Selected Essays of Daya Krishna
Daya Krishna, Edited by Nalini Bhushan, Jay L. Garfield, and and Daniel Raveh
Table of Contents
Preface, Shail Mayalam
Introduction, Arindam Chakrabarti
1. Thinking vs. Thought: Strategies for Conceptual Creativity
II. Thinking about Thinking
2. Thinking Creatively about the Creative Act
3. Thinking with Causality about Causality
4. Comparative Philosophy: What it is and what it ought to be
5. Apoha and Samavaya in Kantian Perspective
6. Is Tattvam Asi the Same Type of Identity Statement as The Morning Star is the Evening Star?
7. Rasa: The Bane of Indian Aesthetics
8. Substance: The Bane of Philosophy
9. Negation - Can Philosophy ever recover from it?
10. Some Problems regarding thinking about Abhava
11. Knowledge: Whose is it? What is it? And why has it to be true?
12. Definition, Deception and the Enterprise of Knowledge
13. Madness, Reason and Truth
14. Illusion, Hallucination and the problem of Truth
15. Reality, Imagination and Truth
VIII. Indian Philosophical Reflections
16. Shockproof, Evidence-proof, Argument-proof World of Sampradayika
Scholarship of Indian Philosophy
17. Can the Analysis of Adhyasa Ever Lead to an Advaitic Conclusion?
18. Is the doctrine of Arthavada compatible with the idea of Sruti?
19. The Mimamsaka versus the Yajñika: some further problems in the interpretation of Sruti
20. Rg Veda: The Mantra, the Sukta and the Mandala or The Rsi, the Devata, the Chanda--
The Structure of the Text and the Problems regarding it
21. The Vedic Corpus and the two Sutra-Texts, concerned with it; The Mimamsa Sutra
and the Brahma Sutra
22. Did the Gopis Really Love Krishna?
23. An Alleged Anecdote Revisited: Sankara in the King's Body
XII. Free Thinking
24. Freeing Philosophy from the 'Prison-House' of 'I-Centricity'
25. Freedom, Reason, Ethics and Aesthetics
26. Eros, Nomos, Logos