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Author Brannigan, Michael C., 1948-
Title The pulse of wisdom : the philosophies of India, China, and Japan / Michael C. Brannigan.
Imprint Australia ; Belmont, CA. Wadsworth/Thomson Learning, c2000.
Edition 2nd ed.

LOCATION CALL # STATUS MESSAGE
 OTTERBEIN MAIN COLLECTION  B5005 .B73 2000    AVAILABLE  
LOCATION CALL # STATUS MESSAGE
 OTTERBEIN MAIN COLLECTION  B5005 .B73 2000    AVAILABLE  
Author Brannigan, Michael C., 1948-
Subject Philosophy, Asian.
Religion -- Philosophy.
Description xx, 396 p. ; 24 cm.
Edition 2nd ed.
Bibliography Note Includes bibliographical references (p. 383-390) and index.
Contents 1. Historical Survey -- Indian Philosophies -- Philosophical Traits -- Hindu Philosophies -- Indian Buddhism -- Chinese Philosophies -- Philosophical Traits -- Ancient Period (before 221 B.C.E.) -- Middle Period (221 B.C.E.-960 C.E.) -- Neo-Confucianism (960-1912) -- Modern Period (1912-present) -- Japanese Philosophies -- Philosophical Traits -- Period of Antiquity: Nara and Heian Schools -- Medieval Buddhism -- Tokugawa Confucianism -- Modern Period -- 2. Reality -- Indian Philosophies -- Hindu Perspectives on Reality -- Buddhist Perspectives on Reality -- Chinese Philosophies -- Basic Themes Concerning Reality -- Ancient Chinese Views of Reality -- Confucianism and Reality -- Tao as Wu: Neo-Taoism and Reality -- Chinese Buddhism and Reality -- Neo-Confucianism and Reality -- Japanese Philosophies -- Early Buddhism and Reality -- Medieval Buddhism and Reality -- Tokugawa Confucianism and Reality -- Kyoto School and Reality -- Nasadiya (Creation Hymn), from Rig Veda -- Introduction to Commentary on the Vedanta Sutras of Badarayana -- "An Examination of Relational Condition," from Madhyamika Karika -- Tao Te Ching -- "The Nature of Things" (Wu-shih), from Lun-Heng -- "On Sunyata," from Chao Lun -- "Principle (Li) and Material Force (Ch'i)," from Complete Works of Chu Hsi -- From Hsin li-hsueh (The New Rational Philosophy) -- "One Bright Jewel," from Shobogenzo -- "The Fundamental Mode of True Reality" -- "The Standpoint of Sunyata" -- 3. Self -- Indian Philosophies -- Hindu Perspectives -- Buddhist Perspectives -- Chinese Philosophies -- Chuang Tzu: "Forget the Self" -- Confucius and Tung Chung-shu -- Neo-Confucianists -- Buddhists -- Japanese Philosophies -- Shushi, Chu Hsi Neo-Confucianism -- Japanese Buddhism -- Kyoto School -- Watsuji Tetsuro: Self and Climate -- From the Chandogya Upanishad -- From the Samkhya Karika -- Commentary on Patanjali's Yoga Aphorisms -- "The Eternal and the Individual" -- "There Is No Ego," from the Milindapanha and the Visuddhi-Magga -- "Examination of Self-Nature," from Madhyamika Karika -- Trimsika-Karika (Thirty Verses) -- From Instructions for Practical Life -- From a Letter to Shu Kuo-yung -- "The Nonexistence of the Self," from The Treatise on the Establishment of the Doctrine of Consciousness-Only -- "The Issue at Hand" ("Genjokoan") from Shobogenzo -- The Phenomena of Climate -- 4. Knowledge -- Indian Philosophies -- Hindu Perspectives -- Buddhist Perspectives -- Chinese Philosophies -- Chuang Tzu -- Confucianists -- School of Names (Logicians) -- Ch'an Buddhism: No-Mind -- Wang Yang-ming: Intuitive Knowledge -- Chang Tung-sun: Culture and Knowledge -- Japanese Philosophies -- Japanese Buddhism -- Nishida Kitaro -- From the Nyayasutra / Vatsyayana -- "A Discourse on Absence," from Tattvacintamani -- "A Discourse on the Significance of Negative Particles," from Nan-vada -- Ways of Knowing -- From Nyaya-bindu (A Short Treatise of Logic) / Dharmottara -- "The Real Nature of Knowledge," from Lun-Heng -- "A Chinese Philosopher's Theory of Knowledge" -- Zen Mondo, from Dentoroku -- Zen Koan, from Mumonkan -- "Intellectual Intuition" -- 5. Ethics -- Indian Philosophies -- Hindu Perspectives on Ethics -- Buddhist Perspectives on Ethics -- Chinese Philosophies -- Ancient Schools and Ethics -- Chinese Buddhism and Fa-tsang -- Neo-Confucianism and Ethics -- Japanese Philosophies -- Japanese Buddhism -- Japanese Neo-Confucianism -- Bushido -- Nishida Kitaro and the Unifying Power of Consciousness -- Watsuji Tetsuro and Aidagara -- Bhagavadgita -- "The Spirit of Non-Violence" -- "The Fire-Sermon," from the Maha-Vagga -- "The Eightfold Path," from the Digha-Nikaya -- From The Dhammapada -- "That the Nature Is Evil" -- "Universal Love" -- "Moral Cultivation," from The Complete Works of Chu Hsi -- Letter to Ku Tung-ch'iao -- "The Art of the Mind-and-Heart," from Yamato Zokkun -- From Fudo (Climate and Culture) -- 6. Death -- Indian Philosophies -- Hindu Perspectives on Death -- Buddhist Perspectives on Death -- Chinese Philosophies -- Taoism -- Confucianism -- Mo Tzu on Death -- Chinese Buddhism -- Social Immortality -- Japanese Philosophies -- Basic Japanese Themes Concerning Death -- Japanese Buddhism and Death -- Some Japanese Customs Concerning Death -- From the Katha Upanishad -- "Questions Which Tend Not to Edification," from the Majjhima-Nikaya -- "No Continuous Personal Identity," from the Milindapanha and the Visuddhi-Magga -- "Simplicity of Funerals," from Lun Heng -- "On Time," from Chao Lun -- "Shoji" ("Birth and Death"), from Shobogenzo.
ISBN 0534551270 (alk. paper)
9780534551278 (alk. paper)
OCLC # 42765140