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Jivaraja Jaina Granthmala, No. 20

General Editorial
Preface to The First Edition
Preface to The Second Edition
Synoptic Philosophy
  Approach to Reality
  The Jaina Theory of the Soul
  Critique of Knowledge
  The Doctrine of Karma in Jaina Philosophy
  The Pathway to Perfection
  In this Our Life
  Men and Gods

APPROACH TO REALITY

 

 

In our political life, Pancasila, as our late Prime Mini.  ster has pointed out, is the panacea for the ills of our day life. And Pancaslla expresses the spirit of Anekanta


REFERENCES:

 

1. Tattvarthsutra. 1.

 

2. PADMARAJIAH (Y. J.): Jaina Theory of Reality and Knowledge.

   Jaina Sahitya Vikasa Mandsla, Bombay) (1963) p. 274.

 

3. MOOKERJEE,: The ,Jaina Philosophy of Non-absolutism (Bharati Mahavidyalaya) (1944)
    p. 70.

 

4. Sanmati Tarka : edited with introduction by Pandit SKHALALJI SANGHVI and Pandit
    DOSHI.

 

5. Pramanaminmamsa of Hemacandra : (Singhi Jaina Granthamala 1939) p. F. n. 3.

 

6. Digha Nikaya Potthapada Sutta. 9 and Majjhima Nikaya, Sutta 99.

 

7. Syadvada Manjari edited by Prof. A. B Dhruva, Introduction.

 

8. Bhagavati Sutra, VIII. 7, 495, snd Bhagadati Sutta VII, 2, 273.

 

9. HIR1YANNA (M.): Outlines of Indian Philosophy (Allen Unwin) 1931 P. 212.

 

10. Prameya-kamala-martanda : Prabhacandra ed. 1948, pp, 563 and 642 .

 

11. PADMARAJIAH (Y. J.). Jaina. Theories of Reality and Knowledge p. 283.

 

12. PADMARAJIAH (Y. J.): Jaina Theories of Reaiity and Knowledge,.p.86.

 

13. Ibid, P, 303,

 

14. UPADHYE (A. N.): Ptauacanasara of Ktsndhkundacarya, ed.  (Bombay) 1935.
      Introduction.

 

15. Prameyakamalamartanda of Prabhacandra, anirakrtapratipaksavastavasamgrahi
      jnaturabhipraya nayah!"

 

16. PADMARAJIAH (Y. J.) Jaina Theory of Reality and Knowledge, pp. 325.

 

17. Tatvartha dhigama-sutra, 1, 34 35.

 

18. Sanmati Tarka, Ch. 1, verse 3, 4. Compare Visesauasyaka Bhdsyo, .gatha 75.

 

19. Pramana tattualokalankara, Vadidevs Silri. VII, 17 and 18 Also refers to
     Syadvadaratnakara of the same suthor.

 

20. PADMARAJIAH (Y.J). : Jaina Theories of Reality and Knowledge, p. 315.

 

21. DASGUPTA (S): History of Indian Philosophy, 1921, Vol. I, p.  181.

 

22. Nyayakunumudacandra: (Bom. 1935), NO. 655, syadastiyadi saptabhengamayo vadati.

 

23. PADMARAJIAH (Y. J.); Jaina Theories of Reality and Knowledge p. 315.

 

24. Syadvadamanjari, (ed. DHRUVA) 1933, p. 142-43.

 

25. HIRIYANNA (M) : Outlines of Indian Philosophy (Allen Unwin) 1931, p. 163.

 

26. PADMARAJIAH (Y.J) : Jaina Theories of Reality and Knowledge p. 338.

 

27. PADMARJIAH (Y. J.): Jaina Theories of Reality and Knowledge, 338,

 

28. Satkari MUKEEJI : Jaina Philosophy Non-Absolutism, Ch.  VI

 

29. Majjhima Nikaya, Sutta 99, digha Nikaya, Sutta 9.

 

30. K.C BHATTACHARYA : The Jaina Theory of Anekanta Vada, p.  13.

 

31. Satkari MUKERJI: Jaina Philosophy of Non-absolutism, p.  166.

 

32. PADMARAJIAH (Y. J.): The Jaina Theory of Reality and Knowledge 348-55.+

 

33. BHATTACHARYA (K.C) : The Jaina Theory of Anekantavada, p.  14.

 

34. "The Undercurrents of Jainism" (an article in the Indian Philosophical Review, Vol. I,
      No. 1, 1947, edited by A.C WIDGERY and R. D. RANADE, Bombay), p. 33.

 

35. HIRIYANNA (M.) The Essentials of Indian Philosophy, (Allen and Unwin) 1949, p. 69.

 

36. RADHAKRISHNAN(S) : Indian Philosophy, Vol. I, p. 304.

 

37. Samkara's Bhasya on Vedanta Sutra, ii, 33; Ramanuja's Bhasya on Vedanta Sutra,
      ii, 2, 31.

 

38. Brahamasutra of Badarayana, BELVALKAR'S edition (1931) Notes.

 

39. RADHAKRISHNA (S.) : Indian Philosophy, Vol. I (Allen and Unwin) 1931, p. 305.

 

40. RADHAKRISHNAN(S.) : Indian Philosophy, Vol. I (Allen and Unwin) 1931, p. 304.

 

41. WHITEHEAD (A.N.) Process and Reality, Part II, Ch. X, Sect. I.

 

42. WHITEHEAD (A.N.) : Process and Reality (1929) Part I, Ch.I, sect.I.

 

43. Ibid. Sect. IV.

 

44. Marshall Margaret WILEY; Visvabharati Quartorly, Calcutta Vol. No. XXYIII-2, 1962-63, pp. 116-138.