A study of the philosophy of Jainism

by Deepa Baruah | 2017 | 46,858 words

Summary: Among the heterodox systems of Indian philosophy, Jainism is regarded as one of the oldest religions in India having its own metaphysics, philosophy and ethics. It has discussed all the important topics of Indian philosophy. The salient features of Jaina philosophy include its realistic classification of being and its theory of knowledge, with its famous doctrines of syādvāda, anekāntavāda and nayavāda.

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