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The Sankhya Aphorisms of Kapila

Trubner"s Oriental Series

by Jame Ballantyne

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Published by Routledge .
Written in English


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ISBN 100415245141
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The Sánkhya Aphorisms of Kapila Résumé THE great body of Hindu Philosophy is based upon six sets of very concise Aphorisms. Without a commentary, the Aphorisms are scarcely intelligible; they being designed, not so much to communicate the doctrine of the particular school, as to aid, by the briefest possible suggestions, the memory of him to. Additional Physical Format: Online version: Kapila. Sánkhya aphorisms of Kapila. London, Trübner & Co., (OCoLC) Material Type: Internet resource.

*/ /*-->*/ BOOK V. a. The tenets of his Institute are completed. Next is begun a Fifth Book, in order to set aside the prima facie notions of others in regard to his Institute. Among those, in the first place he disposes of the objection that the Benediction implied by the expression ‘Well,’ in the first Aphorism [of Book I.], is purposeless: Aph. 1. Kapila Rishi (Sk.A great sage, a great adept of antiquity; the author of the Sankhya philosophy. Sânkhya ( system of philosophy founded by Kapila Rishi, a system of analytical metaphysics, and one of the six Darshanas or schools of philosophy. It discourses on numerical categories and the meaning of the twenty-five tatwas (the forces of nature in various degrees).

  ↑ See Ballantyne's Aphorisms of Kapila, p. ↑ Vide his Commentary on Aphorism 66 Book VI, Ballantyne's Aphorisms of Kapila, p. ↑ We of course do not deny that people may assert that the existence of God cannot be proved on rational grounds, but may yet believe in Him through Revelation. But Kapila, we have seen, denies that even. The Sāmkhya aphorisms of Kapila: with extracts from Vijána Bhiksuś Commentary, transl. by J. R. Ballantyne Volume 39 of Bibliotheca Indica: Published: Original from: the Bavarian State Library: Digitized: Sep 3, Length: pages: Export Citation: BiBTeX EndNote RefMan.


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BOOK I. Salutation to the illustrious sage, Kapila. Well, the great sage, Kapila, desirous of raising the world [from the Slough of Despond in which he found it sunk], perceiving that the knowledge of the excellence of any fruit, The Sankhya Aphorisms of Kapila book the desire [which this excites] for the fruit, is a cause of people's betaking themselves to the means [adapted to the attainment of the fruit.

"The Aphorisms of the Sankhya Philosophy, by Kapila, with Illustrative Extracts from the Commentary. Books II., III., & IV. In Sanskrit and English, Printed for the use of the Benares College, by order of Govt. (1st Edition, Copies: Price 12 annas.) Allahabad: Printed.

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The title of the abridged form runs: "The Sankhya Aphorisms of Kapila, with Extracts from Vijn na Bhiks[h]u's Commentary," &c. But this is a misrepresentation, as regards Book I., which takes up 63 pages out of the total of The expository matter in that Book is derived, very largely, from other commentators than Vijn na.

About the Book The Samkhya sntras of Kapila, with English translation by Dr. J.R. Ballantyne is the most popular work and a classic of great celebrity. It presents a systematical language and style which is very helpful to understand easily the Samkhya system of the Indian philosophy.

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