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Is ancient indian philosophy outdated?

I find it sad to see a question like this asked in this way. Are Plato & Aristotle 'outdated'? Of course. Are they important influences on the whole tradition after them? Also, of course. Adi ...
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Is 'illusion' as viewed in indian philosophy founded on more fundamental concepts or experiences?

In Western critical theory (the current evolute of the post-modernist/post-structuralist type thinking), they often harp on the idea of a 'language world': a superimposition of human language and ...
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Idealism and Brain Lesion Research

There are a range of views called "idealism". The most common in philosophy thru the early 1900s was phenomenalism -- that phenomenal experience was what we really knew, and any inferred ...
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Is ancient indian philosophy outdated?

I don't know much about Indian philosophers, but if they follow a plan/path of logic I don't see why they would be ignored. They might not be in fashion now, in your area, but we could learn something ...
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Schopenhauer and Maya

The concept of Maya (Cosmic delusion ) is dominant in Indian Philosophy. Not only Arthur Schopenhauer was influenced by Upanishads but also Schrodinger , Wigner. The concept of maya is seen in many ...
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Schopenhauer and Maya

Maya means space, time and causality. When you go to bed, your partner sees your body, in her world she calls it 'asleep', she says you are asleep. But you are not asleep. You are in another space, ...
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