Author: Robert A Mcdermott
ISBN/UPC (if available): 8172242344
The writings of Sarvepalli Radhakrishnan constitute one of the best possible introductions to Indian thought and culture. This volume presents for the first time in paperback, the best of Radhakrishnan's writings.
The work of Radhakrishnan has been the most important single factor in the genesis and development of Indian and Western comparative studies. This volume contains a representative selection of his most significant writings.
The Editor's Introduction, in five sections, corresponding to each section of the book, explains the aims, key concepts, and major presuppositions of Radhakrishnan's thought. The selections have been drawn from volumes hat are not readily available to the nonspecialist in Indian studies. Each essay and chapter is reprinted in its entirety.