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New Essays in the Philosophy of Sarvepali Radhakrishnan
New Essays in the Philosophy of Sarvepali Radhakrishnan
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Preface

The essays included in this volume are revised version of papers presented at the Radhakrishnan Centennial Conference held at Miami in April 1988. The essays included in this volume are not merely a repetition of the old themes. They contains new perspectives on Radhakrishnan. It is sign of a great philosopher that he is read and re-read, criticized and defended continuously. This volume is also comprehensive in dealing exhaustively all the important aspects of his thought. The volume contains essays by the following contributors : Paul Arthur Schilpp, Visvaldis V. Klive, Robert N. Minor, Alex A Wayman, B.K. Matilal, Christopher Chapple, Troy Organ, Krishna Mallick, George Chemparathy, S. Gopalan, David M. Brookman, Narayan Champawaat, Harry Buck, J.G. Arapura, Anindita N. Balslev, Ishwar C. Harris, Donald Tuck, Boyd Wilson, S.S,. Rama Rao Pappu, John M. Koller, Purusottama Bilimoria, Richard Stadelman, Carl Olson, K. Sundaram, Hope K. Fitz, Judy Saltzman, Arindarn Chakravarty, Sakuntala Gangadharam, B David Burke, Robert M. Kleinman, Kevin Sullivan, Anil Sarkar, Anand Mohan, Yeager Hodson, T.S. Devadoss, Kaisai Puhakka, Fred G'. Sturm, and Jerald Richards.

Professor S. S. Rama Rao Pappu is at the Department of Philosophy, Miami University, USA.

Foreword

This collection of new essays’ on Radhakrishnan’s personality and thinking is the most comprehensive to come out after the volume on his philosophy edited by P.A. Schilpp; This contains 38 essays dealing almost exhaustively with different aspects of his thought.

Till today Radhakrishnan is the only Indian philosopher who has expounded in English a particular type of idealism in a most charming and elegant manner. In its own way his idealism is an original development, under the influence of western philosophy, of what he takes to be the Upanishadic view. He contends that the highest value and the truly real are inseparable. The; Absolute is real, consciousness and freedom. Sometimes he substitutes "delight" or "spirit” for "freedom’. The real (he wrote) includes ideas and if these are interpreted as ideals or values, an idealist view of the universe results. Such a view, according to him, finds the universe to be meaningful I and life to be purposeful.

For years before he came to occupy high offices Radhakrishnan devoted himself to develope what he called a self-understanding of religion and a fitting of religious convictions with facts known, from empirical experience and science. He took this endeavour to be an exposition of and exhortation to spirituality. He believed that the fundamental spiritual conviction is “the consubstantiality of the spirit in man and God. He also phrased it thus: that which is in the very centre of man’s being is akin to the Supreme. He also spoke of the unity of the universe and its being essentially Spirit. He expressed these ideas beautifully and attractively. The papers in this book have evaluated his work in various ways.

Quite from an early age Radhakrishnan began concerning himself with civilizational, national, social, ethical and political issues. He read, thought and expressed views on them. As Vice- President and President of India he spoke often on democracy, secularism and other subjects. These later speeches of his are as important as what he wrote and spoke earlier; perhaps in these spontaneous outpourings there is more originality than in his writing and earlier speeches.

It is to Radhakrishnan’s Indian —Philosophy and his translations and commentaries of the Upanishads and Gita that the interested Indian elite (e.g. Jawaharlal Nehru, Jayaprakash Narayan) turned in the intra-war period. From 1952 to 1967 when Radhakrishnan was in high offices of State, not only his writings attained greater vogue, but the media daily communicated to the Indian people what he was saying on things which mattered to them. During this period he travelled extensively all over the world receiving numerous honours and making impact on very important persons as well as on ordinary people. Academic Indian philosophy was more or less symbolised by him; by and large people considered that only what he wrote and said was Indian Philosophy. There were of course philosophers in universities, some in Indian and more in other countries, who did not think so. But India has not yet produced a University Professor of Philosophy who has exerted greater influence than him on its people.

Professor S.S. Rama Rao Pappu has been making an invaluable contribution to the promotion and propagation of Indian philosophy through his conferences at Miami University. The conference on Radhakrishnan organised by him, judging by the number and quality of its paticipants, is one of the most successful among them. This volume will bear permanent witness to this. I hope it will be read widely.

