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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

CRITIQUE OF KNOWLEDGE

 

 

REFERENCES:

 

1. Tattvarthasara, 1.

 

2. RADHAKRISHNAN(S.) : Indian Philosophy. Vol. I, p. 79.

 

3. SAKSENA (S.K) : Nature of Consciousness in Hindu Philosophy, p.16.

 

4. Ibid., p.17.

 

5. Ibid., p.17.

 

6. Visesavasyakabhasya 3525. Mananam va mannaye va anena mano Also
    Abhidhanarajendro, Vol. VI, mana, p.75.

 

7. MCDOUGALL (W) : Outlines of Psychology, 12th Ed., p.35.

 

8. WUNDT : Physiological Psychology-Introduction, p.3.

 

9. Abhidhanarajendra, Vol. VI, p.82.

 

10. BHADURI (S.) : Nyaya Vaisesika Conseption of Mind as appearing in B.C. LAW,
      Vol. II, p.38.


11. MCDOUGALL (W.) : Outline of Psychology, 12th Ed., p. 36.

 

12. Abhidhanarajendra, Vol. VI, p.83.

 

13. Nandisutra, p.24.

 

14. Tattvarthasutra, Ch. II, Sutra, 21.

 

15. Maiti Upanisad, Ch. VI, p.30, as quoted by R.D. RANADE in Constructive Survey of
      Upanisadic Philosophy, p. 118, (1926).

 

 16. WUNDT : Physiological Psychology, tr. by TITCHNER, Introduction, p. 3.

 

17. Abhidhdnarajendru, Vol. Vl, p. 74.

 

18. Visesavasyakabhasya 3525 ; A. Ma.; and Abhidhanarajendra Vol. VI, p. 4,
     Commentary: tad yogyair mananayogyair manovarganavhyo frhitair anatah pudglair
     nirvrtitam tad dravyamano vhanyate.

 

19. Gommatasara : Jiva-kanda. Verse 443.

 

20. BROAD (C.D.) : Mind and its Place in Nature, Ch, XIII, and XIV Section E.

 

21. Also Proceedings of the Aristoelian Society, 1926. Symposium : Is mind a compound substance? Views of Dr. HIKKE quoted.

 

22. RHYS DAVIDS (Mrs.) : Buddhist Psychology. Ch. Mind, p. 21.

 

23. MCDOUGALL (W.) : Outline of Psychology, 12th Ed., p. 42.

 

24. Abhidhanarnjendra, Vol. VI, p. 82 and Sthananga I, 6. ege deva-sura-manussanan
     tamsi samayamsi.

 

25. Tattvarthasutra, Ch. II, Sutra 11.

 

26. BHADURI (S.): Nyaya Vaisesika Conception of Mind as appearing in B.C Law Volume.

 

27. Abhidhanarajendra, VI, p.75 : Sarvagrahana-prasamgatah api tat asamgatam.

 

28. MCDOUGALL (w.) : Outline of Psychology, 12th Ed., pp. 35-36.

 

29. DEUSSEN : Philosophy of the Upanisad, 58, Maitri Upanisad, 2-6.

 

30. Gommatasara 444, no-indriyatti snna tassa have sesainsiyanam va vattattavhavado.

 

31. Pramanamimamsa 24 and Vrtti,

 

32. Tattvarthasutra II, 21 and Pramanamimamsa-vrittsrutamiti-hi visa yina visayasya
      nirdesah.

 

33. Abhidhanarajendra, Vol. VI, Manas p. 76 : karanattanao kimtu karanm dvidha vhavati-
     sariragatam antahkaranam tadbahir bhutam bahya-karanam ca tatredam dravyamano
     ntahkar anamevatanah.

 

34. Dravyasamgraha, Verse 3, niccaya-nayado du cedanan jassa.

 

35. Aitareya Aranyaka, 2.3.2.

 

36. As quoted by SAKSENA (S.K.) in Nature of Conciousness in Hindu, Philosophy, p.24.

 

37. STOUT (G.F.) : Manual of Psychology, 4th ED., p. 106.

 

38. Pancastikayasara, 38.

 

39. Op. cit. 29.

 

40. RANADE (R>D>) : Consturctive Survey of Upanisadies Philosophy-Chapter on
     Psychology.

 

41. RADHAKRISHNAN(S.) Indian Philosophy, Vol. I, p.400.

 

42. RHYS DAVIDS (Mrs.) The Birth of Indian Philosophy, p.6 (1936).

 

43. Chandogyopanisad VII. 5-1 : Maitreya Upanisad VI. 39.

 

44. SAKSENA (s.k.): Nature of Conciousness in Hindu Philosophy, Ch. V.

 

45. Brhadaranyakopanisad, 2,4.14.

 

46. Prasnopanisad, 6, 5.

 

47. Kathopanisad, 3, 12.

 

48. Ganadharavada, Ch. I.

 

49. JAMES (William) : Principles of Psychology, Chap. X.

 

50. WARD (James) : Psychological Principals, p. 380 (1920).

 

51. TATLA (N.) : Studies in Jaina Philosophy, p. 27.

 

52. Visesavasyakabhasya, 121.

 

53. Sthanangasutra, II, 1.7.

 

54. Tattvarthasutra, I, 9-12. Anuyagadvara Sutra, p. 194.  Nandisutra 4

 

55. Ibid. 32 ; Paneastikayasara.

 

56. Pramanamimamsa, I. 1. 29, and its commentary.

 

57. Theaetetus, 16 b.

 

58. Tattvdrthasdtra, 1.14.

 

59. Tattvartha-Tikh, 1.14.

 

60. Pramanamimamsa, 21 and commentary.