Radhakrishnan: A Religious Biography
SUNY Press, 01/01/1987 - 189 من الصفحات
It is the thought of Sarvepalli Radhakrishnan that is most often presented in the West as "Hinduism." He was a remarkable man. In addition to having been President of India while Nehru was Prime Minister, and the Indian Ambassador to the Soviet Union, he held the Spaulding Chair of Comparative Religion and Ethics at Oxford University. And he continues to be a culture hero of India.
Radhakrishnan's thought developed in the context of his full life. Robert Minor places his thought in that context. His book traces the influences on him and the growth of his thought from his birth in Tirutani to his retirement to Madras.
The book contains a complete bibliography of Radhakrishnan's writings and of the secondary literature.
ما يقوله الناس - كتابة مراجعة
لم نعثر على أي مراجعات في الأماكن المعتادة.
Chapter Two The Budding Philosopher
Chapter Three Vedanta as Interpreter
Chapter Four Hinduism and Philosophy
Chapter Five Universities as the Means
Chapter Six Religion in an Age of Crisis
Chapter Seven Interpreter of the New Republic
Chapter Eight In Office with Nehru 202
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