Modern Indian Responses to Religious Pluralism

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Harold Coward
SUNY Press, 30 okt. 1987 - 340 pagina's
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The study of modern Indian responses to the challenge of pluralism reveals the outcome of 2500 years of experience in this “living laboratory” of religious encounter, and offers wisdom to the modern West in its relatively recent encounter with this challenge. A remarkable team of scholars joins forces in this book to examine how religious pluralism actually functions in India. It focuses on both the responses from within Hinduism and of other religions in India, with chapters on Parsis, Indian Islam, Indian Christianity, Sikhism, and Tibetan Buddhism.
 

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GANDHI AND RELIGIOUS PLURALISM
3
THE RESPONSE OF THE BRAHMO SAMAJ
19
THE RESPONSE OF THE ARYA SAMAJ
39
THE RESPONSE OF THE RAMAKRISHNA MISSION
65
THE RESPONSE OF SRI AUROBINDO AND THE MOTHER
85
THE RESPONSE OF SWAMI BHAKTIVEDANTA
105
THE RESPONSE OF MODERN VAISNAVISM
129
SAIVA SIDDHANTA AND RELIGIOUS PLURALISM
151
RESPONSES FROM OTHER RELIGIONS WITHIN INDIA
193
PARSI ATTITUDES TO RELIGIOUS PLURALISM
195
MODERN INDIAN MUSLIM RESPONSES
235
THE SIKH RESPONSE
269
A MODERN INDIAN CHRISTIAN RESPONSE
291
THE RESPONSE OF THE DALAI LAMA AND THE TIBETAN COMMUNITY IN THE INDIAN EXILE
315
CONTRIBUTORS
329
INDEX
333

INDIAS PHILOSOPHICAL RESPONSE TO RELIGIOUS PLURALISM
171

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Over de auteur (1987)

Harold G. Coward is Professor of Religious Studies and Director of Religious Studies and Director of the Humanities Institute at the University of Calgary. In addition to Jung and Eastern Thought (1985), also published by SUNY Press, Coward's books include Bhartrhari (1976), Sphota Theory of Language (1980), Studies in Indian Thought (1983), and Pluralism: Challenge to World Religions (1985).

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