Hindu Theology of Liberation, A (SUNY Series in Religious Studies) (2020)

Hindu Theology of Liberation, A (SUNY Series in Religious Studies) Anantanand Rambachan Hindu Theology of Liberation A SUNY Series in Religious Studies Discusses Hindu Advaita Ved nta as a philosophy of social justice for the modern world This expansive and accessible work provides an introduction to the Hindu tradition of Advaita Ved nta and brings
  • Title: Hindu Theology of Liberation, A (SUNY Series in Religious Studies)
  • Author: Anantanand Rambachan
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  • Page: 496
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Hindu Theology of Liberation, A (SUNY Series in Religious Studies) Anantanand Rambachan Discusses Hindu Advaita Ved nta as a philosophy of social justice for the modern world.This expansive and accessible work provides an introduction to the Hindu tradition of Advaita Ved nta and brings it into discussion with contemporary concerns Advaita, the non dual school of Indian philosophy and spirituality associated with a kara, is often seen as other worldly, reDiscusses Hindu Advaita Ved nta as a philosophy of social justice for the modern world.This expansive and accessible work provides an introduction to the Hindu tradition of Advaita Ved nta and brings it into discussion with contemporary concerns Advaita, the non dual school of Indian philosophy and spirituality associated with a kara, is often seen as other worldly, regarding the world as an illusion Anantanand Rambachan has played a central role in presenting a authentic Advaita, one that reveals how Advaita is positive about the here and now The first part of the book presents the hermeneutics and spirituality of Advaita, using textual sources, classical commentary, and modern scholarship The book s second section considers the implications of Advaita for ethical and social challenges patriarchy, homophobia, ecological crisis, child abuse, and inequality Rambachan establishes how Advaita s non dual understanding of reality provides the ground for social activism and the values that advocate for justice, dignity, and the equality of human beings Rambachan has written an original, creative, and provocative book that will assure that Hinduism has a greater voice in the general arena of interreligious dialogue Paul F Knitter, Union Theological Seminary This is an important contribution to the advancement of constructive work in Hindu theology, comparative theology, and the study of South Asian religious traditions It has the potential to revolutionize how scholars view Hinduism generally, and Advaita Ved nta in particular Jeffery D Long, Elizabethtown CollegeAnantanand Rambachan is Professor of Religion at St Olaf College and the author of The Advaita Worldview God, World, and Humanity, also published by SUNY Press.
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    my knowledge of Hinduism of any sort has primarily focused on it as religion, on caste, on inequalities, so this on advaita vedanta hereafter av is very enlightening the writer does begin with forceful argument this is theology rather than philosophy but as the essential human problem is ignorance and the answer knowledge , i think of this as somewhere between the two this does use many religious texts, vedas, upanishads, and of the several ways to understand av this is definitely the scriptural [...]

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