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The Philosophy Of Religion - A Sikh Perspective - Book By Arvind Sharma
From The Front Cover Of ''The Philosophy of Religion : A Sikh Perspective' By Arvind Sharma
While the historical, social and literary dimensions of Sikhism have been much appreciated, its philosophical dimension has not received the same measure of attention. This book attempts to highlight dimensions of Sikh thought with regard to time-honoured issues in the philosophy of religion, such as arguments for the existence of God, the problem of evil, and so on. It is also an attempt to contextualise the Western philosophy of religion in an Indian matrix. Previous works by the author on this topic have covered Indic thought during the ancient and modern periods of Indian history, leaving a gap so far as the medieval period was concerned. This study of Sikhism is a modest effort to close that gap.
About The Author Of 'The Philosophy of Religion : A Sikh Perspective'
Formerly of the IAS, Arvind Sharma is currently the Birks Professor of Comparative Religion in the Faculty of Religious Studies at McGill University in Montreal, Canada. He ha also taught in Australia and the United States, His other works include: A Hindu Perspectire on the Philosophy of Religion 0991), The Philosophy of Religion and Advaita Vedanta: A Study in Religion and Reason 1995), 'Die Philosophy of Religion: A Buddhist Perspectire 1995), Ajaina Perspective on the Philosophy of Religion (2001) and A Primal Perspective on the Philosophy of Religion (2006).