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Introduction to Hindu philosophy (Religion 368) Tue/Thur 6:00-9:55pm Scott Hall Rm 104 College Avenue Campus Instructor: Dr. Satyanarayana Dasa Tel: x2-3289. E-mail: [email protected] Office Hours: Thur 5:00 6:00 PM Loree 108. Course Description and Objectives: This course will attempt an overview of some of the main schools of ancient Indian thought prior to the 16 th century. Attention will be paid to some of the prominent interconnections and points of contestation amongst some of these schools. The course will utilize primary texts wherever possible. Course prerequisites: none. Course Requirement: Class attendance and participation (10% of the final grade); mid-term exam (30% of the final grade); a final cumulative exam (60% of the final grade). Required Reading Available at the Rutgers University Bookstore ( Douglass Campus) : Chatterjee, S and Datta, D. An Introduction to Indian Philosophy. Calcutta: Calcutta University press, 1984. Olivelle, Patrick. The Upanisads. Oxford: Oxford university press, 1996.
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