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PHILOSOPHY MA.IN
1st Year:
Paper I
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Logic and theory of knowledge
2nd Yeer:
Papei II'
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Mora.l- Philosophy
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Phi.l.osophy
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Generel Psychology
Islamic Philosophy
Phil-osophy of Religion
Philosophy of Educetion
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-Annexure I (0RI
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PH 1 LOsOPHY
I -. Lo+LE
Heletion of Logic ,to- psychologyl
the study of Logic.
s - Te.:rms - Cl_assification of
Ternrs into Singurar, Gencrel and corrective; positive, Negetive
and Privative; Concrete anC Abstrect; Absolute and Relativc.
connotation anci. Denotetion of'' Terms. Kinds of propositicn
Traclitional into LategoricaL, hypothetic.:r a:ncl dis junc.tive Distribution of terms. Moclern 'i-nto simple, compound and gencral.
Rcration betwee.n proljositions - opposition of propcsitions.
The s evcn rc-Le tions betrveen propos itions .
InferEnce - immeC:atc enci [i edi.:ti: - In:mcdiate inferences in
p..E.I.0. Propositions. t4eciate infcrcncc (categoricer syJ_logism)
rulcs of syllogrsm - Figurcs ernd mocds.
Comporind Arguments - Hypothutice,L Syl]ogism - Disjunctive
Syllogism - DiLemrna.
l-1iI1s es timate of SyIloqism
The laws of thought
Function and ve luo of s5,m5o1=. Prcpositional ce'l culuS Basic idea ebout truth - frrnction - thc symbols for conjunctlion,
ncgation, disjunction, irnplica tion and equivarence. construction
of truth - tebl_cs = Tautologousr eoDtraciictory and contingent
functions.
The problem of jnduction. ReLation betr,^reen Deduction
anci Induction.
causation - oitrerent vieuis of ceuse - plurelity of causes.
f!'li11s methods of Experirnen tcl theor-v - 0bs erva tion e nd
ExP.eairuna.
Aneiogy and Hypothcs j.s.
Reading Materials:
1) Fundamente -ls cf Logic - T.Fl .p. r'ir,HF.DEVt,N
2) A mcdern Introduction to Logic - L.S . STec,u Il',iG
3) Introduction to Logic -
IRVING
M. G0pI
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KN9UJ.LEDGi
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cnd. Argumen t.
Nature and scDpc of' Logic ' 5cntcnce
Sentence and Sentence
Eonse quence ani Ani"lyticity'
Val -idity
form. Argument Argument Form'
Propertional Logic
tion - Conjunction
Basic idea about Truth Functicn Nega
Dis!unctionrlmplication'Equivalence-ConstructionofTruth
TablesTantologyContraciictoryanclContingEntFunction
of inf€rences
Usc cf Trr.rth Tabl-e for testing the validity
g.
11.
True Method.
Frropositions - Aristotcelian
Formula'tion of A'E'I'0'
their'Modern
of UniversaL plopositions velsus
interprctation
interPretation.
IV.
Lar^rg
of
Th-rysl-!!j
infsrence
T-vpes of Jucigement lrlaturc of
Problem of
knowledgeRe]ationofLogictoknovult:dgeFormandcontentof
l[rthat' iS,implied
knowledoe helaticn of Pa:rt ancj who].c claimingTruth-Bywhe:tmeanSTruthj-sclaimedinJudgdmeilt
Thcn"t,'"ofidee,sforl"lhiclrafone.Truthcanbcc]a,inted.
Text Books:
1. I.tvl .
2.
COPI
B .B05ANr'rUll'lT
Introduction
Chapters
in
to Logic (xPtevant
)
(Colin & Macm'iLIan)
Essentials of Logic
(U".turers I to IV)
Reference Books:
f . i{.v.
QUINE
2, tr.M. CoPI
3. P. SuPPtR
lviethods of Logic
(Rout Ledge & Kegan Paul-)
Svmbcfic Logic
i Eorin & Me Jmillan )
In broduction to Logic
(Va:n Nostrand)
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I{EsTERN PHILOsCPHY
is tics
Th
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f
rii
o
nationalism ! Descartes
Eur
Fiethod : rrC.o.gito ef gos
.God & " 5 ubs tanc es .
