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History of Indian Philosophy

@inproceedings{Frauwallner1973HistoryOI,
  title={History of Indian Philosophy},
  author={Erich Frauwallner and V. M. Bedekar and L Gabriel},
  year={1973}
}
This volume is devoted to the oldest Indian Philosophy from the begining to the end of the first millennium after Christ. It embraces the philosophy of the Veda and the epic, the Buddha and the Jina, the Sankhya and the classical Yoga system. Volume II sets forth the presentation of the nature philosopical schools. 
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