SUNY Press, 1 ene. 1986 - 175 páginas
J. C. Chatterji's book is a brief introduction to the nature of ultimate reality and the manifestation of the universe according to the Trika System. It also covers, briefly, the history of this advaita Shaiva philosophy of Kashmir. First published in 1914 as the first book in "The Kashmir Series of Texts and Studies," it is still the clearest introduction to the Tattvas of the Trika.
Since the lower twenty-five of the thirty-six Trika Tattvas represent the entire universe from the Samkhya point of view, here also is a very clear exposition of the Samkhya Tattvas. The only difference is that, while the Purusha and the Prakriti are the final realities for Samkhya, they are but derivatives according to the Trika, which, carrying the analysis further, recognizes eleven additional Tattvas above the Purusha.
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Abhinava Gupta according activity Affective Ahankāra All-this already appearance aspect awareness becomes begins body Buddhi building called century clear Colour comes commentary Consciousness constitutes desire directions distinguished Divine essential existence experience Experiencer fact factors feeling five give given going hand Hindu ideas individual instance Kārikās Kashmir Shaivism known later limited lines lived Manas manifestation Māyā means mentioned mind movement moving nature objects operation original Parama Shiva particular perceived perception perhaps person philosophy physical practices Prakriti Pratyabhijñā present principle produced pupil pure Purusha realised reality reason reference regarded relation remains seen sense separate Shakti Shiva Sūtras single sleep Somānanda sound space Spanda speak spiritual spoken stage Tattva technically term texts thing thought tion Trika true Universe Utpala vague variety Vasugupta verses Vidyā Vritti whole
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