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The Vedanta-Sutras With The Commentary By Ramanuja Fiscle (Part-I) Sacred Books Of the East, Volume 48

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The Vedanta-Sutras With The Commentary By Ramanuja Fiscle (Part-I)  Sacred   Books Of the East, Volume 48
In The Introduction To The First Volume Of the Translation Of the
'Vedanta-Sutras With Sankara'S Commentary' (Vol. Xxxiv Of this Series) I
Have Dwelt At Some Length On The Interest Which Ramanuja'S Commentary
May Claim--As Being, On The One Hand, The Fullest Exposition Of what May
Be Called The Theistic Vedanta, And As Supplying us, On The Other, With
Means Of penetrating to The True Meaning of badarayana'S Aphorisms. I Do
Not Wish To Enter Here Into A Fuller Discussion Of ramanuja'S Work In
Either Of these Aspects; An Adequate Treatment Of them Would, Moreover,
Require Considerably More Space Than Is At My Disposal. Some Very Useful
Material For The Right Understanding of ramanuju'S Work Is To Be Found
In The 'Analytical Outline Of contents' Which Messrs. M. Rangakarya And
M. B. Varadaraja Aiyangar Have Prefixed To The First Volume Of their
Scholarly Translation Of the Sribhashya (Madras, 1899).


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