Indic Visions in an Age of Science

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V. V. Raman’s magnum opus. In ten succinct chapters, he traces the development of Indian religion and philosophy from its distant origins to its most recent evolutions in an age of science. Comprehensive, scholarly, and eminently readable.

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In the present age, all cultures and civilizations are seeking to re-affirm their individuality and integrity. 

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Some have argued that ancient Indian civilization was sophisticated, not just in mysticism and metaphysics, but in technology as well. 

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The Vedic thinkers already distinguished between what we come to know through our senses (pratyaksha) and the knowledge that is remote from the senses (proksha).

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More perhaps than in any other field, Indic thinkers investigated and reflected upon mind and consciousness.

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In recent decades, the number of scientifically informed investigators exploring the legacy of India's scientific thought has been steadily growing, both within India and beyond.

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