5 edition of conception of punishment in early Indian literature found in the catalog.
by Published for the Canadian Corporation for Studies in Religion by Wilfrid Laurier University Press, Distributed by Humanities Press in Waterloo, Ont, Atlantic Highlands, N.J
Written in English
|Statement||Terence P. Day.|
|Series||Editions SR/2, Editions SR ;, 2.|
|LC Classifications||HV8687 .D39 1982|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||328 p. ;|
|Number of Pages||328|
|LC Control Number||82180690|
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Early textual source of the vast body of Dharmasastra literature of India on religion, law, and morality contain numerous statements that present or imply an undefined conception of punishment. Yet nowhere is this conception formally defined, as if knowledge of its nature and structure were generally known.
Punishment in Early Indian Literatura would hardly be feasible. But there is rationality in the idea that sins as spiritual acts against God or in violation of His laws are properly retributed in a spiri-tual sphere or plañe of existence, while moral wrongs which have harraed fellow-beings are appropriately retributed on the earthly : TerenceDay.
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Conception of punishment in early Indian literature. Waterloo, Ont.: Published for the Canadian Corporation for Studies in Religion by Wilfrid Laurier University Press ; Atlantic Highlands, N.J.: Distributed by Humanities Press, © (OCoLC) Document Type: Book: All Authors / Contributors: Terence P Day.
The Conception of Punishment in Early Indian Literature. [Terence Day] LIST OF ABBREVIATIONS -- INTRODUCTION: LITERARY SOURCES OF THE INDIAN CONCEPTION OF PUNISHMENT -- PART I. METAPHYSICAL FOUNDATIONS OF THE INDIAN CONCEPTION OF PUNISHMENT -- Chapter 1. The Concept of Rightness -- A.
Rta -- B. Agents of Rta -- C. BOOK REVIEWS DAY, Terrence P., The Conception of Punishment in Early Indian Literature - Ontario, Wilfrid Laurier University Press,p.
According to Manu (VIII ) a thief who approaches the king, confesses his crime, and voluntarily submits to punishment is instantly rid of his guilt. Whether the king bludgeons him or not, the thief need no longer worry about the. Day, Terence P.
(), The Conception of Punishment in Early Indian Literature, Ontario: Wilfrid Laurier University Press, ISBN Goetz, Hermann (), The art of India: five thousand years of Indian art, Crown.
Series: Editions SR Early textual source of the vast body of Dharmasastra literature of India on religion, law, and morality contain numerous statements that present or imply an undefined conception of punishment. The Conception of Punishment in Early Indian Literature.
Ontario: Wilfrid Laurier University Press. Ontario: Wilfrid Laurier University Press. ISBN Hindu law, as a historical term, refers to the code of laws applied to Hindus, Buddhists, Jains and Sikhs in British India.
Hindu law, in modern scholarship, also refers to the legal theory, jurisprudence and philosophical reflections on the nature of law discovered in ancient and medieval era Indian texts.
It is one of the oldest known jurisprudence theories in the world. Early textual source of the vast body of Dharmasastra literature of India on religion, law, and morality contain numerous statements that present or imply an undefined conception of punishment.
Yet nowhere is this conception formally defined, as if knowledge of its nature and structure were generally known. In this “first-ever” attempt to provide a definition of the Author: Terence Day.
Paper Contemporary Indian Writing in English-I Unit- 1. Beginnings, Early twentieth century and Post-Independence period 1. Beginnings of Indian Literature i. Medieval India Themes ii. Traditional Material iii. The Tamil Tradition iv. Linguistic and Cultural Influences v.
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Medieval Indian Literature. With the exception of south India where Tamil literature has been produced from the ancient times, medieval Indian literature remained strongly influenced by the Sanskrit literature. However, literary works that were created between the 11th and early 19th century also reveal a major influence of Buddhist and Jain works.
Sanatana Dharma: an advanced text book of Hindu religion and Ethics. Central Hindu College, Benaras. Day, Terence P. (), The Conception of Punishment in Early Indian Literature, Ontario: Wilfrid Laurier University Press, ISBN. This Study Is An Attempt To Focus Attention On That Aspect Of Society Which Arises Out Of Disobedience Of Established Norms And Rules Invoking Widespread Moral Indignation, Strain, Stress And Tension That Calls For Deterrents.
Geographically The Study Is Chiefly Confined To Northern India While The Main Emphasis Is On A Specified Time Period Of History/5(2). Literature in Medieval Period. In the early medieval period in northern India, Sanskrit continued to be the language of literature.
This is the period of the works of two writers in Kashmir-Somadeva’s Katha-sarit –sagar and Kalhana’s ringini is a work of great importance as this is first historical work in India. The Greek conception of justice in the Axial Age begins with the epic poems of Homer and Hesiod.
A just person in the Greek Axial Age would be someone with respect for what the values, customs and traditions which the society considered the rights of others.
The Conception of Punishment in Early Indian Literature. Ontario: Wilfred Laurier Author: Abbas Mirakhor, Hossein Askari. Indian writing in English has a relatively short but highly charged history. InSake Dean Mahomed wrote perhaps the first book by an Indian in English, called The Travels of Dean on: Kasturi Building, Anna Salai,Mount Road, Chennai,Tamil Nadu.
Purposes of punishment contd. •Preventive – to prevent the offender from offending again in future by disabling him. •Reformative – to reform the offender and by giving some vocational training in art, craft or industry, enabling him to lead a good life and become a respectable citizen of society after Size: KB.5 The History of Punishment in China Overview of Structural Features Historical Context for Sanctions The Feudal Tradition up to the Late Qing Dynasty Economic Punishment, Incapacitative Punishment, Corporal Punishment, Nineteenth Century and Early Twentieth Century (s to the s) Economic Sanctions, File Size: KB.I don’t know if someone has already mentioned it or not but this is what happened to me in 9th class.
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