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Chapter-1:

Jain Theory of Knowledge and Cognitive Science: An Interdisciplinary Approach

01-32

 

1.0    Introduction

 

 

1.1    Jain Theory of Knowledge

 

 

1.2      Cognitive Science

 

 

1.3      Neuroscience

 

 

1.4      Jain Theory of Knowledge and Neuroscience

 

Section-I :

Sensory Information Processing

 

Chapter-2:

Sensation, Perception and Neuroscience

33-62

 

2.0       Introduction

 

 

2.1       Concept of Sense organs in Biology and Jainism

 

 

2.2       Derivative Meaning of Indriya

 

 

2.3       Types of Sense organs and its Further Classes

 

 

2.4       Sequence of the Attainment of the Senses

 

 

2.5       Nature of Senses Explained in Neuroscience and Jainism

 

 

A.   Sense of vision

 

 

B.    Sense of hearing

 

 

C.    Sense of taste

 

 

D.   Sense of smell

 

 

E.    Sense of touch

 

 

2.6 Concept of Mind

 

Chapter-3:

Information Processing

63-94

 

3.0      Information Processing - An Introduction

 

 

3.1      Information Processing in Jainism

 

 

3.2      Jain Model of Information Processing

 

 

3.3      Sensation and Stage of Sensory Registration

 

 

3.4      Speculation and Stage of Object Analysis

 

 

3.5      Perceptual Judgment and Stage of Object Determination

 

 

3.6      Retention

 

 

3.7      Memory and Science behind it

 

 

3.8      Recognition and its Corresponding Brain Area

 

 

3.9      Inductive Reasoning and Western Logic

 

 

3.10      Inference

 

Chapter-4:

Intelligence and Artificial Intelligence

95-106

 

4.0       Intelligence - An Introduction

 

 

4.1       Intelligence in Jainism

 

 

4.2       Four Kinds of Aśrutaniśñta Perceptual Knowledge

 

 

4.3       Other Kinds of Information Processing

 

 

4.4       Artificial Intelligence

 

 

4.5       Artificial Intelligence and Jain Theory of Knowledge

 

Chapter-5:

Expression Processing

107-118

 

5.0      Verbal Knowledge (Expression Processing) -An Introduction

 

 

5.1      Process of Expression or Verbal Cognition

 

 

5.2      Types of Verbal Knowledge

 

 

5.3      Philosophy of Language, East, West and Jainism

 

Section-II:

Extra Sensory Perception

 

Chapter-6:

Clairvoyance: An Interdisciplinary Analysis

119-134

 

6.0      Introduction to Clairvoyance

 

 

6.1      Clairvoyance and Extra Sensory Perception

 

 

6.2      Clairvoyance and Endocrinology

 

 

6.3      Clairvoyance and Psychic Centers and Chakras

 

 

6.4      Clairvoyance and Computer Knowledge

 

Chapter-7:

Mind Reading Simulation, Science and Extra Sensory Perception

135-150

 

7.0       Introduction to Mind Reading

 

 

7.1       Mind Reading in Cognitive Psychology

 

 

7.2       Mind Reading through Modern Technology

 

 

7.3       Mind Reading through Jain Spiritual Methodology

 

Chapter-8:

Omniscience and Spiritual Development

151-166

 

8.0       Omniscience: An Introduction

 

 

8.1       Karma and Omniscience

 

 

8.2       Emotinal Development and Spiritual Devlopment

 

 

8.3       Spiritual Development and Omniscience

 

 

8.4       Relationship between Emotional, Spiritual and Cognitive Development

 

Chapter-9:

Conclusion

167-177

Bibliography


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Title: Jain Theory of Knowledge and Cognitive Science
Author:
Dr: Samani Chaitya Prajna
Publisher: Jain Vishva Bharati University, Ladnun, Rajasthan, India
Edition: 2012

 


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02.08.2017:

1 ►An Interdisciplinary Approach

1.0 Introduction
1.1 Jain Theory of Knowledge

Definition of Knowledge
Classification of Knowledge

1.2 Cognitive Science and its Interdisciplinary Approach
1.3 Neuroscience
1.4 Jain Theory of Knowledge and Neuroscience


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2 ►Sensation, Perception and Neuroscience

2.0 Introduction
2.1 Concept of Sense Organs in Biology and Jainism
2.2. Derivative Meaning of Indriya
2.3 Types of Sense Organs and its Further Classes
2.4 Nature of Senses Explained in Biology and Jainism

Organic Structures
Jain Classifications of the Senses
Classification of the Senses in Jainism vs. Biology
Sequence of the Attainment of the Senses

2.5 Nature of Senses Explained in Biology and Jainism

A. Sense of Vision
B. Sense of Hearing
C. Sense of Taste
D. Sense of Smell
E. Sense Of Touch
Can Sense Organs Function as Any Other Sense Organ?

2.6 Concept of Mind (mana) - The quasi-sense


16.08.2017

3 ►Information Processing

3.0 Introduction
3.1 Information Processing in Jainism
3.2 Jain Model of Information Processing
3.3 Sensation and Stage of Sensory Registration
3.4 Speculation and Stage of Object Analysis
3.5 Perceptual Judgment and Stage of Object Determination
3.6 Retention
3.7 Memory and Science behind it
3.8 Recognition and its Corresponding Brain Area
3.9 Inductive Reasoning and Western Logic
3.10. Inference