Preface

The essays included in this volume are revisions of papers originally presented in the Radhakrishnan Centennial Conference I Had organized at Miami University in April, 1988. Due to circumstances beyond my control, the publication of these "new essays" was delayed, but the delay did not fortunately make them "old." Only three papers in this volume were published in philosophy journals elsewhere. They are now reprinted in this volume. Unfortunately, however, three contributors to this volume, B. K Matilal, Troy Organ and Paul Arthur Schilpp did not live to see this volume in print. This volume is dedicated to the memory of these three scholars.

There are, it seems to me, four anthologies consisting of essays on Radhakrishnan, the earliest and the most erudite being Paul Schilpp’s Library of Living Philosophers’ volume on The Philosophy of Sarvepalli-Radhakvishnan published in 1952. The essays included in this volume are not merely a repetition of the old themes. They contain new perspectives on Radhakrishnan. It is the sign of a great philosopher that he is read and re-read, criticized and defended continuously. This continuous evaluation is a sign of vitality of a great philosopher, not an exercise in superfluity. That these essays are appearing almost fifty years after the publication of Paul Schilpp’s volume in the Library of Living Philosophers is an indication that Radhakrishnan’s volume philosophy is alive and thriving. Indian philosophers have lived in the shadow of Radhakrishnan during his life—time. Though recent trends in Indian philosophy seems to be a struggle to walk away from Radhakrishnan’s shadow, he has entered the Indian philosophic consciousness so deeply that it will take some time to be weaned away from Radhakrishnan’s influences. A review of the contents of the present volume will reveal that most of the contributors to the volume live in the West and are taking an "external" point of view on Radhakrishnan both in time and distance. This volume is also comprehensive in covering all important aspects of Radhakrishnan’s thought. Last but not least, these essays are also written as a tribute to a great philosopher on the centennial of his birth anniversary.

My work as Editor of this volume was made easier and enjoyable because of the help given by many friends, especially K. Satchidananda Murty for writing the Foreword to this volume, Purusottama Bilimoria, General Editor of the series, Naresh Gupta of the Indian Books Centre who has patiently waited for the manuscript to reach his hands and who has expeditiously printed it when it has reached him. My thanks are also due to Miami University for providing me a modest grant to organize the Radhakrishnan Conference and finally to my wife, Suryakantham, who knew the Radhakrishnan family since childhood and has provided me some missing biographical insights about Radhakrishnan.

