Authority, Anxiety, and Canon

Authority, Anxiety, and Canon

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Ten essays engage the theoretical question of canonicity in relation to the Vedas, and the historical question of the continuation, appropriation, or rejection of Vedic authority in different forms of Indian religion and literature from the earliest times to the present. Paper edition (1938-X), $19.95. Annotation copyright by Book News, Inc., Portland, OROrigin of Language, a#39; a#39; in Revelation in Indian Thought: A Festschrift in Honour of Professor T. R. V. Murti, eds. Harold Coward and Krishna Sivaram (Emeryville, Calif.: Dharma, 1977), 3-14; aquot;Ritual Syntax, aquot; in Sanskrit and Indian Studies, Essays in Honour of Daniel H. H. Ingalls, ed. ... See my aquot;The Transparent Text, a#39; a#39; in Purana Perennis, ed. ... and overlooks the fact that the semantic content of mantras was equally ignored by other schools in the Vedic period itself, more concerned withanbsp;...

Title:Authority, Anxiety, and Canon
Author: Laurie L. Patton
Publisher:SUNY Press - 1994-07-01

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