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On Proclus and His Influence in Medieval Philosophy

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Marcus Tullius Cicero was born in 106 BCE. For example, ceremonies celebrating birth, marriage, and death, performed with recitations of Vedic verses (mantras), were important for bonding within ancient Indian societies. Mahadevan, professor of philosophy at the University of Madras and the author of several books on classical Advaita Vedanta; and Sarvepalli Radhakrishnan, the former President of India, vice chancellor of Benares Hindu University (1939-1948), and chancellor of Delhi University (1953-1962), who was known for his deft comparisons between Western and Indian thought.

Pages: 208

Publisher: Brill Academic Pub (November 1991)

ISBN: 9004094296

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