The Concept of Perfection in the teachings of Kant and the Gita

Gauchhwal, Balbir Singh


Edition: 1st Edition
Date Published: 1967
Size: 8vo

Argues that Kant propounded a ‘moral religion’ which rests on the assumption of a personal God, that this moral religion is built up on ‘good will’, and that therefore Kant was closer to the spirit of the Gita than to that of any other Western or Indian thinker, school or system; with focus on The Concept of Perfection in Kant and the Gita, and more broadly in Indian and Western thought; endpapers tanned, front endpaper with some minor worn spots and stains, o.w. Very Good and clean throughout; boards rubbed; dustwrapper edgeworn and rubbed, some loss to lower front edge.

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