PHL238H5 • Introduction to South Asian Philosophy

An introduction to the main philosophical traditions of South Asia, focusing on their historical development and treatment of topics such as devotion, duty, ethics, consciousness, selfhood, suffering, meditation, enlightenment, knowledge, and reality. Readings may include the early Rig Veda, the Upanishads, early Buddhist thought, Jainism, Samkhya-Yoga Philosophy, and Classical Vedanta, among others.

PHL101H5 or PHL102H5 or PHL103H5 or PHL113H5 or 4.0 credits
PHL390H5 (Winter 2020) and PHL293H5 (Fall 2020)
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