Spineze : 5t-rbstance doctrine of
um
modes
Lejbniz : The Iloctrine of ['ionades
Pre- estab-Lished e,,rrnony
5InP+ricisj_:- Locke - Rejection of innate ideas - 5imp1e
ideas and complex ideas primary, Qualities and SeconCary
qualities.
l-r
IiI
Berkel_eEtrTo be is to be perceivedrt
enswers to obj ections
Hume: Impressions criiicismb of s ubsti.ncc and ca us a tion
sectocos
IV' Idealism: Kan't:
Cri'bique of pure reason tranF.cendentel
esthetic, tbanscendental ancJ'5,tic
"ni
transcenderrta.l- dial_ectic paralogisms
Antinomies.
Hegel: The concept of thc Iibsolute Dialectics
V Recent trencis :- An outl-ine trcatment of
i) Existentialism
..t
aaJ Heall-sm
iii) P;egmatism
iv) Positivism
v) Marxism
P::egmatism
6nd
8 Positivism: wil-l-iam James Jolrn Dewey and
C.S. Pierce
Books : 1. Mayer A History of lvlodern Fhilosophy
2, F.Thi1ly -.A History Irhil_osophy (kel_evant f,hapters)
Ref:
3. Wil--L Durant : Story of Fhilosophy
4. tiJright s History of l"iodern phiJ_osophy
5. Rogers, A.K.. : A studentts.l-listopSr of philosophy
6. D.Pl . De,uta : Chief Curronts in Contemporary
Philosc phy
7. Edj-tcd by l-tadhakrishnan : History of Phil6sophy
Eas tern & Wes tern. VoI.2
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(A)
. The Nature of Ethics
Moral iictitln
2. The Psycho-1 ogy of
Fi t-:ra'litV
3, The DeveloPment of
1
(B)
juclgemcn''c
i'l
4: The Psychology of ora]
TheorY
tr
The DivefoPment of Ethiccf
anr'i i'l aturafistic
6. nefative, Subjective
Moral 5ta:ndard'
(c)
Tireories c'i'
Lhe
givcn bY intuition
1.
The
Standard
as
B.
The
Standird
as Law
9.
Thc
Standard
as
P
leas
urc':
(D)
dcterminer-1 bY Evolution
ro
10.
The 5'ue n da
11.
12.
The
Standard
CS
P
The
5
terrda rd
AS
Va-l.ue
erf cc'cion
(E)
3. TheorY and Practice
SocictY
14. The ,n61uidr're I ancl
1
15. Rights and Duties
16. Virtue
i""te
11 . Ethics ,
PhYs
ics
(F)
and
Religion
18. The Langucge of Ethic's'
Text Books':
Wi-1Iiam Lrllie
to EtJics,
!' An Inirotjuc"ion Methuer\
E' Co
1
Edition , 955 '
Refe:.ences:.
1. Sir liavj-d
Fi
oss
2. Flrckenzj-e' J'5'
Thirc
Founcie'tion of Ethics
Manua] of Ethics.
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PAPER
IV -
OUTLINES OT INDIAN PHILOsOFHY
(A)
eis
!:.s: Early Vedic religicn - Concept of R to -iviorr o th
Monish --f. ttuai-ism
2. The Upanishcds ; Cent*-a l teechj'ng - Erchman Atnrcn - Th"
absolute es cosmic anc.l acosmic - SouJ- (Jiva ) , its ne ture
and dcs tinY.
'. 3. The Bhagavi: dgita : Knrma - Yoge I Jnaira - Yoga and Bhakti Yoga - Concept of the perf ect' n'o ''I dea of God - Theore{ici, 1
teaching of tlre 6ito.
.
1.
The
:
. Ris e of the Sys tems : Non-Ve dic anrJ Vedic
5. Co.-v.,ke mcterie iism
6. Jein:Lsm r Lategorie's of Jiva and A j j,a-SyaciveclaThe finaf desiiny of the soul.
(c)
4
and .Ksonikert;acja7. Bucl dhism : iJairatmyavada, P.ratityasemutpada
Loncept
Nirvana
Eihics
of
Truihs
Four
Noble
The
.