Contents

Foreword vii
Preface ix
PART I
RADHAKRISHNAN : THE PERSON,
HIS WRITINGS AND IHS LEGACY
1Sarvepal1iRadhal Krishnan : The Philosophical Bridge between Orient and Occident/ Paul Arthur Schilpp 3
2 Radhakrishnan’s Lutheran Connection/ Visvaldis Klive 15
3 Perennial Issues in Radhakrishnan Scholarship/ Robert N. Minor 29
4 Remarks on Three Radhakrishnan Introductions/ Alex Wayman 43
5 Radhakrishnan and the Problems of Modernity in Indian Thought/ B.K. Matilal 55
6 Kavis or Rsis : The Legacy of Radhakrishnan and the Discipline of Hindu Studies/ Christopher Chapple 65
7 Radhakrishnan’s Contributions to Western Thought/ Troy Organ 75
8 Radhakrishnan’s Contributions to Philosophy/ Krishna Mallick 89
PART II
RADHAKRISHNAN AND RELIGIOUS PLURALISM
9 Radhakrishnan’s Conception of the Veda/ George Chemparathy 103
10 Radhakrishnan’s Approach to Yoga
S. Gopalan
129
11 Radhakrishnan and the Development of a Global Paradigm of Meaning/ David M. Brookman 143
12 Radhakrishnan and the Doctrine of Karma/ Narayan Champawaat 163
13 On Having More than One Home/Harry Buck 173
14 Radhakrishnan’s Approach to Religious Diversity/J.G. Arapura 187
15 Radhakrishnan as the Exponent of Advaita Vedanta on the question of Encounter of Religions/Anindita N Balslev 211
16 Radhakrishnan : The Prophet of the Religion of ‘The Spirit/Ishwar C. Harris 225
17 Radhakrishnan’s Eternal Religion (Santana Dharma)and the Religions/ Donald Tuck 245
18 Sarvepalli Radhakrishnan’s Use of Christian Scripture /Boyd Wilson 265
19 Radhakrishnan and Tolerance in Hinduism/ S. S. Rama Rao Pappu 299
20 Radhakrishnan’s Philosophy of Religion/ john M. Koller 309
PART III
RADHAKRISHNAN’S METAPHYSICAL QUEST
21 ‘Saving the Appearances in Plato’s Academy/ Purusottama Bilimoria 327
22 Radhakrishnan’s Pantheism : Internal Relations to God’s Mode of Being/Richard Stadeliman 345
23 Radhakrishnan’s Understanding of the Human Body/Carl Olson 367
24 The Perceptual, the Conceptual and the Spiritual 1 Radhakrishnan’s Metaphysical Quest/ K Sundaram 383
25 The Nature and Significance of Intuition/Hope K Fitz 393
26 The Individual and the Avatara in the Thought of Radhakrishnan/Judy Saltzman 405
27 The Third Sense of Idealism /Arindam Chakravarty 423
28 The Advaita of Sankara and Radhakrishnan/ Sakunthala Gangadharain 443
29 The Idealist Tradition 2 Radhakrishnan and Berkeley/B. David Burke 461
30 The Mystery. of Creation in the Thought of Radhakrishnan and Sri Aurobindo/Robert M. Kleinman 485
31 The Problem of Evil in Radhakrishnan and Aurobindo/ Kevin Sullivan 497
32 Radhakrishnan and Whitehead: Their Philosophic Methods from West-East Perspective/ Anil Sarkar 507
PART - IV
RADHAKRISHNAN, SOCIETY AND ART
33 Radhakrishnan on Man, God and the State / Anand Mohan 525
34 Radhakrishnan and Humanism/ Yeager Hudson 547
35 Perspectives on Social Philosophy : Radhakrishnan’s View / T. S. Devadoss 561
36 Radhakrishnan’s Philosophy of World Involvement/ Kaisa Puhakka 577
37 Radhakrishnan’s Philosophy of Art/ Fred G. Sturm 591
38 Radhakrishnan Religion and World Peace/ Jerald Richards 603

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Preface

The essays included in this volume are revised version of papers presented at the Radhakrishnan Centennial Conference held at Miami in April 1988. The essays included in this volume are not merely a repetition of the old themes. They contains new perspectives on Radhakrishnan. It is sign of a great philosopher that he is read and re-read, criticized and defended continuously. This volume is also comprehensive in dealing exhaustively all the important aspects of his thought. The volume contains essays by the following contributors : Paul Arthur Schilpp, Visvaldis V. Klive, Robert N. Minor, Alex A Wayman, B.K. Matilal, Christopher Chapple, Troy Organ, Krishna Mallick, George Chemparathy, S. Gopalan, David M. Brookman, Narayan Champawaat, Harry Buck, J.G. Arapura, Anindita N. Balslev, Ishwar C. Harris, Donald Tuck, Boyd Wilson, S.S,. Rama Rao Pappu, John M. Koller, Purusottama Bilimoria, Richard Stadelman, Carl Olson, K. Sundaram, Hope K. Fitz, Judy Saltzman, Arindarn Chakravarty, Sakuntala Gangadharam, B David Burke, Robert M. Kleinman, Kevin Sullivan, Anil Sarkar, Anand Mohan, Yeager Hodson, T.S. Devadoss, Kaisai Puhakka, Fred G'. Sturm, and Jerald Richards.

Professor S. S. Rama Rao Pappu is at the Department of Philosophy, Miami University, USA.

Foreword

This collection of new essays’ on Radhakrishnan’s personality and thinking is the most comprehensive to come out after the volume on his philosophy edited by P.A. Schilpp; This contains 38 essays dealing almost exhaustively with different aspects of his thought.

Till today Radhakrishnan is the only Indian philosopher who has expounded in English a particular type of idealism in a most charming and elegant manner. In its own way his idealism is an original development, under the influence of western philosophy, of what he takes to be the Upanishadic view. He contends that the highest value and the truly real are inseparable. The; Absolute is real, consciousness and freedom. Sometimes he substitutes "delight" or "spirit” for "freedom’. The real (he wrote) includes ideas and if these are interpreted as ideals or values, an idealist view of the universe results. Such a view, according to him, finds the universe to be meaningful I and life to be purposeful.

