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'Thinking' without'Things': without identity, without Non-contradiction, and yet
'Thinking' still, unpublished. Article available in its transcription and Daya Krishna's handwriting. The edition and notes in the original text are from D.D. Mathur's. Mathur Saab was Daya Krishna's private assistant and right-hand for over three decades. He passed away in 2017.
Identity, Difference and the Problem of Reflexivity and Explanation
The Jaipur Edition of the ṛgveda - Intro
Experience Dubitability and Certainty
Bondages of Birth and Death: Emerging Technologies of Freedom on the Horizon and the Hope of Final Release from the Foundational Bondage of Mankind
Published in Indian Philosophy: A Counter Perspective (enlarged and revised edition), Delhi: Sri Satguru Publications, 2006, pp. 509-528.
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A Plea for a New History of Philosophy in India
Published in New Perspectives in Indian Philosophy, Jaipur and Delhi: Rawat Publications, 2001, pp. 7-12.
Can the analysis of adhyasa ever lead to an advaitic conclusion
published In New Perspectives in Indian Philosophy, Jaipur and Delhi: Rawat Publications, 2001, pp. 150–163.
Did the Gopīs really love Kṛṣṇa Some reflections on Bhakti as a Puruṣārtha in the Indian Tradition
Published in New Perspectives in Indian Philosophy, New- Delhi and Jaipur: Rawat Publishers, 2001, pp. 175-188.
ls the doctrine of Arthāvada compatible with the idea of Śruti? - The basic dilemma in the revelatory-authorities texts of any tradition
published In New Perspectives in Indian Philosophy, Jaipur and Delhi: Rawat Publications, 2001, pp. 115-126.
Emerging new approaches in the Study of Classical Indian Philosophy
published in contemporary philosophy A new Survey, Vol. 7, 1993, 69-82, Kluwer Academic publishers, Netherlands.
God and the Human Consciousness
published in Diogenes,117(30), March 1982, pp. 1-10.
Sri Aurobindo Mandir Annual, 1948, pp. 58-65.
* This short paper is the first written piece ever to be published
by Daya Krishna.
The attached file contains a corrected version (unpublished) of the paper's