Chapter II - Physico-Chemical and Philosophical Concepts
This page describes Physico-Chemical and Philosophical Concepts which is the second chapter (adhyaya) located on 30 in the book Alchemy and Metallic Medicines in Ayurveda composed by Vaidya Bhagwan Dash. This book exposes the utility of metals and minerals with regards to Ayurveda and Rasashastra (Medicinal alchemy), treating on its origin, history and development, as well as mercury, Ayurvedic recipes and more. This page contains an online preview of the full text and summarizes technical terms, as well as information if you want to buy this book.
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Vakyapadiya (study of the concept of Sentence) [by Sarath P. Nath]
Therefore it is significant to analyse these concepts wherever is available rather than keeping them away because of their philosophical or metaphysical label on them. The present study comprises four chapters. The first chapter entitled "The Philosophy of Language; a Bhartriharian Perspective" discusses the syntactic and semantic thoughts in India and the importance of Bhartrihari in Indian linguistic tradition....
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Cidgaganacandrika (study) [by S. Mahalakshmi]
Significance and concepts of Krama Krama system has triple significance. It is a— Tantric system, Monistic Shaiva system, Emergence of Shakta tendency in Shaiva philosophy. Krama system deals with a synthesis of the Shaiva philosophy, the Shakta esotericism and Tantric concepts of life. It is a fine philosophical system dealing with epistemic and ontological matters and also deals with the esoteric discipline of Spirituality contained in the Tantric culture....
Read full contents: Part 1a - Krama system (Introduction)
Philosophy of Charaka-samhita [by Asokan. G]
Caraka evolved the philosophy with the purpose of the conceptualization and practice of Ayurveda in a jubilant historical context in which the classical philosophical systems were in the making. He made use of the philosophical systems then existed. Even then it was neither a replica of any one of the philosophical systems nor an insulation of fragments of philosophical concepts. It does not also appear as a fringe to the mainstream of pragmatic theories of medicine....
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[Alchemy and Metallic Medicines in Ayurveda: index]
[About the Author (Vaidya Bhagwan Dash)]
[Introduction (2): Superiority of Mineral Drugs]
[Introduction (3): Distinctive Features]
[Introduction (4): Purpose of processing]