Flahayena and Hine5ri:na
a. Nyaya - vaisesika : i,e dcr.the,s - Atomism - Asetkeryavad:: Piemcnas - God - Soul and its; destiny'
(D)
9.Samkhya - Moga s Prakrti and its evoLution - Pur.us,
Sat!laiya,.,ada - AstanS2yoge - The ideal of Kz i'vaIya '
10.Purva-|vlimamsa:Au,uhorityof.theVeda-Theconceptof
Dhcrme.
.
(E)
Iidveite
Sc,urces
-',Brehman, Seguna and Nirguncof
Advaita :
11.'Isvara
anci
t{eye
Avidya
- Viverta - Veda - Means
Jiva
of Moksa - Jivanmukti.
(F)
t
12. Visistadvaita : Distinction from Adva:ta - Erahman,
the Absolute - Jiva, Isvara end prePanca - Moksar'
'l 3. Dvaitc : God, soul encl the worfd - Moksa''
14. Saiva Siddhanta: God, 5oui. and matter - The Three Malas
Ploksa - Stages in spiritual giowth'
Text_Bcoks : Hiriyanna., M-Ess entia.ls .of, Indien PhilosOphy
Rersrences
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B:;iJ';:fi : I;3'3*:t;:'::"IBl,l:"-tiiili"ollYt""
1
3) Redhekrishnen.,s .- Inclicn PhifosoPhyr Vols'i&II
4) Shermr''C'D" - Indian Philos
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'City State Soc j'e] Clc sses - PoIi ti'K"
political ldears'
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-a_r politicel
FIato-FoPular
thcught
!:lo"
2. Politicai'
1 ' Thc
a:.=.ui"i;;-: Ni:;"';":;E "on'.lit'1,;r]'rl'1";-r"os" Ia- bour - C]?:t-"u
iiti" i"" ofEducction
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J-itmifY -
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Law-the
rrLauisi :"Th" " d'ission of
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4. Artistotre
rhe-new.scdence
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Statesman.tchologicalindividua}i-sm-Sovereignty
.5. Thoma" Hobbes - PsYchoro$1uo+
Abs
oLutism '
.5. Locke-the
indivig::''n0.9:l::.'l:',";.lli.ol9lll?Etif'nd
"-'ti"-9o!!1::tr;
l::?:Y"";r,ii.""pr.'v :
r,,raturar *rnniJInccnsistencre
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e-! is.cq 1 e:r roh: i::.::l'
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t'lllr
Genere]
citizen - the
and NctionclitY '
nitv - Mcn as au"
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Reesont t:"'
theory of consent the
of
B. Hume-criticism
and velue '
constitution' - Parliamentary
r-^
Tho
nrEscriptive
Thc
Pres?:l!"::"ti""'
9. Burke'
perties'
replesontttlln t.'i-plriticcl
theory of
historiccl not""='ity cnd
10' Hegel-Dic:lectic
phirosophv'
freedom - t]:;;i-:;;-i'tt;r
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Determinism
.and
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phi.Iosophy of Gr ndhi-Religion end
' 16'. The political
Satye gra ha-5 c rvodayc:-Socic lism
himsc,
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a:n
n
Iiti." -S;, iy;
Text
Book I
Sabine,
G.H.
dit io
A History of Pol-itiecL Theoryr. Third E &
Eo.
George.G'NcraP
enlarged
ind
Revised
London.
Ltd.
,
-n.f i.r= I tc VI ( both inc.rusive) , XXII I, XXVI
XXViII to
XXXV
(both incfusivc)
Refercnces,:
Modern Politicai TheorY
Guide to MoraIs and PoLitics
1. !oad, C.E.M.
_do2.
3. Lcski., H.J.
4. 6andhi, Iq.K.
5.
A Grammer of Folitics
Social-ism'of mY concePtion
My Socialism
Satyagli he
6.
GENEtii'L PHYCH0L0GY
1. Dcfinition and Scope of Psychology
2. Methcds in PsychologY
3. The Nervous SYstem
4.Individuaf Differences in /\bility: Intelligence Tests cnd
Neture of IntelLigence.
