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The Philosophy of Sarvepalli Radhakrishnan

(Volume VIII, 1952)

Sarvepalli Radhakrishnan, colleague of Gandhi, Nehru and Tagore, former Ambassador to the Soviet Union and now Vice-President of India, is regarded as the greatest living thinker of the East; the ablest representative of its rich philosophic tradition and its leading spokesman for a reconciliation of Eastern and Western spiritual values.

In this volume, twenty-three world-renowned scholars have contributed a series of brilliant critical essays covering every aspect of Radhakrishnan's thought; his contributions to social philosophy and political philosophy, to modern religion and mysticism, to his influence on contemporary Hinduism, and his place in the main currents of twentieth century philosophy. http://www.opencourtbooks.com/books_n/philosophy_radhakrishnan.htm

Table of Contents

Sarvepalli Radhakrishnan: The Religion of the Spirit and the World's Need (Fragments of a Confession)

Sarvepalli Radhakrishnan

(Replies follow essays)

George P. CongerRadhakrishnan's World 
Bernard PhillipsRadhakrishnan's Critique of Naturalism 
Robert W. BrowningReason and Intuition in Radhakrishnan's Philosophy 
Charles A. MooreMetaphysics and Ethics in Radhakrishnan's Philosophy 
Charles HartshorneRadhakrishnan on Mind, Matter, and God 
W. Ralph IngeRadhakrishnan and the Religion of the Spirit 
A.N. MarlowSpiritual Religion and the Philosophy of Radhakrishnan 
Lawrence HydeRadhakrishnan's Contribution to Universal Religion 
Clement C.J. WebbTheism and Absolutism in Radhakrishnan's Philosophy 
Edgar Sheffield BrightmanRadhakrishnan and Mysticism 
K.J. SpaldingMystical Religion and the Mysticism of Radhakrishnan 
Joachim WachRadhakrishnan and the Comparative Study of Religion 
Swami Agehananda BharatiRadhakrishnan and the Other Vedanta 
S.K. ChatterjiDynamic Hinduism and Radhakrishnan 
P.T. RajuRadhakrishnan's Influence on Indian Thought 
M.N. RoyRadhakrishnan in the Perspective of Indian Philosophy 
T.R.V. MurtiRadhakrishnan and Buddhism 
Edgar L. HinmanRadhakrishnan and the Sung Confucianism 
F.S.C. NorthropRadhakrishnan's Conception of the Relation Between Eastern and Western Cultural Values 
D.M. DattaRadhakrishnan and Comparative Philosophy 
Humayun KabirRadhakrishnan's Political Philosophy 
B.K. MallikRadhakrishnan and Philosophy of the State and Community 
A.R. WadiaThe Social Philosophy of Radhakrishnan
Sarvepalli Radhakrishnan: Reply to Critics
Bibliography of the Writings of Sarvepalli Radhakrishnan (To March 1952)