For years before he came to occupy high offices Radhakrishnan devoted himself to develope what he called a self-understanding of religion and a fitting of religious convictions with facts known, from empirical experience and science. He took this endeavour to be an exposition of and exhortation to spirituality. He believed that the fundamental spiritual conviction is “the consubstantiality of the spirit in man and God. He also phrased it thus: that which is in the very centre of man’s being is akin to the Supreme. He also spoke of the unity of the universe and its being essentially Spirit. He expressed these ideas beautifully and attractively. The papers in this book have evaluated his work in various ways.

Quite from an early age Radhakrishnan began concerning himself with civilizational, national, social, ethical and political issues. He read, thought and expressed views on them. As Vice- President and President of India he spoke often on democracy, secularism and other subjects. These later speeches of his are as important as what he wrote and spoke earlier; perhaps in these spontaneous outpourings there is more originality than in his writing and earlier speeches.

It is to Radhakrishnan’s Indian —Philosophy and his translations and commentaries of the Upanishads and Gita that the interested Indian elite (e.g. Jawaharlal Nehru, Jayaprakash Narayan) turned in the intra-war period. From 1952 to 1967 when Radhakrishnan was in high offices of State, not only his writings attained greater vogue, but the media daily communicated to the Indian people what he was saying on things which mattered to them. During this period he travelled extensively all over the world receiving numerous honours and making impact on very important persons as well as on ordinary people. Academic Indian philosophy was more or less symbolised by him; by and large people considered that only what he wrote and said was Indian Philosophy. There were of course philosophers in universities, some in Indian and more in other countries, who did not think so. But India has not yet produced a University Professor of Philosophy who has exerted greater influence than him on its people.

Professor S.S. Rama Rao Pappu has been making an invaluable contribution to the promotion and propagation of Indian philosophy through his conferences at Miami University. The conference on Radhakrishnan organised by him, judging by the number and quality of its paticipants, is one of the most successful among them. This volume will bear permanent witness to this. I hope it will be read widely.

Preface

The essays included in this volume are revisions of papers originally presented in the Radhakrishnan Centennial Conference I Had organized at Miami University in April, 1988. Due to circumstances beyond my control, the publication of these "new essays" was delayed, but the delay did not fortunately make them "old." Only three papers in this volume were published in philosophy journals elsewhere. They are now reprinted in this volume. Unfortunately, however, three contributors to this volume, B. K Matilal, Troy Organ and Paul Arthur Schilpp did not live to see this volume in print. This volume is dedicated to the memory of these three scholars.

There are, it seems to me, four anthologies consisting of essays on Radhakrishnan, the earliest and the most erudite being Paul Schilpp’s Library of Living Philosophers’ volume on The Philosophy of Sarvepalli-Radhakvishnan published in 1952. The essays included in this volume are not merely a repetition of the old themes. They contain new perspectives on Radhakrishnan. It is the sign of a great philosopher that he is read and re-read, criticized and defended continuously. This continuous evaluation is a sign of vitality of a great philosopher, not an exercise in superfluity. That these essays are appearing almost fifty years after the publication of Paul Schilpp’s volume in the Library of Living Philosophers is an indication that Radhakrishnan’s volume philosophy is alive and thriving. Indian philosophers have lived in the shadow of Radhakrishnan during his life—time. Though recent trends in Indian philosophy seems to be a struggle to walk away from Radhakrishnan’s shadow, he has entered the Indian philosophic consciousness so deeply that it will take some time to be weaned away from Radhakrishnan’s influences. A review of the contents of the present volume will reveal that most of the contributors to the volume live in the West and are taking an "external" point of view on Radhakrishnan both in time and distance. This volume is also comprehensive in covering all important aspects of Radhakrishnan’s thought. Last but not least, these essays are also written as a tribute to a great philosopher on the centennial of his birth anniversary.

My work as Editor of this volume was made easier and enjoyable because of the help given by many friends, especially K. Satchidananda Murty for writing the Foreword to this volume, Purusottama Bilimoria, General Editor of the series, Naresh Gupta of the Indian Books Centre who has patiently waited for the manuscript to reach his hands and who has expeditiously printed it when it has reached him. My thanks are also due to Miami University for providing me a modest grant to organize the Radhakrishnan Conference and finally to my wife, Suryakantham, who knew the Radhakrishnan family since childhood and has provided me some missing biographical insights about Radhakrishnan.