PersonalitY
5. feISOnaI-LLY
f,.
and 5ocial Factors in Personelity
llJoruruU+eL
6. IFhysiologiccf
U.,
1. l,bility end Environment as Cettses cf Individuaf Differences
8. Intcrection with the Environment
g. How the Individual DeveloPs
10. t'lotives
11. Feelings r.nd EmotiQns
12, Choice, Confl-ict and Frustrl:tion
3.
ervin g
14. The Sense of Sight
15. The othcr Senses
16. Lecrning
'l
C
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17. 14emorY
1 B. Thinking
iext Books; Woodworth cnd- Piarquis : PsYchologY,
l'l
ethuen & Co,
Lon don .
Rcferences!
1.
Rex
Psycho-
Plcrg.rre,t
Press,
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3.
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doveloPment of
0rigine and
I'rabic
1. Pre Isfdmic
o' o"onct Moh;:mrned
2. Eif c ona t]-*t
.. i',"n'. 1'=,.r1'i;:.::;::'13u.".I
Trre Pos tc
a
A
Exo'tbric isPccts
1 . Creed
-z' Prc-Yer
3. FcstinS
t
4 ' Zakkc
5 ' lia j
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cvc,l.o
prn
of Is lam
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' 1n{ Iuunt thought
2. 0riental
I isrn
3 . t'1i tc z''
4 ' I's hi rism
(Sufism)
mVsticisrn
Islimic
1V
of sufism
'
1 ' Origrn
Sufism
' 2' 0rdcrs of
cspacts of Srtfism
3' ['hifos"ontti']
Isiemic thinkers
ImPortrnt
Some
1
1.
A1:-Kindi
rL o a'l -f c.ri bi
3. Ibn-Sinc
i. ;;::;;"
5
Books
(Av icinna )
-^^\
(Averroco)
' Ibn-Khaldun
: 1''n""-:',0"'',.iriill,r'.;.'ll'
:"".'.".:: ;=l:*''""
r'iunderstandirrs
of schuon 1e63)
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PH
I LOSOFI.IY OF
TIEL I
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1. liJhct is Rel.igionT Diffcrent definitions of thc term
the origin of reJ-i gion prim:'.tivc rcligion-Totom and Ti boo. 2. The evolution cf deities, secrificc cnd Pre yer
.,
3. Fcith anc ret.son - Argumcnts for thc-cxistence of
God-
4. The confl-ict of rcligicus ancl scientif ic p.erspectivesmechanical explcnctions vs; telcologicel questions.
C
5. The problem cjf the frccdom of the' will-determinism,/vs.
indeterminism.
5- The ncture of God-theism and pentheism - Jamesr conceptio'
of 'an external God-0ther theories of a.-l-imj-tcd God-Roycers,
conception of cn immanent Qod-6od and absolute ideaLiim-Gqd and
personeL ideelism.
!
:
,,
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. 7. Different forms of rcliginn-natural.and reveeled
_religions-Rerigions of observence and prophe:bic religions Redemptlve
reJigons - Conception of 6rccc:Mysti.ci5m.8. The soul, Naturer Origin and Dest+ny - InmoraJ.ity.
g, The problem of er,ri.I-suffering enci sin-SaLvetion
.
and
0. Religicn ancl Ethics- Eschetology. '
11. Comparative study of religions - Hinduism , Lhri=tianity
Isl.em and
1
Sikhism
Text Eook:
Robert Lect Patterson - Introcluction to the Philoso.phy
of Heligion :
crenc e :
Refcrenc
'l . Article
icle on Refigion - Ency.copedia Britannice
2. Wright.bJ.K .
Phi.l-oscphy of
- IR c1i
9tudentrs
gion
3. Bertocci, P./,.
4. ALbcn G.Widgery
5. Jevcns, F.B.
6
. C.tement C.J.Webb
- Introduction .to the Philosophy
of fleligion.
:i
l'"1g1urr
.'
