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Author Freschi, Elisa.

Title Duty, language and exegesis in Prābhāk̄ara Mīmāṃsā : including an edition and translation of Rāmānujācārya's Tantrarahasya, Śāstraprameyapariccheda / by Elisa Freschi
Published LEIDEN ;; BOSTON : BRILL, 2012
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Series Jerusalem studies in religion and culture ;; v. 17
Jerusalem studies in religion and culture ;; volume 17
Contents Duty, Language and Exegesis in Prābhākara Mīmāmsā;; Copyright;; Dedication;; Contents;; Preface;; i. How to Use This Book;; i.i. Purpose of the Translation;; RĀMĀNUJĀCĀRYA AND THE TANTRARAHASYA;; 1. Author and Text;; 1.1. Rāmānujācārya;; 1.1.1. State of the Research;; 1.1.2. A Theist Mīmāmsaka;; 1.1.3. Rāmānujācārya's Dates: Internal Evidence;; 1.1.4. Rāmānujācārya's Dates: Scholars' Opinions;; 1.1.5. Rāmānujācārya's Dates: Concluding Remarks;; 1.2. The Tantrarahasya;; 1.3. Quotations in the Tantrarahasya;; 1.4. Sources;; 1.4.1. Śālikanātha and Rāmānujācārya;; 1.4.2. Pārthasārathi and Rāmānujācārya
1.5. Structure of TR IVANALYSIS OF THE CONTENT OF TR IV;; 2. Exhortation;; 2.1. Bhāvanā and Vidhi According to the Bhāttas;; 2.1.1. Current State of Research;; 2.1.2. Linguistic Background;; 2.1.3. Action and Exhortation;; 2.2. Bhātta Theories on Exhortative Expressions in TR IV;; 2.2.1. Kumārila's Departure Point (TR IV 3);; 2.2.2. Mandana (TR IV 3.1-TR IV 3.1.1);; 2.2.3. Bhātta Objections against Mandana (TR IV 3.2);; 2.2.4. Alternative Interpretation of Mandana's Theory and Its Refutation (TR IV 3.3);; 2.2.5. Is the Prescriptive Force just a Linguistic Fact (TR IV 3.4-TR IV 3.5) Kinds of Incitement (TR IV 3.17, TR TV 9.15)2.2.11. Conclusions;; 3. Exhortation and Duty;; 3.1. Prābhākara Theories on Exhortative Expressions in TR IV;; 3.2. The Sacred Texts' Loop (TR IV 9.1);; 3.3. A Possible Way Out (TR IV 9.2);; 3.3.1. The Verbal Root Conveys the Action to Be Done (TR IV 9.2);; 3.3.2. The Verbal Suffix Conveys the Apūrva (TR IV 9.3, TR IV 3.9-TR IV 3.10, TR IV 9.9);; 3.4. Reaching Duty through Metaphor (TR IV 9.3-TR IV 9.3.2;; TR IV 9.4-TR IV 9.5.1;; TR IV 9.11);; 3.4.1. What about Implication (TR IV 3.9;; TR IV 3.11-TR IV 3.12);; 3.5. Actions and Duty
2.2.6. Kumārila Bhatta on the Prescriptive Force as Linguistic Bhāvanā (TR IV 3.6-TR IV Śālikanātha's and Rāmānujācārya's Objections (TR IV 3.6-TR IV;; 2.2.7. The Bhātta-Prābhākara Debate about the Meaning of Verbal Endings (TR IV 3.8-TR IV 3.10);; 2.2.8. Further Bhāttas on Cognitions and Mnestic Traces (TR IV 3.13-TR IV 3.14);; 2.2.9. Subsumption of Mandana's View (TR IV 3.15-TR IV 3.16.2);; 2.2.10. Pārthasārathi against the Idea of a Prescriptive Force as the Exhortative Suffixes' Function (TR IV 3.17-TR IV 3.17.1)
3.5.1. Exhortative Suffixes Convey an Action to Be Done (TR IV 9.4-TR IV 9.4.9)3.5.2. An Apūrvakārya Is Recognised Even in Worldly Experience (TR IV 9.6-TR IV 9.7);; 3.5.3. Alternative Construction of the Metaphor (TR IV 9.7.1-TR IV 9.9;; TR IV 3.1;; TR IV 3.3;; TR IV 4.1);; 3.6. An Unprecedented Duty Does Not Have to Be Grasped (TR IV 9.10-TR IV 9.10.4);; 3.6.1. The Double Meaning of 'to Be Done' (TR IV 9.10.5);; 3.7. Reasons to Act (TR IV 9.12-TR IV 9.15);; 3.8. Epistemological Conclusions of 2 and 3;; 4. Hermeneutics of Sacrifice;; 4.1. Introduction
Summary The book is an introduction to key concepts of Indian Philosophy, seen from the perspective of the influential school of Pr?bh?kara M?m??s? (flourished from the 7th until the 20th c. AD). It includes the edition and translation of R?m?nuj?c?rya's??straprameyapariccheda
Bibliography Includes bibliographical references and index
Notes In English and Sanskrit
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Subject Rāmānujācārya, active 18th century. Śāstraprameyapariccheda
Rāmānujācārya, active 18th century. Tantrarahasya.
Hindu philosophy.
Form Electronic book
Author Rāmānujācārya, active 18th century. Śāstraprameyapariccheda. English
Rāmānujācārya, active 18th century. Śāstraprameyapariccheda. Sanskrit
ISBN 9004230246 (electronic bk.)
9789004230248 (electronic bk.)