Contents

Foreword vii
Preface ix
PART I
RADHAKRISHNAN : THE PERSON,
HIS WRITINGS AND IHS LEGACY
1Sarvepal1iRadhal Krishnan : The Philosophical Bridge between Orient and Occident/ Paul Arthur Schilpp 3
2 Radhakrishnan’s Lutheran Connection/ Visvaldis Klive 15
3 Perennial Issues in Radhakrishnan Scholarship/ Robert N. Minor 29
4 Remarks on Three Radhakrishnan Introductions/ Alex Wayman 43
5 Radhakrishnan and the Problems of Modernity in Indian Thought/ B.K. Matilal 55
6 Kavis or Rsis : The Legacy of Radhakrishnan and the Discipline of Hindu Studies/ Christopher Chapple 65
7 Radhakrishnan’s Contributions to Western Thought/ Troy Organ 75
8 Radhakrishnan’s Contributions to Philosophy/ Krishna Mallick 89
PART II
RADHAKRISHNAN AND RELIGIOUS PLURALISM
9 Radhakrishnan’s Conception of the Veda/ George Chemparathy 103
10 Radhakrishnan’s Approach to Yoga
S. Gopalan
129
11 Radhakrishnan and the Development of a Global Paradigm of Meaning/ David M. Brookman 143
12 Radhakrishnan and the Doctrine of Karma/ Narayan Champawaat 163
13 On Having More than One Home/Harry Buck 173
14 Radhakrishnan’s Approach to Religious Diversity/J.G. Arapura 187
15 Radhakrishnan as the Exponent of Advaita Vedanta on the question of Encounter of Religions/Anindita N Balslev 211
16 Radhakrishnan : The Prophet of the Religion of ‘The Spirit/Ishwar C. Harris 225
17 Radhakrishnan’s Eternal Religion (Santana Dharma)and the Religions/ Donald Tuck 245
18 Sarvepalli Radhakrishnan’s Use of Christian Scripture /Boyd Wilson 265
19 Radhakrishnan and Tolerance in Hinduism/ S. S. Rama Rao Pappu 299
20 Radhakrishnan’s Philosophy of Religion/ john M. Koller 309
PART III
RADHAKRISHNAN’S METAPHYSICAL QUEST
21 ‘Saving the Appearances in Plato’s Academy/ Purusottama Bilimoria 327
22 Radhakrishnan’s Pantheism : Internal Relations to God’s Mode of Being/Richard Stadeliman 345
23 Radhakrishnan’s Understanding of the Human Body/Carl Olson 367
24 The Perceptual, the Conceptual and the Spiritual 1 Radhakrishnan’s Metaphysical Quest/ K Sundaram 383
25 The Nature and Significance of Intuition/Hope K Fitz 393
26 The Individual and the Avatara in the Thought of Radhakrishnan/Judy Saltzman 405
27 The Third Sense of Idealism /Arindam Chakravarty 423
28 The Advaita of Sankara and Radhakrishnan/ Sakunthala Gangadharain 443
29 The Idealist Tradition 2 Radhakrishnan and Berkeley/B. David Burke 461
30 The Mystery. of Creation in the Thought of Radhakrishnan and Sri Aurobindo/Robert M. Kleinman 485
31 The Problem of Evil in Radhakrishnan and Aurobindo/ Kevin Sullivan 497
32 Radhakrishnan and Whitehead: Their Philosophic Methods from West-East Perspective/ Anil Sarkar 507
PART - IV
RADHAKRISHNAN, SOCIETY AND ART
33 Radhakrishnan on Man, God and the State / Anand Mohan 525
34 Radhakrishnan and Humanism/ Yeager Hudson 547
35 Perspectives on Social Philosophy : Radhakrishnan’s View / T. S. Devadoss 561
36 Radhakrishnan’s Philosophy of World Involvement/ Kaisa Puhakka 577
37 Radhakrishnan’s Philosophy of Art/ Fred G. Sturm 591
38 Radhakrishnan Religion and World Peace/ Jerald Richards 603
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