- Thg com.piritive study of Rcligions
- hn Introcluction to the His tory
Religion
10n
- Prob.]-ems in the
and Pi cn.
re.Le
tions
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kms/ea9ze
of
God
\J
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. Int'roduction:
. .e . Aim of Educ.ation
b. ScoPe
c. Flethcds of Educatian
2. Phil-osoPhiccl foundi tions:
, a. rt"t.tionship betwcen Phil'osoPhy cnd Eclucrtion
. b. Eciucction ancl I'hiLosophicel- thcught
'l
l
Lism
Pragmatism
R
ea
'Unitive
3. Contents
of
aFJProach
Educr
tion:
a. The idea of libcral educaticn
b. .Quality of Education
:
'd. Planning of Educi'tio.n
@o
Education cnci Social
4. Logical and Psychological cspects of Educition:
er. The Diabeticil approach tc Eciucition'
b. The pL:rson.,l fa'ctor j-n Erlucetion'
l
5: Tei-ching nci .1ce rning
Concepts of 'tecching a'nC -Learning:
i) Trcditicncl systems of Indian Education
ij) The traditicnil-
systems of li,lestc-.rrn Educetion.
-
Books:
Relevant chaPters frcm.
1 . Phil-osophy of Education by
R.S
'
F
eters (Ed)
2. Phil-osoPhy of Educetion Schotro ..
3. Phil-osoplrical anal-vsis and'educetion - Eennur (Ed)
4.1,rJo'rl-d Edr-rcation Manif esto - Dr. Nr,tara ja Gulu
Paulo Fracire
reedcm'lI pairfo
Cul-turr:] action for f reedcm
5. Cul-turr:1
( pengin )
I
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appress
the
of
gogy
Fcda
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Family' and Property
Merriage
4. SociaI Institutrirons
s't'tte and rna:'1t':il;
Rcllsiol
5. heligion ;:ncl society
S'ocia1 chan ge - Viological '
sf
5 ' 5ocia1 chcnge l''Ft'ctors
technice 1 c,nci culturc-L '
c_ncl their
'0rganic
rnc
5ocia1 p::i:':;l'Ei:=x€
1. lndian
ncc Les
iqnificc
soci.r-
'
'
f'srama
:
.
Gandhi-- coircelpls ",
'nf Iiahetma'
l"l'nc:urrruhr i 1---'hrr
B' Socia-1 PhilosoBly'-of
Sarvofavr=
Y
a.*I' R;itt':rrd
Books:-
1. P.M. 14ac-Lvev
2. P'H' Prablru
.:i
:nd
'
3.5. Rcdhrkrishnin
4. Prc'scd Pi '
5.
DaYi., Kunhvc
C
' - l-lindu social grganisation
-
llr.ftttmt
Gcndhiq.
PhilosoPhY
- Socic1
FutuPc
end
'
Past'
'
rUi{ffERSITY oa CALIcII'I
.:Y"- ' '--
a)-
GENERAL
lbstract )
Phil-o??phY-P"p"tt sed svll'rbus - B'-A' i - Ptr i losophv' we ster'1
cal phi lo sophY"soc-ta
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Philosophy - with "it""t
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of Humantties
meetinq of FacultY
2. Mlnutes of the
held on 3rt. | 97 .
Conncll held. on 25'4*'q7'
3. Mlnutes of the Academic
a..a:
ORDER
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ltre svllabl is
a'
aPPend'ed'
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LqGIC
INTR!DUCTIoU
Deduetion
Nature of Argument -Form.
The
Logic-of
Definition
U;iia;-tv LS6rcat
;;;-inJrltion - Truth ;;;
Log-ic I he use of SYmbols
SYmbolic
and
Logic
Classical
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5lutement'forms and statements
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Material- impJ.ication
Logical Equi val-ence The Par:adoxes of
tautcJ-ogies '
Alquments , C onditional statemen'*'s and
3.
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THE METHOD OF NATURAL
ER.V FORM
1.
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Fprmal Proof
Rules of Inference
The RuIe of
Replacement.
