23. Source Code: Badarayana’s Vedanta-Sutra

Posted on 23 July 2016

The founding text of the Vedānta school, the Vedānta- or Brahma-Sūtra, interprets the Upaniṣads as teaching that all things derive from brahman.

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Further Reading

• S. Radhakrishnan (trans.), The Brahma Sūtra (London: 1960).
• G. Thibaut (trans.), The Vedānta Sūtras of Bādarāyaṇa with the Commentary by Śaṅkara (New York: 1962).

• F.X. Clooney, “Binding the Text: Vedānta as Philosophy and Commentary,” in J.R. Timm (ed.), Texts in Context: Traditional Hermeneutics in South Asia (Albany: 1991), 47–68.
• P. Deussen, The System of the Vedānta, trans. C. Johnston (New York: 1973).
• J. Lipner, “The Perils of Periodization, or How to Finesse History with Reference to Vedānta,” in E. Franco (ed.), Periodization and Historiography of Indian Philosophy (Vienna: 2013), 145-69.
• H. Nakamura, A History of Early Vedānta Philosophy, parts 1-2 (Delhi: 1983, 2004).

 

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nikole 30 December 2017

I am very curious about the music track that is played at the end of each episode ( Age of the Sutras). Please if you can tell me who is the artist and the name of the song!

 

Nikole

Peter Adamson 31 December 2017

In reply to by nikole

Hi there - if you go to the "Links" at the bottom of this page, then you'll see there is a list of all the music clips with further links to the original sources, so you can hear the complete recordings.

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