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43 black & white illustrations, 1 black & white tables, 28 black & white halftones, 15 black & white line drawings
Table Of Contents
1. Introduction 2. The Encounter 3. Gooeala as a 'Jaina' Teacher 4. Souls and Colours 5. Divination and Foretelling the Future 6. Common Set of Early Scriptures 7. Common Cosmology 8. Gooeala's First Teaching and Vardhamana's First Ascetic Experiences 9. The Finalities, Death and Sallekhana 10. Drinkables, Undrinkables and the Waters of the Samanna-phala-sutta 11. Ajivikas, Pottery and Pots 12. Determinism, Ajivikas and Jainism 13. Early Anekanta-vada and the Three Figures 14. Ajivikas, Trairaoeikas, Jainas 15. The beginnings of the Sapta-bhaogi 16. Early Epistemological Devices and the Beginnings of Jaina Logic 17. The Anekanta-vada and the Ajivikas 18. Traces of the Anekanta in Pali Buddhist Literature? 19. A Religious Centre and the Art of the Ajivikas 20. Three traditions: Paroeva, Gooeala, Mahavira
Piotr Balcerowicz is Professor of Indian Philosophy and Oriental Studies (Indology) at the University of Warsaw, Poland. He specialises in philosophical traditions of Asia and the West, with emphasis on Indian epistemology and non-Brahmanic philosophical schools.