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SHOFTER TRUTH
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METH0D
THE
I'4ETHOD OT ASSIGNING
TRUTH
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1. Providin\g InvaJ.iditY
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for Prqdiqate.loei: :Fuinction
Insta'itiatjcnpositions -propositioiuf
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Quutif ication'
Generali="ti"i
Existeutial Quantificaion'
Relation between Universal gnc
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Need
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3?5ymboJ.izationofTraditiona}subjectpredicateProPo'
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tsOOKS
5Ymbolic Logic (Rel-evant ChaPters)
Introciuction to Logic
Copi and Earl Cohen
EhaPters )
IH"J
Eopi
"rr""t
Indroduction to SYmbolic
.H. BaS6on and D.J' 0lConnor.Logrc iCr,"pter I0nIY)
\J
THE0!?Y
I QUANTIFIciiTI0N
,
r..and Eeneral Proeed for Predicate logiG -.9ilr
ositions -ProPosition?1- Fulgt
eneralization .or --Elualif ication '
elation between Universal.anC Exi
predica.te ploPoymbolization of Traditional Subjec
itions.
TEXT
.;.
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BOOKS
Eopi - Symbolic Logic
Copi and Ca'rI Cohen
BOOK
BaSSon and
Indroduction \o Symbolic
Logic (Chapter I 0nIY)
0 r Connor
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sYLLABUS F0R 0UTLII'iE 0F
E-.A.
6iNERI,L CHARiiCTEF'I5T
a)
1.
Il-!
0F
\
t
-C-B!ELJ'jiLOsorW
\
- Virtue is knorriledge'
Diafectic and Theory of
Pleito - His problem - o.f
Ideas '
i(;;;ledse - boctrine
the f o ur c€tus 8s '
AristotlA Form and matter -
Socre tees
b)
c)
d)
II.
pEGREE c0!l-r..gi.
RATII]NALISM:
theory of Innate I deasa) Descartes: Method --the*no
Existence of Go d--T h e
of.
Cogito--ergosu*--a'g"trrt=-l:i
Attributes
The Universal substances para1leli
sm
-
l4odes
'
--The pre--establised
The Doctrinc of Monais
U"=t of uf f Possible warlcls '
- 0rigin of
of Innate Ideas
n) John Locke: Rejection
- modes - substances-- - f'r:marY and secondarv;;i;;i";
Ideas
re-1-a'i:ions.
b
)
p::!?tEX;
c"q,:s"ob3
et
[jercipi
-
:::;:;"::
or
I,bstract Ideas - Esse Est
Ideas
c) .D-gy.dir.g9, Impressions
3nd
skePtici'sm
'
substance '-'causation
Relation" - [iejection
F
o
judgements a prior.
Kant' Syntheticand
Phenomena'
tio""na
"= or;9anic
6Fc---'
IV. a)
ImmanYel
and time
- whole ancl PaTl - dialectica*
b) ilege]-: Basic conceptions
view - The Absofute - concreteness - ";;;ti'ity
m
v'
e
tho;l
"
EC!!L I-RENDS3rL^^rrr ^r Meaning'
Meani
Verification - Theory of
a) -frgft"1 P--=iti'i*:
of Phenomenological Enquiry
b) Fh-eloLenology: The method
.\Fxistentia]-ism:Genera].cha;acteristicsofExistentia}ism.
.4N
:-:- KS FOI': STUDY:
^,, \1.H. Vrlright i
2. F;ank ThiIIY::
3" i=. ivlaYer
4. VJi ]-L Durant :
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u)Plato:PlatoIsidealstate-conceptofJustice-Education.
or the Ideal and the
c) ^I*?,1?.r="in"rlE"i,i:":lrl:;1":"?:t:1"'
II#fr+H;",3i,3l:tI]:',ft:?I}:l'frin;*!,l"?nt,ji'.i,;,?::."
- Law - Erostrantsm'N--.
aCtUAI
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the soVrre+'j"
of the
of
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Genrai1
v
will I so'"""i'nni]--
*i3#rn:"?;1,i] 3i"i:3:!,"'io'l't:l?il:i:"";".::illl'-'n"
Freedom'
of State - Positive
VI T.H' Green: The thoery
MilI
rodification of Benthamism MilLrs
J''S'
\/TT
Yr- UtiLitarianism:reeciom.
