A Hindu theology of liberation : not-two is not one / Anantanand Rambachan.

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Main Author: Rambachan, Anantanand, 1951- (Author)
Format: Book
Published: Albany, NY : SUNY Press, [2015]
Series:SUNY series in religious studies.


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245 1 2 |a A Hindu theology of liberation :  |b not-two is not one /  |c Anantanand Rambachan. 
264 1 |a Albany, NY :  |b SUNY Press,  |c [2015] 
300 |a xi, 230 pages ;  |c 24 cm. 
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505 0 0 |a Machine generated contents note:  |t What Is Advaita? --  |t Is Advaita a Theological Tradition? --The  |t Need for an Advaita Theology of Liberation --  |t Not-Two Is Not One --  |t Structure of Text --  |g ch. 1 The  |t Quest for Fullness --  |t Human Problem as Suffering --  |t The Universal Desire for Happiness --  |t Suffering as Mortality Anxiety --  |t Suffering and the Transient Nature of Experiences --  |t Suffering as the Experience of Inadequacy --  |t Inadequacy and the Multiplication of Desires -- The  |t Persistence of Inadequacy --  |t Overcoming the Problem of Inadequacy: The Limits of Action --  |t Despair as Opportunity --The  |t Uncreated Infinite -- The  |t Human Problem as Ignorance (Avidya) --  |g ch. 2 The  |t Validity of Non-Duality --  |t Vedas: The Source of Liberating Knowledge --The  |t Threefold Criteria for Valid Knowledge --  |t The Subject Matter of the Vedas --  |t The Action and Knowledge Sections of the Vedas --  |t Relationship between the Means of Knowledge and Object -- The  |t Liberating Power of Words --The  |t Value of a Teacher --The  |t Necessity of Faith (Sraddha) --A  |t Teaching Tradition --  |g ch. 3 The  |t Full Self --The  |t Method of Distinguishing Knower and Known --The  |t Singularity of the Self --The  |t Immortality of the Self -- The  |t Self as Free from the Limits of lime --The  |t Unity of the Self --The  |t Self as Free from Space Limits --  |t The Relationship Between Cause and Effect --  |t Overcoming the Brahman-World Dualism --The  |t Purpose of Creation in Advaita --  |g ch. 4 The  |t Liberated Life --  |t Suffering and Ignorance --  |t Knowledge and Liberation --The  |t Meaning of Saitsara --  |t Ignorance and Its Consequences --  |t Untying the Knots of the Heart (Ignorance-Greed-Greedful Actions) --The  |t Social Implications of Liberation --  |t Identity with All Beings as Love --  |t Compassion --  |t Generosity --  |t Interdependent Existence --  |t Control-Give-Have Compassion --  |g ch. 5  |t Liberation from Patriarchy --  |t Paradoxical Attitudes toward Women -- The  |t Significance of Women in Relation to Men --  |t Dowry and the Devaluation of Women --  |t Religious Rituals and the Preference for Sons --  |t Karma and Violence to Women -- The  |t Intrinsic Value of Women --The  |t Necessity to Conned Religious Teaching and Social Reality --  |t Ahirhsa: Its Significance for Women --  |t Ahihnsa and Justice for Women --  |t Justice as the Fulfillment of Mutual Obligations --  |t Feminine Images of God and the Empowerment of Women --  |t Scriptural Resources for Overcoming Patriarchy --  |t Ignorance and Patriarchy --  |g ch. 6  |t Liberation from Homophobia -- The  |t Reality of Homophobia --  |t Recognizing Third Sex Persons --The  |t Case of Arjuna in Mahabharata --  |t Third Sex Persons in the Law Codes --  |t Divine Immanence and the Value of the Person --  |t Sex and Liberation (Molcsa) --  |t Procreation, Marriage, and the Third Sex --  |t Recovering Indigenous Theological Resources --  |g ch. 7  |t Liberation from Anthropocentrism --  |t Brahman as Ontological Ground of Nature --  |t Dualistic and Non-dualistic Views of Nature -- The  |t Devaluation of Nature in Advaita --  |t Affirming the Value of Nature in Advaita --  |t Liberation and the Significance of Nature --  |t Nature and the Yajna Mode of Being --  |t Nature and the Moral Order of the Universe --  |t Liberation from Greed and Stewardship of Nature --  |g ch. 8  |t Liberation from Childism -- The  |t Suffering of the Child --The  |t Religious Value of the Child --  |t Birth Replicates Cosmic Creation --  |t Brahman Is Present Equally in All Beings --  |t Value for Brahman Expressed in Compassion --  |t Ahirhsa (Non-Injury) and the Value of the Child --  |t Honoring the Divinity in the Child --The  |t Girl Child in the Hindu Perspective: Ideal and Reality --  |t Religious Value and the Provision of Needs --The  |t Obligation to Life --The  |t Obligation to a Healthy Life --The  |t Obligation to Education --The  |t Obligation to Leisure and Happiness --The  |t Obligation to Non-Injury and Freedom from Exploitation --  |g ch. 9  |t Liberation from Caste --A  |t Personal Encounter --  |t The Reality of Caste Oppression --  |t Caste Privileges and the Negativized Others --  |t Change, Conversion, and Leadership --  |t Dalits and Hindu Identity --  |t Self-Value and the Devaluation of Others --  |t Affirming Equal Worth and Justice for All --The  |t Story of Sankara and the Untouchable --The  |t Exegesis of Bhagavadgrta 5:18 --  |t Caste and the Authority of Scripture --  |t Dharma, Caste, and Liberation. 
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