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Puspika 2

Ciotti, Giovanni [u.a.] [Hrsg.]
Puṣpikā : Tracing Ancient India Through Texts and Traditions ; Contributions to Current Research in Indology / ed. by Giovanni Ciotti ; Alastair Gornall ; Paolo Visigalli. - Volume 2. - Oxford : Oxbow Books, 2014. - 224 S.
ISBN 9781782974154
£ 28,00
DDC: 491.2

Puṣpikā 2 is the outcome of the second International Indology Graduate Research Symposium and presents the results of recent research by young scholars into pre-modern South Asian cultures with papers covering a variety of topics related to the intellectual traditions of the region. Focusing on textual sources in the languages in which they were composed, different disciplinary perceptions are offered on intellectual history, linguistics, philosophy, literary criticism and religious studies. [Verlagsinformation]

Aus dem Inhalt
1. Simon Brodbeck:
Refuge and Reform: Snakes, Gleaners and Nisadas in Early Kāvya
2. Giovanni Ciotti:
Like a Howling Piśāca: A Note on the Pronunciation of the Ṛgvedasaṃhitā
3. Elisa Freschi:
Does the Subject Have Desires? The Ātman in Prābhākara Mīmāṃsā
4. Alastair Gornall:
Kārakas in Cāndra Grammar: An Interpretation from the Pāli Buddhist Śāstras
5. Robert Leach:
The Three Jewels and the Formation of the Pāñcarātra Canon
6. Daniel Stender:
Preliminary Survey of Sanskrit Manuscripts of the Bodhicaryāvatāra
7. Malgorzata Sulich-Cowley:
Asiddha vs. Asiddhavat in Patañjali’s Mahābhaṣya
8. Paolo Visigalli:
Continuity and Change in Chāndogya Upaniṣad 6.1-4

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