;"-t6"rt
vir
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r
. F,"*#""u iu "'1' :i::l"il'1" ;i:i:tli3 nio':?"?il:'Hl:i: :i:?-
duture societY'
- Proletatian Revolution
I'mperialism
Capitalist
Tx
rn V'I'Lenin: PartY-State'
ffi
*'[i.9"?o!ir;ro3i]tnl'1":?:'o'3]]'
political PhilosoPhv-oI
x rhe
-:
Satyagraha
tics Satyl-und lihimsa
Erol<: for
S'abire G'H'
studY:
3
Books for Reference:
Joad'E'E'M'
-doLaski-H.J
Gondhi.M.K.
-do-do-
3i/N
iLz?/1
196 .
-.
l.uncr)
'-:L-'-l!ii'-:-'-l'-'-:::r-:3i-:Tli:-iii:'-:'-'-i:
problems o sociar 1n:"-::itli:=:::l*'
f1.' rhe nature and
::I::i:;:.::::;', "::-:l :::'0""n''
il1Jr',.I"t:::i:x;,
Methods of
Socja1 Sciences-
Philosophy of
2.The
1'
t""1,.:':li::::,-,::';;::i:":"":";i:-t'heir reciprocal
En'i:lry
A brj
e
i'u'iIine'
relatir.nshiP'
t'l-t:ory'
Society'
SociaI contract
3.lndividua1 and
Sc"'
of
";''
0rganic ton-""ption nol theories
of origin'
and
rtV'
Socjal egolution
family and pre'
Marriaget
tions:
4.a) 5ocial lnstit
and socia] relations
U) etopt'ty' State
and Lu':turaI
Biological
technologir-alr
5. Social change -Iag'
changes -- cultural
of
S,lndianSocialolganizat':onrVarnorAsramaandDtr;rnla'
and Marxist vjew
View
Gandh'-'1"
Caste amd C1ass:
and rccentra6andhiji's sarvodava
,. :::::';:'::="';'
"
lization '
Relativ:sm'
8. RationallitY and
Page - t-::::l'( 1) t'lc Ire:: and
BookE:
SociaI 0rgani' z'at)'-tn
Hindu
Prabhu
.
(2\ P '
philosophvr"":.';it"tma sociar
(3) prasad.M '
(4)
s.p.v
2/1/
Ma
tin Ho1]js :::i::::";:'Y""rl":::ii:'1'
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6_-.-
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0utrines of ilt-]-l-P-i:-::::'-':l'"
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tics ' t
characteris
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religaor'1-i:tolytheism-[tionc
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2. T he V edas : '"Ott
R+"e'
concept of
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as the onrv i'.er-'na'
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svadvacla-Jai*a Ethrcs
(
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Anekantavada)
amu-"
(/'.^":q''-''l'4'"j'"
7. B-gg:lb]=-E : Nairatmyavada-orotiiyas
-t-'
Truths'
i'?'l'
c'tinythe Four Noble
atta ltts
"'I''E. Nyaya-Vaigesika ' "t*ono-t-noo-totlr
ati on '
-d;a6i-tFa5:Et6frism-theory cf caus
and-itrs evolu' ion'-prtrLSi'rag.iglblyg -'onu ; Prakrti
-
/:
ci
and libera"ion-ashi=ngayogr
theoiy of causat:ion-Bonsaoc
of irhernra '
vedas-the coi-: ;e1t
the
i'
of reali I-'-'
10. Purva Mimasa : Au'tho:-i'';v
fivi'dya-Levr;Is
Maya'
---- '-=i"-l nrahman-Atitn'
11. a' Advart
::"X:=:;:::I:l::Brrhman-Jiva-worr-ribere'l:on'
and matter'
' c- D-vaita : Gcd' Soul'
matier-theory
Gco
'5oui '
J. i:aiva Siddhani:a :
of Books I
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.
Namc
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PhiJosoPhY'
2' Introductron to I'ndian
'
t't0utlines'
t
o' A critical
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i
Dafte: and Chatter'gie
of I'ndian Philosophy
M. Hi:iYanne'
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