www.geocities.ws/lamberdar/brahmanical_philosophies.html 
(not http://www.geocities.com/lamberdar/brahmanical_philosophies.html). Moreover, Ref. (1) corresponds to “Gita as the multifaceted text” with Internet link http://www.geocities.ws/lamberdar/gita.html
 

: Dr. Subhash C. Sharma 
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Post by rawemotions Sun Apr 30, 2017 9:55 pm

Seva Lamberdar wrote:Theistic and non-theistic Hindu philosophies(by Subhash C. Sharma), Aug. 3, 2007,
http://www.geocities.ws/lamberdar/aastika_nastika.html
 
Note:   The references (1, 3-7) cited in the above blog currently use Internet site ‘geocities.ws’ (not ‘geocities.com’).Thus, for example, the blog "Inter-relatedness of Brahmanical (Vedic) philosophies” in Ref. (3) uses the updated link http://www.geocities.ws/lamberdar/brahmanical_philosophies.html 
(not http://www.geocities.com/lamberdar/brahmanical_philosophies.html). Moreover, Ref. (1) corresponds to “Gita as the multifaceted text” with Internet link http://www.geocities.ws/lamberdar/gita.html
 

: Dr. Subhash C. Sharma 
Sharmaji,
Good Blog. This is very important.

A suggestion. A bulleted format and a brief description under each section would make it easier to read.
Infact I would even go to the extent of a having a tabular form of comparison where the differences and similarities can be easily brought out.

In a tabular form, the sources also can be listed whether it is a particular Upanishad's or other docs

BTW, I do not see references to Vishishta Advaita of Ramanuja and Dwaita Philosophy of Madava called as 
"Tattvavada"


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Post by Seva Lamberdar Wed May 03, 2017 1:54 pm

Rawemotionsji, thanks for the visit and comments.

You certainly have a good suggestion on presenting the current text on various philosophies in tabular form. However, my initial thinking for the current format was that the reader probably might take a cursory look at this material and then only, if interested, would delve deeper into the subject. Thus, I had supplied the detailed philosophical references (including related to the roots of philosophies, in Vedas etc.) at the bottom of blog.

Incidentally, the basis for these philosophies (including the Vedanta, and even the Upanisads) is essentially the Vedas, as mentioned in Ref. 3 (http://www.geocities.ws/lamberdar/brahmanical_philosophies.html) and also in https://such.forumotion.com/t13430-the-early-vedic-hymns-on-mathematics-time-relations-and-religio-philosophy

As for the philosophies of Ramanuja and Madhva et al., these are discussed in detail under Vaishanava philosophies as a part of Vedanta (as mentioned earlier in https://such.forumotion.com/t42055-my-three-blogs-on-vedanta-schools-of-thought)

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