Autor: Fernando Tola
The philosophical systems of India are constructed in function of several fundamental principles. If these principles do not exist, these systems could not logically maintain themselves. We could say that these principles are, in relation to the philosophical systems which they sustain, similar to the postulates and common notions upon which the classical geometry is built up.
Tola, F. (1985). “Fundamental Principles of Indian Philosophy”. En: R. N. Dendekar y P. D. Navarthe (Ed.) Proceedings of the Fifth World Sanskrit Conference, pp. 680- 688. October 21-26, Varanasi, India.