By P T Raju
Исследуется сущность философии идеализма как таковой (идеализм как учение о реальности и о ценностях) и особенности идеалистической философии в Индии. Под нею автор - один из крупнейших представителей неоведантизма - понимает философию буддизма и веданты. Эти системы выступают у него опорными пунктами философской мысли Индии. П. Т. Раджу рассматривает развитие идеалистической философии в различных направлениях веданты (адвайта, двайта, учение Рамануджи, учение Бхаскары и т. д.) и буддизма (прежде всего махаянские школы - мадхъямика и виджнянавада), а также современный индийский идеализм (Ганди, Ауробиндо, Кришнамурти, Тагор, Радхакришнан).
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